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UGANDA SECURES MALARIA VACCINE ALLOCATION FROM GAVI

BY RICHARD DRASIMAKU ARUA: THURSDAY, JULY 06, 2023 Uganda is among twelve countries across different regions in Africa that are set to receive 18 million doses of the first-ever malaria vaccine over the next two years, the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the vaccine alliance, GAVI, have announced in a …

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South Karamoja medics receive capacity building on obstetric management.

By Timothy Eodu Select midwives from the districts of Amudat, Nakapiripirit, Nabilatuk, Napak and Moroto have completed a one week’s training on emergency response to obstetric operations, maternal and neonatal care, and gynecology among others. The training which was held at Moroto Regional Referral Hospital last week brought together medical …

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NEMA Launches Access to Benefits Sharing-ABS project in Karamoja

The Herbalists during the Inception meeting at KALIP in Moroto By Timothy Eodu National Environment Management Authority has launched the Access to Benefits Sharing-ABS project in Karamoja, partnering with a local Community Based Organization- Karamoja Women Cultural Group as the implementer. The launch that was held on Thursday 15th June …

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MORE KIDNEY PATIENTS FLOCK TO LIRA REGIONAL REFERRAL HOSPITAL FOR DIALYSIS

BY MARKO TAIBOT LIRA CITY: Monday, June 12, 2023 Lira regional referral Hospital is receiving a growing number of Kidney patience that require dialysis. It is the only facility that is managing dialysis in the Northern region. Lira Regional Referral Hospital through the help of Kiruddu National Referral Hospital has established …

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Extension services boost service delivery at Lotirir HC II

By Edward Akaki – Moroto Lotirir Health Centre II a church of Uganda founded Private Not For Profit (PNFP) facility located at Nawanatau village, Nawanatau Parish, Loputuk Sub-county Moroto district has enhanced service delivery by extending out-patients department services to the villages that have difficulties accessing the health facilities. According …

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