We are currently working on a partnership with the Engeye Health Clinic to work on urgent and emergent medical transport for patients in need in a cost-effective, efficient, & sustainable manner utilizing specially adapted “sidecar ambulances”.
The Engeye Health Clinic is located in the town of Ddegeya southwest of the capitol, Kampala, in southern Uganda.
Uganda is recovering from decades of civil war, yet still struggles with violent outbreaks from the Lord’s Resistance Army. in 2007, the Engeye Clinic opened its doors to aid a community in desperate need of basic healthcare. The clinic was founded after American medical students from SUNY Albany discovered a village that lacked drinking water, electricity, and healthcare. Local Ugandan healthcare workers staff the clinic full-time. One of the clinic’s directors, Misty Richards, was put in touch with Ben by a mutual colleague based on similar ideas and aspirations.