ECUREI has trained Midwives, Nurses and Clinical Officers in limited obstetrics ultrasound scanning under the “Helping Babies Survive Curriculum and the Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics course” from specifically selected Uganda Protestant Medical Bureau (UPMB) supported health facilities across several districts of Uganda. This was in collaboration with the UPMB and an international organization called RAD IMPACT. UPMB is a non-profit Christian organization which coordinates Health and Medical activities in the hospitals and health centers belong to the Church of Uganda and other Protestant churches.
ECUREI is providing free ultrasound scanning services to the teenage girls with crisis pregnancy under WAKISA ministries an Indigenous Christian Charity Organization which cares for girls who are the unfortunate victims of teenage pregnancy
The Institute has supported the construction of the Mother’s Union House at Namirembe Diocese, Church of Uganda
The institute has opened a peri-urban health facility at Bulenga (Ernest Cook Health Services) which offers highly subsidized services to the low income earning peri-urban population. This facility is fully staffed with two Doctors, a clinical Officer, two Nurses, two midwives and two laboratory technicians. The facilities offer services at the level of a health centre III which include delivery services and minor surgeries. It is open to clients 24 hours 7 days a week and charges no consultation fee to see a Doctor unlike many other facilities around the country.
ECUREI also offers scholarships to students who come from disadvantaged families and who may not be able to raise the tuition fees for the programs and focuses on Christian students though other needy students benefit from this fund as well. To date ECUREI has sponsored several students for its degree and diploma programs through scholarships.
ECUREI has participated in Christian missions. It teemed with the Anglican Youth Fellowship Choir on a mission to Kabale and offered free ultrasound services using its equipment and human personnel in the Christian Medical Mission to St. John’s Church, Rusikiz, Church of Uganda at the Church’s Health Centre in 2017