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First Daughter Natasha Museveni Unveils Buildings Renovated by Tororo Cement at UWESO Masuliita Children’s Village

Tororo Cement Uganda has generously renovated two dormitories, a dining hall, and a guest house at the Masuliita Children’s Village (MCV), a project of the Uganda Women’s Effort to Save Orphans (UWESO). The First Daughter of Uganda and Founder of the Liberation Generation, Natasha Karugire Museveni, officially inaugurated these refurbished structures.

The initiative, spearheaded by Natasha Museveni and supported by the UWESO board, National Executive Committee (NEC), and staff, aims to provide a safer and healthier living environment for the children residing at the Village.

Addressing the congregation, the Chairperson NEC, Madam Olive Birungi Lumonya, highlighted the significance of this collaborative effort in fulfilling the vision of supporting vulnerable children envisioned by Maama Janet Kataha Museveni, the First Lady of Uganda and UWESO Patron.

“Ladies and gentlemen, l would wish to bring to your attention that, in Sept last year (2023) under the leadership of Madam Natasha who is our chief guest for today’s function, under the Liberation Generation which she founded resolved to stand with UWESO and most especially MCV, so that the Vision of Maama Janet that God showed her of supporting vulnerable children is sustained, her presence today is a commitment of her resolve to stand in with the Liberation Generation where need be, we do appreciate this and pray that God provides her the wisdom, strength and resources to make her resolve a reality for years to come.”

Madam Jolly Kamugira Kaguhangire, CEO of UWESO, conveyed gratitude for the renovation work undertaken by Tororo Cement, emphasizing the importance of such gestures in serving humanity.

Various dignitaries attended the event; the Chief Guest and founder of the Liberation Generation- Madam Natasha Museveni Karugire, The Board of Trustees UWESO, NEC Members and the Board of Directors UWESO holdings, CEOs (Government, Private sector, Business community) and the beautiful children under the care of UWESO.

Currently, MCV accommodates over 700 children from the 957 recently rescued from the streets by the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Gender labour and Social Development (MGLSD) and Office of the Prime Minister (OPM).

Agnes Tumuheire

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