Tag Archives: Dr Diana Atwine

REMEMBERING COVID19 IN 2020: CORONAVIRUS WILL BE DEFEATED BY OUR BEHAVIORS- UGANDA’S PRESIDENT MUSEVENI

PRESIDENT MUSEVENI WARNS UGANDANS AGAINST CORONAVIRUS,ITS DISRUPTIVE AND INCONVENIENT. OUR PERSONAL BEHAVIOUR By Goodluck Musinguzi On 29th February 2020 Kigezi News Published this story as Covid19 Pandemic was starting to spread around the Globe President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda has rallied Ugandans and all foreigners to be aware of the …

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AMBULANCE SERVICES BOOSTED IN UGANDA, MINISTRY OF HEALTH DELIVERS

By Goodluck Musinguzi Ambulance Services in Uganda Governmwnt of Uganda has approved a new Emergency Medical Services Strategic Plan. This will change management of ambulances from health facility based to a Regionalized System coordinated at 14 regional referral centres to manage calls & dispatch, fueling & maintenance of ambulances. So …

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PRESIDENT MUSEVENI TO COMMISSION NEWLY CONSTRUCTED KAYUNGA HOSPITAL TODAY

By Goodluck Musinguzi President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is expected in Kayunga District to commission the newly constructed Kayunga Hospital which has been upgraded to a Referral Hospital. The newly rehabilited and expanded Kayunga Hospital in Uganda now boasts of the following: New Main Hospital Complex for: OPD, Laboratory, Radiology, Accident …

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PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR 2020, DR ACENG, DR DIANA,MINISTRY OF HEALTH FOR FIGHTING COVID19,MALARIA

By Goodluck Musinguzi Coronavirus(Covid19) pandemic raised the prominence of health sector across Nations of the World. The Global Policy is about health of the people because the pandemic paralyzed foundations of Countries. In Uganda, Ministry of Health has been the most visible sector as our life depended on it for …

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STOLEN MOSQUITO NETS INTERCEPTED WITH SHOP KEEPERS IN IGANGA DISTRICT

By Goodluck Musinguzi Security Agencies in Eastern Uganda have intercepted scrupulous businessmen from Iganga District with 42 bales of long lasting mosquito nets that were distributed by Ministry of Health in Idudi Town Council last week. Gad Rugaju, the Resident District Commissioner said the mosquito nets worthy 25 million shillings …

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BREAKING NEWS: OVER 29 FEARED DEAD IN LAKE ALBERT WATER ACCIDENT, BOAT AMBULANCES ARRIVING

By Goodluck Musinguzi Strong wind hit a boat in Lake Albert which capsized with close to 50 people who were going to trade at Panyimur fish market in Pakwach district early this week. Rescue efforts managed to save 21 lives while the dead bodies are over 20. Congolese and Ugandan …

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EVERY THREE YEARS MINISTRY OF HEALTH WILL BE DISTRIBUTING MOSQUITO NETS

By Goodluck Musinguzi “We will be distributing over 27,000,000 nets to all districts in Uganda. We expect to complete this exercise by the end of this calendar year”, Dr Diana Atwine Permanent Secretary Ministry of Health declared after the lockdown was lifted. The last mass distribution of Mosquito nets in …

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HARASSED TO ACCOUNT FOR MONEY THAT WAS NOT RECEIVED, MINISTRY OF HEALTH SHAMES MONITORS FOR USING PHONE CALLS

By Goodluck Musinguzi The Ministry of Health has come out to shame those individuals using social media to harass officials over a fake report that has not been signed by Ms. Annette Mutoni Kyakuwa of the Budget Monitoring and Accountability Unit of the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development. …

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MULAGO OXYGEN PLANTS HAVE SAVED THOUSANDS OF COVID19 PATIENTS, SOME CONSUME 40 LITERS PER MINUTE

By Goodluck Musinguzi Eight years ago Mulago National Referral Hospital used to spend SHS 800 million buying oxygen per year until it installed its own 4 plants, with COVID19 pandemic the same hospital will have spent shs 10 billion on oxygen if they had not added new 4 plants. Thank …

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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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