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Maternal Deaths in Lwengo and Lyantonde Districts

Maternal Deaths in Lwengo and Lyantonde Districts

Following unconfirmed reports of three mothers who died out of negligence of health workers at Lyantonde Hospital from a partner organisation, UNHCO set off to verify the information given. The District Chairperson’s View: The first stop was at the Lyantonde ...

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UNHCO starts distributing Mama Kits

UNHCO has started distributing Mama Kits in the districts of Luweero, kamuli and Lyantonde. So far 160 Mama Kits have been distributed in the district of Luweero. The beneficiaries are mothers who deliver from public health facilities. The facilities that ...

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Building a Citizen Anti-Corruption Movement In Uganda

Download Communique by Clicking this Link: Over the last decade, government has formulated a wide range of policies, action plans, enacted new laws and established new institutions to lead its anti-corruption efforts. However, these efforts have yielded substandard results and ...

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Compensate Maternal Death Victims

Press Release on Maternal Health Petition Kampala, Thursday, 07/04/2011 – a Media Briefing of civil society organizations organized by the Uganda National Health Consumers’ Organization (UNHCO) has come up to speak against the unacceptable higher maternal deaths in Uganda. CONTRIBUTORY ...

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PATIENTS STRIKE AT MULAGO HOSPITAL

UNHCO has been following the events that happened over the last 4 days in Mulago Referral hospital. Patients admitted to Mulago Hospital with spinal injuries early this week went on the strike abandoning their ward, demonstrating against lack of medical ...

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Service Delivery Still Lacking

UNHCO, supported by 9th EDF SDP, recently conducted a survey to establish citizens’ opinions and satisfaction with local government services and local administration in the districts of Nebbi, Oyam, Pallisa, Isingiro, Masaka, Nakapiripirit and Kasese. The focus was on the ...

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Prioritizing MDG 5.B – Working with University Students

In September 2006, the United Nations General Assembly resolved to adopt Target 5.B of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs): “Achieve by 2015, Universal Access to Reproductive Health”. The four official indicators for MDG 5.B are: contraceptive prevalence rate; adolescent birth ...

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