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Pictorial: Palliative Care Association Of Uganda (PCAU) Visits Kitovu Mobile to film a commemorative Documentary

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Palliative Care Association of Uganda (PCAU) has today,Tuesday, visited  Kitovu Mobile, to film a commemorative documentary as it (PCAU) celebrates 20 years of Palliative Care Advocacy in Uganda.

PCAU gave member organisations with  whom they extend palliative care services,to be part of their  historical documentary.

They interviewed Kitovu Mobile Palliative Care Nurse,Palliative Care Focal Person and later visited one of Kitovu Mobile Palliative Care Clients. Mr Paul Lubega,who battles HIV and Prostate Cancer,shared how he has greatly benefited from palliative care services,mostly getting rid of the intense pain that had taken toll on him before he was linked to Kitovu Mobile in 2017.

Palliative Care Nurse going out for a home visit. PHOTOS BY MOSES MUWULYA

At Lubega’s home in Kyanjovu,Buwunga Sub-county,Masaka District

Lubega shares how he currently feels. He can now support himself unlike before.

Lubega shares how he currently feels. He can now support himself unlike before.

Lubega's wife,who is taking good care of him has also benefited from palliative care. She says her husband could go through alot of pain which worried her greatly.

Lubega’s wife,who is taking good care of him has also benefited from palliative care. She says her husband could go through a lot of pain which worried her greatly.

Palliative Care Focal Person sharing the achivements in the last 19 years of paternering with Palliative Care Association Of Uganda

Palliative Care Focal Person sharing the achievements in the last 19 years of patterning with Palliative Care Association Of Uganda.

Kitovu Mobile Medical Center acting in-charge,Livingstone Katerega shares how clients have generally benefited from Palliative Care services and the need to have universal coverage.,

Kitovu Mobile Medical Center acting in-charge,Livingstone Katerega shares how clients have generally benefited from Palliative Care services and the need to have universal coverage.,

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