National Symposium On Menstrual Hygiene Management In Uganda

Thursday 24th May was a tremendous day as Uganda and the Civil society especially Non-Governmental Organizations and Community Based organizations that are promoting good practices on Menstrual Hygiene Management came together to share knowledge, best practices and challenges which they were facing in this patriotic campaigns to end stigma and break the silence on Menstruation.…

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Ugandan EALA Members Oriented on the East African Community SRHR Bill

On Friday 11th May 2018, Uganda Youth and Adolescent Health Forum in Partnership with Uganda Network of African Women Ministers and Parliamentarians (NAWMP), convened an orientation breakfast meeting, with East African Legislative Assembly-EALA country representatives, to orient them on the East African Community SRHR bill. Uganda Youth and Adolescents Health Forum, a youth led and…

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UYAHF Empowers Health Advocates in Budget Analysis

“What brings us together… is our belief that people have a right to influence the public choices that shape our lives. Public budgets are the chief instruments by which governments make these decisions and civil society the greatest tool to ensure that people are part of that process.” Jim Shultz, Democracy Center in Bolivia, at…

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Meaningful Youth Participation Training Excites Participants

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 Adolescent Health Forum-UYAHF with support from Right Here Right Now Partnership and Dance for Life a Dutch…