Project Activities: • Building a snakebite evidence base: We are gathering much-needed data from healthcare facilities and communities on snakebite cases and antivenom treatment.
The National Malaria Control Policy recommends that parasite-based diagnosis with microscopy or malaria rapid diagnostic test (mRDT) before treatment is performed for any suspected malaria cases.
This policy brief was informed by the research conducted on SRHC availability, affordability and accessibility of SRH Commodities.
The Ugandan government should Increase its budget allocation for the purchase of sexual reproductive health commodities.
The MDP 301 microbicide trial used multiple approaches at the Masaka site to mobilise and sensitise the community, get feedback, share information, and communicate the final trial results.
This paper is based on the findings and recommendations of the study report, “Uganda’s Funding for HIV/ AIDS: A Review of Available Evidence”, issued by the Uganda Coalition for Access Essential Medicines (UCAEM) in November 2008.