Uganda Orthodox Medical Bureau (UOMB) is a faith based, Non-Governmental Organization under the Trustees Incorporation Act (CAP 165) as Registered Trustees of the Uganda Orthodox Medical Bureau.
UOMB Brings together Orthodox Churches in Uganda involved in Provision of Health Services. It serves as a link between Government/Development Partners and UOMB-Member Institutions and provides support to its members through capacity strengthening, coordination, lobbying and Advocacy, public relations and translation of government policies.
UOMB seeks to improve the health status of people living in Uganda, especially the marginalized and the poorest of the poor, in fulfillment of Christ healing Ministry. Its Member Health Institutions are therefore predominantly located in the rural (underserved) areas. UOMB plays a complimentary role to the Ministry of Health. It is estimated that approximately 50% of the total services in the country are provided by the Private not for profit sector and its member institutions significantly contributes to this.
On September 29th 2018, the first planning meeting by the Project Management Unit / Team (PMU) aimed at introducing the Health and Nutrition project was convened at Archangel Michael Orthodox secondary School – Gulu. The relevance for this project arose ...
On the 28th. January 2018, The Uganda Orthodox Medical Bureau was engaged in medical outreach program in the district of Namayingo, Bugiri at the Holy Resurrection Health Center III. This Medical facility has just been elevated to a health center ...
Dr. Sande George Binna, MBCHB - KIU-TH.