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Past articles by Emmanuel:

Government spends Shs3,000 to treat each citizen monthly

Plan B. The report observes that the low investment in healthcare has resulted in many households opting to go to private health facilities. → Read More

Ugandan officials train in radioactive waste handling

The AEC Chief Executive Officer, Mr Noah Deogratias Luwalira, described radioactive substances as those materials that emit ionising radiation. Examples → Read More

Government to recruit 700 staff for Kiruddu, Kawempe hospitals

Mr Okong says different boards will verify the applications and submit a report to the Health Service Commission which will approve the shortlists → Read More

Stench at Kiruddu persists despite public outcry

According to security personnel manning the hospital entrance, the problem has persisted for almost two years ever since patients from Mulago Hospital → Read More

Uganda: Sex-for-Food Rocks Prisons

The Uganda prisons authorities have blamed the increasing cases of homosexuality among inmates on trading their bodies for better feeding and protection. → Read More

Gay sex-for-food rocks prisons

Dr Byabashaija said about 4,811 of the 50,000 inmates across the country are living with the virus; of whom 797 are females and 4,014 male → Read More

Uganda: U.S. Cuts Funding to UHMG Over Fraud

The United States Agency for International Development (USAid) has terminated funding to Uganda Health Marketing Group (UHMG) over fraudulent activities. → Read More

Government to give out 850,000 mosquito nets to refugees

The Health ministry said refugees residing in over nine camps across the country have been identified among the Malaria Risk Populations → Read More

Ugandan doctor co-finds new River blindness drug

Dr Nyathirombo and 18 other doctors found out that Moxidectin was more effective in treating River Blindness than Ivermectin → Read More

Birth certificate applications overwhelm NIRA

The NIRA spokesperson, Mr Gilbert Kadilo, said the backlog has been created by the demand for the document → Read More

New cancer machine to shut down for servicing

According to Ministry of Health officials, the designated technician from the machine manufacturer will arrive in the country on June 7 to undertake servicing. → Read More

Uganda: Women Dodge Cervical Cancer Treatment

Women and girls in Uganda have continued to shun the Human Papilloma Vaccine (HPV) meant to protect them against cervical cancer, a new study has shown. → Read More

Government revises training curriculum for health professionals

Review of the various curricula for health workers was informed by the changing health needs that include new diseases and changes in treatment methods → Read More

Uganda: Govt to Give Drugs Only to Patients With National IDs

The government is in advanced stages of preparations to enforce a proposal for only National Identity Cards (IDs) holders to enjoy healthcare services at public health facilities, this newspaper can reveal. → Read More

Government to give drugs to only patients with national IDs

Officials say the plan will help provide a mechanism of following up on patients’ use of medicines supplied to public facilities. → Read More

Uganda: Govt Slaps New Tax On Bibles and Korans

The Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) has reversed a long-standing tradition and ordered religious groups to start paying taxes on Bibles, Korans, prayer and hymn books. → Read More

Government to scrap tax on Bibles, Korans in July

A Bill containing a raft of proposals, among them one on adding supply of Bibles and Korans to the list of tax-exempt items, is due for consideration by → Read More

Museveni receives delegation of Cuban scientists

The scientists are here to concretise the importation of Gavac anti-tick vaccine → Read More

Family spends 32 years pursuing Museveni promise

In an earlier letter, Dr Kizza Besigye, then minister for State for Internal Affairs, wrote reminding then minister of Works, Transport and Telecommunication about an application Mr Butagari had → Read More

Inmate loses leg over torture

Despite the hospital granting access to the inmate, the prisons officer guarding the entrance to the trauma ward blocked journalists after consulting his → Read More