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Bundibugyo Ebola Survivor Narrates Ordeal

15 Sep 2019 · Mpanga, a resident of Busaru Sub County in Bundibugyo district, recalls that trouble started in July 2007 when his brother-in-law attended the burial of a person who was suspected to have died of Ebola in Ngamba Sub County.

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Bundibugyo Ebola Survivor Narrates Ordeal health worker 5 1

Mpanga, a resident of Busaru Sub County in Bundibugyo district, recalls that trouble started in July 2007 when his brother-in-law attended the burial of a person who was suspected to have died of Ebola in Ngamba Sub County.
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Mbale Hospital Hit By Drug Stock Out 1 4

The stock-out that has lasted now for two months has caused uproar among the patients because they forced to buy drugs and gloves before being attended to.
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Woman in Agago Dies Giving Birth in Witchdoctor’s Shrine

The deceased Suzan Akot in her 30’s reportedly died on Friday after delivering a baby boy, 800 meters away from her home.
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Kalangala Gets Equipped Medical Facility 1 2

The facility located in Kalangala town will help especially pregnant mothers in need of emergency treatment. It is equipped with Ultrasound scanning machines, regular scanning machines and x - rays services which have been lacking in other facilities in the district.
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People With Suicidal Thoughts On the Increase - Mental Health Expert 2

According to the data released Tuesday, WHO put the number of deaths due to suicide worldwide at 800,000 annually.
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Nurses and Midwives Examination Board Asks Gov’t to Change Entry Points 3 1

Currently, for a student to be admitted to a nursing school, they need to have scored at least a pass in science subjects like Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics plus English. The board now wants the entry requirements changed so that only students with credits in science-related subjects can be admitted.
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Lack of Contacts Delayed Retirement of Mentally Ill Staff in Nakaseke 1

The district council recently faulted the Uganda Medical Board for failing to endorse the retirement of up to 12 staff who were no longer able to perform their duties as a result of ill health. Although the affected staff are no longer working, the district could not replace them until their files are disposed of by the medical council.