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On Friday 12th April 2019, the committee on Health met with the national and Regional referral hospitals to present their position in the Ministerial Policy Statement 2019/20 for the Health Sector. The meeting was chaired by Hon. Michael Bukenya the chairperson of the committee. UNFUNDED PRIORITIES AND BUDGET ESTIMATES FOR FY 2018/19 and 2019/20 FOR THE HOSPITALS Hospital Unfunded Priorities Budget Estimates FY 2019/20 Mulago Specialized Women and Neonatal (MSWNH) ·         Purchase of specialized drugs and sundries required for some […]
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On Friday 12th April 2019, the committee on Health met with the national and Regional referral hospitals to present their position in the Ministerial Policy Statement 2019/20 for the Health Sector. The meeting was chaired by Hon. Michael Bukenya the chairperson of the committee.

UNFUNDED PRIORITIES AND BUDGET ESTIMATES FOR FY 2018/19 and 2019/20 FOR THE HOSPITALS

Hospital Unfunded Priorities Budget Estimates FY 2019/20
Mulago

Specialized

Women and Neonatal

(MSWNH)

·         Purchase of specialized drugs and sundries required for some services like IVF (2,150,870,000)

·         Transport equipment like Ambulances and service vehicles (900,000,000)

·         Wages (22,398,598,000)

·         Office and medical furniture (200,000,000)

Budget FY

2018/19

Budget FY 2019/20 Variance
5.0 billion 28,549,467,912

(shortfall)

 

Kawempe

NRH

 

 

·         Recruitment of specialists and other staff (14,328,616,668)

·         Procurement of medicines and other supplies (4bn)

·         Procurement of laboratory equipment (1.5bn)

·         Transport (1bn)

·         Maintenance of heavy medical equipment (2.5bn)

·         Extension of medical gases to all the wards in the hospital and provision of a steam generator for laundry and kitchen (1.5bn)

·         Construction of a medical waste sorting bay

31,176,616,673

(requirement)

 

9,434,000,000

(provision)

 

 

21,742,616,668
Kiruddu NRH  

 

 

17,310,889.220

(requirement)

 

8,850,000,000

(Provision)

8,460,889,220
Entebbe

RRH

·         Wage (5,081,900,420)

·         Nonwage (1,709,052,174)

·         Capital Development (1,500,000,00)

 

12,914,584,732

(requirement)

 

1,718,932,862

(provision)

9,075,967,540
Butabika Hospital ·         X-ray machine (800m)

·         Hospital perimeter wall (5.0bn)

·         MRI machine (3.5bn)

14.752 billion 21.315 billion 6.563 billion
Mbarara RRH ·         Phase 2 of hospital expansion (30mUSD)

·         Medical equipment workshop (400m)

·         Upgrading of the oxygen plant (400m)

·         Cancer Unit Construction (10m Euros)

·         Land for expansion (700m)

·         Solar power back up (200m)

10.651 billion 11.914 billion 1.263 billion
Masaka RRH ·         Purchase of ENT and orthopedics equipment (200m)

·         Construction of medical stores (500m)

·         Spares for equipment maintenance (120m)

·         Construction of intern’s mess (500m)

·         Construction of new administration block (1bn)

·         Fencing of the hospital land (700m)

·         Equipping the new MCH complex (2bn)

8.860 billion 8.985 billion 0.589 billion
Mubende RRH ·         Construction of the hospital fence. (0.97bn)

·         Completion of stalled construction of wards (3.7bn)

·         Construction of a blood bank (1.5bn)

·         Staff houses (8bn)

·         Staff transport (0.4bn)

7,918,691 billion 8,059,719 billion 141,028 million
FortPortal RRH ·         Staff accommodation (260bn phased construction over years)

·         Administration block (2bn)

·         Accident and emergency unit (3bn)

·         Assorted medical equipment (5bn)

·         Registry (1bn)

9.072 billion 9.722 billion  0.650 billion
Jinja RRH ·         Expand emergency department (4.00bn)

·         Expand the pediatric wards (4.00bn)

·         Renovation of buildings (3.00bn)

·         Establish ICT system (0.5bn)

Construction of staff quarters (6.00bn)

11.703 billion 12.1 billion 0.397 billion
Mbale RRH ·         CT scan (1m USD)

·         Mortuary (0.5bn)

·         Administration block (1.5bn)

·         Staff Accommodation (3.0bn)

13.412074 billion 14.292 billion 1.0 billion
Hoima RRH ·         Construction of staff house (3.5bn)

·         Complete extension of oxygen piping (0.3bn)

·         Expand installation of a solar system (0.3bn)

·         Secure the hospital (0.3bn)

·         Establish a waste system (0.5bn)

·         Improve Lab services (0.5bn)

·         Construct mortuary (1.0bn)

9.23 billion 9.49 billion 0.26 billion
Soroti RRH ·         Waste management (0.400bn)

·         Infrastructure development (2.0bn)

·         Human Resource Development

8.018 billion 8.579 billion 0.561 billion
Gulu RRH ·         Construction of a perimeter wall (1.0bn)

·         Procurement of a CT scan (2.5bn)

·         Renovation of old buildings

9.238 billion 9.953 billion 0.715 billion
Lira RRH ·         Dilapidated infrastructure (5.0bn)

·         Lack of medical equipment (5.0bn)

·         Staff accommodation (5.0bn)

·         Private wing (0.750bn)

8.810 billion 9.484billion 0.624billion
Moroto RRH ·         Construction of new wards and administration block. (14.00)

·         Construction of phase 3 of the staff accommodation. (2.400bn)

·         Mortuary (0.500bn)

·         Construction of the intern’s mess (2.500bn)

·         Installation of a backup solar system (0.200bn)

6.800 billion 5.750 billion 1.05 billion

 

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