Solving the problem

The health problems of Africa are different to those of the rest of the world.

“A healthy population contributes to a country’s economic growth.” 2014 WHO report


of Ugandans have to pay out of pocket for their healthcare.


of Ugandans live below the poverty
line and so cannot afford “out of pocket”

NDE is a faith-based NGO

That is addressing the issues of better healthcare provision through Destiny Medical Centre.

Our vision is to provide healthcare that is




Ground Floor of Clinic

Upper Level of Clinic

“Dental caries is a pandemic affecting 60-90% of schoolchildren care and a vast majority of adults” - World Health Organisation

Dental Care

We will have dental clinic, dental hygienist, & dental laboratory where same day dentures can be made.

Optical Care

We will test vision & provide glasses on the same and we will treat cataracts in our outreach clinics 3 times a year

There are only 35 ophthalmologists in Uganda for a population of 49 million and 2.3 million people have uncorrected vision problems.

70% of child mortality is due to preventable diseases. About 6000 women die in childbirth each year in Uganda.

Children’s & Women’s Care

We will focus on children’s and women’s healthcare (including cervical and breast cancer screening).

Services to be offered by the Hope and Wellness programme

HIV clinics

Cancer screening

Free daily health education to the waiting patients

Menstrual hygiene management

Water, Sanitation and Health (WASH) project

Dental outreach clinics

Eyecare outreach clinics

Antenatal care

Family planning

Mental health counselling

Paediatric immunisations

Paediatric vitamin Clinics

Aims of Destiny Medical Centre

Reduce poverty

Financial sustainability

Environmental sustainability