The International Rescue Committee (IRC) a non-governmental organization that helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future, which has been operating in the hard to reach areas of Kagadi district for 2 years has ended its service offer.
This committee has been operating in Ndaiga and Mpeefu Sub counties especially by providing health care services to the people of these areas that are prone to epidemic diseases.
Addressing some district stakeholders in a closure meeting of the organization that sat at Seyeya hotel in Kagadi town council this afternoon, the IRC coordinator John Olechi explained that they have worked in this district since 2019 and also thanks the district for having worked with them well as a team.
On behalf of the District Health Officer Kagadi Paul Bahizi thanked IRC for the much work done in promoting the health of the people of Mpeefu and Ndaiga as the most fragile areas of this district.
The Ndaiga Sub county LC3 chairperson Oscar Chwinyai has awarded a certificate of appreciation for the work done by IRC but calls for more one year offer from them if possible.
Meanwhile, the Kagadi district LC.V chairperson Stephen Mfashingabo also thanked this organization for the tremendous work done, but also calls on the district to push forward some possible services they have been rendering.