James Oguma, the Aliwang HC III Management Committee Chairperson who who celebrated the handover of the ward, said they are faced with the challenge of shortage of beds, bed-sheets, Mattress and refrigerators amongst.
Aliwang HCIII in Otuke district has received a
new block worth Shillings 266M thanks to the Japanese government. The project
was financed by Japan’s Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Project
The projects comprised the construction of a
general ward, separate rooms for children, women and men, latrine block and
provision of furniture and equipment.
Handing over the project to the Health Center Management
on Friday, Horri Mizumoto, the Deputy Head of Mission of Japan to Uganda, said
the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Project is aimed at helping
lives of people at grassroots level.
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He disclosed that they have successfully executed 251 projects under the GGP in Uganda since 1992 when the
Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Project was launched.
scheme prioritises education, water and sanitation, health, Agriculture, gender
and other social development sector.
James Oguma, the Aliwang HC III Management
Committee Chairperson who who celebrated the handover of the ward, said they
are faced with the challenge of shortage of beds, bed-sheets, Mattress and
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Bishop Emeritus Joseph Franzeli who represented the Health
Department of Lira Diocese during the handover thanked the Japanese Government
for focusing on Health. He advised the Health Management team and
community to take good care of the facility.
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Bosco Odongo Obote, the Otuke District LC V chairperson, says
the construction of Aliwang Health Center III is a step towards the Sustainable
Development Goal- SDG number three that focuses on improved health care.
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Aliwang Health Center III provides preventive,
promotive and curative services to over 200,000 people in and outside Otuke