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Taking Stock with HEPS UGANDA

Mr. Denis Kibira, the ag.

HEPS Uganda on for renewed strategic plan 2016/2020

HEPS Uganda conducted a strategic planning week in the month of September where a new strategic plan 2016-2020 was developed. The activities attracted all HEPS staff from regional offices of Western, eastern and Northern Uganda.

Voices of Health Project: Journalists trained on using TRAC FM, reproductive health rights and responsibilities

HEPS UGANDA has successfully completed a two day training of Journalists under the Voices of Health Project.

RH Project Community Score Card process kicks off

The process developing a Community Score Card for the reproductive health project promoting access to a full, free and informed family planning choice kicked off with the training of 350 community monitors in 8 sub counties in Kamuli district and

Looking back at 15 years of HEPS

Coalition for Health Promotion and Social development (HEPS UGANDA) is making 15 years this year.  HEPS UGANDA has been at the fore front of making health rights and responsibilities a reality.

Contraceptive Choice Campaign: HEPS concludes journalist’s training

HEPS Uganda successfully completed a two day training for journalists based in the cluster districts of Mbarara, Isingiro, Kiruhura and Kamuli where reproductive health projects to increase family planning choice and accountability for contracepti

Improving treatment of early childhood diseases in the private retail sector

HEPS Uganda is under contract from USAID Strengthening Health Outcomes through the Private Sector (SHOPS) and Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) to provide services to improve treatment for early childhood diseases in the private retail secto

HEPS-UGANDA: Implementation of the Intellectual Property Rights Activities

May 2012 is the period HEPS-Uganda has set for Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Activity Implementation under its Health Policy Advocacy (HPA) program.

HEPS Uganda, CHAI in drive to improve treatment of early childhood diseases in the private retail sector

HEPS Uganda is under contract from USAID Strengthening Health Outcomes through the Private Sector (SHOPS) and Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) to provide services to improve treatment for early childhood diseases in the private retail secto

HEPS-UGANDA IN THE LAST 10 MONTHS

The Residents of Bugambo demand their MPs to support increased budget allocation for Health