One of our core purposes is to provide a means of better coordinating UK organizations’ contribution to joint working in health within internationally recognized standards of good practice. As part of this process, we invite you to feed information regarding your work in the Uganda health sector. 

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The Eye Health Consortium.

Uganda has put focus on integrating eye care services into primary Healthcare. There are however several barriers in achieving comprehensive eye care including shortage of eye care personnel, lack of awareness, infrastructure and equipment.

Through joint working, the Eye Care Consortium brought together all organisations ophthalmology services to work towards improving eye care in the country.

E-Health Consortium

The Ministry of Health has earmarked E-Health in the Health Sector Development Plan 2015/16 - 2019/20 as a key enabler for supporting the efficiency and quality of healthcare. The eHealth Consortium brings together different companies and organisations keen to advance eHealth in the country.

Electronic Medical Records for the Developing World (EMR4DW) demonstrating Electronic Medical Records in Nothern Uganda.

Tissue Transplant Consortium

The greatest percentage of organ transplant occur in developed countries where the standards of transplant care and expertise have been established. Several patients from developing countries where Tissue & organ transplant is not accessible continue to incur huge costs in seeking for care in foreign countries.

The consortium was therefore created to coordinate the UK partners interested in supporting Uganda to advance organ donation and transplant.

A world where no child is forced to live on the Street: Retrak

r vision is a world where no child is forced to live on the street. We work to transform highly vulnerable children’s lives; preserve families; empower communities and give them a platform for their voices to be heard. Today Retrak provides support to children and families in Uganda and is working closely with UUKHA to improve healthcare to this vulnerable population