St Cecilia Buyamba Health Centre IIIHealth Centre III, Rakai
Buyamba dispensary and maternity centre is a Private Not for Profit health centre III owned by Registered Trustees of Masaka Diocese under the Uganda Catholic Medical Bureau supervised by the Diocesan Health Office.
It is the Found in south western region of the Republic of Uganda just 220 kilometers away from the capital city Kampala. It’s located in Masaka Catholic Diocese, Rakai district, Kooki County, Ddwaniro Sub County in Buyamba Parish, Kinawa L/C I. It started as a dispensary for the pupils of St Cecilia Buyamba boarding primary school in 1986 and later Masaka Diocese decided to extend it and be independent from the school so as to help the whole community of Buyamba Parish and the neighborhood.
It started as a dispensary for the pupils of St Cecilia Buyamba boarding primary school in 1986 and later due to public demand in the area, community members asked the parish to extend its service so that they could access medical services which were unavailable in the area. It was thought wise by the diocese that instead of just opening up the dispensary of the school to the community, it would rather be better to put up an independent facility from the school which would serve the whole community of Buyamba Parish and the neighboring places. This is how St. Cecilia Buyamba dispensary and maternity center came to be
Strengths Weakness Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) Analysis 2021
- Availability of Qualified staff,
- Availability of drugs.
- Functional HUMC.
- Lack of health unit ambulance
- Inadequate waiting area
- Limited infrastructure
- Poor communication with the community
- Poor documentation
- High staff attrition rate.
- Stock outs of some essential medicines like Sulphurdoxine-pyremethamine (SP)
- Inadequate medical equipments.
- Low staff motivation.
- Insecure environment.
- Community mobilization by the Church
- Support by VHTs
- Big catchment population
- Good location
- Availability of Development partners like Kitovu mobile, Safe Birth Project, World Bank RBF programmes.
- Long distance for clients to the unit
- Poor financial status of the community
- Competition from TBAs in community
- Poor maternal health seeking behavior of the community
- Rapidly emerging clinics that compete for the same services
- Vaccine stock outs
- Uncertain gas supply
2.3. REVIEW OF PREVIOUS PERFOMANCE
|b.Economic efficiency =Expenditure/SUO
Demographic Information projection for the 5 years
|Total catchment population||6498||6712||6934||7163||7399||7643|
|women in child bearing age||*0.202||1313||1356||1401||1447||1495||1544|
|Number of pregnancies||*0.05||325||336||347||358||370||382|
|Number of births||*0.0485||315||326||336||347||359||371|
|Children under 1 year||*0.043||279||289||298||308||318||329|
|Children under 5 years||*0.202||1313||1356||1401||1447||1495||1544|
|Suspected TB cases||*0.003||19||20||21||21||22||23|
|People under 15 years||*0.46||2989||3088||3190||3295||3404||3516|
|2||KALULE ALICE||E/M||ASS INCHARGE/MATERNITY INCHARGE|
|3||WANNYANA FLORENCE||E/M||UNEPI ICHARGE|
|4||NAKALEMA SUZAN||E/N||SURVEILANCE FOCAL PERSON|
|5||MUSAKUWONA MARIA||L/A||LAB INCHARGE/ART FOCAL PERSON|
|7||NAKABIITO WINNIE||STOERE MANAGER|