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19 June 2024, 4:32 pm

Gavumenti esabiddwa okusosowaza ensonga za bavubuka

Bya Annet Nakato Government esabiddwa okwongera okusosowazza ensonga z’abavubuka okusobola okutumbula embeera zabwe ez’abulijjo mwebawangalira. Mulukungaana olw’okusatu okutegekeddwa wano mukampala olutumiddwa the 3rd National stakeholders Dialogue on adolescent health ekibiina ekyobwanakyewa ekya pear to pear Uganda nekigendererwa ekyokutema empenda mungeri…

18 June 2024, 2:45 pm

Abavubuka abaliiko obulemu babanguddwa mu mirimu egyenjawulo

By Annet Nakato Ekibiina kya Disability Research Group nga bali wamu ne Uganda Research Unit ne Makerere University bakoze okunonyereza nekigerererwa kyokulanga nga batumbula ebyobulamu saako ne byenkulakulana bya bavubuka abaliko obulemu nga basomye okwetolola olukalu lwa Africa. Bwabadde ayogerako…

18 June 2024, 12:22 am

Dietary nutrient deficiency puts Kampala’s adolescent girls at risk

By Byamukama Alozious In a recent briefing at the Ministry of Health in Wandegeya, Kampala, Dr. Daniel Kyabayinze and officials from the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) unveiled findings from a comprehensive dietary assessment among secondary school learners in…

5 June 2024, 6:28 pm

Over 200 youths and women skilled in horticulture business

By Byamukama Alozious On 4th June, over 200 youths and women attended a symposium at Gudie Leisure Farm, where they were trained in the horticulture business. These enthusiastic participants came from various parts of the country, eager to learn about…

5 June 2024, 5:11 pm

Northern Uganda reports zero new nodding syndrome cases since 2014

By Byamukama Alozious New research has revealed that there have been no new cases of nodding syndrome disease since 2014. This research was conducted by the Makerere School of Health Sciences, led by Dr. Richard Idro, an Associate Professor of…

4 June 2024, 9:20 pm

Myths and dating challenges faced by women with disabilities

By Laila Ndagire Women with disabilities often face unique challenges in the dating world. Their experiences reveal myths and misconceptions that hinder their ability to enjoy meaningful relationships. By listening to their stories, we can better understand the barriers they…

3 June 2024, 5:12 pm

Team University graduates celebrate thanksgiving at St. Peter’s Wandegeya

By Byamukama Alozious Two graduates from Team University, Akakunda Phioner and Mwebembezi Disckon, hosted a thanksgiving event at St. Peter’s Church in Wandegeya to celebrate their successful completion of a bachelor’s degrees in education despite numerous challenges. In a heartfelt…

29 May 2024, 3:41 pm

Gudie Leisure Farm to integrate AI in horticulture agribusiness

By Byamukama Alozious Gudie Leisure Farm, a pioneer in innovative agricultural practices, has unveiled its ambitious plans to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) into its farming operations. This strategic move aims to empower farmers with rapid access to crucial information, thereby…

Mission and Vision

Mama FM is a community development women focused radio operating in Kampala and the greater central region of Uganda. The radio publishes live edutainment programs, features, live talk shows, music and news. Mama FM as a community radio aims at causing learning and social change. Mama FM’s reach is about 100 km from one of Kampala suburbs, Kisaasi.  It broadcasts community development information and entertainment in a bi-lingual format Luganda and English. It creates space for women and other marginalized groups to meet over airwaves, discuss and learn about issues relevant to them and their lives. This improves their meaningful participation in decisions that affect their lives through strengthening their ability to communicate. Mama FM is a powerful social and economic platform in advancing women’s emancipation, and self-expression of marginalized groups like Persons with disabilities, youth, children and the elderly.

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The Voice To Listen To


Contribute towards empowering individuals and marginalized communities, especially women, by promoting their concerns and increasing their participation in the local and national development programs.


Have the concerns and voices of the less privileged in society take centre stage in the Uganda mass media for a fair and just world.