Menstrual dignity Project

This project is a pilot headed by Marina Mai, a researcher from Washington University. The purpose of the study was to assess knowledge about menstruation and to distribute reusable sanitary pad kits. This assessment was carried out in 10 schools in Iganga municipal council and 2 schools in Naigobya village. …

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School health project

This project is funded by Globe Med, a student ran organization located in Washington University St Louis, USA. This project is targeting in school youth 10-25 years in 10 schools in Iganga municipality and 2 schools Bukooma Sub County. Our main objective is to empower youth to respond to their …

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Improved Community PMTCT Services (ICOPS) Project

With aid from Positive Action for Children’s Fund (PACF) supports community systems in linkage and to ensure that sustainable measures are put in place that supports continuity of PMTCT service provision among beneficiaries including women, children and their spouses in Iganga district. The aim of the project is to contribute …

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Health Systems Strengthening (HSS) Project

Th is Global fund supported project uses strong UDHA community links in the project area to deliver social accountability and linkage interventions. Community scorecards are used in delivering social accountability and people centred advocacy targeting policy makers and focusing efforts to improving the role of grassroots Community Based Organizations as …

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TB MDR Project

Working with Iganga Hospital and Mbale Hospital, the project facilitates MDR successful patients to provide psychosocial support, follow up, referral and adherence support to ongoing MDR patients in the Eastern region.

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Reaching Out of School Youth (ROSY) Project

The TASO/Global fund supported HIV project conducts HIV counseling and testing (HCT) as an entry point to HIV services with Promotion of combination HIV prevention in the general population and among youth out of school in fishing communities playing a key role while supporting Positive Health, Dignity and Prevention (PHDP) …

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