• SSOULJOURNS - KISHAN GADHIA A MEDICAL DOCTOR IN UGANDA SAVED BY SAI BABA

    Dr. Kishan Gadhia recounts his narrow escape from death while working as a doctor in Uganda in the mid 1960s. A first person account of Sai Baba's intervention at the last possible moment. Dr. Gadhia also talks about first learning of Sai Baba in 1955 and his first visit to Baba's ashram in 1960. Welcome to Souljourns. Questions or comments? Write us at souljourns9@aol.com The opinions expressed here are those of the person being interviewed. Souljourns does not necessarily endorse past, present or future opinions of interviewees.

    published: 12 Aug 2012
  • Uganda’s Medical Doctor Invests In Clean Energy Production

    A doctor has set up a fast-growing business based on the supply of household cooking gas. Part of his aim, is to drastically reduce indoor air pollution, by replacing firewood, charcoal and kerosene, with cleaner LPG.

    published: 30 Jan 2015
  • Witch doctors reveal extent of child sacrifice in Uganda

    published: 30 Nov 2011
  • Zzizinga is a "witch doctor" | Minibuzz Uganda

    Hit the Subscribe button to stay updated about new Minibuzz sketches & discussion! Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/minibuzzkyogereko Minibuzz Uganda is a daily TV program aired on Bukedde in Uganda. Every morning we pick up random commuters and with them we discuss the news, current affairs and issues that affect their lives on a day to day basis. We record the show every morning and broadcast that same evening. Watch Minibuzz from Monday to Friday on Bukedde TV 1 from 6.30-7pm with a weekly re-run on Saturday from 3pm to 4pm. Minibuzz on Twitter: @minibuzzuganda

    published: 12 Aug 2015
  • The witch doctor, Uganda

    Full trip report @ http://www.memoriesofmorocco.com

    published: 09 Jan 2014
  • Uganda Doctor on Ebola: Researchers Warn That More Needs To Be Done

    As Liberia marks the end of Ebola infections in that country, researchers warn that more needs to be done. A Ugandan expert who was at the forefront of the Ebola fight in West Africa has been recounting some of the mistakes made and lessons learnt to CCTV's Leon Ssenyange.

    published: 16 May 2015
  • EAT DA POO POO [AFRICA DO NOT WANT THIS SICKNESS]

    I don't agree with this person but i really thought his ignorance should be viewable on youtube, I mean CMON he's really put a lot of effort into researching his arguments. Intense ugandan hate speech against homosexuals... To get the full story... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lo77w_71hA0 premi CC nell'interfaccia del video per attivare i sottotitoli in Italiano!]

    published: 15 Jul 2010
  • Ssenga ne Kojja - Okusikina, Okuzina Emana - Bedroom Doctors Uganda

    Download New Music from http://www.djerycom.com Like My Facebook Page at http://www.facebook.com/djerycom Download Ugandan Music, Ugandan Videos, Ugandan Radio, Ugandan Musicians, Ugandan Artists, Rwanda Music, Burundi Music, Uganda Music Promoter DJ Erycom Rwanda Videos, Burundi Videos, DJ Erycom, Erycom Music Mix, Nonstop Videos, Kenya Music, Ugandan Movies, Ekina Uganda, Ugandan Films, DJ Mixes, Download Music, Injyana Nyarwanda, Indirimbo Nyarwanda, Umuziki Nyarwanda, www.ugandanradio.com EbinaUganda.

    published: 08 May 2014
  • Road to Gabon: Ronald Kisolo on being the Uganda Cranes team doctor

    Dr. Ronald Kisolo is the man you usually see running onto the pitch when a Cranes player collapses in a heap. Sam Mpoza picked his mind about the thankless job he does. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda

    published: 11 Jan 2017
  • Modern Day Slavery of Postgraduate Medical Doctors in Uganda (Video by MUK postgraduate doctors)

    The plight of Senior House Officers in Mulago Hospital By Prince Kakungulu Edward Back in 2012, while I was attending to patients in one of the private hospitals in Kampala, a mother walked in at 3:00 am with her child who had an exacerbation of Asthma (severe allergic airway disease). She requested to see a pediatrician (a specialist doctor for babies and children), to her dismay there was none at that time and out of frustration she asked, “But how are these specialists made?” Specialist doctors in the making are referred to as Senior House Officers here in Uganda (and in Ireland, and formerly in the UK and other countries whose education systems are similar to the UK)while in the US they are called Medical residents. They are postgraduate students in a university training to acquire ...

