Dr. Sarah Matovu will not strike you as a medical doctor when you first interact with her because of her laid back personality. But among the diaspora community the name does not only invoke interest of someone who has supported numerous Ugandan affairs but rather someone really interested in the health and wellness of her diaspora community.
Dr. Sarah Matovu was educated at the Makerere University Medical School were she completed her studies in 1979. She also did residencies at Southwest Comm & MC and the Morehouse School of Medicine. A wife and a mother, Dr. Sarah Matovu who owns and runs her own Family practice in Macon, Georgia, has won numerous awards and recognition for her work. She is also a member of the Uganda North American Medical Association registered in the State of Georgia.[http://www.unams.org/]
Dr. Sarah Matovu MD. | Family Practice | 1209 Hightower Road, Macon, GA, 31206 | Phone (478) 784-3535 | Fax: (478) 784-3534
The Uganda Diaspora Network is a forum aimed at bringing together Ugandans who live and work abroad by celebrating their contributions overseas and also encouraging them to give of their time, talents, ideas and expertise whilst inspiring the next generation of Ugandan leaders.
Every year the Ugandan Diaspora Network will organise an annual Social Networking Gala and will also produce a quarterly publication highlighting the successes of the various Ugandans residing overseas. Please send us those inspirational stories and philanthropic work involving Ugandans abroad. We shall share these stories using this platform that is rapidly growing and expanding. The Next Diaspora Social Networking Gala will be Held on 30th December 2012 at The Kampala Serena Hotel.
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Dr Matovu, thank you so much for all you do for our Ugandan community. It is always nice to watch you volunteer time to help keep us heatlthy. One at a time. We appriciate you so much Sarah!
Maama Muzana, Omusawo Omutendeke, Sara Matovu, you are such a great inspiration to many people.Thanks for making Uganda and the diaspora proud!
Mama Muzaana, I have been to your outfit, have always been proud of you, I’m blessed to be your child!! You are a bionic woman in all ways!! Love you!
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