Community Medical Support Organization was started to operate as a Community Based Organization (CBO) in Febrary, 2017 in Jinja District. CMSO was not registered with the NGO Board.
To empower communities to become practically responsible to their health through a professional participatory approach, access to medical care and information dissemination around the region.
|MEDICAL SUPPORT||NON MEDICAL SUPPORT||COMMUNITY RELATIONSHIP|
|Immunization||guidance & Concilling||Health education|
- By December 2018, 500 mothers will have been equipped with knowledge and awareness about family planning in various villages.
- CMSO will have an operational and fully fledged Community center hub to model for the community people.
- 25000 people including elderly, youths, girls and boys, mothers will have access to medical services and they will be supported and monitor impact and behavioral change through success stories and evaluations.
We provide medical services to various communities and perform community clinics and create awareness through information dissemination.
The project will involve identifying, selecting, recruitment of well-trained doctors and nurses to carry on the community medical clinics. The project will involve procuring medical kits, medicines, books and receipt books for expenses, chairs and beds to use during the service provision and other requirements needed for the service. After training and orientation the staff will carry out and out medical clinic to different local villages around Kamuli, Buyende, Kaliro,Jinja Districts.
Supervision, implementation, reporting will directly be done by project manager. Management will help in coming up with strategies for the projects to enhance its sustainability.
The project is needed because it was an identified need by the beneficiaries, there is agent need for medical service to supplement on the government provided services. Besides having a program component mainly
focusing on reproductive health and service provision to local people, itâ€™s a way of helping people become responsible to their health. This reduces social implications of unattended to patients, child morbidity and maternal mortality especially amongst young girls &mothers of child bearing age who are exposed to HIV/AIDS infections and other sexually transmitted infections, unplanned pregnancies with associated social implications of abortion, street children, drug abuse.