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Y-DNA haplogroups in indigenous peoples of the Americas

Listed here are notable Indigenous peoples of the Americas by human Y-chromosome DNA haplogroups based on relevant studies. The samples are taken from individuals identified with the ethnic and linguistic designations in the first two columns, the fourth column is the sample size studied, the other columns give the percentage of the particular haplogroup. Paleo-Indians Recent African origin of modern humans Settlement of the Americas Y-Chromosome Lineages Haplogroup Q-M3 Haplogroup Q-M346 Haplogroup Q-P89.1 Haplogroup Q-MEH2 Haplogroup Q-NWT01 Haplogroup Q-SA01 Haplogroup C-P39 Haplogroup C-M217 Most recent common ancestor Mitochondrial Eve Y-chromosomal Adam Y Haplogroups of the World - School of Chemical Sciences, University of Illinois Y-DNA Ethnographic and Genographic Atlas and Open-Source Data Compilation

Bishop Ceaser Asili Memorial Hospital

Bishop Ceaser Asili Memorial Hospital Bishop Asili Hospital, is a community hospital in Uganda. It is operated by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kasana -- Luweero; the hospital is located in the town of Luweero, in Luweero District, in the Buganda Region of Uganda. This location is 63 kilometres, by road, north of Kampala, the capital and largest city of Uganda; the coordinates of the hospital are 0°49'32.0"N, 32°30'04.0"E. Bishop Ceaser Asili Memorial Hospital, is an urban community hospital, that serves the population of Luweero District, it is the only General Hospital in the district. Due to the good quality of services rendered, many patients travel from other parts of the country to seek services at this facility; the hospital was founded as Bishop Asili Health Centre, named after the late Bishop Cesare Asili, who served as the Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Lira from 20 September 1968 until his death, 20 years later. In 2006, the clinic was affiliated with the Just Like My Child Foundation, a San Diego-based non-profit, which raised US$30,000 for a diesel generator.

A surgical theatre was built, an autoclave and other surgical equipment were procured and a doctor was made available. Besides attending to the health needs of the community, JLMCF became active in the surrounding villages, building schools and working with families and community leaders to start self-sustaining farming businesses, holding workshops to teach life-skills and mentor more than 1,300 adolescent girls in 12 villages. In 2007, the Clinton Foundation gave the Just Like My Child Foundation to provide HIV pediatric testing through Bishop Asili Hospital; as of August 2018, the hospital provided medical and surgical therapeutic care, treatment for HIV/AIDS, prenatal and postnatal care, as well as malaria treatment and prevention in nearly 80 neighboring villages. JLMCF has been able to establish a community health insurance plan. Bishop Asili Hospital is expanding rapidly. During the twelve months that ended in June 2013, the hospital treated 21,000 patients. One year that number doubled to 42,000.

The Uganda Ministry health designated the facility as a “hospital” from “clinic”, following the acquisition of a laboratory and refrigeration capabilities for blood storage. List of hospitals in Uganda Baby Stolen From Bishop Ceaser Asili Memorial Hospital As of 6 June 2018