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

KENYA AND UGANDA COMMUNITIES AND CIVIL SOCIETY STATEMENT ON THE COVID-19 TRIPS WAIVER
ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE NATIONAL ACTION PLAN FOR UGANDA (NAP)
THE PEOPLE'S VOICE UGANDA 2021
THE PEOPLE'S VOICE UGANDA 2020

Latest News

KENYA, UGANDA COMMUNITIES AND CIVIL SOCIETY APPLAUD USA FOR COVID-19 TRIPS WAIVER

08 May, 2021

Communities of people living with and affected by HIV, TB, and Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) and Civil Society Organizations working in the area of health and human rights in Kenya and Uganda have applauded the United States (US) for its decision to support a proposal for the

DVI project in Mukono District

07 May, 2021

HEPS - Uganda under the Disseminating Vaccination Information via customized baby soap packaging (DVI) project, has undertaken the collection of data on people’s knowledge, attitudes, and practices on immunization.

The Data was collected from 828 pregnant women and caregivers of children under five years in Mukono District.

HEPS-Uganda Trains Lira District One Health Committee on AMR

04 May, 2021

The Lira district One Health Committee/team has committed to scaling up the fight against Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR). This committee comprises experts in human and veterinary health, Water and Environment Experts, Community development experts among others.