"Quality health services for rural communities, children, youth and women"

NAWEC developed a four-pillared strategy to build strong health systems

NAWEC’s essential link to the communities in the Nama sub-county. Since the COVID lockdowns in May 2020

Strengthening government health centres is the key to the sustainability of NAWEC’s community health approach

Providing support to our partner health facilities and CHWs. The NAWEC team travels to hard-to-reach villages

upgraded to level III during the pandemic period. COVID restrictions limited access to safe birthing facilities

OUR IMPACT

2021 Data

1000
NAWEC HC III Client Visits
100
Home visits conducted by NAWEC CHWs
0
Days of Support visits to government HCs
200
Clients in NAWEC weekly outreaches

About Us

Providing high-quality health care to the people of Mukono and its surrounding areas

Nama Wellness Community Centre (NAWEC) was founded in May 2014 and is headquartered in Lukojjo Village, Nama sub-county, Mukono District, Uganda. It has a long tradition of providing high-quality health care to the people of Mukono and its surrounding areas, specifically focused on women and children.

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Dental caries

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Providing high-quality health care to the people of Mukono and its surrounding areas

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NAWEC’s proactive response

We made the decision early in the COVID-19 pandemic to continue and even
intensify our efforts to strengthen high-quality community health services in the Nama sub-county.

While the COVID-19 pandemic was destabilizing and caused great suffering in our community, we have come out of it stronger and with an even greater bond with the communities we serve.

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