Ourganda employs two medical care teams comprised of three medical clinical officers, two midwives, two nurses, two drivers, and a part-time accountant.
How the Volunteer Wellness Clubs Benefit Each Village:
The Person of Health, village midwife, and story collector work together as that village’s extension of the care team.
Health Practices – The local team of three encourages attendance at core classes, reminds people to live according to what they have learned, and urges people who are not wellness club members to join.
Water System – The local team protects the water system from misuse or sabotage, assures that the water is not wasted, and reports any problems to the master care team.
Water Filters – The local team organizes the sharing of filters so that the maximum number of people can drink clean water, assures that each filter is properly maintained, and keeps inventory of the number of filters used and the number of people who are drinking clean water.
Village Health Kit – The local team keeps the village health kit safe from theft or misuse, distributes supplies and medications as needed, and keeps an inventory of what needs to be replaced.
THESE ARE SOME OF OUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Fully Engaged Wellness Club Members
Water Systems that Provide Water for Over 5,000 People
Pregnant moms who receive daily multivitamin supplements
In western Uganda, people’s lives are frequently lost without intervention that costs so little. It is incomprehensible to those of us who have access to medical care.
Ourganda exists for one reason: To save the next Zebrina, and many hundreds like her, in the Bundibugyo District.
Ourganda is 100% non-denominational; those who serve with us do so without a denominational label. Our medical education and services are offered with no strings attached. We gladly serve everyone without regard to faith, gender, or ethnicity.