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A JOURNEY OF FAITH Uganda National TV, May 11, 2012
FMHCC CLINIC
COMPARISONS        FACTOR             UGANDA           UNITED STATESPopulation            27 million        311 millionLif...
HIGHEST POPULATION GROWTHExpected to increase from current 27 million to130 million by 2050. Average of 6.9 births perwoma...
SERVICES OFFERED•Antenatal               • Dispensary•Delivery                • Pharmacy•Postnatal                        ...
CLIENTS SERVED
IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE     BY QUARTER140120100 80                                                                          ...
CONDITIONS TREATED      DISEASE    JAN   FEB   MAR   TOTALMalaria          20    20    23    57UTRI             11    19  ...
MATERNAL HEALTH• Physician to address serious health concerns  such as hemorrhage and pre-eclampsia.• Adequate labor and d...
February 2012 Inspection Report Wakiso       District Health Service Team• Increase family planning• Increase number of cl...
FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY                         User Fee Collection                                                    $2...
PRIORITIES        • Recruit physician      • Expand working hours        • Obtain ambulance      • Start HIV/AIDS clinic  ...
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Faith Mulira Health Care Center, Masooli Uganda 2012

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"To promote the dignity, health and welfare of the people of Masooli, Uganda by providing for excellent and compassionate health care services."

Faith Mulira Health Care Center, Inc. is a U.S.-based not-for-profit organization that was established in 2003 to help meet the challenge of improving health care service delivery for the people living in and around the east African village of Masooli, Uganda.

Over the past several years, we have supported the construction of a new health care facility in Masooli that will further our goals of delivering high-quality diagnostic and preventive care, outpatient treatment, and health education services to an area of Uganda that currently is underserved.

Building a health care facility to serve the residents of Masooli has been the lifelong dream of Faith Mulira, a Ugandan woman whose name and vision the clinic honors. For years, Faith Mulira envisioned the construction of a comprehensive medical facility for the residents of the village of Masooli and the surrounding communities, many of whom live in extreme poverty and lack access to high-quality, affordable health care services. To learn more about Faith Mulira, click here.

Faith Mulira Health Care Center, Inc. is helping to realize Faith dream by partnering with a local Ugandan non-governmental organization to build and operate the health care facility that she was determined to bring to the village of Masooli. Faith Mulira Health Care Center, Inc. has been instrumental in providing supplies and equipment for the clinic; consulting with our partners in Uganda on planning, construction and staffing of the clinic; and helping to mobilize much-needed financial assistance to support this important initiative.
The Masooli Project

Project Description

This new medical center will expand health care, outreach, educational and treatment capacities to people living in the rural community of Nangabo county, 8 miles from Kimpala, the capital of Uganda. This clinic will provide accessible health care and prevention education to thousands of people who now have to walk for miles and sometimes wait for days for expensive care.

The foundation of the Masooli clinic is built on faith-based communities who have come together in partnership to provide basic health care, preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS, and increasing the treatment linkages and caring community networks for orphans and vulnerable children in this underserved region of Uganda. Masooli is one of 9 towns in Nangabo region which has a population of 65,000 people.

A large majority of the population live in poverty and this new clinic will significantly expand health care access and make available health education, and testing services, increasing the capacity to effectively reach all citizens with prevention and education services, reducing and stopping HIV/AIDS transmission, treating and preventing malaria, tuberculosis. http://www.masooliproject.org

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Faith Mulira Health Care Center, Masooli Uganda 2012

  1. 1. A JOURNEY OF FAITH Uganda National TV, May 11, 2012
  2. 2. FMHCC CLINIC
  3. 3. COMPARISONS FACTOR UGANDA UNITED STATESPopulation 27 million 311 millionLife Expectancy 53 years 78 yearsInfant Mortality 61 deaths per 6 deaths per 1,000 live births 1,000 live birthsMaternal Birth Rate 430 female 24 female deaths deaths per per 100,000 live 100,000 live births birthsDeaths from AIDS 64,000 17,000People living with 1,200,000 1,200,000AIDS
  4. 4. HIGHEST POPULATION GROWTHExpected to increase from current 27 million to130 million by 2050. Average of 6.9 births perwoman.Will entrap the country in deeper poverty.Due to Uganda government’s lack of commitmentwith family planning.Only 20% of married Ugandan women 15-49 haveaccess to contraception. Population Reference Bureau, 2012
  5. 5. SERVICES OFFERED•Antenatal • Dispensary•Delivery • Pharmacy•Postnatal • Family planning•Minor surgery • Immunization•HIV/AIDS Counseling &Testing • Emergency (opening soon)•Community Outreach &Home visits
  6. 6. CLIENTS SERVED
  7. 7. IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE BY QUARTER140120100 80 Series 1 60 40 20 0 Jan-Mar 2011 April-June 2011 July-Sept 2011 Oct-Dec 2011 Jan-Mar 2012
  8. 8. CONDITIONS TREATED DISEASE JAN FEB MAR TOTALMalaria 20 20 23 57UTRI 11 19 31 61HT 9 9 8 26Typhoid 8 0 6 16Skin Infection 8 1 3 12Diarrhea 3 1 8 12DM 0 4 1 5Others 30 44 47 121Total 89 98 127 314
  9. 9. MATERNAL HEALTH• Physician to address serious health concerns such as hemorrhage and pre-eclampsia.• Adequate labor and delivery facilities• Ambulance that can transfer emergent cases to the nearest Level IV facility• Advanced training to deal with delivery and post- delivery complications.• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZhWhn3IN-8
  10. 10. February 2012 Inspection Report Wakiso District Health Service Team• Increase family planning• Increase number of clinic-based deliveries• Provide a separate antenatal treatment room• Expand labor suite to accommodate 3-4 mothers• Expand postnatal bed capacity
  11. 11. FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY User Fee Collection $2,700$3,000 $2,626 $2,077$2,500 $1,980$2,000$1,500 $880 Column1$1,000 $500 $0 Jan-Mar Apr-Jan Jul-Sep Oct-Nov Jan-Mar 2011 2011 2011 2011 2012
  12. 12. PRIORITIES • Recruit physician • Expand working hours • Obtain ambulance • Start HIV/AIDS clinic • Expand community outreach • Create other specialty clinics, e.g., DM, HT, FamilyPlanning, Adolescent Health, Dental, Eye

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