Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights
About the Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Project
The Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights – Umbrella Project stands as a beacon of progress, a 5-year initiative committed to fostering comprehensive well-being and empowering communities.
Generously funded by the Swedish Embassy through FRONTLINE AIDS, this transformative endeavor is a collaborative effort undertaken by a consortium of five dedicated partners spread across the nation.
At the helm of this ambitious project is the Lead Agency, Alive Medical Services (AMS). AMS, stepping into the shoes of Reproductive Health Uganda (RHU) and CHAU, brings a wealth of experience and a renewed commitment to advancing sexual and reproductive health. The consortium operates in close collaboration with district authorities, health facilities, and the community at large, ensuring a grassroots approach that resonates with the unique needs of each locality.
As of June 2021, the project proudly marked the conclusion of its fifth year, celebrating milestones, lessons learned, and the tangible impact made on the lives of individuals and communities. The geographical focus of the project centers on the Eastern Central part of Uganda, with TASO’s presence felt in the districts of Buyende, Kayunga, and Buikwe. Our offices at TASO Jinja COE serve as a hub for coordination and engagement, fostering a sense of community and shared purpose.
Join us in this journey towards better sexual reproductive health and rights. Together, we are not just implementing a project; we are fostering positive change, creating a legacy that will resonate for years to come. TASO is proud to be a part of this transformative initiative, contributing to the well-being of individuals and communities in Eastern Central Uganda.