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Yo Space Project
Aimed at creating demand & utilization of SRHR services such as Family Planning, HIV counseling & testing, Gender-Based Violence, & HIV/AIDS among Girls & Women
Boda Beeramu Project
This project reaches out to these raiders through “Ludo”, one of the most popular interactive board games played at different bodaboda stages as a way of entertainment.
This project is intended to improve social and economic empowerment and skills building of out-of-school young women affected and infected by HIV/AIDS in Makindye.
The project is aimed at breaking the silence on menstruation by talking to boys and girls in schools about what menstruation is, and its misconceptions.
The Empowered for Change Project
To engage with young women affected by HIV on issues concerning their access to HIV, SRHR, GBV services, and address their concerns in all relevant decisions, laws and policies.
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 Bfree project is a pilot of a newly developed antibacterial ‘Bfree’ menstrual cup, a cup which does not require water for boiling and lasts for more than 10 years.
Diwala App Project
Diwala built an ecosystem of trust, by safely issuing and verifying digital credentials and certificates utilising blockchain technology thus safeguarding our reputation.
Public Health Youth Symposium
PHYS is an avenue for public health practitioners and professionals to communicate connect and collaborate on pertinent public health needs and challenges.
The Cova Project
The Project distributes menstrual cups to local partners in the country since menstrual cups are reusable hygiene products that last for 10 years meaning they are extremely cost-saving.
PITCH is a strategic partnership between Aids funds, the International HIV/AIDS Alliance and the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs working with those most affected by HIV.
Public Health Ambassadors Program
The program will enable young people to spend between 6 – 12 months exploring public health needs and issues that they feel passionate about within their communities.
“Girls Kisoboka” meaning “It’s Possible” is primarily a young woman and adolescent girl’s drive targeting this population sub-group, 12-24 years of age, from all walks of life, demand and access to HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment Services.
Sign for Health Campaign
The campaign’s target was to increase demand, access, and utilisation of HIV/AIDS and SRHR information and services among Young Persons living with disabilities (YPLWD) with a focus on those with hearing and speaking impairments in the Kampala district.
The PHAU app is a safe interactive community where peer educators, and health ambassadors dialogue with young people in a safe space through direct questions and answer approach attending to their curiosity needs.
The Twist Play
THE TWIST is a play on sexual reproductive health and family planning that seeks to address some of the above issues, at least in part. The Play Written by Nargis Shirazi.
Worth the Wait Campaign
The project is based on the behavioral change theory that focuses on delaying first sexual experience, increase HIV, STI, and teen pregnancy-related information.
Tuli Wamu Nawe Campaign
Tuli Wamu Nawe is an anti-HIV and AIDS Stigma project aimed at decreasing HIV and AIDS stigma and discrimination by among women and girls.