Mental Health Rehab from Hell – Part I

Ms. Desire Lavigne Karakire's testimony, shared on her facebook wall on 11th July 2020 We pulled up into the gate and my sister's kids came running behind the car to meet us. I pushed open the passenger door. The little one jumped into my lap. I held her head into my chest affectionately, unable to… Continue reading Mental Health Rehab from Hell – Part I

Quality of Maternity Care Service in Uganda

During the height of the insurgency in Northern Uganda, 1992 to 2008, with funding support from its partners, Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief (CPAR) constructed 14 Maternal Health Centres and donated to them to the respective district local governments to own and to manage in accessing services to the people of Northern Uganda. Among… Continue reading Quality of Maternity Care Service in Uganda

Contributing to Safe Motherhood in Uganda

Whereas, in the recent past CPAR Uganda has majorly focused on providing health training and awareness creation services, during the height of the insurgency in Northern Uganda – 1992 to 2008 – CPAR Uganda, as a Country office of the Canadian Physicians for AID and Relief, greatly contributed to health services in Northern Uganda through… Continue reading Contributing to Safe Motherhood in Uganda