Meet Our Fellows

Creating the next generation of community leaders.

“My name is Agnes Tumusiime. I’m a Rose Uganda Fellow and am anxious to learn more about our educational programs so I can teach others how to live a healthy life.”

“My name is Sarah Naturinda and I’m a Rose Uganda Fellow. I am passionate about improving the lives of others by engaging in
community education programs.”

“My name is Brenda Kifuko.
I am Hard of Hearing and
a proud Fellow in Rose
Uganda Fellowship Program.
I have a university degree
in guidance & counseling
and am anxious to use my
skills to help save lives.”

“My name is Reagan Muhame and I’m a Rose Uganda Fellow. I am a self-driven and dedicated health care provider. I am committed to providing healthcare knowledge to rural women so that they will know how to best care for their children.”

“My name is Kasule Muhammed and a proud Rose Uganda Fellow. I firmly believe that education is the way to develop self-esteem. I am also a rapper and use my artistic skills to bring life to my stories.”

“My name is Jamidah Tamusuza and a proud Rose Uganda Fellow. I am an experienced researcher and plan to utilize my analytical skills in program development.”

“My name is Mastulah Nalubwama and a proud Rose Uganda Project Leader for Wakiso District. I am responsible for overseeing our work in the clinics as we teach young mothers how to care for their newborns.”

“My name is Yusuf Kayanja and I’m a proud fellow of Rose Uganda Fellowship Program. I am interested in learning more about research and am committed to bringing healthcare information to the rural community members.”

“My name is Haidar Luboobi and I am a Nutritionist by Profession. I am working with Rose Uganda Fellowship Program to bring in good nutritional guidance for young women so that we can reduce stunting of growth and malnutrition of newborns.”

“My name is Jairus Wanyera and am the Program Leader of the Rose Uganda Chapter of PWDs. As a disabled individual, I am passionate about advocacy for persons with disabilities and look forward to developing an awareness program that emphasizes the challenges faced by the disabled population.”

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