We have purchased a new machine and with it have expanded the capabilities of the laboratory at the John Paul II Clinic in Buikwe, where we are working with the project.
We introduce systematic and complex health care for patients suffering from sickle cell disease in rural area of Buikwe, Uganda and develop support system of patients' social background.
We examine, regularly monitor and permanently treat patients with sickle cell disease
A fully functional and modernly equipped hospital is essential for responsible care; we finance the purchase of medical equipment and laboratory tests
We educate medical and laboratory staff as well as our patients and their families
Psychological and social support
We are aware of the life story of each of our patients, we help the most vulnerable with social self-sufficiency and support the mental health of families
with hydroxyurea treatment started
permanently and regularly monitored patients on supportive treatment
which we could not implement without your support
The working year 2023 for SSUUBO started on the first day of January. The entire project team moved to Buikwe, Uganda for three weeks. The number of patients in our care will soon reach the number of 400. Such a high number brings with it new challenges. We are therefore strengthening the local Ugandan team and further improving the quality...
A few days ago we returned from our second stay in Uganda this year.
Today's visit by Mr Charles Kyagi, Uganda's National Coordinator for Sickle Cell Anaemia at the Ministry of Health. We are proud that we were able to "shock" him with the extent and quality of care we provide to our patients. He immediately rated our program as the best in Uganda, absolutely above the level of the largest medical centers in...