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Accelerating Epidemic Control Project in Fort region

The main objective of this project is to accelerate HIV/AIDS epidemic control in the Fort Portal region. This project also strives to achieve the UNAIDS 95-95-95 goals. These goals state that by 2022: 95% of all people living with HIV will know their HIV status. 95% of people with diagnosed HIV infection will receive sustained antiretroviral

Ugandan Grandmothers Programme in Kyabarungira, Kasese, Uganda

The overarching aim of this programme is to develop integrated supports to grandmothers in Uganda who are caring for children and grandchildren affected by HIV/AIDS and poverty Project period: 01/2019- to date; Funded by 70 individual global donors. The overarching aim of this programme is to develop integrated supports to grandmothers in Uganda who are

Health of People and Environment Project

This project was focused on achieving four specific objectives namely: To improve the uptake of essential sexual, reproductive and MNCH (maternal, neonatal and child health) services; To integrate HIV and malaria services among populations living in the Lake Victoria Basin (LVB) project sites; To increase communities’ capacities to sustainably manage natural resources in an attempt

Accelerating Epidemic Control Project in Fort region

The main objective of this project is to accelerate HIV/AIDS epidemic control in the Fort Portal region. This project also strives to achieve the UNAIDS 95-95-95 goals. These goals state that by 2022: 95% of all people living with HIV will know their HIV status. 95% of people with diagnosed HIV infection will receive sustained antiretroviral

Ugandan Grandmothers Programme in Kyabarungira, Kasese, Uganda

The overarching aim of this programme is to develop integrated supports to grandmothers in Uganda who are caring for children and grandchildren affected by HIV/AIDS and poverty Project period: 01/2019- to date; Funded by 70 individual global donors. The overarching aim of this programme is to develop integrated supports to grandmothers in Uganda who are

Health of People and Environment Project

This project was focused on achieving four specific objectives namely: To improve the uptake of essential sexual, reproductive and MNCH (maternal, neonatal and child health) services; To integrate HIV and malaria services among populations living in the Lake Victoria Basin (LVB) project sites; To increase communities’ capacities to sustainably manage natural resources in an attempt

Global Financing Facility accountability at sub-national level

In order to sustainable community interventions, RCRA engaged in budget advocacy and expenditure tracking for improved financing for women, children and adolescent services in Kasese. The overall objective of this project is to improve the delivery of women, children and adolescent (WCAH) services in the Kasese district. In addition to this objective, the project also

Personal protective equipment support to prevent and respond to COVID-19

RCRA has been actively supporting the Kasese district to prevent and respond COVID19 pandemic through assistance with personal protective equipment which included sanitizers, hand wash shop, facemasks, aprons to health workers

Accelerating Epidemic Control Project in Fort region

The main objective of this project is to accelerate HIV/AIDS epidemic control in the Fort Portal region. This project also strives to achieve the UNAIDS 95-95-95 goals. These goals state that by 2022: 95% of all people living with HIV will know their HIV status. 95% of people with diagnosed HIV infection will receive sustained antiretroviral

Accelerating uptake of numerous Family Planning Methods in hand to reach rural communities through Mobile Day Clinics

Project time: 27/05/2019- to date Funded by Community Health and Sustainable Environment Africa The principal objective of this project was to accelerate the uptake of various family planning methods in isolated rural communities in the Rwenzori Region. Delivered by a team comprised of 24 CHWs/VHTs, 2 Clinicians, 6 Midwives and 2 RCRA technical staff. Activities

Ugandan Grandmothers Programme in Kyabarungira, Kasese, Uganda

The overarching aim of this programme is to develop integrated supports to grandmothers in Uganda who are caring for children and grandchildren affected by HIV/AIDS and poverty Project period: 01/2019- to date; Funded by 70 individual global donors. The overarching aim of this programme is to develop integrated supports to grandmothers in Uganda who are

Community Facility Linkages and Referral Intervention in Kasese, Uganda

Project period 04/2017-03/2018; Funded by US Centers for Disease Prevention and Control The objectives of this intervention were to strengthen the linkage and referral process for individuals suffering from HIV/AIDS and to ensure equitable access and service delivery to those orphan and vulnerable children (OVC) households.   Activities included:                                                Working alongside linkages and referral assistants

Health of People and Environment Project

This project was focused on achieving four specific objectives namely: To improve the uptake of essential sexual, reproductive and MNCH (maternal, neonatal and child health) services; To integrate HIV and malaria services among populations living in the Lake Victoria Basin (LVB) project sites; To increase communities’ capacities to sustainably manage natural resources in an attempt

