In just 60 pages, the book which features images and illustrations and has been reviewed by the Ministry of Health details what one needs to know about the various types of diabetes, the red flags for one to go for screening, self-care, what a patient should always look out for, and what caretakers should do in case of emergency
Anjilo Opio, the area LC I chairperson says the workers approached him on Saturday, saying that they would leave the site due to nonpayment and of construction materials on the site. He says that the workers handed the keys for the store, which has a few bags of cement, iron bars, gumboots and some overalls.
Martin Habana’bakiza, the Chairperson of Uganda Nurses’ Association Kisoro branch who led the protest, said that much as President, Yoweri Museveni approved the increment of the nurses’ lunch allowances to Shillings 15,000 each day and their assistants Shillings 10,000, nurses in Kisoro are yet to benefit.
Agago District Chairperson Leonard Ojok Opio says that they are working around the clock and engaging the Public Service Commission for an increment in the wage bill to allow them to recruit more staff. He says currently the district has a shortage of close to 500 teachers while the health sector alone requires about 100 staff considering that some health facilities will be elevated from Health Center II to Health Center III.
According to Lovisa, she was abused when her stepmother was away from home. She recalls her father came to her bed at night and forced himself onto her before threatening to end her life if she told anyone what had happened.
Anthony Kushaba, the Ntungamo district Communications Officer, says that Bakamuturaki collapsed in a Sauna at Ntungamo Resort Hotel on Sunday evening and was rushed to Amazing Grace clinic where he was pronounced dead on arrival.