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Ministry of Health (Uganda)

Uganda Ministry of Health Headquarters
General information
Type Government Offices
Location 6 Lourdel Road, Wandegeya
Kampala, Uganda
Coordinates

0°28′20″N 32°40′00″E / 0.4723°N 32.6667°E / 0.4723; 32.6667Coordinates: 0°28′20″N 32°40′00″E / 0.4723°N 32.6667°E / 0.4723; 32.6667

Height
Roof Tile
Technical details
Floor count 5
Lifts/elevators 2
Design and construction
Architect KK Partnership Architects[1]

The Uganda Health Ministry, commonly known as the Uganda Ministry of Health, is a government department in Uganda. The ministry is headed by three cabinet members; one Minister of Health and two State Ministers of Health.

Location

The headquarters of the ministry are located at:Plot 6 Lourdel Road, Wandegeya, Kampala, Uganda's largest city and capital. The coordinates of the headquarters are: 00 19 56N, 32 34 36E (Latitude:0.4723; Longitude:32.6667)[2]

Ministers

The current ministers in the Uganda Ministry of Health are as follows:

  • Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda - Minister of Health
  • Kataike Sarah Ndoboli - State Minister of Health for General Duties
  • Sarah Opendi - State Minister of Health for Primary Care

External links

  • Ministry of Health Homepage

Photos

  • Photo of the Headquarters of the Ministry of Health

See also

References

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