Recent Reports

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Uganda

Progress of John Ochwo Martin after RMF-Sponsored Heart Surgery

January 17, 2018 - 
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Uganda

Participating in Mass Polio Campaign: Q3 2017

January 01, 2018 - 

During this reporting period RMF:

  • 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.
  • Delivered mass polio immunization services to the refugee and host communities during community integrated outreaches.
  • Recruited additional staff members (both medical and non-medical) for health implementation in Zone 3, which was handed over to RMF in July 2017. Over 172 staff members were recruited and have started working.
  • Throughout the reporting period, RMF purchased medicines to treat patients and laboratory supplies to test for diseases. Medicines and...
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Uganda

Remembering Caroline Tukugize, Late RMF Program Officer

December 06, 2017 - 
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Uganda

Students Participate in Inter-House Competition: Q3 2017

December 01, 2017 - 
  • Paid teachers’ salaries and support staff’s wages promptly, which is one of the reasons World Children’s Fund Mama Kevina Secondary School has been able to maintain highly motivated teachers and staff.
  • Paid the school’s utility bills, mainly electricity.
  • Provided more laboratory reagents to support the science department.
  • All subjects, as outlined by the Ministry of Education, are being taught. These include mathematics, physics, agriculture, chemistry, English language and literature, geography, history, commerce, accounting, information technology, Christian religious education, and fine arts. The school employs teachers for all these subjects, making their expertise available to students.
  • Teaching and...
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Uganda

Health Implementation of Zone 3 Handed Over to RMF: June - July 2017

October 26, 2017 - 

During this reporting period RMF:

  • 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.
  • RMF provided a constant flow of cleaning supplies, which enabled our diligent sanitary team to keep health facilities clean.
  • Treatment was provided to all patients that came to the health facilities. Patients with conditions that could not be handled at the health...
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Uganda

Dr. Martina Fuchs Visits Buwate Sports Academy: Q2 2017

September 25, 2017 - 
  • School fees were paid for all children sponsored by RMF/MTCF.
  • Buwate Sports Academy hosted RMF Founder and CEO Dr. Martina Fuchs.
  • Wages for Buwate Sports Academy staff were paid promptly, which helps keep the team’s morale high.
  • Holiday programs were organized for the children, including events for the under-9, the above-10, and the above-12 categories. The special sports events kept children engaged throughout the holidays.
  • Food and charcoal were purchased so that we could provide the children with a meal during training sessions and away games. Buwate Sports Academy was also able to pay its utility bills.
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RMF Founder and CEO Dr. Martina Fuchs Visits Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement: Q2 2017

September 13, 2017 - 

During this reporting period:

  • 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, which enabled the team to keep the health centers clean and neat.
  • Continuous medical education (CMEs) were fully carried out during the quarter, so that team members keep sharing and increasing their knowledge.
  • All patients that came to the health facilities received treatment, and those whose conditions were beyond the capacity of the health facilities were referred accordingly.
  • Integrated services that benefit both refugees and the...
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Uganda

Young Heart Patient Recovering from Successful Surgery

August 24, 2017 - 
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Dr. Martina Fuchs Attends Inauguration Ceremony of Completed Construction Projects: October 2017

August 23, 2017 - 

The lack of a Minor Operating Theatre and sufficient space for the Maternity ward have been among the challenges affecting service delivery at Panyadoli Health Centre III in Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement, Uganda. Addressing these two challenges was also the first request that the refugee community presented to Real Medicine Foundation (RMF) when we began our work in the settlement in 2008.

Since then, RMF has continued to expand our programs and search for funding for this construction project, and thanks to generous support from LDS Charities, RMF has been able to fulfill the community’s request. Construction of...

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Uganda

Helping Create a Positive Attitude Towards Education: Q2 2017

August 20, 2017 - 
  • 167 candidates have been registered for the national examinations that will be conducted in October, November, and December 2017.
  • New, experienced teachers were recruited during the reporting period.
  • Materials were purchased for the art class, including cardboard, seeds of different grains, varnish, erasers, etc.
  • Paid teachers’ salaries and support staff’s wages promptly.
  • Paid the school’s utility bills, mainly electricity.
  • Provided more laboratory reagents to support the science department.
  • All subjects, as outlined by the Ministry of Education, are being taught. These include mathematics, physics, agriculture, chemistry, English language and literature, geography, history, commerce, accounting, Christian religious education, and fine...
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