HEPS-Uganda

HEPS-UGANDA STRATEGIC PLAN 2022-2026

HEPS-UGANDA STRATEGIC PLAN 2022-2026 / ABRIDGED VERSION

        OUR STRATEGIC PILLARS
Pillar 1: Health Accountability
Pillar 2: Knowledge Development, Management & Learning

Pillar 3: Social Enterprise & Investment
Pillar 4: Institutional Development

 

WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

Uganda’s NTD risk remains high despite progress

By Daily Monitor;

WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

Top Uganda CSO Scoops Funding for COVID Test and Treat Advocacy

By Mbarara News; 

HEPS-UGANDA BENEFITS FROM FIND AND UNITAID INVESTMENT TO SUPPORT ADVOCACY FOR COVID- 19 TEST-AND-TREAT APPROACHES IN LOW- AND MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES

FIND, the global alliance for diagnostics and Unitaid are investing US$2 million in a coordinated advocacy programme spanning 19 low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) designed to boost a

WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

Spain plans menstrual leave in a new law for those with severe pain

By BBC;

WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

Govt takes COVID-19 fight to schools

By the Independent; 

WEEKLY HEALTH NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

WHO recommends highly successful COVID-19 therapy and calls for wide geographical distribution and transparency from the originator

By WHO; 

TRADITIONAL HEALERS USE COINS TO TREAT SNAKEBITES IN LIRA

It is the heaviest and most valuable among Uganda's coin money. It is gold-yellow and with it, you have enough to buy an avocado, a cupcake, or a pen.

ISSUE PAPER: UGANDA’S PREPAREDNESS FOR EQUITABLE ACCESS TO COVID-19 MEDICAL PRODUCTS

The World Health Organization (WHO) emphasizes
and provides global guidance for the equitable
deployment of COVID-19 medical products,
including diagnostics, vaccines and therapeutics
(DVT) and personal protective equipment (PPE).
At the national level, Ministry of Health guidelines
list the recommended DVT and PPE for prevention,
diagnosis and management of COVID-19 in Uganda.