After completion of the distribution of treated mosquito nets across Uganda,the Minister of Health,Dr Ruhakana Rugunda,has said government will save more than Shs250b if they are properly used.
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
General Assembly of the Uganda Civil Society Immunization Platform
The MACIS Secretariat held a General Assembly meeting for the Uganda Civil Society Immunization Platform on Thursday, 22nd May 2014 at Hotel Africana. Read more
Trial gives hope for new Malaria drugs
The first-ever clinical trial involving controlled malaria infection, administered with parasites by injection, rather than mosquito bites could extend Africa’s ability to develop drugs and vaccines. Read more
$24 Million to be spent on Maternal and Neonatal Unit at Mulago
A total of 24 million dollars has been earmarked for the construction of a maternal and neonatal unit at Mulago Hospital this financial year,said the Health minister. Read more
Government to Save shs 250 billion on Malaria.
After completion of the distribution of treated mosquito nets across Uganda,the Minister of Health,Dr Ruhakana Rugunda,has said government will save more than Shs250b if they are properly used. Read more
UGANDA GAVI CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATION PLATFORM
I would like to welcome you to this dynamic online Uganda GAVI Civil Society Organization Platform, where members and partners, as well as the public can interact and discuss issues concerning the immunization status of our population.
In the past, Uganda used to have one of the most vibrant immunization programs in Africa. Read more