HEPS in the News

TRADITIONAL HEALERS USE COINS TO TREAT SNAKEBITES IN LIRA

It is the heaviest and most valuable among Uganda's coin money. It is gold-yellow and with it, you have enough to buy an avocado, a cupcake, or a pen.

Civil Society Calls for Improved Access to Oxygen in Uganda

Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in Uganda want an improvement in access to oxygen by harmonizing the coordination framework at the national level to scale up oxygen supply and use, as well as systemic provision of information on areas where oxygen therapy ca

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

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

DVI project in Mukono District

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.

HEPS-Uganda Trains Lira District One Health Committee on AMR

The Lira district One Health Committee/team has committed to scaling up the fight against Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR).

CSOs Launch People’s Voice 2021

More than 40 civil society organizations led by ICWEA, HEPS – Uganda, Sexual Minorities Uganda have launched the 2021 edition of “The People’s Voice,” a set of ambitious recommendations describing shifts the U.S.

World Tuberculosis Day 2021

On 24th March 1882, German physician and Nobel Laureate, Dr.

Community-Led Monitoring Project

Communities and People Living with HIV/ AIDs have a central role to play in HIV response, especially regarding universal access to HIV care. Communities also play a vital role in ensuring accessibility, availability, and acceptability of health services.

HEPS-UGANDA IN THE LAST 10 MONTHS

The Residents of Bugambo demand their MPs to support increased budget allocation for Health

Students' Health Advocacy Project.

The Students’ Health Advocacy Project as a community outreach programme of HEPS-Uganda basically targets schools in Rubaga Division to make the students aware of their health rights and responsibilities. This has been going on from 2010 up to date.