Dr KANYARUKIKO Salathiel was appointed Director General of Kibogora Hospital on 1st November 2018.

 

The appointment was made by The Minister of health in collaboration with the Free Methodist Church in Rwanda. Dr Salathiel is a Rwandan Medical Practitioner who was born on 20th April 1954, in Nyamasheke District, Western Province of Rwanda. He holds a Master’s in Public Health and is a General Practitioner in Medicine. He was the recipient of a CAHO Scholarship from partners in the USA. He is an Active Member of Free Methodist church at Kibogora Parish.

 

He is married with 7 children and 10 grandchildren

 

Dr KANYARUKIKO Salathiel has been practicing Medicine for 16 Years. For a period from 2002 he served as a Medical Practitioner at Kibogora District Hospital. Between 2003 and 2012 he worked at Kibogora District Hospital as Medical Chief of Staff.

 

Between 2012 and 2014 he was appointed Medical Director at Bushenge Provincial Hospital by The Minister of Health.

 

Between 2014 and 2016 He was appointed Medical Director at Kirinda District Hospital by The Minister of Health.

 

Dr Salathiel is delighted to accept the position of Director general at Kibogora Hospital and is committed to the development of the hospital and all its services to the betterment of the Rwandan population, particularly those living in the Kibogora area. He looks forward to working with all partners, both in Rwanda and the Better Together partners overseas, to achieve those goals.

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PROGRESS

You can make a difference, as you can see we have a long road ahead of us but every donation is a step closer towards our goal. To save the lives of mothers and babies in Rwanda.

MATERNITY IN CRISIS

  •  The average bed occupancy was 140% during     2017.
  • Two women forced to share a single bed before and after the delivery of their child.
  • 50% more beds per ward than they were originally designed for resulting in serious overcrowding.

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We are extremely grateful for all donations made to support the work at Kibogora. We are happy to recieve donations by cheque in any currency. Donations made by credit or debit cards can be made in Pound Sterling, US Dollars or Euros.

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Action Kibogora

 

Sort Code 40 37 25

Account No: 34367227

 

Cheques should be made  payable to "ACTION KIBOGORA" and mailed to :-

 

ACTION KIBOGORA

7 Whittle Green

Woodplumpton

Preston

PR4 0WG

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We guarantee that 100% of all money received by the Kibogora Initiative is used at Kibogora in Rwanda. There are no deductions made for administration etc because the charity is run by supporters who give their time free of cost.

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Donations can also be made with major Credit and Debit cards via Paypal. To use this facility please click on the "DONATE" button below.

 

We guarantee that 100% of all money received by the Kibogora Initiative is used at Kibogora in Rwanda. There are no deductions made for administration etc because the charity is run by supporters who give their time free of cost.

Donations can also be made with major Credit and Debit cards via Paypal. To use this facility please click on the "DONATE" button below.

 

We guarantee that 100% of all money received by the Kibogora Initiative is used at Kibogora in Rwanda. There are no deductions made for administration etc because the charity is run by supporters who give their time free of cost.

HISTORY

Kibogora Hospital has a rich history spanning over half a century watch our short video below to find out more.

In 1942 Mr. Haley succeeded in obtaining a site from the government near the southern tip of Lake Kivu to establish the first Free Methodist mission station in what would become Rwanda. The site was known as Kibogora. By 1945, an orphanage, school and dispensary had been established. Two qualified nurses were working in the mission dispensary treating more than 200 patients per day, 95 students were in the school, and 27 school chapels had been opened in outlying areas.

 

There is no longer a large expatriate staff at the hospital, the management now being in the hands of Rwandan doctors. Medical assistance is provided by visiting specialists from overseas. Their stay may be for a month or a year, depending on the need and availability of the specialists. Julie Yerger is now the only  medical missionary living permanently at Kibogora..

 

In the 70 or so years the mission has been at Kibogora, the needs of the population have changed but not decreased. Poverty, malaria, AIDS and other debilitating diseases have a devastating effect on many lives. The need for additional funds to treat patients is never ending; the limited medical resources mean that many die who could be cured. The work started in 1942 goes on.

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The average bed occupancy was 140% during 2017, meaning that there were 2 women forced to share a single bed before and after the delivery of their child. The current wards were built in the 1970’s and there now are 50% more beds per ward than they were designed for resulting in serious overcrowding.

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ABOUT US

Action Kibogora was formed to support the redevelopment of the Maternity and Neonatology wards at Kibogora Hospital. All funds donated to Action Kibogora will go towards this project with no deductions for administration or management. The charity is run by volunteers who have a passion to see this unacceptable situation at Kibogora rectified.

  •   +      Maternity in Crisis

    The ever growing demand for Maternity services has stretched existing resources to breaking point and the Maternity and Neonatology services are in crisis. The average bed occupancy was 140% during 2017, meaning that there were 2 women forced to share a single bed before and after the delivery of their child. The current wards were built in the 1970’s and there now are 50% more beds per ward than they were designed for resulting in serious overcrowding.

  •   +      Our Vision  & Mission

    Action Kibogora has had designs prepared for a new Maternity ward and neonatology unit which will increase the number of maternity beds for 37 to 90 and provide 39 neonatology beds plus an additional operating theatre.

     

    The new facilities will include inside flush toilets and showers with multiple hand washing points throughout the wards.

     

    These new wards will greatly improve the quality of care for both mothers and babies and will provide an environment in which trainee midwifes can be mentored.

     

    The cost of providing these new wards is estimated at £1.3million (US$1.7million) the construction will be done in two phases.

     

    1. Site/ground preparation and retaining walls £514,000 (US$687,000)

     

    2. Building Construction £787,000 (US$1,050,000)

     

    We are urgently seeking donations for this work therefore if you would care to donate please go to the “Donate” page, we welcome all donations large or small.

  •   +      Kibogora Hospital

    Kibogora Hospital is a rural hospital of 274 beds located in Southwest Rwanda on the shores of Lake Kivu. It serves a population of approximately 250,000. Kibogora is also a referral centre with a team who are responsible to train, monitor and evaluate 13 outlying health centres and health posts.

     

    The hospital provides surgical, general medical, paediatric, maternity and neonatal services with an extremely busy outpatient department. The support facilities include X-ray, laboratory, HIV/Aids testing and treatment, dentistry, ophthalmology, physiotherapy and family planning clinics.

     

    An important part of life at Kibogora hospital is provided by the Social Affairs department and the Chaplaincy. These departments provide palliative care and the basic social and spiritual needs of both patients and staff.

     

    Rwanda is one of the world’s poorest countries and has great health care needs. According to Rwanda’s Ministry of Health there is only one doctor for every 20,000 people and 50 children per 1000 live births die before the age of five.

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BANK DETAILS

DONATE

Action Kibogora

 

Sort Code 40 37 25

Account No: 34367227

 

Cheques should be made  payable to "ACTION KIBOGORA" and mailed to :-

 

ACTION KIBOGORA

7 Whittle Green

Woodplumpton

Preston

PR4 0WG

£

$

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