Fundraising appeals

Responding to the impact of COVID-19 in Bwindi


Bwindi hospital has piloted taking essential drugs to vulnerable patients in 101 villages in our catchment area. These patients who are already immune suppressed are not able to travel to the hospital to access the medicine due to the travel restrictions put by the government to curtail the spread of COVID-19. A team of 6 nurses goes out to the community every day, so that these vulnerable patients can carry on receiving the care they need. Unfortunately, we do not know how long this will last, however, we would need $27,000 to run this activity for the next three months.

Construction of 6 senior staff units


Funding required: Construction; USD 100,000, builds one unit. Status: We are seeking funding pledges.

Other funding priorities

Capital projects:

USD $300,000: An oxygen plant.

USD $50,000: A vehicle for administrative duties

USD $200,000: Land acquisitions.

USD $300,000: Infrastructure for expanded sewage disposal.

USD $15,000: Covers tuition for a nursing student for a year.

USD $300,000: for a hostel for students accommodation at Uganda Nursing School Bwindi.

Budget requirements for high level service delivery

USD $160,400 annually; maintaining the child health department with a full-time pediatrician.

USD $222,300 annually; maintaining the sexual and reproductive health program area with full-time obstetrician.

USD $140,500 annually; maintaining the surgical services program including a full-time specialty surgeon.

USD $209,879 annually; maintaining the community health and batwa services.

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