Reach Out Mbuya has continued to grow in a bid to reach other communities with HIV/AIDS care and management services. On January 30, 2009, Reach Out Mbuya Parish HIV/AIDS Initiative-Kasaala (ROK) was officially inaugurated by his Lordship the bishop of Kasana Luweero Diocese as one of the four sites of Reach Out Mbuya.
It is also a faith-based community non-government organization committed to offering care to people infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS in Kasaala Parish. In Kasaala, clients receive primary health care services in addition ROM’s HIV-related services. The grandmothers’ project and many of ROM’s vocational trainings are also based at Kasaala.
Reach Out Kasaala uses a community approach to reach the most disadvantaged population in its catchment area. It mainly operates in four civic parishes of Ngogolo, Kakabala, Kakinzi and Bamugolodde, which are all found in Butuntumula Sub-county Luweero district.
The ROK site is located 3km from Luweero town off Kampala-Masindi Road in St Maryâ€™s Health centre III-Kasaala.