CHAF Uganda focues on helping the communities with Health, Education and Agriculture.
CHAF Uganda focus on increasing demand for, access of and utilization of HIV, TB, WASH and SRHR services by making all key stakeholders accountable through.
• Reducing leakages and improving effective use of resources like drugs and human resources. • Engaging community members to know what their health rights. • Empowering community members to ask for accountability from the government workers. • Improving health seeking behaviour. • Reducing HIV/AIDS and TB prevalence rates. • Expanding access and increasing use of quality, inclusive and integrated HIV, TB and SRHR services among vulnerable and key populations. • Improving citizen awareness of health rights, needs, entitlements and responsibilities Mobilising communities to monitor health service delivery. • Improving upward and downward accountability between DHO/HSD (Health Sub-District) and HC staff.
a) TB prevention project.
CHAF UGANDA focuses on;
1. TB screening and management 2. Community education sessions on TBIC 3. Home to home visits 4. Referrals and follow ups on TB patients who miss their clinic appointments
b) HIV prevention project
CHAF Uganda focuses on;
1. HIV counseling and Testing 2. Condom promotion and distribution 3. Care and treatment 4. Community education sessions on HIV prevention 5. Home basic care 6. Referrals and follow ups on HIV+ patients who miss their clinic appointments
c) OVC support project
CHAF Uganda focuses on;
1. Provision of career guidance to OVC 2. Vocational training in different careers. 3. Life Skills Training 4. Business skills Training 5. Provision of scholastic materials and agricultural inputs. 6. Referral linkages and follow ups
d) Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) project
1. Community WASH awareness campaigns
CHAF Uganda focus on increasing access of education to vulnerable groups (OVC and girls) through.
• Reducing teacher absenteeism • Improving learning environment especially infrastructure. • Reducing girl child school dropout rates. • Mobilizing communities (parents) to provide basic meals (lunch) to school going children.
CHAF Uganda accelerate access to improved and affordable farm inputs, production enhancement technologies, quality assurance facilities, training/advisory services and access to good markets through produce pooling and collective marketing.
Special attention is on;
• Promoting food security and good nutrition for especially marginalized groups such as HIV/AIDS infected and affected families, orphans and Other Vulnerable Children (OVCs) and the elderly. • Increasing access to market information systems to enable farmers make informed decisions on production and marketing. • Establishing and reviving farmer collective action to address smallholder farmers’ weak bargaining power in both input and output markets. • Strengthening research-extension farmer linkages to enhance design of locally relevant farm technologies.
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