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Kiwoko Hospital

Whilst looking for a specific project to focus our efforts we discovered, within the congregation, that we had mutual contacts with local connections around Strathspey. It seemed a ‘God -given’ direction and so began a connection between Alvie & Insh and Kiwoko Hospital which has indeed become a focus of our prayers, fund-raising as well as being the connection which led us to twin with its local church in Uganda, St. John’s Anglican Church in Kiwoko.

Kiwoko Hospital
In the Children's ward
Children's ward
Out patients clinic - Kiwoko

At the very centre of Kiwoko Hospital, on which all other work is founded, exists and is maintained, is the practical outworking and the sharing of our faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. It is God who initiated and blessed the work there through Dr Ian Clarke and it is the same Father, God and Lord who enables, prospers and maintains the work there through His faithful people. So, in seeking to bring health and healing, Kiwoko also seeks to meet the spiritual needs of patients and to be a light to the people of Luweero and all those who pass through or are associated with Kiwoko. These words have been taken from the web site  www.fokh.org.uk (Friends of Kiwoko Hospital) where even more information can be found about the hospital.

A couple of years ago, three of our members Drs. John & Muriel Berekeley and Di Lamb visited the hospital and were guests there and at the local church St.John's Kiwoko.

To see more of their comments click here

For an update in July 2009 of the work, the successes, the difficulties and the way the Lord uses the Hospital please click here

During October 2010 a small group of four people
travelled to Kiwoko to visit both the hospital and
our friends at St. John’s Church.
They recorded sounds and pictures of
the area, the people and their work and worship
to bring back to share with the church here.