Uganda has had many wars from the time it gained her independence in 1962, however the most devastating one was the Kony war between 1987 and 2006, with mild rebel activities that have significantly affected the health service delivery in most parts of Uganda especially regions of northern and eastern parts Uganda.

The war tone areas have inadequate health facilities and majority of the people who are affected are the poor people, these are a very vulnerable group and often bare a huge burden of diseases. War areas have challenges that affect the quality of services delivered, inadequacy of trained health workers, shortage of essential drugs, poor attitude of the health workers, and long distances to health facilities.

Hope Worldwide International Uganda, call upon our dear core funders and donors, well-wishers,  non-governmental organization and all other partners to join hands with us to support the people who are in war areas so that basic health needs are met in Uganda