Community Health Alliance Uganda (CHAU)

Community Health Alliance Uganda (CHAU) is a national organization affiliated to international HIV/AIDs Alliance in UK with a local partnership of grass-root organizations and PLHIV groups/networks working to support community action on Sexual and Reproductive Health integration with HIV/AIDS in Uganda. CHAU’s portfolio of work spans technical and organizational capacity building of civil society organizations, policy and advocacy, community systems strengthening, HIV prevention, care and treatment, sexual reproductive Health and rights. CHAU envisions a Uganda where citizens are empowered to live healthy and productive lives.

CHAU’s Audience segmentation

CHAU largely focuses on the following priority target population: children 0 to 14 years; young people in and out of school aged 15 to 25; girls, boys, women and men of reproductive age; key populations as defined by Uganda’s policies and development guidelines; and, vulnerable young people.

CHAU programs are designed to respond to SRHR and HIV needs of all all Ugandans including the above target populations.

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