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15:04
15:04

Construction of Staff Houses for Entebbe Hospital Starts 2 6

Muhammad Mubiru, the Principal Hospital Administrator at Entebbe Hospital, says that 20 health workers will be accommodated units. He adds that the construction of the units is timely since the lack of accommodation poses a challenge to their performance.
14:18
14:18

Kitgum Registers Decline in Covid-19 Testing 3 1

Simon Knox Okongo, the Kitgum District Surveillance Focal Point Person says for nearly a week now, only about 20 people voluntarily turned up for RDT and PCR test in three designated Covid-19 testing centers.
14:00
14:00

Residents Struggle to Access Services as Drugs Rot in Apaa Health Centre II 3 3

Ferdinand Ojera Severio, the General Secretary Apaa Township says that at least ten lives of children and pregnant mothers in the area were lost in the area since last year due to the lack of better health services.
13:57
13:57

Prof Mbonye Forgave MoH Tormentors Before Dying - Wife Nakyobe Makerere University 5 1

Acclaimed as one of the country's most dedicated public servants, friends and family have eulogised Prof Anthony Mbonye as a dedicated medical professional who worked until he breathed his last. According to family and friends, Mbonye who served in many leadership positions within the health ministry was a man who was always in search for answers to the country's glaring health challenges
11:59
11:59

Sheema Complains of Low Uptake of Hepatitis B Vaccine MINISTRY OF HEALTH 2 1 Top story

According to Dr. Tumuhimbise, the Hepatitis B vaccines will expire in December this year. He attributes the poor uptake of the Hepatitis B vaccine to the COVID-19 pandemic, saying that there is a slow response ever since the pandemic broke out in the country,
11:59
11:59

Mukono Muncipality Residents Want Operations of Garbage Recycling Plant Revived 2

The plant was established in 2010 at 600 Million Shillings funded by World Bank. However, its operations stalled due to a lack of funds.
11:36
11:36

Opening of Coffins Containing Bodies of COVID-19 Victims Worries Nakasongola, Luwero Officials 2 1 Top story

At least four cases of mourners opening coffins of the COVID-19 victims have been reported in both districts.
11:02
11:02

Butenga Health Centre IV Struggles to Offer Maternity Services over Inaquate Supplies Ministry of Health 2 1

The Health Center IV is currently operating as the main hospital facility for the Bukomansimbi district, serving a population of more than 150,000 people.
10:52
10:52

Arua City, District Leaders, Arua Hospital Administration Clash Over Supervision 4 1 Top story

The Hospital Director, Dr. Filbert Nyeko told the officials that there is no legal instrument mandating them to supervise and assert their authority on the management of the hospital.
08:21
08:21

COVID-19: High Ambulance Costs Unavoidable-MOH Ministry of Health 2 1 Top story

Dr. John Baptist Wanyiaye, the commissioner in charge of emergency services in the health ministry, says that the government spends Shillings 200,000 to transport COVID-19 patients within Kampala.
06:47
06:47

New Report Finds Stark Inequalities in Access to HIV Treatment Among Young People

“Over 20 years ago, initiatives for families and children to prevent vertical transmission and to eliminate children dying of AIDS truly kick-started what has now become our global AIDS response. This stemmed from an unprecedented activation of all partners, yet, despite early and dramatic progress, despite more tools and knowledge than ever before, children are falling way behind adults and way behind our goals,” said Shannon Hader, UNAIDS Deputy Executive Director Programs.
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