January 8, 2020

The UK-Africa Investment Summit (UK-AIS) Manufacturing Event

The UK-Africa Investment Summit (UK-AIS) Manufacturing Event is a unique opportunity for UK companies to learn more about the possibilities of investing in manufacturing operations in […]
December 18, 2019

Sight4Bwindi Newsletter: Winter 2019

Tis the season to reflect back on 2019 and share with you the wonderful progress that the Sight4Bwindi project has made in its first year. Our […]
November 27, 2019

UUKHA Newsletter, November 2019

UUKHA is always in the practice of keeping our wide sphere of readers well-informed about the progress of the Alliance and its member organisations. This issue […]
August 21, 2019


The Secretariat at the Uganda UK Health Alliance is always in the principle of keeping partners and the sphere of members aware of the events and progress. […]
July 19, 2019

The NCD Consortium; Supporting Uganda in the fight against Non-communicable diseases

Supporting Uganda in the fight against Non-communicable diseases The global burden of Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) remains unacceptably high. In 2016, NCDs were responsible for 41 million […]
April 7, 2019

Health workforce migration: The Uganda case

Uganda had a total of 81 982 health workers employed in the health sector. The number of medical doctors was estimated at 4,811, accounting for 6% of […]
February 20, 2019

SIGHT MATTERS – A Personal Insight By Debbie Young BSc MSc DCLP MCOptom Dip TP (IP)

In the remote Ugandan village of Bwindi, children are suffering tragic consequences because of a lack of even the most basic eye care services. Alice, 13, […]
October 12, 2018

Uganda Health Independence Day celebrations at UK House of Lords. 8th October, 2018

With a historically deep relationship between the UK and Uganda particularly in the Health Sector, Uganda’s 56th independence anniversary saw several UK organisations and agencies come […]
September 11, 2018


Globally, around 39 million people or one in 200 are blind (WHO 2015). Approximately 246 million are visually impaired, with staggering implications not just on quality of life […]