Our bid to provide the best support services in embedded in our work in all the areas of the country. Our support services range from Capacity Building, Healthcare Quality Improvement, Clinical and Social Support Services.

Because our work is focused on the people, we support and work with both private and public facilities to provide the best of care to vulnerable people. More than 682,1196 Ugandans have directly received services provided by Real Health. More people have received services at facilities supported by RHU in the past 10 years of our service to Ugandans

Contact us if you would like more information about our work.

RHU Drs during a capacity building session


The increasing harmful use of prescription medicines, such as opioids and benzodiazepines, is a major public health concern. The department is implementing SafeScript, a clinical tool that will provide information about a patient’s prescription history for certain high-risk medicines.

SafeScript campaign on Intranet
RHU Drs during a capacity building session

Emergency Response Sevices During the COVID-19 Lock down.

These monies will be used to purchase two ambulances. One ambulance will serve rural eastern uganda and another will serve the war tone northern Uganda .

Emergency Response Sevices During the COVID-19 Lock down

Community Support Campigns

Supporting Baby Destiny through hydrocephalus

Hydrocephalus can make baby destiny’s life uncomfortable, unhappy and most of all out of hope. Help us change baby Destiny’s life and enable his future become a bright and healthy one.

Baby Destiny’s Story
Kwong Doing a Delivery at EFI network Facility

Delivering medical supplies to rural Uganda

Malaria continues to threaten the lives of children and pregnant mothers in Uganda. A 2013/2014 report by the parliamentary committee of health showed that 50% of deaths caused by malaria in Uganda are among children below five years.

1 in 4 children are still not protected by mosquito nets or indoor residual spraying

Other public awareness campaigns

Paramedic with three health clinicians

Save lives. Save 000 for emergencies.

We want Victorians to have confidence that in an emergency they will get the care they need, when they need it. That’s why we all should save triple zero calls and ambulances for emergencies… because there are alternatives.

Better Health Channel campaign page
Dr. Odong Examining a dysmorphia case.

Help young adults with Bipolar and Dysmorphia

Help Us raise funds to support young people faced with mental illnesses across the country. An Estimated 46% of PLHIV are Bipolar and yet almost 24% of young people in Uganda suffer from elevated body dysmorphia.

Providing Hope for young people with body dysmorphia, Bipolar syndrome and Schizophrenia