There are fears that the latest clashes between ethnic groups could hamper efforts to combat an Ebola outbreak in the region.
With almost 50 new cases in three days, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Ebola outbreak is experiencing another spike in activity.
The three treatments approved for shipment to Uganda were ZMapp, Regeneron, and Remdesivir.
Health officials feared that the current Ebola outbreak would pass over the porous border into Uganda from the Democratic Republic of Congo, as the border is over 500 miles long with many informal crossings.
The number of people in Uganda who may have been exposed to carriers of the Ebola virus has expanded from eight to at least 27.
Since their introduction, pandemic bonds have not paid out to affected nations and have faced criticisms for their structure.
A 50-year-old woman infected with Ebola has died in Uganda, a day after her grandson died - these are the first two Ebola cases reported in Uganda since the virus spread from Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
The World Health Organization (WHO) is considering whether to declare the Ebola outbreak in central Africa a global health crisis after cases spread to Uganda from Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) activation of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) at Level 3, the lowest level of activation, allows the CDC to provide increased operational support for the response to meet the outbreak’s evolving challenges.
The Rwandan Government is tightening border surveillance after the Ebola outbreak crossed the frontier from eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) into Uganda. Rwanda borders both countries.