St. Charles Lwanga Buikwe Hospital, also Czech–Slovak–Ugandan Hospital, is a community hospital in the Central Region of Uganda. The hospital is a joint venture between the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Prague in the Czech Republica and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Lugazi in Uganda. The hospital opened in February 2007, following two years of construction. It has several departments including pediatrics, surgery, internal medicine, gynecology and maternity. It is majority funded by donations from the Czech Republic. The hospital also serves as the teaching hospital for the Johnass International College of Health Sciences located in the town of Njeru.
The hospital is almost fully reliant on support from donors in the Czech Republic. The hospital director is Lukáš Laube, but the rest of the staff (nearly 100 people) are local. They need more support from the us since the community where it is located consists of the under privileged citizens of Uganda.