Under Community Health and Environment Conservation, we are implementing integrated outreach day clinics in Ankole and Rwenzori region complemented by door-to-door visits for health promotion and facilitating access to short-term contraceptives including making referrals for long-term and other health care needs. The project has continued to support beneficiary communities with tree planting, construction of energy saving stoves and environment conservation education.
A total number of 9736 people have been reached with the health services in the clinic of which 3958 women received family planning services.
Health of People and Environment Project (HoPE) Phase III in Maliba and Kyabarungira, Kasese, Uganda: Project period: 02/2017 to July 2019; Supported by Pathfinder International Uganda.
This project was focused on achieving four specific objectives namely: To improve the uptake of essential sexual, reproductive and MNCH (maternal, neonatal and child health) services; To integrate HIV and malaria services among populations living in the Lake Victoria Basin (LVB) project sites; To increase communities’ capacities to sustainably manage natural resources in an attempt to increase food security and improve livelihoods in HoPE-LVB project sites; To utilize the emerging PHE policy framework to support health system strengthening, natural resource management and the scaling up of the HoPE-LVB model for PHE integration in Kasese project sites