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The Amalthea Trust held their first Forum on medical engineering in Africa at Calcot Manor on the 9th March ( to see a full report please click onto the Amalthea Trust website). The Amalthea Trust agrees to support Kyambogo University medical engineering course. The course is the first of its kind in Uganda and will hopefully help to alleviate the chronic shortage of medical engineers in the country. The Amalthea Trust has agreed to help refurbish several classrooms for workshops and provide an extensive range of test equipment, as well as trainers to provide practical courses on equipment maintenance.