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Dativa & Associates Supports Cause To Educate Children Affected By HIV/Aids

Dativa & Associates supports cause to educate children affected by HIV/Aids

Dativa & Associates has been socially responsible, through several social and community initiatives that are being undertaken. We engage in CSR activities as a commitment to ensure the promotion of social and environmental well-being of the communities in which we do business. Our CSR interventions make a deliberate attempt to develop and build the very basics that support a decent life within our community and focus on the disadvantaged persons within our environment targeting groups and not individuals.

This year during our retreat, staff collected funds Which the firm topped up to be extended to the neediest of our community. We identified and joined other institutions and well-wishers to partner with Reach Out Mbuya Parish HIV/AIDS Initiative (ROM) in their annual cause to help raise funds to support 400 boys and girls at primary, secondary, and tertiary levels.

Reach Out Mbuya Parish HIV/AIDS Initiative (ROM) is a Catholic Faith-Based Non-Governmental Organization founded in 2001 under Our Lady of Africa Church, Mbuya Parish. The organization was founded with the purpose of stopping the further spread of HIV/AIDS in our community and helping those infected and/or affected by the disease live a dignified and respectful life. To date, ROM has served nearly 13,000 clients with comprehensive HIV/AIDS services ranging from medical, psycho-social, economic, and spiritual support in urban Uganda.

ROM meets education needs for children who face a myriad of challenges from the burden of HIV/AIDS, which affects numerous aspects of their lives such as their socio-economic well-being, to help them realize their full potential. So far, they have supported over 11,000 orphans and vulnerable children.

We are glad to be a part of this social responsibility and add our voice to invite all well-wishers and the community to support Reachout Mbuya in bringing hope for the future to persons in our community who are infected or affected by HIV/Aids

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