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07:39
07:39

Gulu University Gets UGX 37M Patient Simulator 2 1

Dr. Francis Pabalo Pebolo, a lecturer at the university says the patient simulator will help to equip the medical students with practical skills before they progress to handle expectant mothers and babies.
12:07
12:07

Rotary International Presidential Envoy to Grace Districts Conference 2 3

She will be the most important guest at the conference and will preside over the “exchange of leadership chains,” a ritual that sees the handover of leadership from one district governor to a governor-elect.
10:16
10:16

Maternal Deaths Common in Health Center IIIs-Health Ministry maternal mortality 3 1

Currently, the maternal mortality rate in Uganda stands at 284 women per 100,000 live births
08:56
08:56

Rotary International Donates Vital Signs Equipment Worth UGX 350m To Four Districts 2 5

Some of the equipment includes a stethoscope, digital Blood Pressure machine, glucometer, and its strips, pulse oximeter, height rods, and infrared red thermometers among others.
16:04
16:04

Heart Institute Requests Rotary to Sponsor 100 More Children Surgeries Amid Backlog 2 4

Dr. John Omagino, the UHI Executive Director said Rotary has over the years been sponsoring a hundred children each year to go for surgery but this support is only a drop in the ocean as up to eight thousand children need this intervention each year. The Institute handles a total of about a thousand babies where some are self-sponsored by their parents as this surgery costs five thousand dollars, unaffordable to many Ugandans.
05:17
05:17

Kawempe Hospital Director Decries Understaffing, Congestion Maternal Health 4 1

According to Katusiime, last year, the number of mothers they received went down slightly to 21,300 because the majority couldn’t access care due to COVID-19 restrictions. On average they had been receiving 24000 mothers annually.
07:43
07:43

Nabagereka Calls for Emphasis on Cultural Ethos in Education 1

The Nabagereka made the remarks during the fourth Women in Rotary annual dinner held at Kampala Serena Hotel. The event, spearheaded by the Rotary Club of Kampala-Naalya was also a fundraiser for the completion of a modern science and computer laboratory at Akwang Hills Secondary School in Agago district.
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