Sneak Preview of Our Month of April

Parenting and Family Care Giving.

Our trained community members in Bukomero with skills in Liquid soap making have formed a group to mobilize themselves and use the acquired skills to financially empower themselves. They made a committee and had their first product out this month. We are empowering Parents and ensuring that they are well equipped to emotionally, financially and physically be able to support and nurture their children towards responsible community players.

Parents during their first liquid soap production

Staff Mentorship and capacity Building sessions

One of our Volunteers attended a two weeks capacity building and mentorship program with Ms Elizabeth Kalemera the Executive Director Anthill Foundation Uganda. Anthill Foundation is a sister Organization that we have worked with in many of our programs like MHM, Violence against children in schools, WASH, Goal setting and girls leadership in schools. They also played a big part in our inception as Ssuubila Development Foundation.

Kevin Nafuna (SDF) with Ms Elizabeth Kalemera the Executive Director Anthill Foundation Uganda

Prevention better than cure is not a cliché statement.

Learners at St Mary’s Nabinene Primary School

Protect adolescents from Early Pregnancy (Including abortions) and other risky behaviors.

Training with the pupils at St. Mary’s Nabinene    Primary school about HIV/AIDS. We looked at the definition of HIV/AIDS, how its transmitted, how one can know that he/she has HIV, risky behaviors which expose one to get HIV, ways through which HIV cannot be transmitted, how one can protect him/herself from HIV infection, importance of taking the test, how to care for the infected persons and where to get HIV related services. It is our duty to protect young people by providing information, support and counselling and guidance services to our young people to help them make informed decisions, and protect them from abuse.

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