HOPE CHARITY MEDICARE (HCM) is an indigenous non-profit Community Based Organisation (CBO) founded in 2016 and duly registered in 2021 with Reg No: ADLG/009/2021 in compliance with the laws of Uganda specifically the national NGO policy of 2010, NGO Act 2016 and NGO regulations of 2017 with Amolatar district local government. HCM operates a private not for profit (PNFP) Health Centre registered with The Allied Health Professionals Council-Uganda Reg No: 20318. We provide equitable and accessible comprehensive community centered and facility patient centered health-care services to the isolated rural and vulnerable communities in Amolatar and the surrounding districts.
HCM collaborates with Amolatar district local government health department and local communities to promote healthy living, disease prevention, diagnosis and curative services to a population of over 30,000 people annually. HCM is the most dependable CBO offering healthcare services in Amolatar district.
HCM Health centre is located on Ebong Willy road, Inomo cell, Inomo ward, Amolatar town council, Amolatar district, Northern Uganda. Amolatar district is a peninsula district in the centre of Uganda with approximate population of 189,000 people closed by Lake Kyoga in the South and L. kwania in the North with a small pathway through Ochero rock to Kaberamaido, Dokolo, and Lira districts.
Because of this geographical location and being a peninsula district affected by the 21 years of LRA war in the North, it is characterized by high number of illiterate poor and isolated vulnerable communities with many disease challenges, poor road networks and inadequate health service delivery. Hence the birth of HCM in Amolatar came as a response to the community need of a private not for profit health centre offering equitable, accessible and quality health care services to the isolated rural and vulnerable communities.
Eight years of humanitarian work as Medical Lab technologist and M &E officer in isolated rural villages of South Sudan with AMREF, MSF France, ARC and MOH South Sudan in the delivery of basic packages of health services project sponsored by health pool fund, Maternal and neonatal child health project sponsored by EU, and Intergrated HIV/AIDS and TB project with specific focus on tracing MDR-TB cases and viral load in HIV/AIDS positive people sponsored by UNDP south Sudan
Worked as Enrolled Nurse In South Sudan with Magwi PHCC Implementing health pool fund 1 Project
C/Person Amolatar district inter-religious council, Member Amolatar district HIV/AIDS committee, Member Amolatar district COVID-19 task force
Development manager Civil service of Uganda With expert knowledge in public/private sector Development
As HOPE CHARITY MEDICARE our main focus and mandate is to reach and deliver the essential and much needed medical services to these vulnerable people in hard to reach areas in the 16 sub counties