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Health Centers in Kwania Get Facelift

The repairs are being done in a phased manner and funded by the government in partnership with the World Bank under the Results-Based Financing (RBF) project. The repairs are being done in a phased manner and funded by the government in partnership with the World Bank under the Results-Based Financing (RBF) project.
A maternity ward at Inomo HCIII under renovation using RBF Fund

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Health Centers in Kwania district are undergoing repairs in a bid to improve service delivery. 

The repairs are funded by the government in partnership with the World Bank under the Results-Based Financing (RBF) project. 

In the 1st phase of the project, the district received 87 Million Shillings. Aduku Health Centre IV received 22 Million Shillings, Inomo Health Centre III 22 million shillings and Nambieso Health Centre III 15 million shillings.

Others are Apwori Health Center which got 17 Million Shillings and Abongomola Health Center III received 11 Million Shillings.

Paul Okello, the Secretary of Health and Education at Kwania District Local Government, believes the 5-years project will positively change the faces of health facilities in the district.

George KK Akaca, the Chairperson Health and Education at Kwania District Council says, that the construction of staff houses and renovations of maternity wards at different health facilities has started.

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Vicky Akello, Harriet Acio all expectant mothers are happy that Inomo Health Center III maternity ward was renovated. They note that it will increase the number of deliveries and women accessing antenatal services.

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Molly Grace Akello, an enrolled midwife at Inomo Health Center III notes that the numbers of deliveries at the facility have rapidly increased from 62 in July to 141 in August.

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Humphrey Ogwang, the in-charge Nambieso Health Center III explains that part of funds has helped them pay the 82 Village Health Teams and Traditional Birth Attendants to mobilize mothers to visit the health facility which has reduced cases of maternal deaths.

Ebii Isaac George, the in-charge Inomo Health Center III observes that face-lifting of the facility has greatly improved on health services placing Inomo Health Center III as one of the effective health centers in the district.

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