Pictorial: Palliative Care Association Of Uganda (PCAU) Visits Kitovu Mobile to film a commemorative Documentary

Palliative Care Association of Uganda (PCAU) has today,Tuesday, visited  Kitovu Mobile, to film a commemorative documentary as it (PCAU) celebrates 20 years of Palliative Care Advocacy in Uganda. PCAU gave member organisations with  whom they extend palliative care services,to be part of their  historical documentary. They interviewed Kitovu Mobile Palliative

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Up Coming Event: Mobile Farm School Graduation

On 24 October,2019 Kitovu Mobile will have  150 Mobile Farm School trainees from Butenga Su-County,Bukomansimbi District Graduate after three years of training  in Modern Sustainable Integrated Organic Farming skills, business mentorship,and social counselling The ceremony,which  will be held at Kibinge sub-county headquarters,will have the State Minister for Youth and Children

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Pictorial: Water tanks built to help Mobile Farm School Trainees mitigate dry spells.

Kitovu Mobile has built eight water tanks in Kalungu and Butenga Sub Counties,in Kalungu and Bukomansimbi Districts,respectively to help Mobile Young Farmers Groups and Community Support Groups harvest water and brave dry spells, irrigating  their nursery beds for the different crop seedlings. These include passion fruits,egg plants,coffee,among others. Yakobo Bisaka,a

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Munyoro makes money from one acre land all-year-round

Munyoro makes money from one acre land all-year-round By Michael J Ssali Robert Munyoro-Aganze’s one-acre farm in Manywa Village, Kyanamukaaka Sub-county, Masaka District, is the envy of his peers because of the various agribusiness ventures he engages in, writes Michael J Ssali. Robert Munyoro-Aganze, of Manywa Village, Kyanamukaaka Sub-county, Masaka

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Why regular cancer screening is a must for people with HIV

Why regular cancer screening is a must for people with HIV Check up. A medical personnel conducts a blood test during health camp at Monitor Publications Ltd offices in Namuwongo, Kampala, in January. Doctors say people living with HIV are at risk of cancer because of the already compromised immunity.

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His Lordship,Bishop Jjumba giving opening remarks as the chairman of the


Today,Kitovu Mobile has joined the rest of the Diocesan Health Institutions to participate in the annual Diocesan Health Assembly. Themed  “Increasing access through quality care and community engagement in Masaka Diocese”, the 11th assembly has had a number of highlights from presentations to awarding outstanding health workers from the various institutions.  

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

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

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