26th January, 2021
Interface Uganda has funded another newly qualified physiotherapist to help the therapy department at Kagando Hospital. Gloria Ndekezi is the only physiotherapist at the hospital to see all the inpatients on the wards, the outpatients and the people needing seeing in their homes / in the community. Interface has been funding newly qualified physiotherapists from Mbarara University since 2014 to help these people.
Abaho Anthony started at Kagando on 9th January 2021. We are looking forward to hearing from him to [...]
21st October, 2020
Thank you to CoRSU hospital in Kampala for providing these stories of patients that have been helped by Interface Uganda.
Here is one of the stories:
How an intervention by Interface restored hope to a 13-year-old boy
David’s nightmare started when he turned five years. He developed an itch on the face; the area between the nose and mouth. The swelling and pain was immense for the young boy. David’s mother Oliver, sought intervention of herbalists but the body tissue between the nose [...]
20th July, 2020
Brian was a newly qualified physiotherapist from Mbarara University when he started working at Kagando Hospital a year ago. Interface Uganda have funded him to work there for the past 12 months, and to help Gloria, the other physio working there permanently. He has written some great reports of his time spent there – here is his final one, which you can read by clicking here.
7th April, 2020
Have a read of this latest report from Brian (newly qualified physiotherapist). He has gained lots of experience and this report shares some of his achievements. You can read the full report here.
25th March, 2020
Every three months, Interface Uganda supplies CoRSU therapy department with thermoplastic splinting material. Here are some of the patients who have benefitted. For the full report, click here.
19th March, 2020
Have a look at Joseph’s report from the 9th Annual Conference of Indian Society of Peripheral Nerve Surgery.
This is what Joseph sent us:
Thank you Interface Uganda for the tremendous support. Surely attending this conference was remarkably rewarding and it’s already benefiting some of the patients I have interacted with since then. I’m optimistic that more will benefit with time and support from the rest of team.Thank you, Joseph Mbuga
6th March, 2020
2020 brings many changes to our charity. Andrew and Sarah Hodges (founders of the charity in 2001) have moved from Kampala, Uganda to work and teach in The Philippines. We will let you know how they are getting on out there once they are settled in and have time to give us an update.
Also, Karen Devaraj (administrator for the charity for the past 19 years) is handing over her role to Martin Pittard. So the admin part of the charity [...]