EDUCATION

UGANDA HAS 25 OXYGEN PLANTS,MULAGO HAS 8 PRODUCING 3 MILLION LITERS PER DAY

By Goodluck Musinguzi Mulago National Referral Hospital is producing 3 million liters of oxygen per day after 4 plants started functioning in November 2020. According to the National Scale Up of Medical Oxygen Implementing plan 2018-2022, aims to increase availability and utilization of oxygen inhigher level facilities. Each Referral Hospital …

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UGANDA RECORDS 200 DEATH,AS KABALE DISTRICT REGISTER 12 COVID CASES

By Goodluck Musinguzi Uganda has surpassed the 200 mark of registered Covid19 death after four months since it registered the first death. On 23rd July 2020, It was a sombre evening at the Ministry of Health boardroom as Director General Services Henry Mwebesa announced the first death due to Covid-19, …

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WEARING MASK VERSUS NOT WEARING MASKS, THE PAIN OF TREATING POSITIVE COVID19 PATIENTS

By Goodluck Musinguzi Many people are not putting on masks on the streets in the suburbs of the main towns of Uganda. One person with a mask is among 30 or more people without. The Ministry of Health announced Stage 4, whereCovid19 spread is practically uncontrollable and there are many …

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“I CHOOSE PEACE FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW” MULTIMEDIA CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED IN UGANDA

By Goodluck Musinguzi A multi-media campaign “I Choose Peace for Today and Tomorrow” has been launched in Kampala Capital City by Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD) and its local partners the political parties with representation in Parliament. At a colorful ceremony at Serena International Conference Center ran by Serena …

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TAKING COVID19 FIGHT TO THE VILLAGES,STOP ADDRESSING IT IN PAST- RT HON RUGUNDA PRIME MINISTER

By Goodluck Musinguzi Rt Hon Dr Ruhakana Rugunda ,Prime Minister of Uganda has rolled out the creation of Village Covid 19 Taskforces as part of the implementation of the Community Engagement Strategy to fight the pandemic. He was joined by the Deputy Prime Minister Rt Hon Moses Ali, Hon Joyce …

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UGANDAN’S RELIGIOUS LEADERS UNITE AGAINST MALARIA DISEASE

By Goodluck Musinguzi Mufti Shaban Mubajje head of Uganda Muslim Supreme Council and Archbishop Stephen Mugalu Kazimba of Church of Uganda have joined Ministry of Health in the fight against mosquitoes that cause mlaria disease which is a leading killer disease in Uganda. Dr Diana Atwine, Permanent Secretary Ministry of …

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FIGHTING MALARIA IN UGANDA REDUCES THE RISK TO INTERNATIONAL TRAVELERS

By Goodluck Musinguzi International travelers are advised against Malaria disease because of imported infections. Malaria cases were on the rise amongst travelers in June 2015, Public Health England (PHE) reported an overall increase of 5.7% in imported malaria infections. Countries reported a rise in imported malaria cases and travelers are …

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IS COVID19 EXPOSING THE GREED OF PRIVATE HOSPITALS, MINISTRY OF HEALTH GIVING VALUE BASED CARE

By Goodluck Musinguzi 145 Ugandans have died from Covid19 related complications according to Ministry of Health updates that are posted on their website and social media pages. Most of these people who have died first reported to PRIVATE HOSPITALS before being referred to government hospitals around the country. Why are …

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VICE PRESIDENT SSEKANDI FLAGS OFF MOSQUITO NET DISTRIBUTION IN BUGANDA,TESO AND KARAMOJA

By Goodluck Musinguzi Vice President Edward Ssekandi has launched Wave 3 of Mosquito Net Distribution under the theme “Chase Malaria to zero” in Masaka district. He was flanked by State Minister for Health, Robinah Nabbanja, Under Secretary, Geoffrey Seremba, Opigo Jimmy and Richard Kabanda both commissioners at Ministry of Health. …

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THREE ANGLICAN DIOCESES IN WESTERN UGANDA SIGN WITH PROSPER MAMA AFRICA AN NGO TO MECHANIZE VILLAGE MODELS

By Goodluck Musinguzi Prosper Mama Africa (PMA), a Ugandan non-governmental organization that supports farmers to mechanize their farming and collectively grow market-demanded crops as a community, has partnered with three Anglican dioceses to scale their resilient village model program in western Uganda. The three Anglican dioceses that will implement this program include …

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