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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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Trainees holding vanilla cuttings as Yiga shows them how to plant them and creep them on the supporting plants.

Mobile farm school trainees start getting practical experience from progressive farmers, declare to implement the skills

  By Moses Muwulya BUKOMASIMBI. A strict, principled farmer, Emmanuel Yiga’s farm is hardly accessed. The progressive vanilla and coffee farmer ensured that he even puts a warning message to the potential trespassers. This is the reason why  Yiga argues Kitovu mobile farm school trainees attached to him for practical

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Project counsellor,Rachael Nakasango (in White T-shirt) conducting a counselling session which she does with utmost empathy.

Reducing trauma, grief in HIV affected grannies households: Pictorial of a bereavement counseling session

When grannies lose their elder sons/daughters to HIV/AIDS, grief roofs them. With support from Stephen Lewis foundation, Kitovu Mobile, through the Grandmothers and OVC Social Support project, extends bereavement counseling to the project beneficiaries. Here is a pictorial of a bereavement counseling sessions among the grannies under Bakadde Twezimbe Solidarity

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