Our Work

Link Up programme

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Link Up programme is designed to reduce HIV transmission rates among young people, as well as unintended pregnancies and maternal deaths.
It is particularly targeting young people living with or most at risk of HIV aged between 10-24 in 13 districts of Uganda namely; Nakasongola, Luwero, Mukono, Iganga, Wakiso, Kampala, Mayuge, Bugiri, Namutumba, Buikwe, Kayunga and Jinja.

SRH4KP- Project

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SRH4KP- Project is a DANIDA funded project that supports MOH to enhance access of KP to SRH and HIV services.
During the reporting period, 3 regional referral hospitals have been supported to start up KP specialist clinics and in effect, 15 health workers, 3 medical records officers and 60 peer educators have been trained

TAFU- Project

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TAFU: Towards an AIDS free Generation aims towards an AIDS Free Generation in Uganda. The program wants to reduce the number of new HIV infections among infants and to increase the number of HIV-Positive children on treatment in 5 districts in Uganda.