Moroccan born American rapper French Montana seems really determined to help the Ugandan community.
Early this week, the “Unforgettable” rapper met Ugandan Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Uganda to the United Nations H.E Dr. Adonia Ayebare to discuss maternal and child health.
The rapper shared on his twitter saying: “Just met w/UG Amb @adoniaayebare to discuss how we can work together & improve health for moms &kids.”
The move is part of the global citizen campaign that intends to garner support from African leaders into supporting and uplifting health and rights of women and children.
French Montana’s meeting with the Ambassador was aimed at laying foundation to;
-Reduce the number of women, who die in childbirth by providing basic natal healthcare,
-Reduce the number of kids who die senselessly under-five due to diseases as basic as pneumonia and diarrhea in every country
-Make sure all kids can get immunized and can access life-saving vaccines by 2020 among others.
It shall be remembered that earlier, French Montana after his visit to Uganda donated $100,000 (about Shs350 million) to Suubi Health Centre, a healthy facility located in Lubanda village, Iganga district.
The funds were received by Mama Hope, an organization which supports entrepreneurship worldwide to help uplift kids from tough backgrounds.