P.O Box 528, Gulu, Uganda
Tel: +256(0)793 852129

Organisation Structure

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Executive Director Office

Headed by the Executive Director, it oversees all organisational activities. It is responsible for the overall supervision of all the departments of the organization.

The Executive Director’s office, directly manages the Procurement, Internal Audit and Communication & Public Relations sections. The office of the executive director also manages the programs of (Child discipleship, Dairy farmers and micro- finance projects).

2. Finance and Administration Department

This section is responsible for financial planning and administration of the organisation by controlling the accounts, budget, purchasing and treasury of the organisation.
The department is headed by the Program Manager, it deals with three major sections of the organisation, namely;

  • Finance,
  • Human Resource Management and Training and
  • Administration.

3. The Health Care Department

The Department is headed by the In-charges of each facility. The Karin Medical Centre (KMC) in the Unyama Parish, and the Agonga Karin Community Health Centre (AKCHC) in the Agonga Parish. As a general health facility our staff include midwives, nurses and Clinical Officers as well as laboratory staff, counsellors, dispensary and support staff. Because the clinic’s opening hours reflect the needs of the community – we are open 24 hours, every day – we use a shift system and so employ a total of two Clinical Officers and over 19 medical and support staff. Their training was initially through their professional bodies and the clinical schools around Uganda. Since inception our staff have benefitted from district and partner courses on safe injection methods, medical waste management, pharmacy and laboratory practices and record keeping for reporting.
Through the various implementing partners we have improved our internal systems and protocols of how we serve the clients. Our recognition that clinical health and public health are closely related but require their own styles of engagement has helped us expand our services and combine free-to-client awareness and screening sessions with fee-based treatment and care services.

The clinics have a detention ward with five bed each for admissions and can offer over-night care. We have both a generator and a solar panel in the Agonga clinic so we can offer safe care even when there is a power cut in the district. Our laboratories have 100x microscope, centrifuge and cooling for samples. Our clinical staff have the necessary equipment for diagnosis of patients and we have a broad range of instruments, electric sterilisation systems and single-use syringes. We have been graded as a health centre II.