RNF partners with Luweero Journalists to deliver essential medical items to mothers
In partnership with Greater Luwero Journalism Association, the Rose Namayanja Foundation last week delivered an assortment of essential medical items to expectant mothers in Ssakabusolo Sub county, Nakaseke district.
The occasion that coincided with the World Press Freedom Day, saw the foundation engage community members in a maternal health and knowledge assessment session.
Items distributed included among others, mama kits, mosquito nets, blankets, baskets, bed sheets, rugs, brushes, soap, liquid soap and condoms.
Speaking shortly after the distribution exercise, Mr. Kalule Livingstone a field officer with RNF urged men to give a helping hand to women to reduce on the deaths during child birth.
On his part, the LCV chairperson, Mr Komu appealed to the men not to neglect their roles as fathers in their families and to also be exemplary to the young ones.
He thanked local leaders for their effort in reaching out to the local community and extending the good services to the community. He further urged the audience to be transparent in whatever they do for the good of the community adding that
Mr. Komu thanked the Rose Namayanja Foundation, Greater Luwero Journalism Association crew, Save Health Uganda and RHU for supporting mothers in the initiative.