Masaka Diocesan Health Assembly: Kitovu Mobile staff rewarded for her 17 years of selfless service

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Ms Nakayiwa happily  receives her reward from His Lordship, Jjumba,the Bishop Masaka Diocese

By Moses Muwulya,Communications Officer 

MASAKA. Kitovu Mobile staff,Ms Goreth Nakayiwa has today been rewarded by Masaka Diocesan Health Department.

The reward was  majorly to recognise her exceptional services   to Kitovu Mobile,a Masaka Diocesan Medical and Community Empowerment Organisation.

Nakayiwa,who works with the Mobile Farm School Project,a youth economic empowerment program for Kitovu Mobile ,has devotedly worked for  17 years.

This was during the Diocesan Health Assembly  held today at Bwala Social Center in Masaka Town where Diocesan Health Institutions leaders have met to report to internal stakeholders.

Ms Nakayiwa

Ms Nakayiwa recieves her recogntion Certificate from Bishop Jjumba.

At the climax of the assembly, the Diocesan Health Department made it a norm to recognize special workers from its Health Institutions who have exceptionally served their institutions.

Ms Nakayiwa  could not miss out on list of the few recognized staffs after her 17 years of devoted work,seeing many
 orphaned and vulnerable youth who drop out of formal education get improved livelihood after finding solace in modern farming.
Amidst cheers from fellow staff, Nakayiwa received her certificate of recognition awarded to her by His Lordship,Servetus Jjumba,who is also the former chairman,Kitovu Mobile Board.
Mr Kizito,fellow staff decorates Nakayiwa afte

Celebrating as a team: Mr Kizito, fellow staff decorates Nakayiwa with the ribbons