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One Question One Expert: Is it possible to identify the ‘poor’ in the context of setting up a national health insurance scheme?
Cabinet recently approved the proposed National Health Insurance Scheme which is meant to improve the provision and access of health
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Indoor Residual Spraying a cost effective method of controlling malaria in Uganda
Indoor Residual Spraying a cost effective method of controlling malaria in Uganda
On February 26, 2019 Uganda National Health Consumers Organization(UNHO) under the SPEED initiative organized a stakeholders meeting at Imperial Royale
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EU Ambassador Launches Policy Analysis Strengthening (SPEED) Project
EU Ambassador Launches Policy Analysis Strengthening (SPEED) Project
The Head of the European Delegation to Uganda has launched the Supporting Policy Engagement for Evidence based Decisions (SPEED) for
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Preterm birth study completes emergency obstetrics training at six Ugandan hospitals
Preterm birth study completes emergency obstetrics training at six Ugandan hospitals
An expectant mother is ushered into the maternity ward. Noticeably, she is in pain. She is quickly reviewed by a
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UNICEF's Chief of Health visits Makerere, lauds urban health project
UNICEF’s Chief of Health visits Makerere, lauds urban health project
The Centre of Excellence for Maternal Newborn and Child Health this week hosted UNICEF’s Chief of Health Prof Stefan Swartling
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Makerere hosts global meet to assess measurement of newborn death and stillbirth rates
Makerere hosts global meet to assess measurement of newborn death and stillbirth rates
Researchers at Makerere University Centre of Excellence for Maternal Newborn and Child Health have this week been joined by counterparts
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Of Kampala’s slum women and motherhood challenges
Of Kampala’s slum women and motherhood challenges
The sun is up but the ground is as muddy as if it’s raining. As the motorcycle am seated on
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SPEED Project leading the work of developing Uganda’s Road map for UHC
SPEED Project leading the work of developing Uganda’s Road map for UHC
The increasing need to move towards Universal Health Coverage (UHC) coupled with immense global support has seen Uganda take very
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Through European Union funding, Makerere University launches ground-breaking book on Universal Health Coverage in Uganda
Through European Union funding, Makerere University launches ground-breaking book on Universal Health Coverage in Uganda
The Makerere University School of Public Health, through the European Union (EU) funded SPEED project, has launched a book on
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