Uganda’s capital is Kambala and is situated in Africa. Official languages are English and Swahili. Uganda used to be a British colony and earned its independence on the 9th of October in 1962.

According to estimations of 2009, the expected average lifespan of its population is 52 years.

Hospital in Kampala

In 1998 the restoration and expansion of the existing hospital in Kampala was initiated. The hospital was equipped with state of the art medical equipment. The hospital comprises of outpatient department, laboratories (hematology, biochemical, radiology, supersonic), dental care, ophthalmology department, surgery, vaccination area as well as a total of 41 beds.

Today, in close cooperation with the local institutions and under the patronage of HM Kambala caters to thousands of patients every year.

Regional health centers in agricultural areas

In 2003, the construction of four regional health center began, specifically in the region of Nawan GO, Nsimza, Bugolo and Gulu all of them in Uganda.

These four health centers, which are now operational, have been equipped with contemporary medical equipment and hospital equipment. Medical care is provided through these centers in remote areas where the current infrastructure prohibits the transition of people in need to the central hospital in Kampala.

School in Nakabaale

In 2002, the contrstruction of a school in region Nakabaale, east of Kampala, was started. For the purposes of its operation, contemporary equipment was bought and it was staffed with local people. Today hundreds of children are being educated every year in the school.




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