Rose Academies Launches Fellowship Program for Ugandan Youth

Rose Academies Launches Fellowship Program for Ugandan Youth

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 […]

Saving Lives with Education

Saving Lives with Education

Rose Uganda Fellows are set to help curb the increasing number of infants’ deaths with our revolutionary and comprehensive neonatal healthcare program. 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 […]

A new beginning

A new beginning

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 […]