On Thursday, 27th April and 4th May, more than 300 youth graduated from skills-based vocational trainings led by Reach Out Mbuya Parish HIV/AIDS Initiative that aim to address the high youth unemployment in Uganda and provide HIV-infected or affected vulnerable youth with practical job skills. The first of this year’s graduation ...
May 4, 2017smith
Friends know no boundaries – sometimes great friendships are born across oceans, languages, and cultures. At Reach Out Mbuya, some of our greatest friends come from within our global Christian community, those who share our values of love, empathy and service. On Wednesday, 22nd March 2017, ROM hosted one of ...
April 6, 2017smith
On March 31, during the End of PSSP Project Partners Forum held at Hotel Africana, Reach Out Mbuya was awarded four Golden Awards for Outstanding Performance in Logistics Management of HIV/AIDS commodities for our four sites, Reach Out Mbuya, Banda, Kinawataka and St. Mary's Kasaala in Luweero ...
March 31, 2017smith
Two students sponsored in school by Reach Out Mbuya have achieved top scores on their A-levels, the final examinations Ugandan high school students take before graduating from Senior 6 and moving to university. Kato William, who lost his father to AIDS, was enrolled on school fees support when he was in ...
February 27, 2017smith
To celebrate the World Day of the Sick on Saturday, 11th February, Reach Out Mbuya hosted the Bishop of Kasana Luweero Diocese, Rtd. Rev. Paul Ssemogerere, who recognized Reach Out Mbuya's work in HIV/AIDS and implored the government of Uganda to invest more in health care. Ssemogerere spoke at the Reach ...
February 11, 2017smith
Like most 15-year-olds, Timothy has a big dream for his future. “Music is my life. I know a lot of music, and one day, I will become a musician,” the young Ugandan proudly exclaimed. Timothy is also HIV-positive and a client of Reach Out Mbuya Parish HIV/AIDS Initiative in Kampala. He was one of ...
February 8, 2017smith
When 20-year-old Namara Vivian was a child, she never smiled. Born HIV-positive, Vivian also lost her father when she was young. “I didn’t want anyone to talk to me, because I thought I was alone,” she said. So her grandmother started caring for the young Vivian and her mother, eventually taking them to Reach ...
November 14, 2016smith
Patricia Mahoney, US Charge d' Affaires, joins Reach Out Mbuya to commemorate World AIDS 2015
July 19, 2016smith
Reach Out Passes Out another 150 certificates to youth and women after they completed training in tailoring, crochet, beading and financial management. Barclays Bank funded these vocational training programs.
July 19, 2016smith
“Thank you for your hospitality, the wonderful work you do here. Keep up the great work. God bless you,” Dr. Tadesse Wuhib, the Uganda Country Director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said at ROM's celebration of 10 years of existence in May.
May 4, 2016re_admin