Uganda’s Vision 2040 identified one of the challenges to Development as being inadequate human resource.
Uganda's doctor-to-patient ratio is estimated at 1:25,725 with a nurse to patient ratio of 1: 11,000.
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends one physician per 1,000 people (Nov 2017).
The situation therefore calls for further investment in the health sector to cover the gap.
Through Public Private Partnership (PPP), Government of Uganda encourages the Private sector, composed of wealthy individuals and investors, communities, civil society organizations, Local and International NGOs, and Faith-Based Organizations to play its role effectively and efficiently to supplement government’s efforts of availing education to all.
It is for this reason that the Luziibangi International Health School is applying for seeks donations to complete the School.
The Project aims at addressing the crucial labour market shortages in highly skilled professionals in midwifery and nursing management in Uganda and the East African region. The School will provide certificate, diploma and degree courses in Nursing and Midwifery