Archive for July, 2019

Mr Bagarukayo talking to the AGYW

Don’t relax, fight against HIV/AIDS is still on,Kitovu Mobile Board Member urges Rakai District natives

  By Moses Muwulya,Communications Officer Mr Alex Bagararukayo, a  member on Kitovu Mobile Board of Directors has urged communities in Rakai District to raise their guard and fight against HIV/AIDS,saying many have relaxed after realising a sigh of relief. Rakai was once known for its high AIDS-related deaths that struck

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Board Member visits Kitovu Mobile DREAMS project safe spaces,impressed by activities done

Mr Alex Bagarukayo,a member on Kitovu Mobile Board of Directors  yesterday paid a  visit to Rakai Town Council Modal Safe space to monitor the progress of the DREAMS activities. Standing for  determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-Free, Mentored, and Safe women,DREAMS is an initiative to implement high-quality combination prevention to adolescent girls

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Grannies weaving mats as the buy time to wait for the fellows. ALL PHOTOS BY MOSES MUWULYA

Kabira sub- county grannies project:Solidarity group in motion as grannies start reaping fortunes

  By Moses Muwulya,Communications Officer. KYOTERA. Seated under a tree, ‘Bakadde Twezimbe’ solidarity group members weave mats as they wait for fellow grannies for a group saving meeting which starts at 4 pm. Following the trainings, the aged- health looking grannies don’t want to be redundant as they wait for

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Ex-Farm school trainee reaps big from backyard farming,uses proceeds for further training

By Moses Muwulya,Communications Officer RAKAI. Residing in Lwoyo B,Lwamagwa sub-county,Rakai District. Sula Muwanguzi hails from a neighbourhood famously known for flourishing banana plantations. Any first time visitor in this area would have  his attention grabbed by the large scale plantations owned by different families. However, as you traverse deeper in

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Kitovu Mobile  OVC  given career guidance, encouraged to embrace vocational courses

In summary. Students were advised to stop negative bias on Vocational Courses. Girls were encouraged to take on courses that were originally known for men. Such career guidance sessions according to Ms Nambasa Sharon,the OVC Coordinator,are meant to make students make informed decisions. By Moses Muwulya Students sponsored by Kitovu Mobile

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