The project aims to provide SRH services to refugees and the most vulnerable and marginalized population in Northern and Central Uganda.
Budget: 10,000,000 DKK
Timeline: 2 Years ( April 2020-March 2022 )
Project implementation areas: Ouganda
Partners: Uganda MOH, Uganda crisis coordination office
Key achievements to date:
- 47,631 persons (73% females and 27% males) aged 10- 49 years of age served with integrated sexual reproductive health services
- 284,048 SRH services provided
- Enhanced capacity of 60 community resource persons and 77 health care providers in various SRH and SBCC packages.
Innovative approaches: Working with persons with disabilities to ensure disability-inclusive programming
Lessons learned: Cultural diversity, beliefs, and practices significantly undermine how refugees relate.