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The Rose Namayanja Foundation celebrated the graduation of 120 students who earned certificates from the Directorate of Industrial Training (DIT) in various vocational fields. The event highlighted the importance of vocational education in Uganda, with speeches from State Minister for Higher Education Dr. John Chrysestom Muyingo and foundation director Rt Hon Namayanja Rose Nsereko. The graduates were encouraged to maintain discipline, integrity, and dedication in their professional lives.

The Directorate of Industrial Training (DIT) Programme is a crucial initiative aimed at providing professional recognition and certification to individuals who have acquired skills informally.

Explore the transformative impact of the Rose Namayanja Foundation's Student Bursary Scheme, providing vital support to young students in Uganda. Learn how education empowers and inspires the next generation of leaders.

In a heartwarming turn of events, RT Hon Namayanja Rose Nsereko, the Founder and Director of the Rose Namayanja Foundation, has been nominated for the prestigious 2023 Women of Influence […]

Our Founder and Director, Rt.Hon. Namayanja Rose Nsereko, has asked students to always double their efforts if they are to succeed in life. Namayanja says commitment and hard work are what make one successful in life. She made the call as she interacted with students of Light College Katikamu in Wakiso district.

In Uganda, women and young people often face significant challenges in achieving economic success. These challenges can be particularly acute in rural areas, where access to education, training, and employment opportunities may be limited.

Young women and girls gathered in Kampala last week for the second edition of the Young Women and Girls’ Mentorship Programme, which focuses on creating a leadership pathway for young women looking to make their mark in society.

It was a dark and stormy night. I was curled up on the couch with a blanket watching my favorite re-run, when suddenly lightning struck and hit me right between the eyes. Now, I’m not usually one to believe in things like divine intervention or signs from above, but there was a message here, and it couldn’t be ignored: We all need faith in women.

The East African Community (EAC) has become a regional bloc with many challenges and opportunities in order to achieve its full potential. One challenge it faces is the fact that some citizens of member states are frustrated by the slow pace at which reforms are being implemented. In order to resolve this, the EAC needs to encourage intellectual discourse, advocacy and dialogue as a means of conflict resolution other than silence which builds frustrat

Our founder and director, Rt Hon Namayanja Rose Nsereko, has rallied parents to invest in the education of their children as a way of building and securing their future.

Rt Hon. Rose Namayanja Nsereko, Founder and Director of the Rose Namayanja Foundation, has called for a united front among women leaders in Uganda.

Young people are the future. They are our hope for the future, and they deserve to be recognized as such. But despite this truth, many young people around the world live in communities where they have little access to resources and opportunities. Whether due to poverty or social stigma, young people are often left out of decisions that will shape their lives forever. This is why it’s so important for us adults in these communities (especially those who work with youth) to act on behalf of our young people by improving their access to education and employment opportunities—and increasing awareness about gender inequalities that affect them as well!

Founder and Director of the Rose Namayanja Foundation (RNF), Rt. Hon. Namayanja Rose Nsereko has called on young people to break through barriers to become leaders.

In an effort aimed at curbing the high unemployment rate in the country, the Rose Namayanja Foundation (RNF) has partnered with the Directorate of Industrial Training to enable the assessment of skilled Ugandans to enable them to get recognized professional certificates.

Can we ever find a balance in business operations in Uganda? Well, this Article answers and provides solutions to some of the common questions that ruin the entrepreneur sector. As of today very many traders and vendors are haunted by authorities because of carrying out businesses outside the law, given that fact, this Article importantly details, informs, and solutionizes.

BY KAKANDE CHRISPUS “MY RIGHTS, MY RIGHTS.” Yes, the study of human rights is interesting but comes with several undecided debates. For the years, man has undergone various challenges, the […]

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The youth need to invest more time and commitment to personal leadership if they are to become successful leaders who will benefit society, our Director and Founder Rt Hon. Namayanja […]

Our Founder and Director, Hon. Namayanja Rose Nsereko, has urged parents to secure the future and success of their children by taking them to school to attain formal education. “Do […]

After an extensive two months of training in tailoring and garment design, 25 RNF beneficiaries received their certificates at a well-attended graduation ceremony on the 2nd of June, 2022. The […]

One of the greatest setbacks to the educational development of a girl child is the lack of sufficient information about her menstrual cycle. This is mainly due to the stigma […]

The Rose Namayanja foundation and Uganda Industrial Research Institute have partnered to empower youth through skilling as demanded by the current job market. According to Hon Namayanja Rose Nsereko, the […]

Due to lack of social-economic empowerment, youth today are at risk of being forced into exploitation, early marriage and childbirth, and face negative health outcomes. Many youth are living under […]

Creating a strong pipeline of capable leaders is very important for national development. It creates a succession line to ensure effective leaders in a country. This means that a society […]

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 […]

Our Director and Founder, Hon Namayanja Rose Nsereko has urged students to always endeavor to network while still at university to be able to make connections that can benefit them […]

Our Team Leader, Mr Denis Lindo has called on the people of Nakaseke to turn their hobbies into money-making ventures to increase their household incomes and progress on their respective […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

With the current Uganda’s population estimated to be over 42 million, 57% of the population is below 18 years of age, while 21% is between 18 to 30 years, highlighting […]

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 […]

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 […]

While addressing parents of Ssakabusolo Primary School in Nakaseke district, Mr. Denis Lindo a consultant and friend tothe foundation, called on the parents to motivate their children to study in […]

The RNF team today joined other Stake holders at a Creative Morning event held in commemoration of the International Youth Day 2019 under the theme; “Transforming Education”. The event was […]

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