Bony Ojok, the Health Centre Assistant says the only borehole at the facility serves both community, patients and health staff. He said the number of people especially the seeking water for domestic use is overwhelming and inconveniencing.
Florence Acen, the District Deputy Chief Administrative Officer says that they will also rally other development partners to work closely with the Local Council leaders at the sub-county, parishes and village levels to ensure effective protection of children rights.
According to the Tooro Kingdom Lands Minister, Polly Kateeba, the structures working as Busoro Sub County headquarters also belonged to Tooro Kingdom before the abolition of kingdoms in 1967. Kateeba notes that they are not trying to stop the district from constructing on the land but they first want the district leaders to formally acknowledge that the land is for the kingdom and not for central government.
On Wednesday dozens of health workers arrived at their respective district hospitals and health centre IIIs and IVs to have the vaccine. However, they were left disappointed after they were told that the vaccines had not been delivered in time by the Ministry of Health.
Dr. Godfrey Kasirye, the Medical Superintendent Mukono General Hospital, says that much as the number of referrals and turn up of patients has increased, the number of health workers and equipment has never improved since they were elevated. He says there are about 80 health workers at the hospital.