Grab opportunities around you- Namayanja tells students
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Grab opportunities around you- Namayanja tells students

Our Founder & Director, Hon Namayanja Rose Nsereko has urged youths to always seize the opportunities around them for their benefit. While addressing students at Target Community College Wobulenzi in Luweero district, Namayanja told the group that while at school they should study hard but after school, they should be on the lookout for any...

February 17, 2022February 17, 2022by
Youth need career guidance to inform their decision making
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Youth need career guidance to inform their decision making

German-born scientist Albert Einstein said that “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”  The fish’s best ability is to swim in the water. The value here is that each person possesses a unique character and to...

February 8, 2022February 8, 2022by
Discrimination in Education against Pregnant Girls and Adolescent Mothers is a misnomer
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Discrimination in Education against Pregnant Girls and Adolescent Mothers is a misnomer

Following an increase in teen pregnancies during the recent COVID-19 lockdown that left learners at home for close to two years, the Ministry of Education advised schools to allow all girls back to school regardless of whether they were pregnant or breastfeeding. According to the ministry, the move is aimed at eliminating school dropouts among...

January 25, 2022January 25, 2022by
How to set, achieve New Year resolutions and goals – Namayanja
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How to set, achieve New Year resolutions and goals – Namayanja

This Article was first published in the New Vision New Year resolution is a commitment that one makes to do well at the start of the New Year. In the resolution, one sets goals and makes plans to achieve them for a better future. New Year resolutions traditions were not celebrated on January 1. Ancient...

January 19, 2022January 19, 2022by
RNF championing transfomartive mentorship of young women leaders
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RNF championing transfomartive mentorship of young women leaders

After realizing that limited mentorship programmes coupled with a lack of systematic strategies to attract and retain young women to join leadership and participate in governance processes continue to hinder young women’s leadership development, the Rose Namayanja Foundation has come up with ways to redress this challenge by building the self-confidence and political consciousness of...

January 10, 2022January 10, 2022by
Most influential and inspirational Ugandan women in 2021
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Most influential and inspirational Ugandan women in 2021

As the year 2021 comes to an end, we salute thousands of influential women that are actively involved in transforming Uganda and the world at large. The Cambridge Dictionary defines influence as “the ability to affect people or events.” The list, therefore, celebrates Ugandan women in leadership who inspire the next generation of women. It...

January 1, 2022January 4, 2022by
End Sexual violence against women and girls in Uganda
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End Sexual violence against women and girls in Uganda

Reports of rape and sexual violence increased among women and girls in Uganda during the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to the increase in HIV. COVID-19 restrictions caused a lapse in gender-based violence services, which were not initially prioritized as essential health services during COVID-19 lockdown. According to the report by the Centre for Disease Control and...

November 29, 2021November 29, 2021by
Covid-19 and its effect to girl-child education
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Covid-19 and its effect to girl-child education

It is undeniable that COVID has altered how we live and work. Lives continue to be lost, and hospitals have been overwhelmed with patients suffering from the virus. Therefore, measures such as closure of schools and long lockdowns have been implemented to curb the spread of the pandemic. However, drastic measures need to be taken...

September 12, 2021September 12, 2021by
Namayanja challenges youths on positive internet usage
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Namayanja challenges youths on positive internet usage

The Director Rose Namayanja Foundation (RNF), Hon. Namayanja Rose Nsereko has called up youths to desist from negatively using the internet but instead positively use it to grow themselves, especially during this COVID-19 pandemic. While speaking to youth leaders at a conference held at Uganda Christian University in Mukono, Namayanja challenged youths and all those...

August 11, 2021August 11, 2021by