Recent Reports

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Uganda

Committed to Quality Care Amid Influx of Refugees: Year-End Report 2016

March 13, 2017 - 

RMF signed a tripartite agreement with UNHCR and the Government of Uganda to implement a health project for a period of 12 months in Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement. The health project aimed at providing primary health care support to South Sudanese refugees and asylum seekers in Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement.

As of January 2016, a total of 45,256 refugees had been registered by the OPM in Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement. However, fresh fighting began between South Sudanese forces supporting Dr. Riek Machar and those of President Salva Kiir in July 2016, and the conflict led to the displacement of South Sudanese communities to...

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Uganda

Children Win First Place in Soccer Gala: Q4 2016

February 21, 2017 - 
  • The funding from RMF/MTCF enabled Buwate Sports Academy to purchase and distribute scholastic materials to orphans and vulnerable children.
  • Wages for Buwate Sports Academy’s staff were paid in a timely manner, which helped keep the team motivated.
  • Buwate Sports Academy organized holiday programs for the children, including the under-9, the above-10, and the above-12 children.
  • Purchased more essential sports equipment for Buwate Sports Academy, including balls, uniforms, socks, and training jerseys. All this was possible because of the funding from RMF/MTCF.
  • Purchased food and charcoal so that we could provide the children with a...
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Uganda

Roofing Completed on Maternity Ward Expansion and Minor Theatre: December 2016 - February 2017

February 21, 2017 - 
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Uganda

National Examinations Are Completed: Q4 2016

February 18, 2017 - 

Teaching and learning continued throughout this reporting period without interruption, and necessary teaching aids were purchased in a timely manner. Teaching aids included chalk, stationery, and books.

RMF/WCF also paid teachers’ salaries and support staff’s wages promptly, paid the school’s utility bills, mainly electricity, and purchased supplies like medicines and food.

Construction of a wall around the school grounds was begun in order to improve security and keep students safe. Staff beautified and maintained the school by painting windows and walls.

Students in the candidate classes were fully prepared to sit for national examinations. The results are expected...

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Uganda

Full Capacity of Settlement Reached: January 2017

February 17, 2017 - 
  • Continued to provide high-quality health services and health outreach in Bidibidi Refugee Settlement.
  • Procured and transported medicine, as well as medical, laboratory, and cleaning supplies for the health centers in Bidibidi Refugee Settlement.
  • Procured and transported hospital equipment, namely beds, delivery beds, and drip stands.
  • Recruited additional medical and non-medical staff to support and expand the program.
  • Inducted and oriented new staff members and deployed them to begin work.
  • Recruited and trained Village Health Teams (VHTs) and commissioned them to start work in their respective communities.
  • Procured computers and furniture, as well as uniforms for guards and cleaners.
  • Paid salaries...
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Uganda

RMF Uganda Representatives Attend IGAD Consultative Meeting: January 14, 2017

January 14, 2017 - 
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Uganda

Top US Diplomat Commends RMF’s Work in Bidibidi Refugee Settlement - January 6, 2017

January 06, 2017 - 
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Uganda

Two New Ambulances to Aid in Emergencies: December 21st Progress Report

December 21, 2016 - 
Background

Bidibidi Refugee Settlement is a newly established settlement in Yumbe district, West Nile region, Uganda. Since its opening in August 2016, Bidibidi Refugee Settlement has become one of the largest refugee camps in the world, hosting more than 250,000 refugees, most of whom have recently fled the violence and instability in South Sudan. The settlement is managed by the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) and UNHCR, and partner organizations implement activities on behalf of the OPM and UNHCR. As UNHCR Health Implementing Partner, RMF takes the lead in primary health care, nutrition, and reproductive...

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Uganda

Second Construction Report: Maternity Ward Expansion and Minor Theatre Construction

December 20, 2016 - 
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Uganda

First Construction Report: Increasing Infrastructure at Panyadoli Health Centre III

November 04, 2016 - 
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