Category Archives: Suubi Trust

Value for Impact

International Hospital Kampala, IHK, is the largest, and some say best, private hospital in Uganda. In 2010, IHK gave 2.5% of its income to support the work of the group’s foundation, International Medical Foundation. As we continue to support IMF … Continue reading

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IMG – Doing Business as a Means of Development

Suubi Trust continues to support the work of International Medical Foundation, IMF. IMF, one of four companies within International Medical Group, is the group’s NGO (registered charity) providing a wide range of charitable health services to the poor ranging from … Continue reading

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5,800 Mums and 100,000 Babies die every year in Uganda

16 women die every day in Uganda while giving birth or during pregnancy; that’s 5,800 deaths each year. Many more suffer from complications and childbirth injuries such as VVF. Each year 100,000 babies die at birth, that’s 76 deaths per … Continue reading

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40 Years of Aid into Karamoja

I heard yesterday on the BBC that aid has been coming into Karamoja, N.E. Uganda, for more than 40 years but still we see pictures of mothers using bedding to cook a meal for their hungry children. BBC News: “British … Continue reading

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