Catch up with the latest from RHU

welcome to Reproductive Health Uganda

Reproductive Health Uganda (RHU) is a national, voluntary, non-discriminatory and not-for-profit, non-government organisation. It is affiliated to the International Planned Parenthood Federation, a leading International NGO promoting and providing sexual and reproductive health and rights services with a membership of 152 Associations in 182 countries.

RHU, formerly known as the Family Planning Association of Uganda, is the pioneer of family planning services in Uganda and has since remained the lead NGO in the provision of family planning services in the country. The change of name to Reproductive Health Uganda represents a strategic shift and redirecting of focus, from vertical Family Planning programs to integrated sexual and reproductive health and rights services.

Making the Maputo Plan of Action Work.


Uganda is signatory to the Maputo Plan of action, one of whose action areas is improving young people’s sexual and reproductive health. However, young people still bear the brunt of reproductive ill-health including high pregnancy rates and HIV infection.

Rising up for Reproductive health and Gender rights


RHU, with support from  SIDA through the Swedish Association for sexuality Education (RFSU) is implementing a project in Apac and Kapchorwa districts with the goal of ensuring access to sexuality and reproductive health information and services to underserved young people in Uganda.

Enhancing Access to SRH Information

adolescent projects

Enhancing Access to SRH Information and Services to Underserved Young People in Uganda (Danida A + Project)

Young people (10-24 years) constitute over 30% of Uganda’s population, with significant impact on population momentum, structure and growth rate

Reaching the Hard to Reach


Reaching the Hard to Reach: Strengthening Prevention of HIV among vulnerable youth in Mbarara Municipality- An SRHR Approach to HIV Prevention. This is a five-year project that runs until December 2012. It aims to reduce the incidence of HIV infections, sexually transmitted infections

deliverING long term and permanent family planning service services and information through static clinics, community based reproductive health agents and outreaches.

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