Get To Know Us

This clinic is owned and managed by three Directors; Dr. Lucy Amaniyo, a pediatrician and the Managing Director; Mr. Bill Isaac Mukiibi Kaggwa, a businessman and the Head of operations and administrative manager; and Mr. Mitchelle Kaggwa Ssemwogerere, a certified accountant and the head of finance and administration.

he medical director, Dr. Lucy Amaniyo is a pediatrician who has worked with children for the last 10 years. Upon completion of her internship in 2013, she was retained by Mulago hospital as the Medical Officer in charge of the Special Care Unit and later the Sickle Cell Clinic. Dr. Lucy holds a Bachelor’s of Medicine and Surgery, a Master’s degree in Public Health, and a Master’s degree in Pediatrics and Child Health, all from Makerere University. She is the recipient of the prestigious Department of Pediatrics electives program at the University of Minnesota.

Her experience in hospital management started as far back as 2016 when she started Dr. Lucy’s Medical Clinic Nakasajja, a medical facility that was solely started to provide quality medical services to an undeserved community. Her work in this community led her to be recognized by the President Obama Mandela Washington Fellowship in 2017. It is this wealth of experience and knowledge that Dr. Lucy brings to Amani Children’s Clinic, Nansana.


We provide hope, care and treatment to enable every child live the healthiest and most fulfilling life possible.


Amani children’s clinic will be an innovative leader in pediatric health and wellness through our unsurpassed quality, clinical care, relentless spirit of inquiry, and compassion for children and their families. Our founding promise to the community will remain valid today, tomorrow and for years to come. We will care for all children in our region, providing family-centered services.

We will:

  • Practice the safest, most ethical and effective medical care possible.
  • Promote healthy communities while reducing health disparities.
  • Empower our team members to reach their highest potential in a respectful work environment.
  • Build on a culture of philanthropy for patient care and research.