Month: April 2020


The lockdown continues and little work is going on at RuFI Uganda. Hoping in the next couple of weeks activities will get back to normal however, with the current eleven (11) new case of track drivers that entered into the country (Uganda) from Kenya and Tanzania, no one knows what the president’s next move will be. For RuFI Staff and a few trainees, working from home continues. Most of these trainees are at home doing home based duties and today we are letting you know yet another trainee who is training with us in this first half of 2020.  WeRead More


We bring the Fourth trainee in our January-February enrollment for 2020.Masika Sharon aged 17 a primary seven dropout is another teenage under our mentor-ship. With the current COVID19 lock-down, she is helping in doing home duties as she wait to resume training.  Sharon who currently lives with her uncle in the outskirts of Kasese Municipality is currently doing tailoring at RuFI Uganda. With her inability to cope up with formal education, Sharon opted for life skill training as her life career. She is a committed young girl and loves what she does. Her career plan plan after completing her courseRead More

Working from home remains the only alternative for our team!

With the extra 21 days lockdown extension, both office and workshop activities continue to be done from home to have the workload is reduced. “Government has decided to keep in place the stay-home order for another 21 days. This started today April, 15 to May, 5, 2020 to allow the ministry of health study the situation longer,” Museveni said there are still a number of danger points that would see the virus spread in the country including the porous border points with nearby countries that allow people sneak into the country, cargo trucks drivers and their crews, aircraft crew, UN workers whoRead More


For the Christian fraternity, it’s a Good Friday and we wish you the best during this festive season which many will celebrate in closed doors! At RuFI Uganda, though all work is at hold during this curfew as a result of COVID19 outbreak, yet again we today in our feature Friday schedule introduce to you Kabugho Clarise Mother of two married and dropped school in Primary Seven.  Clarise is doing Tailoring at RuFi Uganda and joined us later December 2019. She is passionate towards tailoring and has a dream to start up her own business as a tailor to alsoRead More


After having prepared the gardens a week ago, today it was a busy morning planting seeds on the three gardens.  We expect high harvest and constant production of vegetables throughout the year and reduce on the daily expenditures With support from one generous donor @Bwambale_Benjamin, the kitchen gardening project will support three home gardens to boost the nutrition levels of Children. With this donation we procured tomato, carrot, green paper and okra seeds that have been shared among the three gardens.


With all our trainees send home as part of the implementation of the presidential directive for self-isolation in the bid to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in Uganda, there is no training going, however, this time again we will introduce to you one more trainee part of the 2020 class. Today we feature Friday Biira Sifa aged 15 training in tailoring. Sifa a Congolese national staying in central division of Kasese Town with her uncle. Sifa never attended any formal education and in her teenage life till she joined RuFI has been helping in home activities. In the three monthsRead More