Please follow this link below to reach the site for the clinic’s work in Uganda

Our beginning: April 2000
The Clinic >>
Hope Clinic Lukuli
Lukuli-Nanganda, Makindye

P.O Box 4290

Kampala - Uganda
Tel: +256 (0)414 386205
Please follow the link below for the site for the Charity registered in the United Kingdom through which you can support our projects in Africa.
The Charity >>


This site is under constant review and update. We see it as the best means of contact to partners in health provision to the poor in Uganda. We can also keep you informed through e-mails and will respond if you contact us at the above address. New information will firstly be posted to the site, with the newsletter following quarterly. If you would like to help us design or add to the website please let us know. We keep a blog called hcluganda Hope Clinic blog we have also started tweeting. To reach the co-founders please use

We believe in openness and transparency so if you wish to contact organisations, supporters or individuals named on this site, please contact the clinic or the charity who will forward your query and ask them to respond to you directly. If you have been looking for something to support that will make a difference at the ground level, without high administration costs, please read on.

Two of the co-founders, Philip and Clare, moved from Uganda in 2012 but remain closely involved and committed to the clinic and its objectives of serving the community of Lukuli and the neighbouring villages. The founding board members and staff have taken on all management roles during 2013 and 2014.

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We are pleased to receive a third round of support from the Rotary Club of Cheltenham Cleeve Vale. Read more at

In August 2012, Hope Clinic welcomed the visiting president of Rotary International, Sakuji Tanaka. He also participated in a free medical outreach at Hope Clinic, Lukuli-Nanganda in Makindye division.

Sakuji commended Rotarians for identifying people’s needs.

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