"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
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.
FROM OUR BLOG
Since time in memorial, Community Health Workers (CHWs) like Harriet Nalugo have had to bear the burden of carrying heavy registers from door-to-door providing health
Nama Wellness with support from Ministry of Health-Uganda, Community Health Impact Coalition (CHIC) and Stanford Centre for Health Education launched the CHW advocacy training in