Kisiizi hospital has been in existence for over fifty years. In Ugandan terms it is quite a well run rural medical centre powered by electricity generated from a beautiful waterfall which gives the hospital its name. It provides maternity, surgical, psychiatric and rehabilitation services. However much of its infrastructure is basic and outdated, indeed some of its facilities are wholly inadequate and in desperate need of improvement. For example, the out-patients facilities are limited to two or three small treatment cubicles and a reception office, patients use the grass outside as a waiting area.