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Funded Initiatives for PPG ARO
Initiative Contributions for PPG ARO
|1||All health centres provide basic EmONC services (EWEC2011)||Improve access Quality and Availability||Implementing ‘Closing the Gap (CtG) project” with 4 local implementing partners in 7 districts. The overall project goal is to improve the quality, accessibility, and availability of long term family planning services in these districts. The project builds the capacity of RHU and partner clinics, and improve access to Long Acting Contraceptive methods (LARCs) by vulnerable, under underserved women in the project areas. The local partners are FLAMA Uganda (Gulu); Straight Talk Foundation (Gulu and Kitgum), Kyetume (Mukono, Kibaale and Buikwe and RHU (Kampala, Gulu and Lira)||2015/2016|
|2||Increased demand for FP services (EWEC2011)||Improve access Quality and Availability||• Implementing the Voices for Health project with 7 local implementing partners which focus on advocacy for SRHR issues. For instance, a Communication campaign been developed targeting the implementation of ASRH policy; while Fowode trained budget monitoring committees in Busia and Tororo focusing on FP and access to RH services; RHU has developed a University campaign for improving access to Emergency Contraceptives using peer educators
• Implementing Closing the Gap (CtG) project in partnership with Reproductive Health Uganda (RHU) in 3 districts (Kampala, Apac and Lira) that aims to improve the quality, accessibility, and availability of long term family planning services in these districts. It does so by building the capacity of RHU and partner clinics, and improve access to Long Acting Contraceptive methods (LARCs) by vulnerable, under underserved women in the project areas.
|Description||Partners in Population and Development (PPD) is a Southern-led, Southern-run inter-governmental organization that works through the modality of South-South Cooperation in the areas of reproductive health and population and development. It was founded based on the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), Cairo 1994 and currently has 25 member countries (more than half of the world’s population), who exhibit their commitment through Ministerial-level Board representation and paying annual membership contributions.
|Added On||2015-12-14 20:25:49|