The government is creating 189 town councils, the last 78 of which are to become operational in July this year in what officials say will help take services closer to the people and create jobs.
These include areas automatically upgraded to town councils on the basis of being the designated headquarters for new districts.
This follows the ongoing construction and refurbishment under the Uganda health system strengthening project with funding from World Bank.
The ongoing sh18.65b renovation is part of the sh149.1b World Bank funded project to cover nine hospitals.
The hospital matron, Sr Stella Amude said: “The hospital was dilapidated due to the twenty years of the LRA rebellion. It had no running water that would not allow use of the flush toilets; staff quarters and wards were broken down and with no hospital ambulance.”
The Murchison Falls, also referred to as the Kabarega Falls, is a waterfall found on the course of the great Nile. It actually breaks the stunning Victoria Nile, that flows across Uganda’s northern region from the vast Lake Victoria to the deep Lake Kyoga and continuing to the northern tip of Lake Albert within the western arm of the great East African Rift.