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23:36
23:36

Fourteen People Still Succumb to Malaria Daily Despite High Bed Net Coverage Ministry of Health 1 2

Aceng says the US government through USAID and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has provided funding of up to $40million asking Uganda to use the money to reduce malaria infections by half in especially highest burden areas of Karamoja, Busoga, Lango and Westnile where prevalence goes to the highs of 22% against the 9% national average.
13:26
13:26

Uganda Secures USD 22m From USAID COVID-19 Assistance to Africa

This new funding will provide urgently needed food and nutrition assistance, health care, protection services, and psychosocial support for people in seven countries across Africa.
16:03
16:03

USAID Maternal Health Project Exposes Flaws in Free Health Care 1

In the 35 districts where the project was being implemented, even as some had health center IIIs and IVs that can offer maternal and child health services including Caesarean section births, they would choose to part with some money to seek care from their 146 facilities.
12:42
12:42

USAID to Train Health Workers on New COVID -19 Treatment Protocols 1

USAID Global Malaria Coordinator and COVID-19 Task Force Leader Dr Kenneth Staley said that already the agency has given USD 3.6 million COVID specific assistance to the country but about USD 1.3 million was tagged to activities meant to help refugees and their host communities.
15:41
15:41

Billions of COVID-19 Cash Not Reached Ministry - Dr. Atwiine World Bank 2

The World Bank diverted $15million from the Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health Services Improvement Project and Atwiine says this money is partly utilized to buy reagents, test kits and PPE. However, while other donors have recently announced new funds to the country including USAID that announced $2.3million new support to the country last week, Atwiine says they have no information about this.
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