Caregivers East Africa LTD purpose is to achieve health, safety and social goals and solutions. We use the social investment approach to address the needs of society and communities while generating income from supplying equipment, training and services to the people and communities of East Africa. 

CAGIEA (Caregivers East Africa) is a for profit social enterprise whose core purpose is to create and implement social, health and safety solutions. We aim to generate profit in order to achieve social and environmental goals by harnessing market efficiency and partnerships with the public sector. Our partnerships with the public sector are critical to our mission and success to provide social and environmental solutions and services.
Caregivers East Africa was established in 2011 as a health and social service provider due to the gaps in the provision of social services in area of safety and health throughout Uganda and East Africa including Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, DRC, Central Africa Republic and Sudan
We are currently engaged in confined space rescue training and traffic control services as well as planning our Long Short Walk of 2016 and School Road Safety Campaign.
Our core objectives are to;

Provide rapid response rescue services to residential homes, shopping complexes, commercial businesses, schools and highways

Train personnel to utilize our state of the art rapid rescue approaches and technology for cars, trucks, buses, homes, commercial buildings

Establish operational rescue centers that are equipped with adequate rescue equipment and trained personnel at designated locations to have the ability to respond to traffic accidents on the roads and emergencies in the communities

Enhance policy dialogue on safety and increase the availability of rescue products for individual, town, community use to reduce excessive casualty and loss of life

Increase the availability of traffic control service by making available professionally trained and qualified traffic wardens to businesses and communities to reduce incidents and injuries


Safety Problems of Communities:

There are many situations, conditions and disasters that take place in our communities that call for added resources from the private sector. These range from small home based accidents to large community disasters that occur in places of work, roads, shopping centers and industrial areas. The existing mechanisms to deal with such incidents that can provide the rapid response rescue and ambulance services are limited to cities and urbanized locations.

Some existing safety and rescue assistance services focus on areas that do not address the client or public safety and accident scene management. These service providers are involved in incidents that address elements like road rescue of vehicles such as towing services, lock outs, fuel, flat tires and minor vehicle breakdowns.
In our services we seek to utilize core technology that will respond to all rescue requirements of persons involved in accidents and we will be accessible through a range of appropriate technology and skills of specifically trained response teams for various accidents, incidents and disasters. We will have the ability to maintain control of the accident scene to protect the bystanders and public since our rescue personnel will also be trained to serve as traffic wardens as well as first responders and emergency rescue persons.  Our personnel will be trained to assist any Traffic Police on the scene or take control and maintain safety until Police arrive.

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Many times the critical and necessary people to respond to an accident or emergency situation are ill prepared. These first responders and rescue providers are usually not equipped to handle emergency situations or major, complicated and sometimes fatal accidents. Some situations and accidents may involve hazardous materials, petro - gasoline or diesel fuel, explosions or potential explosive materials, gases and fumes. A vehicle may have crashed into buildings that caused a structural instability or collapse and numerous injuries. Such accident scenes require specialized equipment and professionally trained personnel to control the scene, treat the injured and preserve lives.
Caregivers East Africa LTD
Phone - +256-701-587-327 / +256-703-713-822
Email: ​office@cagiea.com
MTAC Building Nakawa,
Plot M 175, RM C7 Jinja Road, Nakawa,
Kampala, Uganda
Some critical and necessary emergency rescue tools and equipment every vehicle should have available and accessible are;

First Aid Kit
Fire Extinguisher
Seal Belt Cutter
Glass Breaker
Road Flares
​Warm Blanket
Bottled Water
Caregivers East Africa - CAGIEA
Road Traffic Safety / Emergency Rescue
Caregivers East Africa - CAGIEA
Kampala - Nansana Uganda
Finding Solutions to Health and Social Problems in East African Countries 
Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda,  Uganda, Burundi, South Sudan

ROAD SAFETY CAMPAIGN
CAREGIVERS EAST AFRICA
UGANDA AFRICA 2016
LED Safety Lights
Road Safety Emergency Flares Markers
LED Emergency 
Road Saftey Markers
Vehicle Emergency First Aid Kit
Emergency Seat Belt Cutter
Emergency Window Glass Breaker
road safety training, traffic warden training, emergency traffic accident response, emergency rescue equipment
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Some of the Health, Social, Community issues and concerns in Uganda include

