SRHR Donor Report Sharing

The launch event will bring together experts and policy-makers from donor governments to discuss the findings of the Report, and reflect on how and why donors should step up their support to SRHR going forward.

February Twitter Space

The event aimed at bridging the gap between the youth and access to health services especially those related to Sexual Reproductive Health Rights.

POWER Project Demo Day

The countdown for POWER Demo-day is on! On 15/02/2023, the 12 young women entrepreneurs of POWER Project will pitch their innovative business startups to an audience of potential partners and mentors with a cash prize for the winning enterprise. We can hardly wait!!!

Women’s Accelerator Program

Action 4 Health Uganda, together with DSW and in partnership with Capital Solutions is seeking applications from young women entrepreneurs who are ready to be part of a women accelerator program in growing and scaling up their business start-up ideas in addressing societal challenges relating to family planning and sexual and reproductive health (FP/SRH) in Uganda.

Pre-World Contraception Day Tweet Chat

World Contraception Day takes place on September 26th every year. The annual worldwide campaign centres around a vision where every pregnancy is wanted. Join the conversations about contraceptives, the youth, and what national and sub national governments can do to secure access to reproductive healthcare, family planning, and contraception services for young people in Uganda. Follow the conversation and contribute using the hashtag #WCD2020UG

3rd Uganda National Family Planning Conference Under Theme “Family Planning For Social Economic Transformation: Empowering Communities”

The conference to be held under the theme “Family Planning For Social Economic Transformation: Empowering Communities’’, is organized by the Ministry of Health (MOH) in collaboration with the FP2020 donor focal point for Uganda (UNFPA, DFID, USAID), WHO and Uganda Family Planning Consortium and other Development Partners, National Population Council, Parliamentary Committee on Population and Reproductive health and other FP Partners.

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