FP commodities to the last mile (“THE LAST MILE”)

Donor/ Development Partner: Champions in Global Reproductive Rights (PAI)

Improved efficiency in the disbursement of funding and delivery of supplies lead to a reduction FP commodity stock outs and improve method mix
The last mile project is funded by Population Action International (PAI).The aim of the project is to enhance the disbursement of funding and delivery of supplies to the last mile leading to a reduction of family planning stock outs as well as improve the method mix. 


January 2017 – December 2021

Donor/ Development Partner: Ministry of Foreign Affairs Netherland/Rutgers

To advocate for an inclusive environment for the realization of reproductive health rights of young people in Uganda.
The Right Here Right Now Strategic Partnership aims for the respect, protection and fulfilment of SRHR of young people, with a particular focus on young women, girls and young LGBTI. It is an advocacy initiative with a diverse and inclusive set of CSOs (youth and non-youth) having come together in national platforms for concerted advocacy in 10 countries and one sub-region: Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Senegal, Indonesia, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Honduras and the Caribbean.

Be a Man _opt

Prevention+: Partnering with Men to End GBV
January, 2016 – December 2020

Donor/ Development Partner: Dutch MOFA through Sonke Gender Justice (SA)

To realise a gender just Uganda, free of gender-based violence

Prevention+ is a 5-years project with funding from Dutch MOFA through Sonke Gender Justice (SA) and it aims at achieving a gender just Uganda, free of gender-based violence. It focuses on engaging young men to prevent GBV and promote gender justice. The project addresses root causes of GBV embedded in patriarchal norms and harmful practices, affecting men, boys and sexual minorities. The project has two main priority areas; 1) reducing violence against women and 2) economic participation and self-reliance of women. Its interventions are being implemented at four key outcome areas using the theory of change (TOC) namely; individual/relationship level, community level, institution/CSOs and government/policy level.

Arua, Kapchorwa and Bushenyi districts


Advanced Family planning (AFP) November 2019 – October 2020

Donor/ Development Partner: John Hopkins University/ Bill Melinda Gates

Improve access to and use of family planning services, information, and supplies. By increasing funding, decreasing policy barriers, and increasing the importance of family planning among policymakers at global, regional, national, and sub-national levels. (3)

Communication for Advocacy project (CAP) January 2020 – December 2020

Donor/ Development Partner: IPPF

Increase awareness, importance, understand of SRHR, to improve access to and use of SRHR services, information by increasing funding, increase services/commodities uptake among policymakers and consumers.

Communication for Advocacy is an advocacy project targeting to strengthen information about SRHR services and issues among the policy makers and SRHR users. It will boost the other advocacy projects and also boost in increasing client load at RHU clinics and services point by amplifying visibility. It is mainly a media/communications engagement project.  

Kampala, Kabale, Mbarara, Mityana, Mbale, Fort Portal and Hoima

Integrating Population dynamics,SRHR and Climate Change Adaptations(CISU PROJECT)
January 2016 – End of December 2018

Donor/ Development Partner: IPPF

The overall Goal of this Project is to contribute to increased awareness amongst key decision makers about ICPD Program of Action Implementation and Monitoring at National, Regional and International levels.

The Integrating Population dynamics, SRHR and Climate Change Adaptations (CISU) Project is a three (3) years project (2016-2018).The project is implemented by Reproductive Health Uganda (RHU) and PHE Ethiopia Consortium in Ethiopia. The project is funded by Danish Family Planning Association. The project fosters to contribute to increased awareness amongst key decision makers about: