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  • MACIS Annual General Meeting

    On 30th March 2015, MACIS held its second Annual General Meeting after four years of absence to review the current MACIS Annual work plan and budget, as well as the Finance report of the previous year.

  • Uganda's Immunization coverage improves.

    Uganda will soon kick out polio and other vaccine-preventable diseases,following a significant improvement in immunization coverage countrywide,according to Dr. Elioda Tumwesigye

  • Breastfeeding 'leads to higher IQ, earnings later'

    People breastfed as infants have higher intelligence scores in adulthood, and higher earnings, according to a study published Wednesday that tracked the development of 3,500 newborns over 30 years.

  • One Child in five still not vaccinated

    One-fifth of the world's children are still not receiving routine life-saving vaccinations and efforts to ensure global immunization coverage remain "far off track," the World Health Organization said

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MACIS is a secretariat of an extensive network of health-focused civil society organizations (CSOs) that are involved in malaria and maternal-child health programming in Uganda. Our mission is to provide sustainable leadership to CSOs nationwide in the coordination and promotion of Ministry of Health recommended interventions, as well as advocate for evidence-based practices and health policies at all levels...Read More

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MACIS Annual General Meeting

On 30th March 2015, MACIS held its second Annual General Meeting after four years of absence to review the current MACIS Annual work plan and budget, as well as the Finance report of the previous year.
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Uganda's Immunization coverage improves.

Uganda will soon kick out polio and other vaccine-preventable diseases,following a significant improvement in immunisation coverage countrywide,according to Dr. Elioda Tumwesigye
Read more
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Breastfeeding 'leads to higher IQ, earnings later'

People breastfed as infants have higher intelligence scores in adulthood, and higher earnings, according to a study published Wednesday that tracked the development of 3,500 newborns over 30 years.
Read more
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One Child in five still not vaccinated

One-fifth of the world's children are still not receiving routine life-saving vaccinations and efforts to ensure global immunisation coverage remain "far off track," the World Health Organization said
Read more
 

UGANDA GAVI CIVIL SOCIETY IMMUNIZATION PLATFORM

Welcome to the Uganda Civil Society Immunization Platform!

We are excited to present this dedicated virtual platform, to everyone interested in ensuring that every last child in our country and communities is fully immunized. . Read more 

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UCSIP DIC TRAINING ON GRASS ROOT REPORTING

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