Senior Impact Story with Granny Safina

Meet Granny Safina. A small woman, yet big in personality, she greets each member of the team with a big smile and a warm hug! Dressed in a traditional, pale yellow dress with bold print, and cropped gray hair, this spirited grandmother reflects on how when first introduced to ROTOM as she had recently been […]

ROTOM Champion Girls’ on a Mission💃

By Stephanie Matty Our ROTOM girls’ are moving ahead and conquering their dreams through the gracious power of Jesus Christ in the Champions Program! Can you imagine your daughter not having the opportunity to have adequate food, water, shelter, or education? These girls desire a normal life with basic life essentials and to enjoy social […]

Community Volunteers Caring for Seniors

By ROTOM Staff “It takes a village” illustrates one of the most powerful aspects of human growth and development. In one way or another, we all have some kind of village surrounding us where we seek support and community. In Uganda, some of our frail seniors are left to fend for themselves emotionally, spiritually, and […]

Senior Impact Story with Robinah Kyazike

Meet ROTOM Granny Robinah Kyazike who is the primary caregiver of her 4 grandchildren who are all under 12 years old. Robinah depends on her grandchildren to bring her water from the village well for cleaning, washing and caring for the family. This was usually a two-hour trip that had to be taken multiple times […]

Senior Impact Story with Ruth Namwanje

Prepared by Grace N. Kalule, ROTOM Field Implementer Meet Ruth Namwanje, a ROTOM supported senior. She thinks she is 75 years old but is not certain because at the period of her birth, births were rarely recorded in Uganda. Ruth is still married to her husband Joseph. Together they had 10 children – 6 boys […]