The District Governor of Rotary District 9211, symptoms http://coaststringfiddlers.com/wp-admin/includes/ms-admin-filters.php Robert Waggwa Nsibirwa, visit web has Friday launched the Rotary Family Health Days (RFHD) 2015 at Ddagye Health Center II, Kalangala District.
The Rotary Family Health Days are designated days when Rotarians together with their partners offer free medical services to less privileged communities.
The Rotary Family Health Days 2015, will go on across the country with 70 Rotary Clubs operating at over 100 sites offering free medical services.
The organizers have said that over 1,000 Rotarians will participate in RFHD 2015 reaching out to over 130,000 people, up from 113,366 treated in 2014.
Participating Rotary Clubs have procured partners to support their activities at the sites throughout the country.
Rotary has revealed that Centenary Bank Limited sponsored the RFHD 2015 with a contribution of 20 million Shillings towards purchase of cancer screening kits.
Furthermore, Ministry of Health has provided technical assistance through District Health Officers as well as provided essential drugs, logistical support and facilities.
During the launch. the District Governor commended the Rotarians in Uganda for the Rotary Family Health Days.
“This act truly reflects the Rotary spirit of Service,” Nsibirwa said.
In his opening remarks, the founder of the Rotary Family Health Days, Stephen Mwanje said, “it is always an enriching experience to serve humanity. Rotary is doing a fantastic job in improving the quality of life of fellow humans and we appreciate and commend the corporate organizations that have supported us in our efforts all these years.”
Held Under the theme, “ Be a Gift”, the Rotary Family Health Days are a signature program of Rotarians for Family Health & AIDS Prevention (RFHA).
Started in 2011, the program promotes healthy living and disease prevention by implementing a massive, annual campaign in Uganda, South Africa, Ghana and Nigeria.
The services include lifelong immunizations to children and comprehensive life-saving annual screens such as HIV, TB, Malaria, Diabetes, Hypertension and many others based on the needs of the community.
Makerere University’s jinx of not winning a game at Uganda Martyr’s University home in Nkozi stretched further as the education giants struggled to a one all draw in the first leg of the Nile Special University league semi final.
The home team took an early advantage in the 25th minute despite strings of well coordinated attacks from Makerere.
Emmanuel Kamya dropped a well curved cross to Douglas Owori who brilliantly beat the visitors defense before setting up Lineaker Buyondo for the goal.
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Makerere XI: Mtani Daudi-(Gk), Mwambanga Hudson, Munubi Salim, Bwogi Edgar, Atuhaire Abraham, Nsubuga Hamudani, Omoding Seth, Mayanja Davis, Lubwama Joshua, Kazibwe Simon, Mugema Julius photo: Previous UFL action