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General news about Tusaidiane

Victors Community Development

Victor’s Community Development is found in Nakalanga Parish, Kirugu in Buikwe District, Uganda.

Till 2006, there was no secondary education in Nakalanga Parish. A lady donated land and some villagers took the initiative to  start Victors High School in Kirugu in order to improve the conditions for primary leavers in the nearby villages who liked to continue their education in secondary school.

On the 15th of December 2008 Victors Community Development Association Ltd (VCDA) was incorporated under Certificate No. 104149with the objective to run a Not-For-Profit organization offering community services to the population of Nakalanga Parish. The range of services was not limited. At the start, the organization focused on education through Victors High School and later delivery of health services to community members through Victors Medical Centre.


Kwagala’s children

Kwagala’s Children was born out of a personal story, of Milly Naggwaya, a Ugandan citizen who has been working with children in the United Kingdom for the past twenty years. Seeing the educational and health benefits children enjoy in the UK, Milly has long planned on returning home to try and establish some of the same for Ugandan children. Milly is known as ‘Kwagala’ (‘love’ in Luganda) to her UK friends; therefore our project is named ‘Kwagala’s Children.’

Kwagala’s Children is a non profit organization registered in the United Kingdom (charity number 1139095) and operational in Uganda. The mission is to support development in the country through education.

Tusaidiane Uganda supported Kwagala’s Children in the construction and operational start-up of the Medical Centre in Mubende in 2013.



Arise and shine is a registered community development organization operating in Ngoma Sub-County Nakaseke district, with a mission to improve the social economic, health and educational level of the people through community best practices and interventions.


Advocacy for Safe Motherhood

Mama kits Save Lives

Tusaidiane Uganda is the Trustee of Stichting Mama and Me, Netherlands and is supporting Mama and Me Association in Jinja.
Two expectant mothers of Mama and Me Association Uganda received free mama kits and other delivery kits to help them give birth safely. The kits were donated to the mothers by Stichting Mama and Me in the Netherlands.

The birth kits and other gifts were handed over to the mothers by the Board of Mama and Me Association Uganda represented by the Chairman Samuel Kaweesa Basoga, Secretary Eunice Nakintu, Treasurer Tushabe Rachel and the Deputy Administrator of Mama and Me Day Care Centre, Naigaga Kevin.

Tushabe Rachel is also an employee of Tusaidiane Uganda Limited.

In Uganda, if women don’t bring their own medical supplies to the hospital for the delivery, the nurses may send them home or refuse to help them and there are too many complications that arise when a woman is giving birth. Uganda is still experiencing over 310 deaths per 100,000 live birth. In addition, for every woman who dies in childbirth, around 20 more suffer injury, infection or disease – approximately 10 million women each year.

Stichting Mama and Me is commended for their efforts in curbing maternal mortality in Danida Village, Walukuba, Masese in Jinja Uganda. Each mother received a set of mama kit, a new basin, mattress, baby potty, towel, sugar, washing soap, bathing soap, Vaseline, maize flour, detergent and baby clothes.

Tusaidiane Uganda and Stichting Mama and Me, Netherlands are honoured to play part in improving maternal health and encouraging expectant women to deliver safely.

About mama kit
A Mama Kit is an all-in-one kit that contains everything needed to help provide a clean and safe delivery. The Kit consists of 2 pairs of gloves to prevent bacterial infections and HIV, 2 new razor blades to cut the umbilical cord, 1 piece of soap, 2 gauze pads for cleaning the eyes of the new-born, 8 sanitary towels for the mother, 9 oz of cotton wool, 1 polyethylene sheet on which the mother gives birth and 1 Suction bulb to clean baby’s airway.



Tusaidiane Uganda handed over to Dr. Christine Montag  new flushing toilets of fourteen stands on behalf of the community which was represented by the town mayor of Iganga and 2 school inspectors . These toilets were funded by 3 Rotary clubs in Germany under their theme of water and sanitation.

The mayor thanked the Rotary Clubs through Dr. Christine for this big push to the school because proper toilets is one of the big challenges facing many schools in Iganga. He also urged the school and the community parents to keep the facility in the shape as they have received it.

Tusaidaine Uganda thanked Dr. Christine for giving the opportunity to work on the toilets. We hope that they improve the sanitation in the school, hence better education for the pupils.

Attached is the pictorial of the event.

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Happy New Year every one, I pray that all your wishes be fulfilled.

From Tusaidiane, we are committed to better service delivery and strengthening of our partnerships.

Please find the attached 2018 Annual Report and 2019 strategy.

20181211 TUL Annual Report 2018 Action Plan 2019-

20181211 TUL Annual Report 2018 Action Plan 2019