Journal 2018-10-31T15:16:20+00:00

KCIU in partnership with Dot Glasses helping visually impaired Ugandans.

When I discovered that I needed a pair of glasses, I was shocked by the $180 price tag. “If I had trouble with that price,” said Hope, the director of KCIU, “then definitely the local communities will have trouble with the price [of glasses]. ... and it is here that I realized there was a problem.”

5th National Community Health Financing Conference 2020

Mr. Moses Onek (third from left), a health worker at one of Karin Health facilities making a presentation to the invited stakeholders at the conference. The conference was organized by Save for Health Uganda with a selection of experts in health financing, service delivery and social protection to...

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