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PHYS 2019 THEME
Opportunities and Challenges of Achieving Universal Health Coverage in Regards to Young People's Sexual and Reproductive Health in Uganda.
Areas of Intervention
Sexual and Reproductive Health
HIV and AIDs
Youth Economic Empowerment
Water, Hygiene and Sanitation
PUBLIC HEALTH YOUTH
The Bfree project is a pilot of a newly developed antibacterial 'Bfree' menstrual cup, a cup which does not require water for boiling and like other menstrual cups lasts for more than 10 years and is a sustainable solution to menstrual hygiene challenges in Uganda, especially in a refugee context.
THE OPEN MIC Project
Open Mic Project is a Poetry training and mentorship program implemented by Open Mic Uganda and Public Health Ambassadors Uganda under the “Culture at Work” grant. The project grant is sponsored by the European Union and is implemented among youth refugees in Nakivaale refugee settlement in Isingiro District, Uganda.