Northern Uganda Self Sufficiency Project (NUSSP)

Health Programs

Community Clinic

The first of it's kind in the area

Providing essential medical care

to the community

NUSSP established the first-ever community health clinic/centre in Acholinyek village providing affordable medical services. We have successfully treated over 1500 outpatients in the first five months of operation. On average, six to seven patients walk into our facility each day seeking treatment for a variety of problems.

Water Wells

Well wishers contribution

Safe Drinking Water

for the community

Most people in rural Uganda still struggle over water daily. Children, women, and youths walk several kilometers to access water. The water sources are shared with domestic and wild animals, children use it as a swimming pool, and women wash clothes in it and still fetch some for domestic consumption hence problems with waterborne diseases.

We have changed some of these stories by drilling and establishing five community boreholes which are helping several households in the villages.