Accelerating Epidemic Control Project in Fort region

The main objective of this project is to accelerate HIV/AIDS epidemic control in the Fort Portal region. This project also strives to achieve the UNAIDS 95-95-95 goals. These goals state that by 2022: 95% of all people living with HIV will know their HIV status. 95% of people with diagnosed HIV infection will receive sustained antiretroviral

Ugandan Grandmothers Programme in Kyabarungira, Kasese, Uganda

The overarching aim of this programme is to develop integrated supports to grandmothers in Uganda who are caring for children and grandchildren affected by HIV/AIDS and poverty Project period: 01/2019- to date; Funded by 70 individual global donors. The overarching aim of this programme is to develop integrated supports to grandmothers in Uganda who are

Health of People and Environment Project

This project was focused on achieving four specific objectives namely: To improve the uptake of essential sexual, reproductive and MNCH (maternal, neonatal and child health) services; To integrate HIV and malaria services among populations living in the Lake Victoria Basin (LVB) project sites; To increase communities’ capacities to sustainably manage natural resources in an attempt

Accelerating Epidemic Control Project in Fort region

The main objective of this project is to accelerate HIV/AIDS epidemic control in the Fort Portal region. This project also strives to achieve the UNAIDS 95-95-95 goals. These goals state that by 2022: 95% of all people living with HIV will know their HIV status. 95% of people with diagnosed HIV infection will receive sustained antiretroviral

Accelerating uptake of numerous Family Planning Methods in hand to reach rural communities through Mobile Day Clinics

Project time: 27/05/2019- to date Funded by Community Health and Sustainable Environment Africa The principal objective of this project was to accelerate the uptake of various family planning methods in isolated rural communities in the Rwenzori Region. Delivered by a team comprised of 24 CHWs/VHTs, 2 Clinicians, 6 Midwives and 2 RCRA technical staff. Activities

Ugandan Grandmothers Programme in Kyabarungira, Kasese, Uganda

The overarching aim of this programme is to develop integrated supports to grandmothers in Uganda who are caring for children and grandchildren affected by HIV/AIDS and poverty Project period: 01/2019- to date; Funded by 70 individual global donors. The overarching aim of this programme is to develop integrated supports to grandmothers in Uganda who are

Health of People and Environment Project

This project was focused on achieving four specific objectives namely: To improve the uptake of essential sexual, reproductive and MNCH (maternal, neonatal and child health) services; To integrate HIV and malaria services among populations living in the Lake Victoria Basin (LVB) project sites; To increase communities’ capacities to sustainably manage natural resources in an attempt

Personal protective equipment support to prevent and respond to COVID-19

RCRA has been actively supporting the Kasese district to prevent and respond COVID19 pandemic through assistance with personal protective equipment which included sanitizers, hand wash shop, facemasks, aprons to health workers

Health of People and Environment Project

This project was focused on achieving four specific objectives namely: To improve the uptake of essential sexual, reproductive and MNCH (maternal, neonatal and child health) services; To integrate HIV and malaria services among populations living in the Lake Victoria Basin (LVB) project sites; To increase communities’ capacities to sustainably manage natural resources in an attempt

Health of People and Environment Project

This project was focused on achieving four specific objectives namely: To improve the uptake of essential sexual, reproductive and MNCH (maternal, neonatal and child health) services; To integrate HIV and malaria services among populations living in the Lake Victoria Basin (LVB) project sites; To increase communities’ capacities to sustainably manage natural resources in an attempt

Health of People and Environment Project

This project was focused on achieving four specific objectives namely: To improve the uptake of essential sexual, reproductive and MNCH (maternal, neonatal and child health) services; To integrate HIV and malaria services among populations living in the Lake Victoria Basin (LVB) project sites; To increase communities’ capacities to sustainably manage natural resources in an attempt

Health of People and Environment Project

This project was focused on achieving four specific objectives namely: To improve the uptake of essential sexual, reproductive and MNCH (maternal, neonatal and child health) services; To integrate HIV and malaria services among populations living in the Lake Victoria Basin (LVB) project sites; To increase communities’ capacities to sustainably manage natural resources in an attempt

Health of People and Environment Project

This project was focused on achieving four specific objectives namely: To improve the uptake of essential sexual, reproductive and MNCH (maternal, neonatal and child health) services; To integrate HIV and malaria services among populations living in the Lake Victoria Basin (LVB) project sites; To increase communities’ capacities to sustainably manage natural resources in an attempt

