On going Projects

VAX PROJECT

HEPS Uganda together with Global Health Collaborative is partnering to implement the Advocacy to Accelerate Access to COVID-19 Vaccines in Uganda project which involves a series of activities based in Uganda to catalyze urgent action toward COVID-19 vacci

Dissemination of vaccination information via customized baby soap packaging in Mukono district, Uganda during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

The project aims at assessing the study participants’ vaccination knowledge and improvements.

INCREASING LOCAL GOVERNMENTS’ BUDGET ALLOCATION TO SRHR IN UGANDA FY 2020/2021

Coalition for Health Promotion and Social Development (HEPS-Uganda) with financial support from water-loo foundation is implementing a project to increase local governments’ budget allocation towards sexual reproductive health in Uganda for the Financial Year 2020/21

STRENGTHENING PRIVATE SECTOR ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY IN UGANDA

The Coalition for Health Promotion and Social Development (HEPS-Uganda) with support from the Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa<

AVAC- "AIDS Vaccines Advocacy Coalition"

Since 2014, HEPS Uganda and other national level organizations have been involved in PEPFAR Country Operational Plan (COP) development processes and monitoring its implementation.

Strengthening Women and Girls’ Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health Services (SWAGA)

SWAGA is a one year pilot project that identifies and supports the formation of groups of marginalized poor girls and women in the reproductive age to act as pillars for prevention and response to issues of Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH), early and forced marriages.

PEPFAR CLM Project

HEPS is one of the three core leading Community Led Monitoring (CLM)
implementation in Uganda, HEPS also dubs as the fiscal agency for CLM in Uganda.
Community-Led Monitoring (CLM) also known as the “Iraka Ly’Abantu Project” is a

Strengthening Women and Girls’ Access and Use of SRHR Services in Kamuli and Pallisa districts of Uganda.- SWAGA

SWAGA is a one year pilot project that identifies and supports the formation of groups of marginalized poor girls and women in the reproductive age to act as pillars for prevention and response to issues of Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH), early and forced marriages.

The “Access to Sexual reproductive and health rights Commodities and Medicines in Uganda Project” (ASA)

The ASA project has been running since 2016 to 2020.  It started with a baseline study to assess the availability of medicines and commodities which prevent maternal mortality due to unsafe abortions.

Strengthening Women and Girls’ Access and Use of SRHR Services in Kamuli and Pallisa districts of Uganda.- SWAGA

The project aims at reducing early and forced marriages in Pallisa and Kamuli districts of Uganda by enabling girls and women from marginalized and low income households to gain economic independence and decision making power regarding their sexual health through support groups integrated with sa