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09:28
09:28

Mudukaki Recognized For Contributing Towards Professionalising Nursing in Uganda government 1 1

Mudukaki started practising nursing in 1952 and worked in Iganga and Tororo district hospitals before she was deployed at Mulago National Referral Hospital. Upon her retirement, Mudukaki worked as a school nurse at Buddo Senior Secondary School for six years, before opening a private clinic that she later closed after developing cardiac challenges.
13:47
13:47

In Kamuli, Residents Stopped Waiting for Gov’t to Construct Health Centres 6 1

Flavia Nakato, a resident of Budhubirwa village in Bugulumbya Sub-County says that for decades their parish has had no health unit. Expectant mothers and other sick people have been trekking distances to access health services from far away from sub-counties, and according to Nakato, many were delivering babies on the roadside after failing to make it to the distant health centres.
14:43
14:43

Residents Storm Eatery Protesting Being Fed Python Meat victim 2

Juliet Babirye, one of the victims, says the eatery sells affordable mudfish and none of them ever suspected that the owner would serve them snake meat. “We always eat mudfish from this local eatery, since the owner sells to us reasonable boiled pieces of fish at 500 Shillings each, but, it surprised me that, he would stoop this low and sell to us snake meat instead,” she said.
07:15
07:15

Kadaga Asks Village Leaders to Take Over Enforcement of COVID-19 Guidelines coronavirus 1 2

Kadaga, who was speaking at the launch of the distribution of government face masks in Kamuli district on Saturday said that most communities have abandoned the presidential directives on social distancing and handwashing, putting them at a higher risk of contracting COVID-19 in case of an outbreak.
19:29
19:29

Patients Stuck as Health Workers Abandon Hospitals to Attend Vaccination Training people 3 1

The nurses are attending the nationwide training ahead of the age-wide national Measles-Rubella vaccination campaign which is due to run from the October 16-20 targeting children older than 9 months to under 15 years of age. At the same time, a booster dose of oral polio vaccine will be given to all children younger than five years of age.
18:18
18:18

Three Health Workers in Kamuli Interdicted over Alleged Extortion woman

The three were interdicted after soliciting a bribe of 600,000 Shillings from a cervical cancer patient whose names have been withheld before agreeing to carry out surgery.
14:00
14:00

Kamuli Hospital Health Workers Strike, Patients Stranded 1 1

The health workers are protesting against the hospital superintendent, Livingstone Daaki whom they accuse of harassing them.
13:23
13:23

Police Probes Kamuli Medical Superintendent Over Assault police station 1 Top story

Nangobi alleges that on July 2nd 2018, Daaki tasked her to monitor a mother who had gone through cesarean section but she couldnt stay around until late in the night since she is pregnant. She requested Daaki to allow her to leave but he instead slapped her and forced her back into the ward.
18:16
18:16

DP Activist Donates Fumigation Chemicals to Kamuli Prisons democratic party

Bigirwa handed over the donation to Vicente Ojera, the Officer in Charge of Kamuli Prisons on Thursday morning at the prisons.
14:25
14:25

Surgical Glove Stock Out Hits Kamuli General Hospital examination gloves 3 1

Lillian Nabalyango, the In charge of the Maternity Ward at Kamuli General Hospital, says the gloves ran out of stock in April. She explains that currently they only have few gloves for emergency cases.
12:59
12:59

Hand Washing a Challenge in Kamuli Schools public hygiene 1 2

Robert Wakolera, the deputy head teacher of Kamuli Township Day and Boarding Primary School says that the school cannot sustainably provide soap to a population of over 2,000 pupils.
12:34
12:34

Kamuli Residents Complain of Buseeta Rock Blasts isimba dam 2

Namwase says despite lodging a complaint with the Chinese firm, there is no sign that she will be compensated for the damage to the house and garden.
11:36
11:36

Kamuli Hospital Medics Accused of Extortion medical workers

Patients claim that they are charged between 10,000 and 50,000 shillings by the medical workers before getting attention. The most affected are those admitted in the casualty, maternity wards and those requiring simple operations at Kamuli hospital.
11:58
11:58

Maternal and Infant Mortality Rates in Kamuli Worry Health Officials infant deaths 2

Blandina Nakiganda, the Kamuli District Health Officer says in the 2011/2012 financial year, they lost 101 children out of every 1000 births and 217 out of 100 mothers during delivery.
13:22
13:22

900 Miss Out on Free Medical Circumcision female circumcision

Over 900 people in Kamuli district have missed on the free medical male circumcision because of lack of surgical equipment over the past three months.
10:30
10:30

Kamuli in Child HIV Campaign

Dr Dina Nakigandamade, the District health officer, said child health is critical and children who are HIV positive need closer attention.
14:44
14:44

Kamuli Market in appaling Hygienic Condition 2

The hygiene situation of Kamuli market is appalling. It lacks a proper drainage channel, piped water and garbage skips. It also has a single toilet that is shared by 300 vendors operating in the market.
11:51
11:51

Safe Water Eludes Homes in Kamuli safe water in homes 1

Most homes in Kamuli have been eluded by lack of clean water supply leaving residents to rely on unprotected water sources. As result, residents mostly children are affected by waterborne disease.
10:12
10:12

Kamuli Hospital hit by Power Black Out for Two Weeks

Kamuli Referral hospital has suspended complicated surgical procedures following a break down of the transformer supplying power to the hospital. The transformer broke down, two weeks ago.
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