American Scientist Donates Medical Center in Uganda

American Scientist Donates Medical Center in Uganda

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wentznkids_lgA ray of hope has dawned in the lives — and health care — of many Africans, after the construction of an ultra-modern medical facility in Uganda, largely due to the generosity of an American scientist and businessman. . .

The Wentz Medical Centre and Laboratory, a project of the African Renewal Ministries (ARM), has been funded by renowned microbiologist and immunologist Dr. Myron Wentz, through the US-based Children’s Hunger Fund (CHF). Wentz is the founder of USANA Nutritionals, a publicly traded network marketing company that manufactures health products.

Addressing the press at Hotel Africana in Kampala on Wednesday, ARM president Pastor Peter Kasirivu said the construction of the 300m facility started in January in the city suburb of Ggaba in Makindye. The First Lady, Janet Museveni, is scheduled to open the first phase of the two-block facility, comprising a clinic and a laboratory, on Saturday. Children’s Hunger Fund

(story submitted to GNN by Edmilson Torres)