EDUCATION

Impact of students missing class (primary or secondary)

Image Source: https://www.globalpartnership.org/country/uganda Globally, it is undeniable that the progress of a nation is dependent on educating its citizens. In Uganda, education is a fundamental human right and the state has a duty to provide both compulsory and free education for citizens. The Universal Primary Education and Universal Secondary Education

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Value of girls’ education in Uganda

Simply put, educated girls help break the cycle of poverty. Girls who attend school are more likely to enter the work force, earn higher incomes, delay marriage, plan their families better and thus seek an education for their own children. Despite the gender gap slowly shrinking over time, girls’ education

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Home Visit Program – December 2018

Our recent outreach program ran from December 10th to 15th in Mpigi and Wakisdistricts, and we are taking a more individual and holistic approach. Throughout the week, our team in Uganda visited patients identified in our last twp rograms who are living with cancer or HIV/Aids, providing individuals with medical,

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Public Education Activities

In February and March 2018, Stella was invited to talk about cancer, HIV/Aids and general health issues on a number of TV programs, talk shows and radio programs in Uganda. Communicating with the general public is an important aspect of the work we do, as awareness and understanding of Cancer

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Cancer Awareness Week 2018

Cancer Awareness Week – March 26th-30th Mpigi District BREAST AND CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING FOR WOMEN AND HIV/AIDS AWARENESS AMONG YOUTHS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND TERTIARY TRAINING INSTITUTIONS “Supported by Winds of Hope, Mother Mary Cancer Care has been in existence since 2016 providing palliative, holistic, counselling and awareness to the community

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Cancer Run

We were lucky enough to participate in the Rotary Cancer Fun Run – which aims at raising 100 million shillings! (approx USD$27,000) This annual event always a huge success with over 5000 people registering for the event. All funds raised will used to build Cancer Ward at Nsambya Hospital. The

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