1. Prices of anti-malarial medicines in the private sector have increased by 30% since October 2008
2. Medicines are 25% more costly in private facilities than in mission (private-not-for-profit) facilities
Highlights of HEPS Uganda key achievements over the past 10 years
Speech by Executive Director – Mrs Rosette Mutambi
HEPS Uganda 10th Anniversary celebrations on 20th Nov 2010
With support from Global AIDS Alliance, civil society organisations (CSOs) in Uganda have launched a three-year Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS (CEPA) that focuses on overcoming policy and implementation bottlenecks to scaling up prevention of
HEPS-Uganda in partnership with VSO (Voluntary Service Overseas), has started a project Valuing Health Workers Research and Advocacy.
HEPS-Uganda is currently implementing a project aimed at increasing access to HIV/AIDS treatment .
On July 3 2010 over 700 people put Kampala on a stand still during a march from TASO Mulago to railway grounds at the city centre where they launched a campaign to end paediatric HIV/AIDS in Uganda.
If you have been in a public march before you know what it means to march with 800.
Routine HIV testing and counselling and access to p
As part of the on-going Stop Stockout campaign, HEPS-Uganda joined hands with commercial motorcyclists, popularly known as ‘boda boda’, to raise awareness of their medicine Tuesday 15th December 2009.