Name of the organization
Uganda Network of Young People Living with HIV/AIDS
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HIV and AIDS
1. PITCH – Partnership to Inspire Transform and Connect the HIV Response
Partnership to Inspire, Transform and Connect the HIV response (PITCH) is a five year project (2015- 2020) implemented in a consortium by the Uganda Network of Young People Living with HIV (UNYPA, National Forum of PLHA Networks in Uganda (NAFOPHANU) and International Community of Women Living with HIV in East Africa (ICWEA). UNYPA is implementing the project in 3 districts of; Mbale, Paliisa and Nakapiripit. The program engages Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) and HIV service providers, policy makers at all levels, Civil Society Organizations, line Ministries, leaders in local governments, Religious, Cultural and Opinion Leaders and community at large with an aim of realizing improved quality of HIV services, accessibility, availability and utilization of SRHR services.
Project Goals; Equal access to HIV-related services, Sexual and reproductive health and rights for all, Equal and full rights for key populations and Strong civil society organizations are successful HIV advocates.
2. GUSO – Get Up Speak Out is a five year project (2015 -2020) implemented in a consortium of 12 SRHR Alliance partners with a common vision of a society where all young persons have equal rights and access to SRHR information and services to make healthy choices in line with the Rights Based Approach (RBA).
The role of UNYPA in this project is to strengthen the capacity of YPLHIV to demand and utilize integrated sexual reproductive health and HIV services in three districts of Eastern Uganda (Iganga, Bugiri, &Jinja).
Community Level, National Level