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FUNDERS WERE IMPRESSED WITH NEMACY-UGANDA PROJECT FIELD WORK WHEN VISITED THE ORGANIZATION

Mr. Christof Seiler the Coordinator of MIVA Switzerland and the CEO NEMACY-Uganda got impressed after receiving a sample of the reusable sanitary pads made by trained child mothers in Buwenge town council during a courtesy visit to them.

Recently the Coordinator of MIVA Switzerland a funding Agency for the means of transport Mr. Christof Seiler led a team who visited NEMACY-Uganda. It was a follow up on the means of transport they funded the organization. NEMACY-Uganda received funding from MIVA to procure a means of transport (Toyota Hiace van) to help the organization

PUPILS TO ABANDON SCHOOL

NEMACY-Uganda CEO lays down on papyrus mat in one of the improvised dormitory rooms at Mutai primary school.

NEMACY-UGANDA is on a fundraising drive to raise funds to construct a dormitory and also procure beds for the pupils of Mutai primary school where pupils in a boarding section sleep on the floor in an improvised room. This is in line with her programme area ofsupporting access to quality education During the sharing of

MOTHERS OF BUSOGA REGION TO SMILE

maternity ward and patient waiting shelter construction by NEMACY Uganda

NEMACY –Uganda after securing funds from the Australian Government on her Project entitled Integrated Response to a Conducive Health Environment (RICHE), decided to construct a magnificent Maternity ward and Patient waiting shelter at Buwenge Health Centre IV in Jinja district. This is in response to one of the researches conducted on the health situation of

DO YOUNG PEOPLE NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND OTHER RIGHTS

sexual education by NEMACY-Uganda

High levels of school dropouts because of teenage pregnancy, HIV/AIDs and other STDs infections among young people are some of the challenges that young people face. They have limited or lack of information about sexual reproductive Health and other Rights leading them to leave school untimely for both girls and boys, have unwanted pregnancies for

COMMUNITIES MUST BE REGULARLY VISITED TO KNOW THE HYGIENE AND SANITATION STATUS – HEALTH INSPECTORS

sugar cane bathroom by NEMACY Uganda

As one of the major roles and duties of the Health Inspector, NEMACY-Uganda together with the Health Inspectors of Buwenge and Buwenge Town Council carry out monitoring visits in villages to assess the hygiene and sanitation status and also to check if the recommendations made during the awareness campaigns/sessions were worked on or put in

POLICY MAKER’S PRIOTIZE HEALTH SECTOR DURING BUDGETARY ALLOCATION FOR BETTER SERVICE DELIVERY

NEMACY Uganda stakeholder meeting

Under the Integrated Response to Conducive Health Environment (RICHE) project supported by Australian Government, NEMACY–Uganda advocates for better service delivery at all levels. Engagement meetings with policy makers from different levels and community members are organized so as to create a plat for discussion of issues affecting the community and which need urgent attention and

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT TAKES ROOT AMONG VILLAGE HEALTH TEAMS

VHT training by NEMACY Uganda

The recent research conducted by NEMACY-Uganda revealed shocking information of poor health situation of Buwenge rural and Buwenge town council. This has led to a high number of reported cases of illnesses in health centres and high teenage pregnancies in the area resulting into a population of child mothers and fathers. The limited or no

NEMACY-UGANDA LAUNCHES A NEW YEAR PROJECT

RICHE program Launch by NEMACY Uganda

In May 2019, NEMACY-UGANDA held a stake holders meeting to inform the target communities about her new project entitled “Integrated Response to Conducive Health Environment (RICHE)’’ funded by Australian Government at Buwenge sub-county headquarters. The meeting attracted over 80 participants and among them included the Commissioner for Youths from the Ministry of Gender Labour and

LIVELIHOOD SKILLS ACQUISITION LEADS TO DEVELOPMENT

NEMACY Uganda re-usable sanitary pads

 NEMACY-Uganda is committed to see a society that respects the rights of young people and support them to achieve their full potential. Under her programme area of Youth livelihood support and provision of family support and economic empowerment, NEMACY-Uganda with support from the Australian Government has conducted capacity building of young mothers of Buwenge sub

A HEALTH ENVIRONMENT LEADS TO A HEALTH PERSON

NEMACY Uganda health sensitization

To empower communities on how to improve the health within their areas, NEMACY-Uganda in collaboration with Jinja District Local Government (health department) is promoting primary health care and health promotion by carrying out health campaigns on the dangers of poor hygiene and sanitation. This is aimed at empowering communities with information on how to cub