Suubi Medical Centre is situated in a rural area of Uganda, within Busu village (Iganga District) and serves approximately 25,000 children and adults who would otherwise have little access to medical care. We Uganda rural health care providers, we want to help everyone in the communities in and around Busu have equal access to primary and focused speciality medical care, something many of us in countries with universal free-at-point-of-entry health care, can sometimes take for granted!
Under the umbrella CIC ( Community Interest Company) ‘Suubi Uganda Project’ …which has a number of community based initiatives planned…we welcome support for our medical centre from anyone wanting to help us achieve our goals. This is especially vital, as poverty is often the determining factor in the well-being of many families in this area.
Our mission as Uganda rural health care providers is to continue to help achieve a healthier population in this area, through both health education (preventing diseases, counselling, health and child care information, etc…) and through providing treatments, care, support and rehabilitation from diseases as well as maternity services.
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Those who have followed us over the years will have seen our struggle to connect Suubi Medical centre to the hydro electricity. Having power would make a difference because we would be able to use electric equipment and even carry out basic surgical operations and use a dental chair and things like that
We want to give this one last push. Our total bill is £2900 but we have £1700 so we need to raise £1200 to make it happen. We need some monentum to push this so that we end the 5 year long wait for electricity. Can you help with this drive?