We are pleased to update you on the growing impact Bulamu is having in improving the lives of impoverished Ugandans. Our fifth weeklong medical camp of the year, in the Masindi District of Western Uganda, brought our total to 61,588 patients treated in 2019, an increase of 44% over the prior year. In 2019, Bulamu’s Supercamps averaged 12,318 patients at a direct cost of $5.41 per patient. We provided 92,232 individual medical procedures, an average of 1.5 for each patient who walked through the gates. We believe there is no more cost-effective model for providing professional medical care to Africans in need. In this letter I want to focus on two important elements of the Bulamu service delivery model.
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