Community Health and Environment Conservation

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.

Completed projects:

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