Who we are

HEPS-Uganda is an acronym for Coalition for Health Promotion and Social Development.

It is a health rights organisation that advocates for increased access to affordable essential medicines for the poor and vulnerable people in Uganda.

What We Do

Latest publications

Snakebite Project in Uganda
Pallisa District FP Financing Advocacy Paper
Uganda Coalition for Access to Essential Medicines-UCAEM Strategy
MeTA Intercountry Meeting Report 2018

Latest News

PEPFAR CLM

10 Nov, 2020

HEPS is one of the three core leading Community Led Monitoring (CLM)
implementation in Uganda, HEPS also dubs as the fiscal agency for CLM in Uganda.
Community-Led Monitoring (CLM) also known as the “Iraka Ly’Abantu Project” is a
social accountability model that is being used by communities to hold duty bearers and

Strengthening Women and Girls’ Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health Services (SWAGA)

10 Nov, 2020

SWAGA is a one year pilot project that identifies and supports the formation of groups of marginalized poor girls and women in the reproductive age to act as pillars for prevention and response to issues of Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH), early and forced marriages.

Sensitization of pregnant women on COVID_19 by HEPS-Uganda community monitors in Kamuli district

03 Nov, 2020

One of the HEPS-Uganda community monitors in Balawoli subcounty, Kamuli district sensitizing pregnant women at Balawoli Health Center III on the prevention of COVID 19 and describing  the  SOPs to follow in order to stay safe during this pandemic.