Rural Women Health Assistance
Ntoroko Rural Development

Ntoroko Rural Development

Rural Women Health Assistance Fort Portal, Uganda Ntoroko Rural Development NGO | Ntoroko Rural Development
We are looking for women volunteers to provide health education, maternal and child nutrition to our rural women groups and make life-long friends.

Project Details

We need volunteers to empower our rural women with health skills, maternal and child health, nutrition and HIV/AIDS.

NTOROKO RURAL DEVELOPMENT NETWORK IN UGANDA

Empowers Rural Women With Vital Knowledge about Health, Nutrition & HIV/AIDS programs, provide health education and palliative care to ensure that individuals and communities have the knowledge and resources to lead healthy lives. We focus our efforts on communities where malnutrition is high and the need for family planning, reproductive health and HIV/AIDS awareness and education is evident.

We operate in the areas of health skills, maternal and child health and nutrition, family planning, adolescent reproductive health and HIV/AIDS. In particular, we emphasize service to at-risk populations, such as orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs) and people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIVs).

The primary objectives are Health, Nutrition & HIV/AIDS programs are to:
Reduce prevalence of malnutrition
Reduce levels of morbidity
Improve infant and young child feeding and care practices for women and children
Prevent and manage diseases, including HIV/AIDS
Promote sound nutrition and healthy lifestyles
Connect with us to make Ntoroko communities live a better life.

The main focus of the project is on
NPO Status
Yes, registered non-profit organization
Foundation Year
2012
Contact Person
Peter Rujabuka
Spoken Languages
English

Social Impact

We not only provide education and assistance in health care, but also train community leaders and individuals to develop expertise in home-based care and support, such as maternal and child care, psychosocial counseling, or HIV/AIDS-related care, so that they can help their communities lead healthier lives.

Pursued Sustainable Development Goals
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