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HSAP: CSOs trained on SRH Commodities, Health Policy Advocacy

HEPS-Uganda under the Health Systems Advocacy Partnership (HSAP) carried out a capacity building training for 20 civil society organizations last month in Jinja.

HSA Partners, Government take bold move on Preeclampsia

On May 22, the Health Systems Advocacy Partnership in Uganda commemorated the first ever World Preeclampsia Day under the theme “Take the Preeclampsia Pledge – Know the symptoms.

Voices4Health: Family Planning Advocacy Experiences from Bukina Faso

This week we hosted visitors from Association Bukinabe Pour Le Bien (ABBEF) and URC Bukina from Bukina Faso with whom we shared experiences of work on advocating for strengthening of access to essential sexual and reproductive health commodities,

Commemorating World Malaria Day: Let's End Malaria for Good

HEPS Uganda joined the rest of the country and world to commemorate the World Malaria Day last week in Kabarole, Fortportal under the theme, " End Malaria for Good." In Uganda, the theme was under the slogan, "Children up against Malaria." The Sta

Health Systems Advocacy Partners Inaugurate Project Steering Committee

Kampala— The Health Systems Advocacy Partnership (HSAP) in Uganda has called on the government to boost health systems by strengthening human resources for health, access to essential sexual and reproductive health commodities, go

HEPS launches essential medicines' consumer awareness campaign

HEPS-Uganda has kicked off a consumer awareness campaign on the prices of medicines, medicines policies, health rights and responsibilities and the handling of adverse drug reactions as well as other information necessary to improve rational use o

HEPS, partners lobby MPs for more Malaria funding

Today, HEPS Uganda joined Malaria Consortium and Ministry of Health and World Health Organization to enlighten Members of Parliament on Malaria control and Prevention in Uganda.

Poll comfirms Malaria as biggest disease burden amid budget cuts for ACTs

Malaria has the biggest impact on people's lives in Uganda.

HEPS partners with TRAC FM on Campaign against Malaria

Malaria remains biggest single cause of illness and death in Uganda.Yearly, 16 million Ugandans are affected by the disease,and children are most at risk. Nowadays, Rapid Diagnostic Tests are available to test malaria.

HEPS-Uganda Initiates Project to Tackle Maternal Mortality due to Unsafe Abortions

 HEPS-Uganda has rolled out a new pilot project in Kamuli District. The project is aiming at increasing access to medicines which prevent maternal mortality due to unsafe abortions.