KCIU began services under a mango tree near Gulu in 2001, 5 years before the end of war. Children orphaned by the war and AIDS needed medical care. The 1st clinic opened in 2006, the 2nd in 2012, providing primary care, disease prevention/treatment, and maternal/child health care by trained staff. The need far surpasses capacity. This project adds infrastructure to serve more people: a maternity wing, improved sanitation, and outreach to 50,000 local people unable to travel to the clinics.