Highlights of HEPS Uganda key achievements over the past 10 years
Speech by Executive Director – Mrs Rosette Mutambi
HEPS Uganda 10th Anniversary celebrations on 20th Nov 2010
With support from Global AIDS Alliance, civil society organisations (CSOs) in Uganda have launched a three-year Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS (CEPA) that focuses on overcoming policy and implementation bottlenecks to scaling up prevention of
HEPS-Uganda in partnership with VSO (Voluntary Service Overseas), has started a project Valuing Health Workers Research and Advocacy.
HEPS-Uganda is currently implementing a project aimed at increasing access to HIV/AIDS treatment .
On July 3 2010 over 700 people put Kampala on a stand still during a march from TASO Mulago to railway grounds at the city centre where they launched a campaign to end paediatric HIV/AIDS in Uganda.
If you have been in a public march before you know what it means to march with 800.
Routine HIV testing and counselling and access to p
As part of the on-going Stop Stockout campaign, HEPS-Uganda joined hands with commercial motorcyclists, popularly known as ‘boda boda’, to raise awareness of their medicine Tuesday 15th December 2009.
Lack of interest among political leaders and policy makers has undermined implementation of policies and guidelines that guarantee access to reproductive health services and commodities.