Newly released: A Rose Uganda documentary that features the shocking truths about non-communicable diseases and how they are taking the lives of a much younger population. We approach healthcare challenges differently – and that’s a good thing! Our Rose Uganda Creative Arts Team (RUCAT) is tackling the growing crisis of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in a big way with their talents in music, dance and the arts. NCDs are responsible for 36% of all deaths in […]
Meet our dynamic Rose Uganda Team Members These young adults are doing amazing work to save lives in rural Uganda, despite the ongoing pandemic COVID-19. Their efforts in teaching mothers how to feed and care for their infants, showing persons with disabilities how to improve nutrition by fortifying porridge, and holding interactive and engaging workshops are changing the way we teach healthcare to Uganda’s rural poor.
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 […]