Effective advocacy enables reproductive rights, health, and justice to shape the public discourse on important reproductive health issues and ensure that those most affected by reproductive oppression have a voice in the policies that impact their lives.
Community Outreach is an activity of providing services to communities that might not otherwise have access to those services. they are meeting those in need of outreach services at the locations where those in need are.
School Outreach provides health prevention education and career exploration opportunities for youth. Our interactive programs equip young school people with health knowledge and skills needed to make informed decisions around health behaviors and academic success
Empowering Women and Youth through gender equality as a significant contributor to progress and achievement of all the goals and targets of the Sustainable Development Goals and run a sustainable enterprise to provide them with business solutions
This approach provides skills in reading, writing and numeracy integrated with practical knowledge and skills. Learning is participatory so as to motivate the Adult Learners to continue searching for knowledge and skills that will help them to improve on whatever activities they are engaged in
provide support to SRHR in the form of education, information and counselling for young people, access to contraceptives, sexual and reproductive health care (including counselling and medical care), and through efforts within the framework of broad approaches that particularly emphasise information and preventiveness
We are Reproductive Health Uganda (RHU), a national, voluntary, non-discriminatory and not-for-profit, non-government organisation. It is affiliated to the International Planned Parenthood Federation, a leading International NGO promoting and providing sexual and reproductive health and rights services
UNFPA works to address the challenges of high maternal mortality and the unmet need for family planning. Programmes support the increased use of midwifery services and modern family planning, and advocate for measures enabling young people to make healthy lifestyle choices.
World Vision Uganda seeks to address causes and effects of poverty through development, relief and advocacy. Over 128633 registered children benefit from World Vision Uganda's work. World Vision Uganda is able to provide educational support, construct and equip schools and health centres, train and support health workers
The International Youth Alliance for Family Planning (IYAFP) is an alliance of young individuals, youth associations, organizations, and communities with a common mission to support provision of comprehensive reproductive health care services with a particular focus on family planning for youth.
The Alliance on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR). SRHR is an initiative that works towards a society free of poverty in which all women and men, girls and boys, and marginal¬ized groups have the same rights irrespective of their ethnic, cultural and religious background, age and gender.
We have a challenging and inspiring call to improve the quality of human life by enabling people do more, feel better and live longer. Vision: To have a healthy and self-sustaining society. Mission: To promote Health for individuals, families and communities through innovative approaches and community participation.
The Ministry of Health is a cabinet-level government ministry of Uganda. It is responsible for planning, delivering, and maintaining an efficient and effective healthcare delivery system, including preventive, curative, and rehabilitative services, in a humane, affordable, and sustainable manner.