HOW KAMPALA,WAKISO RESIDENTS EMBRACED UNDER THE MOSQUITO NET CAMPAIGN

By Goodluck Musinguzi

The government of Uganda and it’s partners through Ministry of health distributed millions of long lasting mosquito nets to residents of Kampala and Wakiso.

The Ministry of Health working with sister Ministry of Kampala and Local Government managed to deploy enough personnel that reached to households in villages.

Dr Diana Atwine, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Health thanked the teams that worked tirelessly to reach millions of people in a record time.

“We are determined to fight malaria disease even in the midst of the pandemic. Malaria continues to be Uganda’s most killer disease”.

The people of Kampala and Wakiso amidst a political season knew securing their lives was much important.

Teams registering people were welcomed very well and later received the mosquito nets at designated points in a village.

The Ministry of Health was hiring stores in villages so that there’s easy access to long lasting mosquito nets.

Youth supported the exercise by assisting the Ministry reach to the beneficiaries. They never showed any indifference to the exercise.

About Goodluck Musinguzi

Born on 12th March 1979 in Kabale district, South Western Uganda near the Rwanda and Eastern Congo Borders. Started Journalism around 1999, the Kibwetere inferno was a turn around. Entatsi newspaper and Monitor FM were interested in my stories. I covered extensively the Amama Mbabazi-Garuga Musinguzi Parliamentary elections extensively for Monitor Newspaper,Monitor FM, Voice of Kigezi and Entatsi Newspaper. Later I worked with Uganda Radio Network. Newvision gave me opportunity to cover War in Eastern Congo. Did investigation stories. Am now the Chief Executive Officer Kigezi News Agency Limited, we publish for a number of websites in Uganda.

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