Residents: Family Clinic Transformation Communities
The Family Clinic radio program and Bahemuka Drama are transforming families and communities in the Rwenzori region, residents of Buteebe , North division ,Fort Portal Tourism City have observed.
Family Clinic Radio Program runs every Monday from 10:00pm-1:00am hosted by Mr.Waddell Steven Ainganiza on VOT and Bahemuka drama airs from Monday –Friday 6:10-6:30am moderated by Kanguma Robert.
Natulinda Maureen Nalongo Omusambu Kati of Mbuzi , Buteebe ward North Division says the Family Clinic radio program and Bahemuka drama on VOT 101 FM have changed the mindset of the people and transformed their lives , socially, spiritually and economically.
She said, “I appreciated PLATFORM for the NEEDY (PLANE) in partnership with Voice of Tooro FM radio for initiating Family Clinic and Bahemuka drama. Many people who were embroiled in family wrangles have resolved their issues because of these educative programs”.
Pastor Lucky of Bethsaida Pentecostal Church Mbuzi notes that Bahemuka drama is so educative. He said, “The drama is so educative tackling our daily life experiences. I commend Bahemuka drama members for the amazing episodes and skits that are educative and I wished to join it”.
This was on Sunday during the visiting of Bahemuka members to the family of Mr.Robert Basigara of Mbuzi as part of their outreach program to assess the impact of the drama in the communities where members hail from. Basigara’s wife appreciated the work done by Bahemuka and wished to join.
Mr.Waddell Steven Ainganiza the Director Bahemuka Drama and Family Clinic Program revealed that these mighty Programs were initiated purposely to address, Sexual and Gender Based Violence, children and women’s rights, health, social, legal, family, and other community related issues affecting families or communities in the Rwenzori region .
According to Waddell, the goal of these programs are to enable families and communities to clearly access critical information and generate local solutions to their problems. Waddell asked the youth willing to join and be part of the Bahemuka community to contact him and transform societies together.