    published: 21 Nov 2016
SSOULJOURNS - KISHAN GADHIA  A MEDICAL DOCTOR IN UGANDA SAVED BY SAI BABA

SSOULJOURNS - KISHAN GADHIA A MEDICAL DOCTOR IN UGANDA SAVED BY SAI BABA

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  • Updated: 12 Aug 2012
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Dr. Kishan Gadhia recounts his narrow escape from death while working as a doctor in Uganda in the mid 1960s. A first person account of Sai Baba's intervention at the last possible moment. Dr. Gadhia also talks about first learning of Sai Baba in 1955 and his first visit to Baba's ashram in 1960. Welcome to Souljourns. Questions or comments? Write us at souljourns9@aol.com The opinions expressed here are those of the person being interviewed. Souljourns does not necessarily endorse past, present or future opinions of interviewees.
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Uganda’s Medical Doctor Invests In Clean Energy Production

Uganda’s Medical Doctor Invests In Clean Energy Production

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  • Duration: 2:51
  • Updated: 30 Jan 2015
  • views: 723
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A doctor has set up a fast-growing business based on the supply of household cooking gas. Part of his aim, is to drastically reduce indoor air pollution, by replacing firewood, charcoal and kerosene, with cleaner LPG.
https://wn.com/Uganda’S_Medical_Doctor_Invests_In_Clean_Energy_Production
Witch doctors reveal extent of child sacrifice in Uganda

Witch doctors reveal extent of child sacrifice in Uganda

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  • Updated: 30 Nov 2011
  • views: 24465
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https://wn.com/Witch_Doctors_Reveal_Extent_Of_Child_Sacrifice_In_Uganda
Zzizinga is a "witch doctor" | Minibuzz Uganda

Zzizinga is a "witch doctor" | Minibuzz Uganda

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  • Duration: 4:31
  • Updated: 12 Aug 2015
  • views: 6915
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Hit the Subscribe button to stay updated about new Minibuzz sketches & discussion! Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/minibuzzkyogereko Minibuzz Uganda is a daily TV program aired on Bukedde in Uganda. Every morning we pick up random commuters and with them we discuss the news, current affairs and issues that affect their lives on a day to day basis. We record the show every morning and broadcast that same evening. Watch Minibuzz from Monday to Friday on Bukedde TV 1 from 6.30-7pm with a weekly re-run on Saturday from 3pm to 4pm. Minibuzz on Twitter: @minibuzzuganda
https://wn.com/Zzizinga_Is_A_Witch_Doctor_|_Minibuzz_Uganda
The witch doctor, Uganda

The witch doctor, Uganda

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  • Duration: 0:58
  • Updated: 09 Jan 2014
  • views: 604
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Full trip report @ http://www.memoriesofmorocco.com
https://wn.com/The_Witch_Doctor,_Uganda
Uganda Doctor on Ebola: Researchers Warn That More Needs To Be Done

Uganda Doctor on Ebola: Researchers Warn That More Needs To Be Done

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  • Duration: 2:06
  • Updated: 16 May 2015
  • views: 136
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As Liberia marks the end of Ebola infections in that country, researchers warn that more needs to be done. A Ugandan expert who was at the forefront of the Ebola fight in West Africa has been recounting some of the mistakes made and lessons learnt to CCTV's Leon Ssenyange.
https://wn.com/Uganda_Doctor_On_Ebola_Researchers_Warn_That_More_Needs_To_Be_Done
EAT DA POO POO [AFRICA DO NOT WANT THIS SICKNESS]

EAT DA POO POO [AFRICA DO NOT WANT THIS SICKNESS]

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  • Duration: 2:22
  • Updated: 15 Jul 2010
  • views: 2799049
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I don't agree with this person but i really thought his ignorance should be viewable on youtube, I mean CMON he's really put a lot of effort into researching his arguments. Intense ugandan hate speech against homosexuals... To get the full story... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lo77w_71hA0 premi CC nell'interfaccia del video per attivare i sottotitoli in Italiano!]
https://wn.com/Eat_Da_Poo_Poo_Africa_Do_Not_Want_This_Sickness
Ssenga ne Kojja - Okusikina, Okuzina Emana - Bedroom Doctors Uganda

Ssenga ne Kojja - Okusikina, Okuzina Emana - Bedroom Doctors Uganda

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  • Duration: 7:04
  • Updated: 08 May 2014
  • views: 543534
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Download New Music from http://www.djerycom.com Like My Facebook Page at http://www.facebook.com/djerycom Download Ugandan Music, Ugandan Videos, Ugandan Radio, Ugandan Musicians, Ugandan Artists, Rwanda Music, Burundi Music, Uganda Music Promoter DJ Erycom Rwanda Videos, Burundi Videos, DJ Erycom, Erycom Music Mix, Nonstop Videos, Kenya Music, Ugandan Movies, Ekina Uganda, Ugandan Films, DJ Mixes, Download Music, Injyana Nyarwanda, Indirimbo Nyarwanda, Umuziki Nyarwanda, www.ugandanradio.com EbinaUganda.
https://wn.com/Ssenga_Ne_Kojja_Okusikina,_Okuzina_Emana_Bedroom_Doctors_Uganda
Road to Gabon: Ronald Kisolo on being the Uganda Cranes team doctor

