Youth Empowered and Supported (YES) Project
YES project is a USAID funded project which aims at increasing Access to Adolescent Friendly Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights Education and Services at both public and private health facilities in Hoima District targeting youth in and out school.
SRHR Project for youth in Karamoja
Reproductive Health Uganda is partnering with Restless Development to increase demand for, and supply of SRH information and services for young people (age 10-24) . SRHR project,a UKAID funded project empowers peers in schools and youth groups to make informed SRH choices, delivering a tailored curriculum including a focus on gender roles and gender-based violence (GBV) in Moroto and Napak Districts.
Youth Enterprise Model (YEM)
YEM is a 2 year project funded by UNFPA which sets out to increase access to SRHR information and services for young people participating in vocational institutions and small business enterprises in 3 districts in central Uganda including; Kampala, Wakiso and Mubende. This project targets to integrate SRHR and financial skills and value chain processing with Foundation skills including Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and Numeracy.
Get Up Speak Out (GUSO)
This is to ensure that all young people between 10-24 years especially girls and young women are empowered to realise their SRHR that are positive toward young people’s sexuality. The Dutch Ministry of Foreign affairs funded project, is a global one with countries such as Kenya, Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, Uganda, Indonesia and Pakistan. The Ugandan implementers alongside Reproductive Health Uganda (RHU) are School Net Foundation, Straight Talk Foundation (STF), Family Life Education, Restless Development, Uganda Network for Young People Living with HIV/AIDS(UNYPL) and Reach A Hand Uganda (RAHU). RHU will focus on Iganga and Bugiri and other partners will take on Jinja and Mayuge.
Youth Empowerment Through Agriculture (YETA)
This five year project responds to the Master Card Foundation call to action to provide economic opportunities for youth in Africa. It will help to achieve the goal of the youth in Northern Uganda of sustainable commercial enterprise. Alongside RHU other organisations such as NCBA, CLUSA, Youth Alive, Making Cents Afalotun, FINCA, Finance Trust Bank(FTB) and centenary will take part. RHU on its own will focus on integrating SRH services and Information into the established youth association and in agricultural activities , train Peer leaders in reproductive health and family planning, receive ongoing peer mentoring in life skills numeracy and literacy among others. The areas of interest include Dokolo, Masindi, Kiryandogo and Kole and it’s intended to build the capacity of young people between 15-24 years to establish sustainable businesses by the end of the five years.