Israel Gov’t to build a state of art intensive care unit for Mulago hospital


Israel ambassador H.E Noah Gal Gendler left and first lady Janat Museveni at serena hotel. photo by Tumwebaze Godfrey

By Mukose Arnold Anthony
Israel government through her regional ambassador H.E Noah Gal Gendler has revealed that they are in the final stages with Uganda government to construct a modern and state of the art intensive care unit at Mulago referral hospital.

This revelation was made on Friday evening at Serena before the 1st lady and minister of education and sports Hon Janat Kataha Museveni at the 70th Israel independence cerebrations.

Mr. Gendler said among other infrastructures which by the end of this year will be function is a direct flight connecting both countries on additional to Kampala based Uganda-Israel tourism center.

H.E also added that apparently, the two countries are now engaged in strategic meetings of how to effectively establish and put up these infrastructures.

It was at the same ceremony that Mr. Gendler re-affirmed salt media’s managing director Pr. Aloysius Bujingo appeal for an increased scholarship offered to Uganda which he said that the number of Ugandan scholars and Israel supported business Ugandans is to be increased soon.

While appearing on salt media platforms on Thursday last week, Mr Gendler expressed dismay over how Ugandans have mismanaged and used the fertile soils and the best world waters.

Israel ambassador H.E Noah Gal Gendler at Pastor Bugingo’ salt media. photo Tumwebaze Godfrey

Mr. Gendler said that its unfortunate for Ugandans today to die of famine with such fertile soils Which they have failed to develop via agriculture yet its should be the backbone of the country.

In response, Hon Kataha expressed gratitude over the good bi-lateral relation which has seen both countries build rapport.


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