Road to Gabon: Ronald Kisolo on being the Uganda Cranes team doctor

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  • Duration: 3:18
  • Updated: 11 Jan 2017
  • views: 202
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Dr. Ronald Kisolo is the man you usually see running onto the pitch when a Cranes player collapses in a heap. Sam Mpoza picked his mind about the thankless job he does. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
https://wn.com/Road_To_Gabon_Ronald_Kisolo_On_Being_The_Uganda_Cranes_Team_Doctor
Modern Day Slavery of Postgraduate Medical Doctors in Uganda (Video by MUK postgraduate doctors)

Modern Day Slavery of Postgraduate Medical Doctors in Uganda (Video by MUK postgraduate doctors)

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  • Duration: 6:06
  • Updated: 21 Nov 2016
  • views: 133
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The plight of Senior House Officers in Mulago Hospital By Prince Kakungulu Edward Back in 2012, while I was attending to patients in one of the private hospitals in Kampala, a mother walked in at 3:00 am with her child who had an exacerbation of Asthma (severe allergic airway disease). She requested to see a pediatrician (a specialist doctor for babies and children), to her dismay there was none at that time and out of frustration she asked, “But how are these specialists made?” Specialist doctors in the making are referred to as Senior House Officers here in Uganda (and in Ireland, and formerly in the UK and other countries whose education systems are similar to the UK)while in the US they are called Medical residents. They are postgraduate students in a university training to acquire a master’s degree of medicine in any of the many fields that includes Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Medicine, Psychiatry, Ophthalmology, Ear, nose and throat, Anesthesia, Orthopedics, Neurosurgery among others. All Senior House Officers come back to specialize with too much experience in Health care provision and AdministrationPersonally I graduated from Gulu University having trained at Gulu Regional Referral Hospital, St. Mary’s Hospital Lacor plus attending community based learning in Anaka Hospital in Amuru District. I completed a year of internship in Hoima Regional Referral Hospital and Jinja Regional referral Hospital before I took on a contract job with Uganda Cancer Institute. At Uganda Cancer Institute we treated all kinds of tumors including Breast cancer and cervical cancer in women, prostate cancer in men and blood cancers known as leukemia in in children. I terminated my contract two years later to join postgraduate training in General Surgery at Makerere University. Many of my colleagues have been District Health Officers and Hospital administrators and some have even completed postgraduate training in other fields such as Business, Law and Public health. Our training is one of apprenticeship, we learn on job, the training is full time, rigorous and we are usually few in each field given the bulk of resources and time it takes to train one Senior House officer. We work 24hrs a day, teach undergraduate medical students, supervise intern doctors, clinical officers, Medical officers and we report to the consultants. Part of my work is to understand the ailment of a patient, provide emergency treatment that often at times includes cardiorespiratory resuscitation in case the persons heart has stopped, making sure he/she is breathing, provide supplementary oxygen if necessary replace blood and body fluids if insufficient. The next step is to wheel the patient to the operating theatre and to correct that problem that led to a change in the patient’s health. This may require doing a laparotomy (opening up the abdomen), fixing a fracture ( from the many bodaboda accidents, ), drain a blood collection from the skull and the like. In pediatrics the Senior House Officers have the responsibility of saving lives of innocent babies who are brought to the hospital with severe malaria, convulsions , reduced amounts of blood in their bodies (anemia), and those that can hardly breathe either due to allergic airway diseases (asthma) or having swallowed food and it gets logged in the airway or drunk poisonous substances such as paraffin Specialist trainees in obstetrics and gynecology attend to our mothers in labor perform caesarean sections (C-section) and make sure that both mother and baby are safe. Such work is on the hour, even when one is to put down his head for a moment, the phone is never to be off. You can be called upon by the patient, caretakers, relatives, junior doctors and consultants. Suffice it to say We are at the centre of health care delivery, to say the least. There is no room for error.. Beyond Mulago hospital we and our lecturers engage in medical camps to provide free health care to the hard to reach communities. I have been to Kitgum Matidi, Patongo prisions in Pader district, Amuru Health centre, Rukungiri town, Rubuguri in Kisoro District on the border of Uganda and Congo, Mubende, Kiganda and Ntwetwe health centres in Kyankwanzi  for such healthcare camps. At the Kyankwanzi health camp which was the most recent,  we had a Surgical camp and operated on over 300 people. We are soon heading to Kiruhura for yet another camp. Postgraduate training also catapults one to becoming a scholar engaging in research to innovate homemade solutions to address challenges in treating tropical diseases that selectively affect Africans. Such diseases include HIV and HIV associated Cancers, Sickle cell disease,  tunga penetrans also known as jiggers, Buruli ulcers among others. Most of this research is funded by the students themselves. Training can be challenging with many of our colleagues taking twice the duration necessary to complete, a number drops out before completion and some are d
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