|Approval Date||06 Jul 2011|
|Signature Date||11 Jan 2012|
|Planned Completion Date||31 Dec 2019|
|Last Disbursement Planned Date||30 Jun 2020|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|DAC Sector Code||12110|
The Improvement of Health Services Delivery at Mulago Hospital and in the City of Kampala Project is designed to redirect the high demand for basic health care that currently congests services delivery at Mulago Hospital – the national tertiary care facility for medical services by supporting the establishment of two new secondary health care facilities and a referral system. It aims to increase access to quality and affordable health care services for the population of the Kampala metropolitan area. The Project is centered on three broad strategic outcomes namely: Capacity Development and System Strengthening; Revitalized Referral and Counter-referral System; and Expanded & Improved Health Services in Kampala City. It will be implemented over a four-year period starting January 2012; at a cost of UA 56 million (approximately US$ 88 million).
The Principal Objective of this project is to improve access to quality and affordable Health care services for the population of the Kampala Metropolitan Area. The project will contribute to supporting the Health Sector Strategic and Investment Plan (HSSIP) thus contributing to reduction of morbidity and mortality from the major causes of the disease burden in the country.
The project is expected to benefit the entire national population estimated at 31.8 million since Mulago Hospital is the main National Referral and Teaching Hospital. Immediate project beneficiaries are estimated at 3 million people (9.4% of the national population), the majority being women and children under 15 years.
African Development Fund
Nigerian Trust Fund
Government Of Uganda
Ministry of Health
|Last Update||24 Oct 2020|
|Name||OGWANG Peter Lawrence|
|0.3392 32.5762||Mulago Hospital|
|0.33791 32.577||Makerere University School of Public Health|