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Government upgrades Nalwerere health center II to III

Women of Nalwerere Eastern division in Bugiri municipal council applauded the government of Uganda after upgrading their health center II to III.

In an interview with the women they said that it has been a problem more so to pregnant mothers in their Lobar pain, that they travel 3 km to access midwife in Bugiri main hospital, therefore they requested health works who will be appointed to serve in that health facility not to mistreat mothers but to fellow their professional ethics such that community can benefit from their services.

 

                                                                             Namyingo ladies in Bugiri municipality

However, the Mayor Bugiri municipality Hon. Luba Bumali monitoring the project with his executive committee members said that for only two years in office as a Mayor he has achieved this much. The upgrade of the health facility cost 475 million shillings and 100 million shillings for contracting staff quarters and also increasing of health works.

Finally, the business operators within the area are also celebrating the development because they will anticipate getting more customers as a result.

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