Evidence based advocacy is more effective in long run

We thus invite you to visit the special page on TB on our website through which you can download various publication which contain the qualitative data that we generated and our analyses.

Mowzey’s Death & Uganda’s Healthcare System

Questions are valid to ask: Moses Ssekibogo (aka Mowzey Radio) RIP @ The Independent Would things have turned out different, if Moses Ssekibogo aka Mowzey Radio had had access to a first class healthcare service shortly after he was beaten unconscious? Would things have turned out different for him if it had not been necessary… Continue reading Mowzey’s Death & Uganda’s Healthcare System

TB Enormous Health Challenge

High level Government of Uganda officials, such as the Minister of Health, Hon. Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng,  acknowledge that Uganda’s Tuberculosis (TB) burden has continued to cause an enormous health challenge to the people of Uganda and is a big public health challenge to the health system in Uganda. Additionally, TB presents an economic challenge… Continue reading TB Enormous Health Challenge

TB Machines Not Fully Utilised

There is empirical evidence which indicates that the few tuberculosis (TB) diagnostic machines that have been installed in Uganda, particularly the Genexpert Machines, are not operating to their full capacity. The average ratio of GeneXpert machine to the population is one machine serving a population of over 300,000 people and in some areas it is… Continue reading TB Machines Not Fully Utilised

#AgeLimitUg Vs Public Health Policy

Was there a PUBLIC TOILET nearby? How near or far was the nearest PUBLIC TOILET? And what is the condition of that PUBLIC TOILET? The lack of PUBLIC TOILETS in the whole of Uganda is legendary, including in those places considered 'developed' and where the 'developed' live. One is reminded of one's own experience observing Ugandans who are "badly off ", as Mr. Abiriga was, having no choice but to ease themselves by the roadside.