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Anti33 Campaign Launched To Save Children From Dying Of Water Related Diseases

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In a bid to reduce number of children dying of water related diseases, anew campaign dubbed Anti33 campaign has been launched courtesy of Nyonta Relief  Non Profit Organisation. “Water like air, belongs not only to those who can pay for it  but  belongs to those who are thirsty. This is our main goal to raise and mobilise for the vulnerable ...

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Private Sector Asked To Fund HIV Trust Fundraisers

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Prof Vinand Nantulya the Chairperson for One Dollar HIV/Aids  initiative Uganda has asked the private sector and individuals to contribute towards HIV/AIDS prevention trust fund. He says donors are stressed and no longer fund HIV/Aids prevention activities. He said of the $350million HIV/Aids budget fund to the country 95% of the contribution is by donors while government contributes only $20million. ...

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Because Of American Hospital Care Being So Expensive, Employers Are Sending Their Workers Abroad For Treatment

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Some employers in United States of America have started sending their workers abroad for treatment because the American Hospital care costs are so high. Check also: Here Are New Drugs And Therapies That Helps Us Live Longer According to New York Times reports, the employers send patients with American doctors alongside them to provide proper health care. Hospital care costs are ...

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Government Secures $41 Million For Hospital Rehabilitation

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Ugandan government through Ministry of Health has secured $41 million from General electrics a United States of America company for the rehabilitation of 45 regional referral hospitals. The money that will come in form of a grant will be used to purchase MRI machines,ultra scan and other modern machines to ensure that services are provided to patients at district level. ...

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Ugandan Medical Student, Julius Nuwagaba Earns International Award For Project To Improve Community Health

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PHILADELPHIA, UNITED STATES– Julius Nuwagaba of Kampala, Uganda, a medical student at Makerere University School of Medicine, is one of 12 students from around the world named recipients of the 2019 Student Projects for Health awards presented by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG®) and its Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER®). As a recipient of ...

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