Satisfaction Guaranteed! After more than a year of isolation and social distancing, we are excited to welcome you to our BBQ Fundraiser as we celebrate our 7 year birthday at our corporate office in Santa Clara. You will be treated to a delicious BBQ luncheon provided by Smokin’ Joe’s BQ, featuring all your favorites, including: Beef Tritip, Pork Ribs, Chicken, Vegetarian Entrees and more! And That’s Just The Beginning! After enjoying a delicious lunch, you […]
#RecoveredHealthyAndProud Music and the arts bring an awareness campaign to life. Introducing our newest chapter: Rose Uganda Creative Arts Team (RUCAT) is comprised of artisans with a diversity of creative skills. Their awareness campaign will tackle the increasing use of alcohol and drugs with their talents in music, dance and the arts. Stay tuned as their campaign develops and follow us on your favorite social media channel.
Revolutionary approach to healthcare education is set to tackle high infant mortality rates. Wakiso, Uganda, August 20, 2020: Rose Academies – Uganda announced the launch of a unique fellowship program that will bring healthcare education using state-of-the-art technology into rural communities that lack internet access. Every year millions of infants die before they reach 28 days of life, primarily from preventable causes. Rose Uganda Fellowship Program was specifically developed to address this and other […]
A revolutionary and comprehensive neonatal healthcare program is saving lives. Kanungu, Uganda, September 14, 2020: Rose Academies – Uganda today announced the signing of an agreement with the District Health Offices in Kanungu to provide pregnant women and new mothers with our comprehensive healthcare program. Our objectives are to reduce the high number of neonatal deaths that are currently taking a Ugandan infant’s life every 16 minutes. These innocent children’s lives can be saved by […]
Meet Nairah. She is a 25 year old single mother of a 2 year old little boy. She was married previously to an abusive man who denied her the opportunity to continue her education after form 6 despite having earned a scholarship that would pay for her classes. She earns a meager income by selling fried potato chips on the roadside to care for her child and herself. Nairah is one of the women taking […]