The Panyadoli Health Center, located at the Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement in Bweyale, Uganda, provides healthcare services to over 30,000 in the region including 16,000 refugees, comprised of Ugandan IDP’s and Kenyan and Sudanese Refugees, and the greater community of Bweyale with an estimated population of 15,000.
When the Kenyan refugees arrived at the Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement in 2008, there was very little support in terms of school fees for their children and there was no provision for a nursery school at the settlement.
The Mama Kevina School is both an orphanage and a boarding school that provides education and care for orphans in Eastern Uganda. The boarding school caters to both orphans and some local paying students and is located just a few kilometers outside of the town of Tororo in Eastern Uganda, about 200 kilometers from the capital, Kampala.
LIBERATING HUMAN POTENTIAL
Real Medicine Foundation provides humanitarian support to people living in disaster and poverty stricken areas, focusing on the person as a whole by providing medical/physical, emotional, social, and economic support.
We provide immediate disaster and crisis relief where there is need.
We save lives and restore a foundation of dignity amidst devastation and extreme poverty.
We listen, learn, and support the long term whole health of communities most in need, and commit to projects where we will make lasting change.
We believe in the human ability to transform — that the people in developing and disaster stricken areas are most capable of creating solutions to their unique challenges.
We employ, train and educate locals, producing innovative solutions and strong communities that sustain and grow health care capacity, enlisting cutting edge technology and modern best practices.
We ignite the potential of the people we are supporting — turning aid into empowerment and victims into leaders.
Our goals are always to save lives, and liberate the creative capacity of the communities we help.