WHO – UDHA Immunization Study – Luuka district

Evaluating the role of leadership in transitioning vertical into integrated and sustainable district health programs – a case study of immunization in Luuka district, Uganda. Many donor initiated district programs lead to high coverage but are rarely sustainable as implementation is often vertical. In Luuka district, a vertically implemented program …

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COMONETH Project

Uganda Development and Health Associates (UDHA) and Makerere University School of Public Health (MUSPH) in partnership with Ministry of Health (MoH) under the COMONETH (Community in which Mothers and Newborns Thrive) project currently target the mother, her unborn baby (to prevent stillbirths) and the newly born baby (to reduce neonatal …

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Integrated Community Systems Strengthening

UDHA in partnership with USAID RHITES-EC Project together with Namayingo district local government, implements Integrated Community Systems Strengthening (ICOSS) in response to gaps identified in Health service delivery. Interventions focus on strengthening community-facility and facility-community linkages, promote adoption of positive health behaviors, increased demand, access and continuous utilization of health services and support …

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Youth Camps

Health System Strengthening

  Its a renewed commitment towards Health Systems Strengthening under UDHA–TASO partnership with Support from the Global Fund. The Bi-Annual Youth camps interventions serves a great deal for districts of Kaliro, Nayingongo, Mayuge, Buyende, Buvuma, Kalangala and Buikwe to offer age appropriate and specific health messages and updates on local government …

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MAMA project

The project was started in August 2014 by UDHA together with the Swedish Organization for Global Health (S.O.G.H) with the objective of improving the life of mothers and their children during pregnancy and after birth, the project covers five villages of Maina sub-county including Maina, Mwezi, Kyete, Girigiri and Bulondo …

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