This year’s International Fistula Day under the theme: “Fistula is a human rights violation-end it now.” was held at Nyarushanje Model Primary School in...
Sarah Opendi, state minister for health told Parliament that many Ugandans take the first dose with few returning for the second and third doses.
The minister told the house that with effect from November 1, 2018, the Cancer Institute started implementing revised fees charged at an increased rate...
“From July we shall have the funds and the drugs,” Opendi.
"We do not want to see mothers who have come to health facilities to deliver, but end up with a different disease because of poor hygiene and sanitation,”...
Statistics indicate that the proportion of the national budget that is spent on the health sector has been declining over the years.
The Uganda Cancer Institute was chosen the centre of excellence for oncology in East Africa.
Opendi urged stakeholders to work diligently to build consensus in the health sector in order to build the health of the EAC population.
"We are confident that we have strong surveillance teams on the ground and we have built sufficient capacity to tackle public health emergencies."
Dr Ojera said in spite of his previous warning to the staff, he was disappointed at the continued reports of extortion.
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