Public health management
- Improve sanitation and hygiene waste management through enforcement of bi-laws at local level and public education.
- Ensure 100 percent latrine/toilet coverage within 2 years.
- Strengthen the surveillance and response capability of public health department at the ministry of health.
- Intensify immunization programmes against major diseases to achieve 100% coverage.
- Re-energize the family planning programme to encourage responsible parenthood and rigorously promote birth control options
- Engage in rigorous education and campaign especially in the rural areas on the benefits of family planning.
- Provide free birth control remedies to all mothers and ladies.
- Provide a monitoring and backfire health care program to all mothers that indicate negative reactions to birth control measures.
Safe Mother and Safe Child
- Provide 100 percent health coverage to all pregnant mothers (Ante-natal and Post-natal treatment).
- Provide supplementary feeds to pregnant mothers.
- Provide 100 percent health coverage to all children less than 5 years.
- Ensure unrestricted access to maternal health facilities throughout country.
- Train sufficient midwives to cover the current gap.
- Government Maternity labor ward per Sub County.
Prevention and Treatment of HIV/AIDS
- Intensify public education and sensitization programmes to encourage responsible sexual behavior and eliminate the stigma and discrimination associated with persons with HIV/AIDS.
- Ensure that all HIV/AIDS persons have access to essential medication and free ARVS.
- Collaborate with NGOs to create efficient outreach services for residential care of HIV/AIDS patients.
- Provide supplementary foods for HIV/AIDS patients who are disadvantaged.
Improved Primary Health Care Delivery
- Establish mobile clinics for preventive screening and basic treatment in rural places and marginal areas.
- Improve system of referrals to rationalize the utilization of different levels of health facilities.
- Government Hospital per district fully equipped.
- Ensure that health facilities that provide primary health care are well equipped and facilitated to deliver including assessment and initial treatment of disease conditions.
- Train more community health workers (aides) to expand primary health coverage.
- Train 3000 medical doctors over 10 years to improve the doctor people ratio.
Emergency Medical Services
- Establish a National emergency and Ambulance services with linkages with Uganda Police Force.
- Procure sufficient and equipped ambulances to cover the entire country (at least an Ambulance every sub-county).
- Train sufficient numbers of medical technicians and nurses to handle trauma cases and critical illness and with real time communication with National emergency and Ambulance centers.
Elderly is Health
- Provide 100 percent health coverage to all elderly persons of 65 years and above.
- Provide supplementary foods appropriate for strengthening the health of the elderly.
- Outreach services to provide health services to the elderly from their residence.
Improved Health facilities
- Ensure that health sector receives at least 12% of the National budget and gradually increase the allocation to 15% as fiscal circumstances permit.
- Upgrade all the health facilities to ensure that they are equipped with appropriate personnel, equipment and medicines to meet targeted services at each level.
- Establish well-facilitated maternity wards and pediatric clinics as part of each health center at local levels
- Establish a well-equipped diagnostic and treatment centers as part of Health center IV.
- Build a modern hospital per district and renovate the existing ones.
- Establish an information technology platform to support telemedicine technologies for long distance and real – time consultation between major medical centers and rural health centers and between local specialists / consultants and international experts.
- Enact a health insurance act that requires all employers and employee both in private and public to contribute to health insurance.
- Facilitated and motivated Health worker Train sufficient numbers of Health workers including Doctors, nurses, midwives and technicians to meet the demand.
- Intensify the recruitment of Health workers in all public Health facilities.
- Review and revise the salaries and wages of Health workers to ensure that they are at par with the region.
- Establish incentives including further education, housing transport and Health insurance coverage for their immediate family members.
- Availability of medicines and medical equipment Maintain the ban on import duties on medicines and medical equipment and technologies.
- Restructure the procurement of medicines and equipment to regional level to ensure efficiency and eliminate waste.
- Institute health management systems to monitor and audit policy implementation, professional management, financial administration, procurements and service quality delivery.
- Central and regional referral hospitals
- Streamline services offered at Mulago hospital to only referral cases
- Revamp regional referral hospitals by adequate staffing, equipment and medical supplies to ease the load and associated inefficiency currently on Mulago hospital.
- Facilitate emergency services between local health centers and referral hospitals.
The delicate society
- Establish more clinics to ensure 24 hour services for sickle cell patients.
- Establish mandatory early diagnostic services to diagnose sickle cell patients throughout the country.
- As a requirement to check for sickle cells before marriage to prevent the surge of sickle cell patients in the country.