Tag Archives: Dr Jane Ruth Aceng

DR JANE RUTH ACENG ,DIANA ATWINE INFLUENCE UGANDANS TO SLEEP UNDER MOSQUITO NETS

By Goodluck Musinguzi Ministry of Health leaders have come out to influence Ugandans to sleep under the mosquito nets to avert malaria disease related death. Hon Jane Ruth Aceng, Minister of Health has come to give political support to the campaign of sleeping under the long lasting treated mosquito nets. …

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EXTRA-ORDINARY LEADERSHIP AT MINISTRY OF HEALTH- ROSA MALANGO

By Goodluck Musinguzi Congratulatory messages continue to come in after Uganda was named among the 10 countries that have suppressed COVID19 in the whole World. Some Ugandans have focused on allegations or some challenges at Ministry of Health to make conclusions but data at the United Nations showed Uganda had …

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EXTRA-ORDINARY LEADERSHIP AT MINISTRY OF HEALTH- ROSA MALANGO

By Goodluck Musinguzi Congratulatory messages continue to come in after Uganda was named among the 10 countries that have suppressed COVID19 in the whole World. Some Ugandans have focused on allegations or some challenges at Ministry of Health to make conclusions but data at the United Nations showed Uganda had …

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USE YOUR MOSQUITO NET REGULARLY, DONT BE COMPLACENT

By Goodluck Musinguzi The Government of Uganda is distributing long lasting treated mosquito nets to all households in a bid to fight against mosquitoes that cause malaria disease. However, several studies show there are three categories of mosquito net non-use that are recognized within this framework: 1) Some are living …

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MINISTRY OF HEALTH SUCCESSFULLY DISTRIBUTES MOSQUITO NETS IN SOUTH WESTERN UGANDA  

  By Goodluck Musinguzi After four weeks since the Ministry of Health announced Wave two that targeted 28 districts with distribution of long lasting mosquito nets, the process has come to an end after distributing close to 5 million nets.   The first wave covered 25 districts that were selected …

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EMBRACE LONG LASTING TREATED MOSQUITO NETS, IT’S ONE OF THE STRATEGIES TO FIGHT MALARIA

By Goodluck Musinguzi Hon Jane Ruth Aceng , Minister of Health has asked Ugandans to embrace long lasting treated mosquito nets because its one of the strategies in the fight against malaria. Others include lavaciding, indoor spray and treat people whose family members are sick with malaria. She says the …

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FIGHTING MALARIA USING LARVACIDE MOVES TO LIRA AFTER NATIONAL LAUNCH WAS HELD IN KIGEZI REGION

By Goodluck Musinguzi President Yoweri Museveni has directed the Ministry of Health to develop serious interventions against malaria which has become a threat to human life. They include distribution of long lasting insecticide mosquito nets, indoor spraying, treating family members of those who have malaria and now lavicide. Hon Jane …

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UGANDA CANCER INSTITUTE TO STOP REFERRALS ABROAD AFTER ACQUIRING STATE OF THE ART MACHINERY

By Goodluck Musinguzi Uganda is set to handle referrals of Cancer treatment from East Africa and any other country after buying state of the art machinery that are not on the African Continent. Hon Jane Ruth Aceng, Minister of Health announced, “Good news to Cancer treatment in Uganda. The government …

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KAWEMPE SPECIALIZED NATIONAL REFERRAL HOSPITAL’S NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT REFURBISHED

By Goodluck Musinguzi Hon Jane Ruth Aceng , Minister of Health commissioned the newly refurbished and equipped Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Kawempe National Referral Hospital. This unit was refurbished with support from Mobile Telephone Network(MTN), UNFPA,UNICEFUganda. MTN Uganda working through UNFPA invested a total of UGX 363,915,250 into the …

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CURBING COVID-19 IN EASTERN UGANDA, MINISTRY OF HEALTH OPENS REGIONAL EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER IN MBALE

By Goodluck Musinguzi Gains of the lock down that put Uganda among a few countries that had gained near perfect health measures against COVID-19 are slowly being lost. Apart from Schools, churches and Entertainment services, the other sectors were opened up after several petitions and promises of following Standard Operating …

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