Residens of Ndiza in Muhanga district will no longer have to trek long distance to access medical services- Construction of a Frw7billion magnificent modern hospital is almost complete in Ndiza.
The residents have been walking far away to Kabgayi and Gakenke district to receive medical services ranging from maternity, pediatrics and general medical treatments.
President Paul Kagame in 2015 visited this part of the country and one of the requests from residents was to have a school and hospital. Five years later, the hospital is now available- a private contractor had abandoned construction works in 2018 and the Rwanda Defence Forces took over the project.
Accoding to Muhanga district authorities, engineers on site are now fitting furniture and other equipment – they will also build houses to accommodate physicians and other support staff for the hospital.
Ndiza zonal area has a population of over 100,000 residents- it is composed of five sectors. Upon completion of this facility, residents will be able to access all medical services in one place.