AFTER years of living in dilapidated structures, Nyenga Hospital staff have finally acquired new houses.
Families of eight members of staff that have been living in structures that were built along with the first dispensary in the 1940s, will now enjoy proper living conditions.
The hospital administrator, Sr. Jane Francis Nakafeero, said on Saturday that Manos Unidas, a charity in Spain, provided the funds for the construction of the houses.
Speaking at the official opening of the semi-detached houses, Nakafeero expressed gratitude towards the representatives from Manos Unidas, Joanne Foxford and Maria Jover, for their financial support.
â€œWe thank you for assisting us to improve the conditions under which the staff were living.â€
She revealed that the same organisation had sent more money to build two more houses.
â€œAfter they were satisfied with the accountability, our friends gave us more money to build two new houses,â€ she said.
Foxford hailed the administrators and staff of Nyenga Hospital for their hard work and dedication towards saving peopleâ€™s lives.
Nyenga Hospital staff get houses