Poll comfirms Malaria as biggest disease burden amid budget cuts for ACTs

Malaria has the biggest impact on people's lives in Uganda.

HEPS partners with TRAC FM on Campaign against Malaria

Malaria remains biggest single cause of illness and death in Uganda.Yearly, 16 million Ugandans are affected by the disease,and children are most at risk. Nowadays, Rapid Diagnostic Tests are available to test malaria.

HEPS-Uganda Initiates Project to Tackle Maternal Mortality due to Unsafe Abortions

 HEPS-Uganda has rolled out a new pilot project in Kamuli District. The project is aiming at increasing access to medicines which prevent maternal mortality due to unsafe abortions.

HSA partnership carries out project baseline

The Health Systems Advocacy project carried the project baseline in the month of September. The activity was led by AMREF Uganda and supplemented by partners HEPS Uganda and African cCentre for Health and Social Transformation (ACHEST).

HEPS lobbies Health Committee MPs over HUMCs

HEPS-Uganda joined by various CSOs Shared with the Parliamentary Health Committee issues regarding functionalizing the operations of the Health Unit Management Committees, a community participatio

Civil society puts NMS on the spot over stock outs

HEPS-Uganda was part of a civil society meeting with the General top Management of National Medical Stores on Monday this week.

Hon. Rosette Mutambi bids farewell, Denis Kibira named new E.D

Last Week, HEPS-Uganda’s long serving Executive Director and founder Hon. Rosette K. Mutambi bid farewell as the organisations top executive after 15 years at the helm.

HEPS joins Civil Society to challenge discriminatory HIV Laws

Last Friday, HEPS Uganda joined UGANET, ICWEA and more than 60 civil society organisations from across Uganda in a solidarity walk to the constitutional court to file a case challenging the discriminatory sections of the impugned HIV Prevention an

HEPS project improves Family Planning Uptake, Contraceptive Choice

Last Month HEPS-Uganda closed an 18-month project implementation which was aimed at minimising stock-outs of family planning commodities in 16 public health facilities in Mbarara and Kamuli districts and raise community awareness on contraceptives

HSA partnership: Contextualizing Uganda’s Theory of Change

Members of the Health Systems Advocacy Partnership (Health Action International/HEPS Uganda, ACHEST and AMREF) have developed a contextualized theory of change model for improving health systems in Uganda.