This pilot project addresses health inequity in Kampala’s poorest slum by exploring the potential of increasing community-generated research findings.
May 2012 is the period HEPS-Uganda has set for Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Activity Implementation under its Health Policy Advocacy (HPA) program.
The Objective of the Intellectual Property Right Implementation is to Influence development of National Policy framework on IPR and to also enhance CSO & Public’s Awareness & understanding of IPR & Access to Essential Medicines.
This financial year, the Government has allocated an additional sh49.5b to the health ministry. Of this, sh6.5b has been availed immediately to kick-start the recruitment of over 6,000 health workers in health centres III, IV and V. Vicky Wandawa explores the likely impact of this
HEPS-Uganda is an acronym for Coalition for Health Promotion and Social Development.
It is a health rights organisation that advocates for increased access to affordable essential medicines for the poor and vulnerable people in Uganda.