Events Updates

Dr. Jotham Musinguzi, the Director General National Population Council, giving a key note address

Monday, November 13, 2017
Uganda Bureau of Statistics
Posted On: Tuesday 28th November, 2017
By UYAHF Writer One of Uganda’s unsolved issues that every politician while canvassing for votes promises to address is unemployment among the youth. Before assuming offices, this problem seems quite easy to solve until one faces reality; that the problem is far from having an immediate solution.... Read More
Monday, November 20, 2017
Grand Global Hotel- Kampala
Posted On: Monday 27th November, 2017
Meaningful Youth Participation training excites participants By UYAHF Writer Young people should not make their decisions; they should wait for the adults to decide for them! This is one of the topics that created debate among the participants in a workshop organized by the Uganda Youth and... Read More

In the picture above, AfriYAN members and Advocates for action during training on youth-led research in Jinja

Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Posted On: Tuesday 10th January, 2017
10th January 2017 - Jinja Uganda  There is increasing realization of the need to conduct evidence-based advocacy for high impact adolescent health interventions. The SRHR challenges facing today's young people though widely known, require evidenced interventions if impact is to be realized.  In... Read More
Saturday, October 15, 2016
Kasangati Grounds, Wakiso district
Posted On: Monday 31st October, 2016
Youth health activists in Uganda have vowed to petition the chairperson of the health committee of parliament of Uganda over the need to priorities and increase investment for reproductive health services and supplies by making contraceptives services universally available, accessible and... Read More
Saturday, October 15, 2016
Kasangati Playground
Posted On: Wednesday 19th October, 2016
The campaign code named Pulani Ki? literally translated as ‘What’s your plan?” was launched in Kasangati play grounds and it is aimed at creating awareness about various contraception methods and to create a platform for young people, service providers and policy makers to deliberate on challenges... Read More
Posted On: Wednesday 22nd June, 2016
Did you know Uganda’s Productivity would be $15 billion higher if teenage girls delayed pregnancy until their early twenties, got a skill and worked? Did you know that 3 out of 10 girls in Uganda drop out of school due to teenage pregnancy related issues? Did you know that 49% of Ugandan Women are... Read More

Praise Trust (the UYAHF Program Officer SRHR) and Brian Wambede pledging to condomize.

Sunday, February 14, 2016
Wandegeya, MUK Main Gate
Posted On: Tuesday 3rd May, 2016
5th Feb 2016 / Kampala Uganda Patrick Mwesigye Founder and Team Leader: Uganda Youth and Adolescents Health Forum President: Africa Youth and Adolescents Network on Population and Development (AfriYAN East and Southern Africa) 14th Feb, is a day globally recognized by many as Valentine’s Day. The... Read More
Posted On: Friday 10th October, 2014
The #Plight, #future, #dignity and #beauty of the #girl-child must be #protected by all societies and at all times. Girls must be supported to stay longer in school and finish their education. The girl child must be protected from abuse, exploitation, and violence in their diverse forms and in all... Read More
Posted On: Saturday 27th September, 2014
Yesterday Friday 26th September 2014, over 2500 young people from the five divisions of Uganda’s capital Kampala came together to celebrate and commemorate the WORLD CONTRACEPTIVE DAY under the theme; It’s your Life, It’s your future; Know your options. The event was held at KATI KATI Restaurant... Read More
Posted On: Tuesday 9th September, 2014
The Uganda YWP chapter will be convening sessions on how Young Water Professionals (YWPs) can use social media platforms to improve service delivery in the water and sanitation sector for example use it in daily operations, advocacy on issues like sanitation, Non-Revenue Water, Stakeholder feedback... Read More