Busembatia Well being Centre III in Bugweri District in Japanese Uganda has acquired an assortment of kit value Shs40m from UpEnergy Uganda.
The gear, which incorporates water tanks and sanitizers amongst others, is to assist the power in its battle in opposition to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Ms Annet Amulini, the in-charge of the power, mentioned that was the primary donation they’ve acquired since Covid-19 broke out within the nation in March.
“We’ve got been uncared for by authorities (Ministry of Well being) who’ve by no means given us washing facilitates like different well being models within the nation. At first we thought Busembatia Well being Centre III was uncared for as a result of it’s in a brand new district,” she mentioned.
Bugweri was curved out of Iganga District in 2018.
In response to Ms Amulini, well being staff have been carrying water and cleaning soap from their houses every day to offer it to sufferers to scrub their arms.
Mr Denis Oling, the Head of Gross sales at UpEnergy Uganda, mentioned they’ve launched into giving out washing facilitates to 25 Well being Centre IIIs within the nation.
“In the interim, we’re giving out to Central, Northern and Japanese areas, and in Japanese Uganda, we began in Busembatia,” he mentioned.
The Regional Supervisor UpEnergy Uganda, Ms Rose Aduso, mentioned Well being Centres are chosen relying on the variety of sufferers and people in hard-to-reach areas.
“If funds permit, we will prolong extra providers past the 25 Well being Centres,” Ms Aduso defined.