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PEPFAR CLM

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 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 (SR

Sensitization of pregnant women on COVID_19 by HEPS-Uganda community monitors in Kamuli district

One of the HEPS-Uganda community monitors in Balawoli subcounty, Kamuli district sensitizing pregnant women at Balawoli Health Center III on the prevention of COVID 19 and describing  the  SOPs to follow in order to stay safe during this pandemic.

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

Poverty is not gender neutral.  More women are affected. In fact, two thirds of the world’s working poor are women.  For young women, living in urban slums, their realities are tough.

Health Facilities in Lira District Equipped to Improve Management of Pre-eclampsia

Health facilities in Lira district have been equipped to improve management of preeclampsia condition.

Uganda Reviews Snakebite Prevention and Management Strategy

HEPS-Uganda, World Health Organisation, Ministry of Health and partners have reviewed the draft Uganda Snakebite Prevention and Management Strategy to guide the country on snakebites.

Lira District Health Facilities Struggle to Manage Mothers with Pre-eclampsia

Health facilities in Lira district   are struggling to manage expectant mothers with pre-eclampsia condition.  

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Background

Empowering Evidence-Driven Advocacy (EEDA) is a three-year project (2017-2020) implemented by

Taking Pre-eclampsia Advocacy to Communities

Sister Doreen Akuno, is a senior medical officer at Lira Regional Referral Hospital.  She had her first child at 18 years  in 2004 and she almost died during the pregnancy  due to pre-eclampsia.