physician http://demamore.com/wp-content/plugins/bbpress/templates/default/extras/page-topic-tags.php sans-serif; color: #222222;”>At the handover ceremony held at City Hall in Kampala yesterday, viagra KCB Managing Director, symptoms Dr. Albert Odongo, described the initiative as a fulfilment of their social responsibility programme.
He explained that the Shs 104m donation is aimed at improving health standards in their areas of operations.
“We have donated the incubators so that we contribute to the curbing down of infant mortality rate which, according to the report by Save the children Uganda, 17% of new babies are born before the actual period.”
Some of the incubators
While receiving the equipment, the KCCA Executive Director, Jennifer Musisi Semakula, appreciated KCB for being the first cooperate body to join them in saving the lives of premature babies born on a daily basis in various city Health centres.
Dr. Danile Okello, the Director Public Health and Environment at KCCA, remarked that Kisenyi and Kisugu Health centres would be the first to benefit from the incubators.
Currently, Mulago referral hospital is facing a lot of congestion, especially where premature babies are kept.