- Started several initiatives to support ROM clients in their communities. They included the Community Network of Care (CATTS), Mother to Mother sSupporters, Teenage and Adolescents Supporter, Community Supporter). Started food and sustainable projects that ran with support from the United Nations World Food Programmed from December 2003 – March 2007. It has now grown to include mushroom growing. Piggery and food distribution.
- Education/ Vocational Training Support) started to support 64 children and orphaned and made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS. It has since grown to support over 1000 children get free education by September 2010.
Towards the end of 2002, our clients were enrolled in the study at Joinr Clinical Research Council (JCRC), and HIV/AIDS research body of the government of Uganda, where they were provided with CD4 count services and Anti-Retroviral (ARV) therapy and other care services.
Roses of Mbuya was started to provide practical skills and employment to ROM clients.