Health Improvement

The following used to be the five leading causes of death in Uganda included communicable diseases such as HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, respiratory tract infections and diarrhea diseases.

 

Currently the biggest challenge for Uganda’s poor health which has claimed lives of people is inadequate resources i.e the government alone cannot handle all these health situations without the support of private sectors.

 

CESA-Uganda contributes to improvement of a health sector through; supporting rural communities especially the women and children in improving access to clean water, hygiene and sanitation (through construction/installation of rain water tanks, water pumps and toilets), reproductive health (HIV/Aids, mortality control etc.) and micro medical care (provision of dewormers & vitamins)

 

Cerebrate for good sanitation' children from Monde primary school in Luweero District are happy about the newly constructed toilets by CESA-Uganda

Cerebrate for good sanitation’ children from Monde primary school in Luweero District are happy about the newly constructed toilets by CESA-Uganda

John living with disabilities tries on sensitive toilets constructed by CESA-Uganda

John living with disabilities tries on sensitive toilets constructed by CESA-Uganda

Happy moments, children in Ndabilakoddala primary school cerebrates for a newly constructed tank sponsored by CESA-Uganda

Happy moments, children in Ndabilakoddala primary school cerebrates for a newly constructed tank sponsored by CESA-Uganda

Good sanitation is the way to keep children health, Kanchwampa Rc Primary sch are happy about the new toilets constructed by CESA-Uganda

Good sanitation is the way to keep children health, Kanchwampa Rc Primary sch are happy about the new toilets constructed by CESA-Uganda