Recent Reports

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Uganda

Demonstration Gardens Empower Community to Prevent Malnutrition: Q1 2018

July 24, 2018 - 
  • RMF procured and delivered sufficient medications and medical supplies to the Panyadoli Health Centres. These were delivered on time throughout the reporting quarter.
  • RMF procured and delivered sufficient cleaning supplies and tools, maintaining a highly motivated, well-equipped team of cleaners who continued to keep the health centers clean and neat.
  • Provided sufficient laboratory supplies so that patients requiring laboratory services are tested accordingly.
  • Intensified follow-up for 35 TB patients who had defaulted during treatment. 6 were located, and their treatment was reinstated.
  • Recruited new staff members to assist in the new Operating Theatre, Dental department, and Maternity ward. These...
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Uganda

Consistent Meals Draw More Students to School: Q1 2018

July 18, 2018 - 
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Uganda

Special Training Conducted by Soccer Expert: Q1 2018

July 18, 2018 - 
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Uganda

79 Students Face the DIT Exams with Confidence: Q1 2018

July 18, 2018 - 

We continue to provide financial support and guidance for the four departments at RMF’s Panyadoli Vocational Training Institute (PVTI). During this reporting period, the following accomplishments were achieved:

  • The PVTI team conducted interviews to select candidates for the 14th intake, January–March 2018. 381 applicants expressed interest in joining the vocational training program. After the interview process and considering the institute’s financial capacity, 88 trainees were accepted.
  • Of the 88 trainees accepted for the intake, 80 continued with their training and were registered for the Directorate of Industrial Training (DIT) examinations, which took place on April 25...
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Uganda

10,083 Current Students Supported: Q1 2018

July 16, 2018 - 
School Support

Currently, a total of 10,083 students are supported by RMF/WCF funding in nursery, primary, and secondary schools, including South Sudanese, Kenyan, Rwandan, Burundian, Ugandan IDP, and Congolese children/students. School fees for all RMF-sponsored students were paid at the beginning of the reporting period:

  • Beth Cole Nursery School: 1,238 children supported
  • Arnold Nursery School: 985 children supported
  • Can Rom Primary School: 3,687 pupils supported
  • Arnold Primary School: 2,987 pupils supported
  • Panyadoli Self Help Secondary School: 1,186 students supported
Medicine and Human Resources Support
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Uganda

Holiday Sports Programs Held for Academy Children: Q1 2018

July 07, 2018 - 
  • Scholastic materials were distributed to all Buwate Sports Academy children going back to school after the long holiday, enabling them to study without interruption.
  • Buwate Sports Academy has greatly impacted the lives of its vocational trainees by contributing funds and purchasing some sewing machines, which enables those students who have finished all levels of their training to start up their own business and generate a daily income.
  • The tailoring department continued to register progress by winning contracts from neighboring schools. Tailoring trainees make school uniforms such as sportswear, skirts, dresses, and shirts, as well as school bags and...
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Uganda

A New School Year: Q1 2018

July 04, 2018 - 
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Uganda

Widespread Medical Needs Addressed in Bidibidi Refugee Settlement: Q1 2018

July 01, 2018 - 

The Bidibidi Refugee Settlement, opened in early August 2016 and still being built from the ground up, is now filled to capacity and has been closed to new arrivals, except for reuniting family members. The main objective of the Bidibidi Refugee Settlement is to assist refugee and host populations by treating the most prevalent health conditions. Special attention is to be given to malaria and malnutrition at more than 30 health centers and through community outreaches in Bidibidi Refugee Settlement.

RMF has provided many services and met many healthcare needs. The following activities have taken place at the Bidibidi Refugee...

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Uganda

Malaria Prevention & Treatment: April 14, 2018

April 28, 2018 - 
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Uganda

Promoting Behavior Change Towards HIV/AIDS: Q4 2017

March 25, 2018 - 
  • Continued to provide high-quality health services to persons of concern through the Outpatient department, Inpatient department, inpatient therapeutic care, outpatient therapeutic care, community outreaches, and referral services.
  • Throughout the reporting period, RMF purchased medicines to treat patients and laboratory supplies to test for diseases. Medicines and testing helped save lives.
  • Food supplements were procured to support the nutrition program.
  • During the reporting period, RMF purchased other hospital supplies to support the program, including furniture and waste receptacles.
  • RMF provided a constant flow of cleaning supplies, which enabled our diligent sanitary team to keep health facilities clean. The cleanliness of...
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