KIDA by the Numbers
(from 2019 annual report)
- KIDA Hospital saw 4,702 outpatients in 2019. 40% of these clients accessed this service throught the KIDA Community Health Insurance Program.
- With the opening of the new Children's Ward the hospital capacity went from 30 beds to 46 beds.
- The hospital had 2295 admissions. 815 of these were pediatric admissions.
- 618 mothers were admitted with 430 deliveries. 23 of these babies were born HIV positive and were linked to immediate care. 24% of these deliveries were by teen mothers
- 205 surgeries were performed. 100 of these were Casarean sections.
- 11,132 children were immunized either at the hospital through pre and post natal care or through community outreach in rural villages.
- 1639 people were tested for HIV. 3.3% tested positive. The clinic has 500 active clients in their care. 95% of these clients had suppressed their viral load.
- KIDA had 1945 members in their Health Insurance Program - 266 families and 19 village groups.
- Over 800 children in the community were served with three or more services through the OVC (orphans and vulnerable children) program.
- 97 children graduated from OVC with 2 or more years of service. 95 children are recieving support for schooling.
- 25 new and 7 continuing students were enrolled in Vocational training including bricklaying, carpentry, tailoring and hairdressing. 35 students graduated from the program in July.
- SACCO (Savings and Credit Co-operative) which started in 2007 with 58 members has grown to 2602 members and is now open to non-HIV clients. In 2019 SACCO gave out 899,148,600sh in loans.
- SACCO opened a field office in nearby Rwankenzi Trading center and is building an office near to KIDA as they have outgrown their current space.