The Minister of Health, Dr Jane Ruth Aceng has allayed fears on the absence of blood in government hospitals.
National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) Managing Director Eng. Dr. Silver Mugisha called for increased awareness about maternal health issues to save mothers and children from death during labour.
Speaker of Parliament Anita Among has asked relevant government institutions to pay attention to the support offered by village health groups in improving access to health other essential services.
Efforts are underway to move towards injectable treatment for HIV/AIDS which will relieve HIV patients of the burden of taking drugs daily. This was revealed by the Executive Director of the Infectious Disease Institute (IDI), Dr.
As part of their annual corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative, the Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) has donated various medical equipment to Kawempe National Referral Hospital in support of the government’s efforts to improve maternal health and child care services.
dfcu Bank, under its dfcu Women in Business Program and Marie Stopes Uganda (MSU), launched a joint campaign that will allow the bank’s female customers to get access to free and specialised healthcare services for a period of one month.
The Deputy Speaker of Parliament Thomas Tayebwa said that leaders have an obligation to work towards finding a cure for children born with Down syndrome.
Cipla Quality Chemical Industries Limited (CiplaQCIL) has partnered with Mengo Rotary Blood Bank to relaunch its campaign named Hope in Every Drop to boost blood supply.
Uganda brought in a $20 million (about Shs74 billion) loan from the OPEC Fund for International Development (the OPEC Fund) to augment served delivery at the Uganda Heart Institute, which is located in Kampala.
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni emphasized the need to grasp the prevention concept in the health sector to ensure that 75 percent of diseases are prevented in Uganda.