Q4/2011: Mama Kevina School Progress Report
March 7, 2012
Naku Charles Lwanga and Jonathan White
- Supply the students of Mama Kevina Comprehensive Secondary School with food supplies and support the local youths in the surrounding slums, as well as the general population of Tororo.
- Support Mama Kevina with medicine so that the school nurse can treat the children within school premises.
- Alleviate post-traumatic stress for the students at Mama Kevina Comprehensive Secondary School, local youth in the surrounding slums, as well as the general population of Tororo.
- Decrease cases of malaria among school staff and students.
- Support John Ochwo with medicines, medical supplies and medical consultation at Mulago National Referral Hospital in Kampala for heart disease before taken to India for heart surgery and after return to Uganda.
- Support Mama Kevina Comprehensive School with food supply for the students.
Summary of RMF/WCF-sponsored activities carried out during the reporting period under each project objective:
Mama Kevina Comprehensive Secondary School is continuing to be sponsored with food supplies by RMF/WCF. This has greatly lessened Sr. Clare’s worries, though this time food prices have continued to rise because of price inflation throughout Uganda.
John Ochwo, the heart patient we sponsor is being facilitated with medication funds, given to him monthly. He is also being supported with his school fees and scholastic materials every term.
Results and/or accomplishments achieved during this reporting period:
John Ochwo, our rheumatic heart disease patient, continues to receive medication and attends his monthly examination at National Referral Hospital Mulago, Kampala, both services of which are provided by RMF/WCF. John Ochwo’s school fees are also supported by RMF/WCF.
RMF/WCF are continuing with food sponsorship for Mama Kevina, with students now able to receive all the meals in a day. Previously, the students would only receive porridge in the morning and one meal in a day.
Number served/number of direct project beneficiaries (for example, average number treated per day or month and if possible, per health condition).
During the last reporting period:
- About 152 students at Mama Kevina were fed by RMF/WCF.
- John Ochwo also benefited as his school fees and medical bills were being paid by RMF/WCF.