HIV/AIDS care and treatment Project


In 2017 Youth Partnership Uganda implemented a project titled AIDS care and treatment project targeting the Most at risk population (MARPS) especially the commercial sex workers in Mpondwe Lhubiriha Town Council in Bukonzo west kasese district using the moon light testing from bars and lodges and other hotsports , the project was being funded by Centre for Disease Control / Uganda Episcopal Conference/ Uganda Catholic Medical Bureau CDC/UEC/UCMB/, in partnership with Kasanga Primary Health Care; it was implemented from May to September 2017.

The project was successfully implemented and during the project implementation we trained 40 peer educators/counsellors, YPU staff managed to reach and tested 2836 people yet the targeted population as per the MOU were 2636,we managed to link 76  positive Commercial Sex Workers for ART at Kasanga Primary health Centre and through this project the target population and the wider community have greatly been sensitized on HIV/AIDS and STIs prevention hence minimizing re-infection using the 90,90,90 approach.

Youth Partnership Uganda services are not limited to moonlight services, however. YPU now has HIV/AIDS outreaches in various areas where they operate, offering free and accessible services to community members. Since we began outreaches in May, they have continued testing people in communities, individuals and provide counseling services those positive are referred to the health facility nearby.

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 In photo: One of our staff during the HIV community outreach programme in Mpondwe Lhubiriha Town Council.

Advocacy for better health project

In 2015 Youth partnership Uganda was selected by Action for Community Development (ACODEV) to participate in the implementation of Advocacy for better health project. The partnership involves raising the capacity of the community members to effectively demand and advocate for better health services from their leaders. The ABH project is funded by USAID through Pathfinder to ACODEV, and implemented in Kasese district where Youth Partnership Uganda was allocated participation in Nyakiyumbu Sub County and we managed to reach 35600 both direct and indirect beneficiaries.

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in photo: ACODEV partners in training about advocacy for Better Health a project being funded by USAID and Youth Partnership Uganda is one of the implementing partners

Advocacy Programmes.

Youth partnership Uganda has participated in various advocacy meetings especially on the promotion of the right to health, Food and protection as a fundamental to child growth and development. This was organized by Action for community Development under the ACPDEV/KIOS PP. this meeting drawn participants from partner CBOs that work under their partnership, district leaders from Kasese and Kabarole, where it was agreed that CBOs and NGOs and government leaders should include child marriage issues in their programmes so as to reduce the prevalence of young girls getting married off at early ages. The meeting took place in Kabarole district at Tooro Botanical Garden

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in photo: The Executive Director Youth Partnership Uganda attended on how Child marriage can be reduced.

Global Meetings for Girls Not Brides Members

Girls Not Brides organizes global meetings for  its members that aimed at building the member’s capacity to effectively implement issues concerning early marriages and  teenage pregnancy in their respective countries. This enabled YPU to share its experiences and meet potential donors. The meeting was organized from 19th-21st of May 2015 in Morocco-Casablanca. It was attended by Mr. Kambere Julius-the Programme Coordinator of Youth Partnership Uganda and also the Executive Director Mr Bwambale Morish attended another one in Malaysia in 2018

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in photo: The Programs Coordinator Youth Partnership Uganda and other members of Girls Not Brides in a global conference held in Morocco in May 2015

Community Action

Youth Partnership Uganda supports, child clubs in schools and in the community at large to advocate for their rights especially education and health, increase to sexual reproductive health rights information. We support girls and boys to be activists of change in their schools, communities and government through information sharing and public debates both in schools and the community at large where we have even reached girls in schools and teach them about menstrual health management and how best they can overcome pains we even give out re usable sanitary pads  to vulnerable girls and young women both in schools and the community, we have so far supplied 650 pads and our target is 20000 girls of school going age

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in photo: Pupils of Busendwa Primary school one of the hard in Bundibugyo receives re-usable sanitary pads.

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in photo: Pupils of Kabusongora Primary school very happy as they receive Re usable sanitary pads donated by Kelly Goodman and friend so as to fight school dropout due to menstrual challenges

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in photo: Students of ST Peters Anglican Vocational Secondary school receive the pads donated by Kelly Goodman and friends

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in photo: After training the girls on menstrual health management how to use the re usable sanitary pads

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in photo: After training the girls on menstrual health management how to use the re usable sanitary pads