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Ministry of Health- Uganda retweeted
Dr. Diana Atwine 22h
With the Ag. Director General, Under Secretary, other technical players from and District officials, we had a site visit of ongoing construction works for expansion and renovation of Kayunga Hospital, yesterday. Progress of works is on 69% and the quality is good👌
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Uganda Red Cross Soc Feb 15
A patient admitted at Nakasero hospital urgently needs Blood group O- This comes to kindly request anyone with group O negative and is due for donation to come to Nakasero blood bank and donate now. Thank you for saving a life.
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Dr. Diana Atwine Feb 15
We also inspected the quality of ongoing construction works for the specialised Pediatric Surgery Hospital in entebbe. This hospital will handle such specialised cases in children like heart surgeries, etc. So far, the work done is excellent; we thank the project supervision team
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Dr. Joyce Moriku Kaducu Feb 15
With the Ambassador of Italy while commemorating International Childhood Cancer Day, giving gifts to Children with Cancer. This was at . Cc:
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Ministry of Health- Uganda Feb 15
PS, visited the construction site for the Centre of Excellence in Paediatric Surgery in Entebbe. This regional hospital will ensure Free of Charge Pediatric Surgery services. Construction of this H+ will further improve child health in Uganda.
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Mark Keith Muhumuza Feb 15
Replying to @PlasconUganda
In a release issued by , they noted that "The CSR drive will also continue across several schools across the country in the North, West, and East."
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Mark Keith Muhumuza Feb 15
Replying to @mumakeith
"It is lead-free, a low emission product that can be used anywhere, which makes it the ideal way to put people at ease if they are living in mosquito infested areas," Opendi concluded
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Mark Keith Muhumuza Feb 15
Adding " The paint was tested and approved by all the national bodies necessary including; the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Internal Affairs, NDA, , and National Health Research Authority." Innovation... Pic ()
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Mark Keith Muhumuza Feb 15
Replying to @mumakeith
Sarah Opendi, the State Minister for Health at the said " entry of other partners from the private sector like Kansai Plascon with the new Anti Mosquito Paint will go a long way in supplementing government efforts in the fight mosquito borne diseases."
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Mark Keith Muhumuza Feb 15
Replying to @mumakeith
At the launch of campaign, it was also noted that the anti malaria paint provides at least 2 years of protection cover.
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Mark Keith Muhumuza Feb 15
Replying to @PlasconUganda
The target, according to 's Nugent, is to replicate this in schools esp. those in malaria prone areas. The anti Mosquito paint is part of $10m investment cost in production for Plascon since it launched the paint brand in Uganda about 2 years ago.
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Ministry of Health- Uganda Feb 15
Hello Moses, this paint is extremely safe. It has been tested by and to ensure safety to both humans and the environment.
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Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng Feb 15
Replying to @JaneRuth_Aceng
intends to achieve warehouse management systems, end to end visibility and ensure last mile delivery of commodities. We greatly appreciate the support from the US Government in improved health service delivery in Uganda.
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Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng Feb 15
Today, on behalf of , together with and Dr. Jotham Musinguzi, we launched installation & implementation of funded NMS Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) project dubbed ‘NMS Plus’ which will increase accountability & transparency in drug supply chain
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Ministry of Health- Uganda Feb 15
Replying to @PlasconUganda
Minister of State for Health for General Duties, Hon. Sarah Opendi, MD , BCC Specialist, National Malaria Control Program, Rukia Nakamatte join Nakasero Primary School pupils in a dance as launches anti mosquito paint 💃🏼
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Ministry of Health- Uganda Feb 15
launches the Kansai Anti Mosquito 🦟 paint at Nakasero Primary School as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to end in Uganda. The campaign will be launched countrywide targeting Malaria prone districts
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Ministry of Health- Uganda Feb 15
The Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) project funded by has officially be launched by and chairman, - Dr. Jotham Musinguzi
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WHO Uganda Feb 15
Replying to @MinofHealthUG
Information from Bunia revealed that the laboratory results of the suspected death returned as negative for . There is no confirmed case of in . The deceased was buried in Tororo district with assistance from the burial team.
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Ministry of Health- Uganda Feb 15
: Today is yet another mile stone for and Government as a whole as we prepare and resource a new system. The system will link NMS to the health facilities and the suppliers
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Ministry of Health- Uganda Feb 15
Replying to @DianaAtwine
: Information on medicine distribution will be available for anyone who wants to know
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