The Year That Was in Uganda's Health Sector

Uganda's health sector faced several challenges in 2012.

The health sector played a key role despite numerous challenges in the year 2012.

  • Uganda:  Complacency Sacrifices Gains Against HIV/Aids

    New Vision, 28 December 2012

    After years of pace-setting in the fight against the HIV/AIDS pandemic globally, Uganda is losing her footing, with government statistics pointing to a surge in new infections. read more »

  • Uganda:  NGO to Test 10,000 for HIV/Aids in Kampala

    The Observer, 27 December 2012

    A Kampala-based non-government Organisation; Integrated Community Based Initiatives (ICOBI) has launched a festive season HIV/Aids testing campaign for Kawempe division. read more »

  • Uganda:  Japan Gives Sh800 Million for Health, Education

    New Vision, 19 December 2012

    The Japanese government has donated $359, 910 (about sh863m), towards alleviating health, education and sports standards in Uganda. read more »

  • Uganda:  Nation Not Meeting Health Goals - Review

    The Observer, 18 December 2012

    Uganda's gains in the fight against poverty could be reversed if government doesn't do something about the majority of people living on the fringes. read more »

  • Uganda:  President Alerts Youth About HIV/Aids

    The Observer, 18 December 2012

    President Museveni has made a disturbing revelation that HIV prevalence rates in some parts of the country stand at 41%, a figure that more than double the officially stated ... read more »