Health Monitoring Unit recovers more medical supplies

The health monitoring Unit has revealed that  since  its inception  it has made recoveries of medicine, health supplies, equipment  and cash embezzled worth over Shs 15 billion. Addressing  journalists  at the media center the director health monitoring unit Dr. Jackson Ojera Abusu added that shs 3billion of hard cash was recovered and has since been remitted to the  consolidated  fund.

Dr. Jackson Ojara Abusu

Abusu says that the unit also managed to follow  up and recovered  GAVI funds worth Shs 846M which was unaccounted for from 80 districts  further adding that more shs 13billion funds meant for polio and measles  vaccination  programs  was also recovered. Meantime in the August, the Health  monitoring  unit managed to recover unaccounted  for Baylor funds worth Sharing 13M in the Teso region in the districts of Kaberamaido, Serere DLG, Vision Terudo in Ngora, and Kumi.

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