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.
RHU envisages a Ugandan society where everyone has access to sexual and reproductive health and rights information and services they need and in which their sexual and reproductive health and rights choices are respected.
RHU is committed to promoting high quality, high impact and gender-sensitive sexual and reproductive health and rights information and services for vulnerable and most at risk population of young people (15 – 30 years) in Uganda through capacity building, specialised service delivery, issue-specific advocacy and strategic partnerships.