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Ugandans Laud Health Ministry PS Diana Atwine Countrywide Supervision Tours

Uganda’s Health Ministry Permanent Secretary has won the praise of Ugandans over her recent supervision tours across the country.

Dr Diana Atwine who on Monday ended her supervision across the country to assess access to health services, has been lauded for the move with many hoping it will inspire other government officials.

Dr Diana Atwine (L) during her supervision of Mbale

She was accompanied by a team from the health ministry.

“We have finalized our support supervision in the districts of Bulambuli, Sironko, Kween, Tororo and Kapchorwa. We accessed service delivery and inspected construction works for upgrade of lower units. We encourage the local governments to also take their supervision role seriously,” Diana said on Monday.


Nsibambi Obutonde Bwogera Isaac : Weldone Dr. Diana you are doing Service delivery to the country as u promised in your oath how i wish even other public servants copy a leaf from you.

Annet Namugosa : If health centre III and IV structures are improved for sure district hospitals will be decongest, clinical officers who went to Rwanda to attend GACOPA conference last week are back ,we shall submit our report soon and if possible meet you physically, we appreciate you dedication to serve.

Christine Ikoku : Good work Dr. Continue doing the support supervision most often

Francis Musoni Okiria : Thank you for spot on work Dr. let all the stakeholders take this check on as foundamental way of having clear understanding what really happens in this health outlet.this is good drive Stay blessed always.

Yubu Mate : Dr thanks that is great but more effort to do with the health workers who are at hard to reach areas.

Ccerwadda Joel Carson : This is good @ Dr Atwine. May God bless you. The government of Uganda has invested in health sector and am hopeful that the best is yet to come.

Tom Ochar : The health team can be made even more cohesive with regular interface. Area teams need revival. They were last seen 5 years ago.


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