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CSOs launch health campaign ahead of 2011 general elections

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.

Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS (CEPA) launched in Uganda

If you have been in a public march before you know what it means to march with 800.

Experiences with PMTCT services in Kawempe division

Routine HIV testing and counselling and access to p

Raising awareness of the health challenges of boda-boda riders

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.

Campaign to increase access to essential reproductive health supplies

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.

Anti-counterfeits Campaign

The campaign to influence anti-counterfeiting legislation is aimed at raising awareness among the public and policy makers on the implications of the Counterfeit Goods Bill on access to essential medicines.

Stop the stock-outs campaign

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NeoHEPS-Uganda, partners launch campaign against medicine stock-outs

A consortium of five civil society organisations led by HEPS-Uganda organised a week of activities in March 2009 to launch one-year advocacy campaign against the persistent stock-outs of

HEPS-Uganda, partners launch campaign against medicine stock-outs

A consortium of five civil society organisations led by HEPS-Uganda organised a week of activities in March 2009 to launch one-year advocacy campaign against the persistent stock-outs of

IDASA officials visit HEPS-Uganda

Two officials from the Affiliated Network for Social Accountability (ANSA Africa), a South African-based organization that advocates for citizen involvement in governance initiatives, visited HEPS-Uganda on 19th August 2009 as part of an assessmen