Ugandan Doctors Suspend Strike
Service delivery in public health facilities is set to resume after the Uganda Medical Association on Saturday voted to suspend their strike. The suspension holds until the date the government promised to deliver some of their demands.
Monitor, 25 November 2017
Patients can finally breathe a sigh of relief as normal health care service delivery in public health facilities are expected to resume effective Sunday, thanks to doctors'… Read more »
Independent (Kampala), 27 November 2017
Ugandan doctors opted to strike over poor remunerations, which they say compromise their work ethic. The doctors' plight is understandable. Doctors in public facilities earn, on… Read more »
Monitor, 28 November 2017
After the violence over the age limit debate in Parliament, it was reported that two Ugandan Members of Parliament Betty Nambooze and Francis Zaake were taken for medical attention… Read more »
Doctors in theatre at Nsambya hospital recently.
A cabinet sub-committee has been set up to look into the demands of striking doctors and arrive at an amicable and sustainable settlement. Read more »