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The access to the medical equipment such as the machine for blood testing and dental instruments, allows the doctors in Uganda to better diagnose and treat their patients.

A few examples will serve to illustrate the impact of the utilization of those (limited) resources:

 

  • Ultrasound scanning is now available: to date, 1600 patients, including a large number of pregnant women, have been given ultrasound tests;
  • Hematology laboratory equipment has made it possible to do routine blood tests on a large number of people;
  • Dental equipment has made it possible to provide much needed treatment and relief to people suffering dental pain.
  • Outreach services, have been extended, including maternal and child health care, basic health education, HIV testing and visits to shut-ins.
  • The purchase and installation of solar panels provides a constant power supply, something we take for granted but something that is rare in rural Uganda. Now medical staff can work at night and keep medications safely refrigerated

 

One day medical camp in Gomba district in a remote community

A group of 23 health care workers and medical students traveled to the area and we saw about 1,000 patients. We provided general health care, gave health education talks, dental extractions, free medications.

 

Medical equipment for the two health centers

Medical equipment which included an ultrasound, automatic hemolyser and Hemoglobin machine, surgical sets and others where donated for the two health centers: St Kizito Nattyole and St Balikuddembe Mulajje.

 

Drugs and medical supplies were donated to St Mathias Murumba Health Center III 

 

Two outreach clinics to a school in a rural community in Vumba village-Nattyole Uganda

We had two medical outreaches to a school were about 400 children where either immunised or received medical supplements. Touching about these children though happy to receive us and some scared because of the injections, many lacked basics like shoes and a few had tattered uniforms.

 

Daily follow up of patients at two health centers in Mulajje and Nattyole

We also had daily follow ups of patients at the above Health Centers both in the outpatient section and the admission wards.