Category Archives: Health

Negligence or fate? Kobusinge’s death leaves many puzzled

Read full story in our Track News Letter Issue 18 on page 4, 5 and 6 follow the link below Negligence or fate? Kobusinge’s death leaves many puzzled The same story was published by The Daily Monitor News Paper April 14 2016 Page 18-19 link below Living/Dying-bringing-life–plight-of-rural-Expectant    

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The health challenge in Uganda: who is to blame?

According to the World Health Organization guidelines, the recommended health worker to population ratio is 1:439. In Uganda however, this ratio lies at 1:1298, way above the acceptable world health standards. This high discrepancy is perhaps the greatest underlying factor behind the health challenge in the country today. As a result, a number of lives […]

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RAC’s Heroic Intervention saves lives at Buhinga Referral hospital

Bribery is a vice that has been reported in various public institutions. Although its consequences are grave, it continues to thrive even in health facilities where people run to save their lives…. The memory of her son’s birth will forever linger on, for it brought her close to the gates of the grave, simply because […]

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Negligence or fate? Kobusinge’s death leaves many puzzled

On June 04, 2015, Grace Kobusinge – a 35 year old mother of three from Karago town council in Bukuku sub-county, Kabarole district passed on shortly after giving birth to a baby boy. The circumstances surrounding her death are two sides of the samecoin. According to the deceased’s family, the cause of her death was […]

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Embezzled VHT funds worth shs.4.560.000 recovered in Bufunjo

Supply of bicycles to Village Health Teams (VHTs) is one of the projects that has widely been abused by unscrupulous leaders of the beneficiary health units. A number of anomalies in this project have been reported to RAC in various districts in the region, the latest one coming from Bufunjo Sub-County Kyenjo district. Early this […]

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