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.
Children are dying for lack of healthcare knowledge Over 2.9 million Sub Saharan children die every year before they reach the age of 5. Thirty-six percent of those deaths were a result of pneumonia, malaria and diarrhea which could have been prevented. Most rural villagers have little or no education, are illiterate and have limited knowledge about diseases. Based upon our success with Hedhi Help, we chose to implement the same approach in creating disease […]