Kabale Authorities Call for Theater Construction to Operationalize Kakomo Health Center IV, Minister Bahati Pledges Funding in the Next Financial Year


KABALE – Authorities in Kabale District have today urged the government to consider constructing a theater to enhance the functionality of Kakomo Health Center IV in Mwendo Parish, Kitumba Sub County, Ndorwa West County.

The request was made during the official handover of an ambulance donated to Ndorwa West County by the Ministry of Health. The ambulance aims to improve the referral process for medical emergencies, especially benefiting mothers in labor and addressing critical cases in the region. The handover ceremony took place at Kakomo Health Center IV in Mwendo Parish, Kitumba Sub County.

Alfred Besigensi, the Kabale District Health Educator, along with Health Officer Dr. Gilbert Arinaitwe Mateeka and Principal Secretary Gordon Manzi, emphasized the importance of Kakomo Health Center IV becoming fully operational in both words and actions.

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They advocated for the construction of a theater to expand healthcare services for the community. To achieve this, they called upon the State Minister of Trade, Industry, and Cooperatives, David Bahati, to utilize his lobbying skills and secure funding for the theater’s construction.


In response, Minister Bahati, who also serves as the area Member of Parliament, assured the authorities that he had already discussed the matter with the Minister of Health. He disclosed that funds would be allocated in the upcoming financial year to build a theater and operationalize Kakomo Health Center IV.


Dr. Gilbert Mateeka specified that the donated ambulance would be stationed at Rubaya Health Center IV in Lyakarimira town council.

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