Elderly Housing - Elderly Care - Elderly Medical Assistance - Living Conditions of Elderly

Poverty - Child Abuse - Spousal Abuse - Dysfunctional Families - Drug Abuse - Alcohol Abuse - Orphaned Children - Child Safety and Protection

Health Care - Pre Natal Health - Health Care Costs - Womens Health - Vaccinations - Immunizations - Disease Control and Prevention

Sanitation - Water Supply - Water Contamination - Waste Management and Disposal - Sewage Treatment - Infrastructure

Road Safety - Traffic Control - Pedestrian Safety - School Children Safety - Emergency Accident Rescue - Emergency Medical Service

School Bus Driver Training - Boda Boda Training - Taxi Driver Training - First Response Training - Traffic Warden Training - First Aid Training
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​Basic Tips for First Responders and First Aiders

A basic knowledge of being a first responder and first aider can mean the difference between life and death.

Knowing Some basic first aid techniques can be time saving for emergency assistance professionals and lifesaving for the injured in the first few minutes of an accident or medical emergency 

First aid is a critical and important lifeskill. And being qualified or certified in first aid can help enhance your CV and open up job opportunities. 

Attending a hands-on first aid training class from a qualified first aid trainer is highly recommended. It can mean the difference between life and death of your child, family members, friends and relatives.
There are three aims of first aid which we all should know:

Preserve life
Prevent Deterioration / Injury
Promote Recovery
.
Preserving life should always be the overall aim of all first aiders. So our first task of first responders in preserving life is to administer required emergency first aid procedures such as opening an airway or performing CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation). 

Next we need to take measures to asses and prevent deterioration or futher injury to the victims, ourselves and bystanders at the accident scene. This could be as simple as asking the casualty to be still to prevent further injury and pain.


We can promote recovery by arranging prompt professional emergency medical help is the best way to promote recovery. In addition, basic first aid steps can have positive affects on the long-term recovery of the injured. The quick treatment and proper cooling of a burn will reduce the chances of scarring and promote early healing.

Incident management

First aiders may be ‘first on scene’ at an accident or emergency so they should know basic principles of incident management.

The first principal of managing the scene of accident is that you being the first responder and first aider are the most important person and your safety comes first!

The first actions you should take when coming across the scene of an accident or emergency situation is to:
Check for hazards or dangers to yourself or bystanders
Take precautions to manage and minimize any dangers found (if safe to do so)
Continuously insure the safety of yourself and bystanders

In some situations it may be too dangerous for you approach the scene. In this situation you should Remember that you as the first responder and first aid giver are the rmost important person, even if that means that you need to keep your distance and call for the assistance of professional emergency rescue teams
Calling for emergency help

In many emergency situations and traffic accidents - help from emergency rescue service professionals is needed.

Be Prepared and make sure you know which number to call

Country                    Police                    Ambulance                    Fire                    Notes

    Kenya                                                                                                                 All Services 112 or 999
  Rwanda                   112 [9]                       912                           112[9]                    Traffic police - 113        
  Uganda                    112                           911                           112                        Police, Fire – 999
Tanzania                    112                           115                           114                        Police – 999
  Burundi                    117                           112                           118                        Support for children - 116.

Give clear information about

The location of the incident or accident
What hazards present like fuel leak, fire, electric lines
How many people involved and / or injuries
Nature of their injuries
Ages of the injured

Sometimes it may be necessary to have somebody meet the police,  fire or rescue services if the incident is in a remote area that is difficult to access or give location.
Infection control

Infection control is an important for two reasons:

1.To protect yourself!
    Remember you are the most important person
2.To protect the patient


Diseases can be transmitted via blood and body fluids including HIV and Hepatitis B & C. You can reduce the risk of infection by:

Infection control steps for first aid treatment responders

Wash your hands with soap and water whenever possible.
Ensure any cuts/open injuries to your hands are covered with waterproof plasters or dressings.

Personal Protective Equipment:
Wear disposable latex gloves or improvise / substitute with plastic bags or what is available as a protective barrier when there is a risk of coming into contact with bodily fluids

Clinical waste: An example is a bloody dressing or bandage. This should be disposed of appropriately and not placed in general waste/rubbish. Normally this will involve being sealed in a separate bag and taken for incineration. Inform the ambulance crew of any clinical waste so it can be disposed of appropriately.

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