Electricity Means Life or Death for Ugandan Hospital Patients

When Uganda's privatised electricity supplier shuts off power to government hospitals because they have not paid their bills, the results are catastrophic. The Centre for Health, Human Rights and Development in the country says that the utility has a right to be paid for the services it provides but when it comes to hospitals, the consequences are too grave for such hard and fast rules.

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