ROM sponsors Orphans and Vulnerable Children with school fees, scholastic materials, nutritional support, and psychosocial interventions. Most of these children are either HIV-positive themselves or are

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Grand mothers

To improve the well-being of extremely vulnerable grandmothers and their households as key OVC caregivers. The grandmothers’ project, which is implemented in Kasaala, Luweero district,

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As a way to mitigate the health effects of HIV/AIDS ROM in 2020 extended service delivery to include treatment of NCDs to clients.

NCDs are rapidly increasing, accounting for 35% of the country’s deaths. Most individuals with a NCD in Uganda are neither aware of their status or the risk factors.

As of 2020, 426 of our clients suffer from a NCD. With the majority, 322 suffering from hypertension 180 with diabetes 2 have cervical cancer and 2 have breast cancer These are continuously monitored by our medical team to ensure they receive the appropriate treatment.