Community Facility Linkages and Referral Intervention in Kasese, Uganda

Project period 04/2017-03/2018; Funded by US Centers for Disease Prevention and Control The objectives of this intervention were to strengthen the linkage and referral process for individuals suffering from HIV/AIDS and to ensure equitable access and service delivery to those orphan and vulnerable children (OVC) households.   Activities included:                                                Working alongside linkages and referral assistants

Health of People and Environment Project

This project was focused on achieving four specific objectives namely: To improve the uptake of essential sexual, reproductive and MNCH (maternal, neonatal and child health) services; To integrate HIV and malaria services among populations living in the Lake Victoria Basin (LVB) project sites; To increase communities’ capacities to sustainably manage natural resources in an attempt

Health of People and Environment Project

This project was focused on achieving four specific objectives namely: To improve the uptake of essential sexual, reproductive and MNCH (maternal, neonatal and child health) services; To integrate HIV and malaria services among populations living in the Lake Victoria Basin (LVB) project sites; To increase communities’ capacities to sustainably manage natural resources in an attempt

Health of People and Environment Project

This project was focused on achieving four specific objectives namely: To improve the uptake of essential sexual, reproductive and MNCH (maternal, neonatal and child health) services; To integrate HIV and malaria services among populations living in the Lake Victoria Basin (LVB) project sites; To increase communities’ capacities to sustainably manage natural resources in an attempt

Health of People and Environment Project

This project was focused on achieving four specific objectives namely: To improve the uptake of essential sexual, reproductive and MNCH (maternal, neonatal and child health) services; To integrate HIV and malaria services among populations living in the Lake Victoria Basin (LVB) project sites; To increase communities’ capacities to sustainably manage natural resources in an attempt

Health of People and Environment Project

This project was focused on achieving four specific objectives namely: To improve the uptake of essential sexual, reproductive and MNCH (maternal, neonatal and child health) services; To integrate HIV and malaria services among populations living in the Lake Victoria Basin (LVB) project sites; To increase communities’ capacities to sustainably manage natural resources in an attempt

Global Financing Facility accountability at sub-national level

In order to sustainable community interventions, RCRA engaged in budget advocacy and expenditure tracking for improved financing for women, children and adolescent services in Kasese. The overall objective of this project is to improve the delivery of women, children and adolescent (WCAH) services in the Kasese district. In addition to this objective, the project also

Personal protective equipment support to prevent and respond to COVID-19

RCRA has been actively supporting the Kasese district to prevent and respond COVID19 pandemic through assistance with personal protective equipment which included sanitizers, hand wash shop, facemasks, aprons to health workers

Accelerating Epidemic Control Project in Fort region

The main objective of this project is to accelerate HIV/AIDS epidemic control in the Fort Portal region. This project also strives to achieve the UNAIDS 95-95-95 goals. These goals state that by 2022: 95% of all people living with HIV will know their HIV status. 95% of people with diagnosed HIV infection will receive sustained antiretroviral

Accelerating uptake of numerous Family Planning Methods in hand to reach rural communities through Mobile Day Clinics

Project time: 27/05/2019- to date Funded by Community Health and Sustainable Environment Africa The principal objective of this project was to accelerate the uptake of various family planning methods in isolated rural communities in the Rwenzori Region. Delivered by a team comprised of 24 CHWs/VHTs, 2 Clinicians, 6 Midwives and 2 RCRA technical staff. Activities

Ugandan Grandmothers Programme in Kyabarungira, Kasese, Uganda

The overarching aim of this programme is to develop integrated supports to grandmothers in Uganda who are caring for children and grandchildren affected by HIV/AIDS and poverty Project period: 01/2019- to date; Funded by 70 individual global donors. The overarching aim of this programme is to develop integrated supports to grandmothers in Uganda who are

Community Facility Linkages and Referral Intervention in Kasese, Uganda

Project period 04/2017-03/2018; Funded by US Centers for Disease Prevention and Control The objectives of this intervention were to strengthen the linkage and referral process for individuals suffering from HIV/AIDS and to ensure equitable access and service delivery to those orphan and vulnerable children (OVC) households.   Activities included:                                                Working alongside linkages and referral assistants

Health of People and Environment Project

This project was focused on achieving four specific objectives namely: To improve the uptake of essential sexual, reproductive and MNCH (maternal, neonatal and child health) services; To integrate HIV and malaria services among populations living in the Lake Victoria Basin (LVB) project sites; To increase communities’ capacities to sustainably manage natural resources in an attempt