Our Vision and Mission
To be a leading Rotary club that touches the largest number of lives amongst the less privileged in the community.
To deliver Humanitarian service to the community so as to improve the quality of life, foster understanding, good will and peace in the communities whilst promoting ethical conduct and unity among the community.
Key Focus Areas
Enhancing the safety of Health Workers in Makindye Division
The fight against COVID 19 is real and given the situation, safety of the front liners has become a necessity, if we are to win the battle. In line with our areas of service, RC Muyenga, baby clubs RC Muyenga Tank hill and RC Muyenga Sunday Sunset, have embarked on a joint effort to provide face shields at all the referral hospitals within Makindye District, starting with Kiruddu National Referral Hospital and Nsambya Hospital.
Saving Mothers & Children
Re-igniting our Service to Kabule Community! Visiting Kabule Health Centre 111 project was an eye opener as it is both historical (started in the 1980s) and has sizeable land to give it potential to grow into a club signature project. The visit was innovative as it set a public forum for the community to provide input into the needs’ assessment.
The preliminary findings show that Kabule Health Centre III has a need to expand its inpatient and outpatient facilities, improve health care service delivery by setting up a fully equipped laboratory, operating theatre, maternity ward and amenities that are essential in providing effective health care.
More than 775 million people over the age of 15 are illiterate. That’s 17 percent of the world’s adult population and our goal is to strengthen the capacity of communities to support basic education
NAKAKONGE & KIRINDI
The populations of Nakakonge and Kirindi are about 4000 to 5000 people and the great proportion of these is under 18 years old and of school going age. There are a number of schools of varying quality but which suffer from the basic lack of infrastructure – toilets, classrooms and reading materials. Many of the classrooms we visited were temporary wooden structures and the toilets were planned for about a half to a quarter of the number that uses them. The villages also lack safe clean drinking water. The waters of the River Nile are heavily polluted and are about 2 to 5 kilometers from most homes.
Douglas Ssendagire Kabenge
Immediate Past President (IPP) 2019 -20
Opportunity President 2020 -21
Prof. Augustus Nuwagaba
President Elect (PE) 2020 - 21
How to Join
The Rotary Club of Muyenga welcomes new members, and this you can via invitation by an existing member, or come and self introduce yourself at at our fellowship meeting every Wednesdays starting from 6:30pm to 7:30pm at Hotel International in Muyenga. At our fellowship meeting you will learn about our Club’s values and the Rotary causes. You’re encouraged to commit time and come regularly upon which you will determine if our right club is the best one for you, or you may even be advised of anther Rotary Club that may be more suitable for your situation.