Teaching about Neonatal Health

A Unique Fellowship Program

Every year, millions of infants will die from preventable deaths. Young girls are becoming mothers before they have learned how to care for themselves much less a newborn.

To address this situation, we developed a unique fellowship where we are training young adults to be educators, researchers, and providers of healthcare knowledge into remote rural communities of Uganda.

We believe in Inclusion

Our fellows come from diversified backgrounds and capabilities. We are honored to welcome University graduates from Uganda Federation of the Hard of Hearing that will be working in the Wakiso region.

In Kanungu, we have our fellows that speak the native dialect of Raciga. And, in Buikwe, we are fortunate to have the support of multiple clinics that are in need of educational materials for the village women.

In Kanungu, we have our fellows that speak the native dialect of Raciga. And, in Buikwe, we are fortunate to have the support of multiple clinics that are in need of educational materials for the village women.

Our sponsorship program gives you the opportunity to be involved in a big way. Your sponsorship will not only provide career skills for young adults, but you will be a part of saving infants lives throughout the Southern regions of Uganda.

As we are a 501(c)3 charitable organization, all sponsorship programs are tax deductible. FEIN 47-1655454.

Join us today and let’s start saving lives!

The Legacy Program will sponsor 5 Rose Uganda Fellows that have joined our Rose Uganda Fellowship Program. This is a 6 month program that gives young adults the opportunity to learn how to be an educator using our healthcare application programs that run on an Android tablet. During their 6 month fellowship, they will work in a number of remote villages, teaching about neonatal health, reproductive health, family planning, and nutrition.

This is a unique opportunity that is giving career skills while teaching young mothers healthy practices so that their infants will live beyond 28 days of life.

The Platinum Program sponsors 3 Rose Uganda Fellows that will be teaching about neonatal and reproductive health, family planning and nutrition to young rural mothers.

Your support will provide us with the funds to bring our neonatal trainings into at least 2 villages, serving over 100 women. Our fellows will teach the young mothers how to safely care for their infants so they will grow big and strong by having proper nutrition for both mother and baby.

The Gold Program sponsors 1 Rose Uganda Fellow for our 6 month program. Each fellow is responsible for a number of villages and assuring that young mothers are kept up to date on appointments during pregnancy and after delivery, vaccinations of their infants and addressing any concerns they might have regarding health practices.

Our nutrition program is comprehensive of food safety so that families will prepare their food safely to prevent diarrheal disease and food poisoning. Your support will empower multiple families to live healthier lives.

The Silver Program supplies funds for our workshop training how to make reusable pads. This particular workshop is a sustainable solution that addresses the problem of handling one’s menses for the impoverished young woman that is unable to afford disposable pads.

Since 2014, we have been teaching 1,000’s of women and youth how to make reusable pads so that girls will stay in school and mothers can menstruate with dignity.

The Bronze Program allows us to supply young mothers with instruction and guides to proper nutrition. Too many infants are stunted in growth due to faulty diets that lack proper nutrition. We have our nutrition guide based upon World Health Organization and USAID’s recommendations for healthy living.

The Copper Program is another way you can support us. Each of our programs are equally important but can be costly. Your sponsorship for this and any of our programs is greatly appreciate.

#SavingLives #EmpoweringWithKnowledge

Thank you for participating in our Rose Uganda Sponsorship Program.

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