Category: <span>Daily Updates</span>

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Disaster Relief team assesses floods impact in Butaleja

Following recent #flooding in the Butaleja region of #Uganda, our @UgHumanityfirst team has been on the ground assessing needs Our Disaster Relief team is currently on ground in Butaleja district, assessing the aftermath of recent floods that have displaced numerous residents.

Humanity First Uganda to hold a free medical camp at Budaka Health Centre IV
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Humanity First Uganda to hold a free medical camp at Budaka Health Centre IV

Humanity First Uganda under Global Health Programme will hold a three day free medical camp at Budaka Health Center IV. The medical camp will be held starting from 23rd to 25th February, 2024. The camp will attract about six international doctors from the UK and many from Uganda. Among the medical services to be offered...

Humanity First Uganda to hold a live TV Programme at UBC TV
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Humanity First Uganda to hold a live TV Programme at UBC TV

Humanity First Uganda will hold a live television programme on UBC TV a national broadcaster on Tuesday, 13th February 2024. The programme will be broadcaster live on UBC TV from 09:00am to 10:00am during Good morning Uganda Extra GMUEXTRA. The guest speakers will be Dr. Abdulhakim Mukwanga, Deputy Director Global Health Humanity First Uganda and...

Humanity First Uganda to hold a free outreach medical camp at Abongomola
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Humanity First Uganda to hold a free outreach medical camp at Abongomola

Humanity First Uganda under her Global Health programme will be holding a two day free medical outreach camp at Abongomola in Kwania district in Northern region of Uganda starting on Saturday, 24th October to 25th October 2022. The free medical camp will see a number of HFU Medical team screen a number of patients with...

Kiryabukururra village gets new water borehole
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Kiryabukururra village gets new water borehole

Humanity First Uganda Water for Life Engineers completed the refurbishment of water borehole in Kiryabukururra village in Western Uganda. The work was done in two places in the village; Kiryabukururra A and Kiryabukururra B Water Wells.