Uganda, Nov. 24 -- Health workers at Anaka Hospital in Anaka Town, Nwoya District, have expressed concern over the dilapidated state of structures at the facility.

Dr Joseph Ariki, the hospital's medical superintendent, said some hospital staff have abandoned the facility's staff quarters.

"Most key structures here are dilapidated, some blocks have broken windows and glasses. The lighting system is poor," Dr Ariki said on Monday.

He cited the general ward, the administration block and the general stores, among the buildings in urgent need of renovation.

At the hospital's staff quarters, a fraction of the health workers are now being housed in makeshift houses made of iron sheets while others commute from outside the facility.

"The st...