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08:24
08:24

Name and Shame Approach Raises Latrine Coverage in Atongtidi MInistry of Health 3

A baseline survey conducted by Kwania District Health Officers in June 2022 showed that 3,705 households out of the 5,700 households in Atongtidi were answering nature’s call in bushes. The report prompted the Sub County council to enact a by-law to protect residents from getting hygiene-related infections.
07:15
07:15

MoH Launches Nationwide Wheelchair Donation in Lira MInistry of Health 5 2

Health Minister Dr Jane Ruth Aceng explained that access to assistive technologies such as wheelchairs, white canes, and tricycles, among others, remains a big challenge for the rehabilitation of persons with disabilities. She added that the donation is aimed at ensuring all rehabilitative health care services are accessible.
18:35
18:35

Mother Enrolls Children into Bricklaying to Beat Lockdown Hardships MInistry of Health 1 2

Madrine Namulema joined a local association of clay bricklayers in the area and gradually, she also introduced her four children aged between seven to 13 years to the same work, from which they earned reasonable income for a period of over one year now.
12:12
12:12

Lira City Residents Discard COVID-19 SOPs MInistry of Health 4 2

Although the government ordered strict enforcement of social distancing in markets and all public places and wearing of face masks, the guidelines have been discarded in Lira City.
07:36
07:36

Health Ministry Launches UGX 4B Project to Fight Elephantiasis in Lango sightsavers 4

Gabriel Matwale, the Program Manager Community Health and Vector Control Division at MoH, says they intend to operate 7,000 people to address both hydrocele and elephantiasis in Lango. He encouraged victims to embrace the program, saying their condition is manageable.
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