Archive for September, 2019

Nakyanzi attends to her client. She

Teenage Mother-Nakyanzi dreams big after empowerment by Kitovu Mobile

By Aiden Muweesi,DREAMS Project Sub county Coordinator,Rakai Town Council. RAKAI. A resilient,determined and  mentored woman, whose  dream  is to become a powerful business woman, Rosette Nakyanzi hardly thought of becoming a woman of such attributes. A resident of Kiwakanya, Rakai District,Nakyanzi had already considered herself a failure after dropping out

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Every year,the Health Department of Masaka organises a Diocesan Healthy Assembly,to enable the Diocesan Health Institutions report to and discuss with with Internal and External stakeholders,on the Health Services Delivery in the Diocese. However,this year,the Assembly is organised for internal stakeholders only. These who include,Lower level Health Unit Managers,Board Of

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Annual General Meeting of Kitovu Mobile will be held on the 18th day of October 2019. The team leaders  look forward to reporting  to the   board members the tremendous achievements  accomplished in various activities geared towards  having EMPOWERED AND HEALTHIER  COMMUNITIES COPING EFFECTIVELY WITH THE IMPACT OF HIV/AIDS and OTHER

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A placard guiding women where to go for cervical cancer screening services

Cervical cancer awareness and screening: Hundreds sensitised, 60 screened in Kyotera District

By Moses Muwulya,Communications Officer Kitovu Mobile is still committed fighting cancer through massive awareness, early screening,HPV Vaccinations and provision of Hospice and Palliative Care in the Greater Masaka Region. Yesterday,14 September, we walked this talk,sensitizing hundreds of women about cervical cancer,dispelling the myth surrounding this leading cause of cancer morbidity

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Healed: Teddy Namusu four decades of lost life,dignity and well-being resurrected after a fisitula operation at Kitovu Hopsitl. PHOTOS BY MOSES MUWULYA

Kitovu Mobile sees Namusu, 81, reclaim her life, dignity and well-being after four decades of braving Obstetric fistula

By Moses Muwulya,Communications Officer KYOTERA. Sheer happiness roofs the inner and outer person upon paying a home visit to Teddy Namusu at Kasaka,Kyotera District. This exceeding pleasure has not spared her family relatives. Mostly fellow women, the residents, too, are also in jubilation. And to Kitovu Mobile team, mostly the

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Kitovu mobile farm school ex,current trainees exchange ideas on climate change,horticulture and networking 

BY MOSES MUWULYA It was yet another huge learning experience on Thursday 12 September as 50 mobile farm school trainees, both former and current, met and exchanged modern farming practices. Ideas were exchanged on mitigation of climate change effects,networking and linkage and marketing. Further, emphasis was also put on horticultural

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Pictorial: Kitovu Mobile Participation in the 2nd Uganda Conference on Cancer and Palliative Care

On 5th- 6th September,2019, Kitovu Mobile joined international and local Organisations that deal in cancer to participate in the 2nd Uganda Conference on Cancer and Palliative Care. Held at Kampala Serena Hotel,the conference which was organised by Uganda Cancer Society and Palliative Care Association Of Uganda, congregated Organisations dealing in

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Rose Nabatanzi,the incharge Kitovu Mobile Medical Center gives morphine to a breast cancer patient. Many of the clients present late for diagnosis and only settle for palliative care

Good news as Ugandan Gov’t promises to roll out countrywide palliative care programme

By Moses Muwulya,Communications Officer Except in Greater Masaka Region, where Kitovu Mobile is the oasis of palliative care;and in other areas where Palliative Care services  are offered,in many  parts of Uganda pitiable  advanced cancer patients  die in pain and with no dignity. Others are abandoned by  by their relatives. All

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