Strategic Areas Overview

The CHAU strategic direction is guided by its vision, mission, goal and guiding principles. In defining the strategic direction, the Theory of Change with its attendant assumptions are the basis for programming and performance monitoring and evaluation.  Read More

Policy & Advocacy

Through this strategic intervention, CHAU seeks to make a contribution to national policy formulation by putting forward alternative/ pro people policy propositions, as well as supporting the implementation of government policies. CHAU does this through forming partnerships and coalitions with other like minded actors  Read More
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SRHR and HIV Integration

CHAU aims to contribute to improved SRHR and HIV outcomes by increasing access and use of quality, inclusive and integrated SRHR and HIV services and by promoting positive healthy sexual relationships that can contribute to reducing new HIV infections and improving SRHR indicators by reducing prevalence  Read More

Partnership & Networking

CHAU has been working in partnership with Marie-Stopes Uganda and the Population Council to ensure that SRHR is integrated into existing HIV services for young men and women and vice-versa. The programme works with youth as an entry point to reach those most in need in 10 districts in Uganda.  Read More
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Capacity Building

The main aim of CHAU’s Capacity Building Capacity building is twofold; a) to enhance its own capacity and capacity of staff to effectively implement its mandate; b) to develop the organizational and programmatic capacity of its implementing partners (IPs) deliver quality services in accordance to their respective mandates.  Read More

Social Behavioral and Communication Change (SBCC)

CHAU support efforts that will enhance adoption of safer sexual behaviours and reduction in risky behaviours and practices among the youth and adults through the use of peer educators and other community-based models.  Read More
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Addressing Gender Based Violence and Rights

CHAU is contributing to national and Global level to increase access to HIV, SRHR and other health services utilization by PLHIV groups, Key population, young people, girls and women through addressing gender inequalities  Read More

Social Accountability

In Uganda, persistent concerns have been raised regarding the quality of health services delivered and health outcomes. This has been attributed to weak accountability systems up-wards and down-wards among the duty bearers in the health system.  Read More
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Key Population Programming

CHAU is a leading Ugandan CSO known for implementing high-quality integrated HIV and STI programs with Key populations(KP) ; advocating for equal rights for all, addressing stigma and discrimination..  Read More

Economic Empowerment

Economic strengthening of HIV affected families improves access to services which facilitates uptake of HIV testing, enrolment and retention into care. Read More

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