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16:57
16:57

Mbarara COVID-19 Vaccination Centers Register Low Uptake Of Booster Dose MInistry of Health 1 4

Harrison Kagure, the head of Communication at the COVID-19 Treatment Center in Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital, says only 288 people have turned up for the booster COVID-19 dose in the last three weeks.
08:09
08:09

New Wave of Theft Hits Health Facilities in Teso MInistry of Health 1 1

In Soroti district, unknown assailants broke into Ojom HC II in Oculoi Sub County on May 2, 2022. The thugs made off with all the medical supplies in the facility. Police investigations indicate that the thieves took away 82 boxes of coartem for adults and children and other drugs, whose value hasn’t been established.
14:07
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MOH Blames Failure to Hit Covid-19 Vaccination Targets on Complacency MInistry of Health 3 1

The Ministry had set out to have vaccinated all the targeted 22million people by end of March, but Kyabayinze says they are still struggling to have half of those fully vaccinated and therefore they cannot start enforcing punitive vaccination mandates.
07:15
07:15

MoH Launches Nationwide Wheelchair Donation in Lira MInistry of Health 5 2

Health Minister Dr Jane Ruth Aceng explained that access to assistive technologies such as wheelchairs, white canes, and tricycles, among others, remains a big challenge for the rehabilitation of persons with disabilities. She added that the donation is aimed at ensuring all rehabilitative health care services are accessible.
17:47
17:47

Uganda Registering Cases of Extra Drug-Resistant TB-Experts MInistry of Health 2

Dr. John Paul Otuba, a TB specialist working in Mulago's TB Treatment unit, says the main cause of XDR TB is manmade. He says many patients with Multiple Drug Resistant TB (MDR TB) and XDR fail to adhere to the treatment.
18:05
18:05

Moroto Hospital Director Transferred to Soroti Over Insecurity- MoH MInistry of Health 1 4

Dr. Charles Olaro, the Director of Curative Services in the Ministry of Health explains that because of the recent insecurity in Karamoja, some of the staff were not sleeping in their houses.
10:06
10:06

Lira Vaccinates 102% of Targeted Children Against Polio MInistry of Health 3 1

Dr. Patrick Buchan Ocen, the District Health Officer who attributed the good performance to strong mobilization explained that all sub counties met their vaccination target.
18:35
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Mother Enrolls Children into Bricklaying to Beat Lockdown Hardships MInistry of Health 1 2

Madrine Namulema joined a local association of clay bricklayers in the area and gradually, she also introduced her four children aged between seven to 13 years to the same work, from which they earned reasonable income for a period of over one year now.
18:38
18:38

Gov’t Starts Mass Treatment of River Blindness Among South Sudan Refugees MInistry of Health 2 1

David Oguttu, the programme Manager for the National Onchocerciasis Elimination programme says enrolling the refugees in mass treatment will help Uganda achieve its policy of eliminating Onchocerciasis.
17:11
17:11

Health Ministry Launches New 12 billion Disease Surveillance System MInistry of Health 2

The system will be able deployed in all parts of the country and will be able to detect future epidemics in the country. As part of the new system, health workers and members of the community will be able to report suspicious diseases early which will then be monitored by epidemiologist at the command center in Kampala
12:16
12:16

Teachers in Lira Embrace COVID-19 Vaccination MInistry of Health 6 1

On Monday, a total of 220 teachers had received their first dose while 151 received their second dose.
16:54
16:54

Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination for Teachers Commences in Kitgum Sinovac Vaccine 1 2

Kitgum District Education Officer Fred Owot told Uganda Radio Network in an interview on Monday that they target to vaccinate 5,000 staff from all learning institutions in the district. He says about 3,000 of those targeted are teaching staff while 2,000 are support staff from Nursery, primary, secondary and tertiary institutions within the Municipality and sub-counties.
10:59
10:59

More Mothers Delivering from Health Centres in Luwero District maternal death 5 1

The Ministry of Health rolled out the Result Based Financing (RBF) project in Luwero district in 2019, with an aim of improving Reproductive, Maternal and Child health. And the Ministry has injected 1.16 billion Shillings into the project to enable mothers to benefit from a package of high quality and cost-effective interventions.
12:52
12:52

Slow COVID-19 Vaccination Among Teachers Irk Nwoya Leaders Coronavirus Disease 3

George Butele Ayiba, the Nwoya District Education Officer says of the 574 teachers, less than half of them have been vaccinated and the majority of them are yet to receive their first jab because of a lack of will to embrace the exercise.
11:18
11:18

Health Workers Complain of Reduced Risk Allowances MInistry of Health 1 Top story

“I received the money but not satisfied with the amount sent. I expected more than just one million shillings but the ministry has paid me less and no one is explaining why the money was deducted”, the medic who preferred anonymity because of victimization by the management said.
08:12
08:12

Serere Still Registers Many Malaria Cases After Indoor Residual Spray Serere HC1V 1 1

Dr. Francis Odeke, the Serere District Health Officer, says that they have continued to register many malaria cases in health facilities across the district even after IRS. He says that malaria cases in Akoboi Parish in Atiira Sub County almost became a pandemic last month that stretched health systems in the district.
11:36
11:36

Gulu Hospital Secures US$5.3M for Construction of Regional Incinerator waste management 1 1 Top story

Currently, different health facilities across the Region struggle to transport their wastes for disposal at the national incinerator in Nakasongola District.
10:50
10:50

Hundreds Flock Soroti Hospital for COVID-19 Vaccination Dr. Wilson Etolu 1 1

Francis Elianu, the headteacher of Alem primary school in Kaberamaido district is one of the people who travelled to Soroti for COVID-19 vaccination. He says that he is the first person to get the jab from his school.
12:30
12:30

Nabilatuk District Officials Shun COVID-19 Vaccination MInistry of Health 1 2

Since the district launched COVID-19 vaccination on March 18th, only 32 people have been vaccinated. Nabilatuk received 1,100 doses of the vaccines in the first phase. But only 19 out of 66 health workers have been vaccinated whiles 13 others are frontline workers like the support staff, teachers and soldiers.
13:50
13:50

Amuru Authorities Appeal for more COVID-19 Vaccines MInistry of Health 2

Amuru district currently has a total of 486 health workers, at least 1200 teachers and at least 30,000 elderly people. These categories have been classified as the priority group to receive the vaccines.
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