Our Story

Rossana Health Convoy

We are a youth-led organization focusing on Improving the health of Ugandans through healthcare treatment, minimizing menstrual stigma and ealth education campaigns.

Since our inception in March 2018, we have been able to reach over 4,860 girls and women with Menstrual Hygiene Campaigns. We are currently in 22 primary schools in 9 districts in western Uganda. We help to break the stigma that surrounds menstruation as we empower the girls to realize their full potential. We do this through providing girls with free re-usable sanitary pads (Rossapads), teaching them how to make their own re-usable sanitary pads and carrying out menstrual hygiene management programs with the girls. This helps girls to look at menstruation as normal and natural process that every girl must go through in life.

To ensure a good health for all residents of rural Uganda and all the surrounding areas through health campaigns, providing quality and affordable medical supplies, treatment and reusable sanitary towels.

A good life for all girls and women and all Ugandans in rural Uganda.

1. Extend quality and affordable drugs and medical treatment to the local people in rural communities in Uganda.

2. Strengthen and build resilient communities in terms of health through holding talks and sensitization campaigns around common diseases local people face on a daily basis.

3. Provide trainings on Menstrual Hygiene Management programs that include topics about growing up, puberty & hygiene for girls and train girls to make their own reusable sanitary pads.

Our Team

We are a close knit group of associates working as one coherent team with varied skills and backgrounds.

Jovulean Itungu

Founder & Team Leader

Jovulean is a nurse-midwife with over 6 years of experience in international health programme management and implementation, focused primarily on maternal and reproductive health. She is the Founder and CEO of Rossana Health Convoy and also runs a campaign “Every Girl To A Pad” aimed at creating awareness about menstrual hygiene management in rural schools.

Joshua Musasizi


Joshua Musasizi is a finance & banking professional with over 8 years of experience. He holds a certificate in communications and leadership from Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma USA. Joshua is currently the East Africa Regional coordinator for the Bosch Alumni Network (BAN) a section of Robert Bosch Foundation Berlin Germany and also the Director of Rossana Health Convoy.

Jessica Mbambu

projects manager

As an education graduate, Jessica has for over 8 years taught and managed different schools and vocational institutes. She is also renown project manager who has achieved a great deal working with a number of organizations in executing projects for children and the elderly in different communities.

Jacqueline Kabugho

Medical doctor

Jacqueline is a certified midwife who has worked with hospitals and communities on different projects for the last 10 years. She enjoys working with women and children which is her specialty. She brings medical experience to our team.

Nyombi Siraje

ICT & media

Nyombi is an information technology specialist with over 4 years’ experience in this field. He is the founder & CEO of Innovation Nest a business and technology hub focusing on collaborative working environment, youth capacity building and startups’ development. Nyombi also works as a media consultant for a number of organizations including Matendo International.

Rebecca Nanyonga

accounts & Finance

Rebecca is a professional accountant with over 7 years’ experience in the field of accounting and finance. She has managed financial projects for companies & organizations and received a number of accolades for here contribution in the accounting sector.

Eunice Mwebaza

peer educator

Eunice Mwebaza is qualified in Medical Records and Health Informatics from Global Institute of Information, Technology and Business. She has over three years’ experience working in the fields of healthcare, sales & marketing. Eunice also has an extensive exposure in records, documentation and research in a variety of sectors.


Zaharah Namanda

board member

Zaharah Namanda is the Co-Executive Director of Africa Education and Leadership Initiative, an NGO that creates access to leadership and education opportunities to young refugee girls in Uganda. She is a specialist & consultant in Menstrual Health Management and she has worked with over 50 schools in remote Northern Uganda, advocating for Girl Child education through access to re-usable sanitary pads.

Geofrey Tembo

board member

Tembo Geofrey has over 8 years’ experience working with companies in the field of water and sanitation management. He is the Founder and CEO of Tembo Movers a company that delivers different services of maintenances and installations in water and sanitation sectors. His passion is into seeing communities do better in areas of water and sanitation.

Hope Nankunda

board member

A global advocate for freedom, justice and development, Hope is the Founder of Raising Teenagers Uganda an organization that advocates for the right to quality education for every child with a focus on ending menstrual stigma. She is also the Central Region Coordinator for Girls Not Brides Uganda Alliance.

Our Partners

We partner with different stakeholder organizations for a greater impact in our community.