The youth need to engage in productive activities that will empower them with skills in order to prepare for the future, seasoned
The Rose Namayanja Foundation will continue inspiring, educating and empowering communities so as to improve on their standards of living through the various works and projects, Hon Rose Namayanja Nsereko has said.
In partnership with the Rotary Club of Wobulenzi, the Rose Namayanja Foundation yesterday distributed scholastic materials and sanitary items to pupils in
The Rose Namayanja Foundation in partnership with Uganda’s Development Community Caring Friends (UDCCF), yesterday donated an assortment of essential items to students in Kapeeka Sub-county, Nakaseke District. While handing over the donation, Rev Fr Emmanuel Mbalire, the UDCCF Executive Director, said that the donation was aimed at enabling students concentrate on their studies by no longer worrying about the lack of basic scholastic materials.
The youth have been called upon to embrace agricultural production as a means to uplifting their socio-economic status. Speaking during a youth dialogue held at Fairway Hotel in Kampala, Hon Rose Namayanja Nsereko, founder of the Rose Namayanja Foundation called on the youth to shun the mentality that farming was a reserve for the uneducated.
Residents of Kasangombe Sub County in Nakaseke district have been lauded for supporting the construction of a Health Centre III extension facility through donating land and offering financial support to the project. While engaging locals in a discussion aimed at joining forces in order to complete the construction works, Rev Fr Mbalire Emmanuel the Executive Director of UDCCF commended the community for contributing towards the initiative that does not only improve their health standards but also helps in bringing quality health services closer.
The youth need to have self-belief and take on challenges so as to be successful in this competitive world, Hon Rose Namayanja Nsereko Founder of the Rose Namayanja Foundation has said. Speaking during the 7th edition of the Annual National Youth Festival at Makerere University freedom square in Kampala, Namayanja urged the youth to build their self confidence that would in turn propel them to reach their full potential.
In an effort aimed at uplifting the productivity and income of farmers, the Rose Namayanja Foundation this week distributed planting seeds to various farming groups in Semuto Sub County, Nakaseke District. The distribution of the high quality seeds to the farming groups was done in preparation for the new planting season. The farmers were also sensitized on the best farming practices in order to yield better harvests.