Minister of State for Health (General) Richard Nduhura of Uganda

Nduhura was addressing a rally to mark the World Breastfeeding Week.
Minister of State for Trade Richard Nduhura was quoted as saying that "Uganda has lost a lot of money yet we would benefit more from the crop.
Richard Nduhura said when the Global Fund was suspended last year and later reinstated, its management was transferred to the ministry of Finance and Ernst and Young audit firm.
CONDOMS will be placed in public toilets in Bugiri district to encourage them to have protected sex, health state minister Richard Nduhura has said.
Nduhura was speaking at celebrations to mark 10 years of service of the Uganda Health Partners' Association at Kizinda playground in Bushenyi district on Friday.
Nduhura said he was happy to note that people no longer fear or hide themselves from testing for HIV/Aids.
He said, “Uganda exports 90% of its unprocessed hides, while the local industry uses only 10%," Nduhura said in an interview, in Kampala recently.
Nduhura said the ministry has been handling 16 cases of drug thefts, six of which have led to convictions.
The State Minister for Health, Richard Nduhura was on Monday thrown out of the Parliamentary Committee on Social Services after failing to explain the Ministry’s 2008/2009 budget figures.
The health minister in charge of general duties Dr Richard Nduhura has admitted that some staff at various government health centres in the country steal drugs and sell them to proprietors of private clinics.
Dr Nduhura was launching the Kebisoni Health Centre IV in Rukungiri District.
Mr Nduhura said 39 health centres in nine districts of south western Uganda will be rehabilitated and equipped to handle the increasing number of patients.
Nduhura said Mutolere Hospital in Kisoro and Ishaka Hospital in Bushenyi would each receive an ambulance early next year.
Richard Nduhura said this last week after opening a sh230m Joint Clinical Research Centre (JCRC) HIV/AIDS clinic at Mpigi health centre.
Nduhura said the government plans to equip the country’s entire 214 health centre IVs with HIV testing laboratories and kits.
Richard Nduhura says that the scheme is intended to improve health care and health service delivery to citizens of Uganda.
Ultimate MediaThe State Minister for Primary Health Care, Richard Nduhura has criticized local council leaders who are reluctant to enforce hygienic measures in their communities.
Nduhura says that this has sparked off health hazards like cholera epidemic, which is being reported in different parts of the country.
Speaking in Kampala, Nduhura said that local council leaders should use the existing by-laws to enforce sanitary and hygienic measures so as to guard against the spread of diseases.
During the weekly media briefing at the foreign affairs ministry in Kampala, Nduhura said the country was ready to provide health services during the summit, which will attract 5,000 delegates from 53 countries.
At Mulago, Nduhura said the casualty, intensive care units, the private wards on the 6th floor and the mortuary had been rehabilitated.
Nduhura said the hospitals would be open to the public because they are not CHOGM venues.
Nduhura said in case a communicable disease outbreak, the ministry would activate the National Emergence and Response Taskforce to manage epidemics.
IT is estimated that between 280,000 and 400,000 people in Uganda are blind and over one million, visually impaired, the state minister for health, Richard Nduhura has revealed.