Amolatar monument showing the geographic centre of Uganda is North of Lake Kyoga in Olyaka village, Olyaka parish in Namasale sub-county In Amolatar District, Northern Uganda.
Amolatar district is a peninsula district located in the centre of Uganda with approximate
population of 189,000 people having many inaccessible areas cut off by flooding, poor
road networks and inadequate health service delivery.
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 , 86 parishes, and 582 villages where some notable
number of the population being fishing communities are settling in over 60
government gazzeted landing sites. These communities are facing many disease
challenges, Gender based violence and minimal capacity of the government to setup
and sustain development projects for them.
The effects of the 21 years of LRA insurgency in the North and Amolatar in particular
left behind fragmented communities with a very high number of illiterate poor and
isolated vulnerable people who are not empowered in various aspects of life including
medically, and so HOPE CHARITY MEDICARE is providing a medical programme that
involves community outreach, health education, home based healthcare, mobile clinics,
psycho-social support and essential nutrition services so as to relieve the pain and
suffering left behind by the insurgency.
Your partnership with us and support both financial and in kind can help us to reach
these communities and bring hope to their lives.
Ebong Willy road, Inomo cell, Inomo ward, Amolatar town council, Amolatar district, Northern Uganda.
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