Working in Partnership for an HIV-free Generation:TASO and Medical Access Uganda(Ltd) Consultative Meeting
First Lady, Hon. Janet Museveni congratulating TASO supported adolescent, Sylvia Nalukwago, after her music performance at the eMTCT Campaign Regional Launch in Jinja, December 2014
Ensuring success of eMTCT intervention: a client mother receiving her ART drug refills from a health worker from a TASO supported Public Health Facility (PHF)
Dispelling myth about HIV and AIDS: A TASO health worker conducting public education and sensitization on prevention of HIV transmission during an exhibition event
A clinic day at TASO Mulago: A typical clinic day at a TASO or Supported Public Health Facility (PHF) starts with a health talk/clients’ education
Promoting Learning and Sharing of Best Practices in the HIV and AIDS Response: TASO Participated at the Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI) Open day in 2014
TASO public exhibition stall at the eMTCT Campaign Regional Launch in Kampala
Clients acknowledging receipt of their ART drug refills by thump print at a Community Drug Distribution Point (CDDP)
Care for the caregivers: TASO staff at a stress management event
Providing opportunities for communities to test and know their HIV sero status: an HIV Testing and Counseling outreach at Uganda National Mosque
TASO founder member, Mary Kakeeto shows how it is done: The “TASO Hug” is a unique trait that has been instrumental in the reduction of stigma and promotion of openness about HIV sero status
Taking services where they are most needed. TASO health workers preparing for an outreach intervention.
Involving the public to support Orphans and Vulnerable Children: TASO Mulago Adolescents’ Drama Group entertaining guests at a fundraising dinner. Rt. Hon. Rebecca Kadaga was Chief Guest
TASO health workers delivering ART drug refills at a Community Drug Distribution Point (CDDP)
Naturing the culture of smooth handover of leadeship. Prof. Francis G. Omaswa new TASO Board of Trustees Chairperson receiving intruments of work from his predecessor, Prof. David Serwadda. Looking on is TASO Patron, Dr. Noerine Kaleeba
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Kaberamaido Fisher Communities Welcome Soroti Region Project
The fisher communities in Kaberamaido District are thrilled by the entry of TASO-Soroti Regional Project into the Teso sub region. The excitement has been expressed during the ongoing fisher community engagement meetings conducted at the landing sites in the district. The Regional Project, led by Uganda Fisheries and Fish Conservation Association (UFFCA), one of the three consortium members, is currently steering stakeholder and fisher community engagement meetings to drum up support for the implementation of the project among the fisher communities.
TASO Partners with Katakwi District to Commemorate Day of African Child
Magoro Primary School in Katakwi District was yesterday 27th June 2017 a centre of convergence of cohorts on child rights and survival. The school played host to the District commemorations of the Day of the African Child, an event that was organized in partnership with Civil Society Organisations. TASO Soroti Regional Project and TASO Soroti Service Centre of Excellence were part of the key stakeholders who partnered with the district to honor the day. TASO’s engagement and presence at the event was obviously conspicuous with its branding, giveaways, presentations by the drama group and mentions by the speakers.
ASO-Soroti Regional Consortium Project today 31st May 2017 kick-started its operations in the Teso sub–region at an inception sharing meeting held in Usuk Sub-Country Hall. The two-day maiden meeting is the first in a series of planned district-based meetings across the 8 Districts of Teso whose aim is to introduce the project and plan with district stakeholders for its implementation. TASO in consortium with University Research Co., LLC (URC) and Uganda Fisheries and Fish Conservation Association (UFFCA) received a funding award in March 2017 to implement a regional project to accelerate Epidemic Control in Soroti region under the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The project will be implemented under a Health Systems Strengthening approach.
As we commemorate World TB Day, TASO’s implores upon each of us to do what it takes to contribute to ending TB. This call was contained in a brief published on World TB Day, 24th March 2017. TASO asserts that when each of us does his/her roles well as individuals and institutions, we are uniting our efforts with the rest of the world to leave no one behind in the TB response. Read the Brief