Thursday, 28 January 2016


Good Hope Foundation for Rural Development in its work engages both the religious and cultural leaders as stakeholders in promoting human rights. On 19th-22nd Janaury 2016, Good Hope Foundation together with other RWECO members participated in the Kingdom annual event “Embale Ya Nyabaghole " which is a platform through which the Queen mother of Obusinga Bwe Rwenzururu come closer to the youths, children and parents to advise and create awareness to the young people on how to handle themselves in the community and how they can participate in developing the kingdom especially through embracing Education and stopping bad behaviors that can put them into trouble. The event was held in Nsenyi, Kisinga Sub County and it was officiated by the Queen Mother. The event was attended by the officials from the Cultural institution, local leaders and religious leaders, young girls and youths.
During the event, Good Hope Foundation together with other RWECO members trained over 110 young girls on re-usable sanitary pads with the main of empowering school girls through the provision of skills on re-usable sanitary pads, capacity building on menstrual hygiene, Management and reproductive health education for improved performance and self esteem.
The queen mother called upon the young girls and youths to demonstrate good behaviors in their families, community and at schools for them to succeed in life.

 Queen mother demonstrating to the young girls on how to make a sanitary pad
 RWECO staff displaying the developed sanitary pads

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