Study Reports

TRIPS WAIVER EXPLAINER ( 48 )

COVID 19 VACCINE TRIPS WAIVER EXPLAINER 

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COVID-19 VACCINE INEQUITY FACT SHEET ( 52 )

Vaccine inequity in Uganda

Selective vaccination started on 11 March 2021 – three months after mass vaccinations started in Britain and the US.

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ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE (AMR) BULLETIN ( 1,316 )

Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Bulletin: volume 01, July-September 2021.

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THE PEOPLE'S VOICE UGANDA 2021 ( 1,152 )

This is the third edition of The People’s Voice; the first was published in 2019 and the second in 2020. This People’s Voice on COP21 focuses on the following critical themes: effective management of COVID-19, It also focuses on

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THE PEOPLE'S VOICE UGANDA 2020 ( 960 )

Uganda has an estimated 1,392,742 people living with HIV (PLHIV), consisting of 1,296,000 adults aged 15-64 years (6.2% prevalence) and 96742 children aged 0-14 years (0.5% prevalence).

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THE PEOPLE'S VOICE UGANDA 2019 ( 737 )

This is the "People’s Voice 2019" containing Uganda's community priorities and recommendations for PEPFAR for the Country Operational Plan 2019.

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LEFT BEHIND UNDER LOCKDOWN : The impact of COVID-19 restrictions on children with HIV and their caregivers in Uganda. ( 818 )

It has been one year since the Government of Uganda implemented its national policy responses to COVID-19.

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COMMUNITY-LED MONITORING AND ENGAGEMENT FRAMEWORK FOR HIV/TB & SRHR SERVICES: TOWARDS “INCLUSION AND INVOLVEMENT”, “INPUT AND INFLUENCE” OF PLWH AND KPS IN NATIONAL HIV/TB AND SRHR POLICIES AND PROGRAMS. ( 1,309 )

As Uganda works to achieve HIV epidemic control, the scale-up of high-quality patient centered HIV/TB and SRH services for persons living with HIV and key populations is critical.

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Civil Society Guidebook to Community-Led Monitoring for HIV/TB Service Delivery: ( 1,450 )

This guidebook has been prepared to guide civil society actors and communities, including organizations of people living with HIV (PLHIV), young people and key populations (KPs), in monitoring the quality of the HIV and TB services at PEPFAR-suppo

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