RUMONGE November 8th (ABP) – On the 3rd day of her visit to Rumonge province, the first deputy speaker of the national assembly, Dr Sabine Ntakarutimana, accompanied by the governor of Rumonge province and the bishop of the Anglican diocese of Rumonge, visited on Thursday, November 4, the Amahoro hospital based in Birimba under Anglican agreement located in Rumonge commune.
During the visit, she had the opportunity to visit the infrastructure of the various departments of that hospital.
Mgr Pedasuri Birakengana, bishop of the Anglican diocese Rumonge, presented the projects that will soon be implemented, in particular the construction of five health centers in the Burambi, Buyengero and Rumonge communes.
However, it was indicated that the health facilities belonging to the Anglican Church of Rumonge face challenges related to the lack of materials and especially of an ambulance used to help patients in critical condition.
However, the first deputy speaker of the National Assembly positively appreciated the services offered by Amahoro Hospital in Birimba and appealed to women in particular and to the entire population of Rumonge province to confide to doctors in the event of illness.
Regarding the challenges presented by the bishop of the Anglican diocese Rumonge, Mrs. Ntakarutimana said that the parliamentary recess is dedicated to collecting the complaints of the people and transmitting them to the competent authorities in order to find solutions. After the visit to Amahoro hospital, the first deputy speaker of the National Assembly visited the Burundi association for family well-being (ABUBEF), Rumonge branch.