VAX Project aims at synthesizing and amplifying the voices of Uganda’s civil society in catalyzing real progress towards COVID-19 vaccine equity by engaging governments of vaccine-producing countries, the Uganda Ministry of Health, and other actors to utilize existing opportunities
CLM is a quality improvement program contributing to improving client/community accessibility and utilization of HIV/TB services in Uganda through a quality improvement approach led by the most-at risk community. with funding from PEPFAR, CLM is implemented in 80 districts
The project aims at contributing to Global Health Security by supporting the national response to AMR and increasing AMR awareness and Policy advocacy.
HEPS-Uganda will use the proven experience to influence the MoH and Local Government to expand testing services. Currently, most districts in Uganda are not reaching the testing targets. The project is funded by FIND through Unitaid.
This program aims at contributing to improved HIV/TB services. This program forms an Africa – scaling up of the data desk model, and HIV prevention models funded through AVAC. It is being implemented in Tanzania, Zimbabwe, and Zambia.
The ASA project has been running since 2016 to 2019. It started with a baseline study to assess the availability of medicines and commodities which prevent maternal mortality due to unsafe abortions. In 2017/18 we engaged communities to get