We have carried out several activities and projects
The RCRA casts a wide net throughout the region, designing and implementing programmes in the areas of sexual and reproductive health, livelihood and community health, child education, social economic strengthening, OVC treatment of infections and linkage and referral coordination
Scoreboard and Advocacy Project in Kasese, Uganda: 08/2019 –to date, funded by PAI.
The overall objective of this project is to improve the delivery of women, children and adolescent (WCAH) services in the Kasese district. In addition to this objective, the project also focuses on successfully accomplishing two sub-targets.
Firstly, the RCRA aims to increase evidence and understanding surrounding the impact of global financing facility (GFF) funds on the quality of WCAH services.
The second sub-target of this project is to strengthen the RCRA’s linkages with other Reproductive Maternal Newborn Child and Adolescent Health plus Nutrition (RMNCAH+N) partners working in the Kasese district communities.
Accelerating Epidemic Control Project in Fort region; Project period 04/2019 to date; Funded by Baylor College of Medicine and Children’s Foundation; Grant size: $68,980.8
The main objective of this project is to accelerate HIV/AIDS epidemic control in the Fort Portal region.
This project also strives to achieve the UNAIDS 90-90-90 goals. These goals state that by 2022:
The overarching aim of this programme is to develop integrated supports to grandmothers in Uganda who are caring for children and grandchildren affected by HIV/AIDS and poverty.
An additional objective of this programme is to educate 100 households of grandmothers caring for HIV positive children/grandchildren about topics such as a healthy lifestyle, nutrition and disease prevention.
Child and Family Heath through Grandmothers in Kyabarungira, Kasese, Uganda: Project phase 1: 01/2019- to 10/2019; Funded by over 60 individual donors globally.
The overarching aim of this programme was to develop integrated supports to grandmothers in Uganda who are caring for children and grandchildren affected by HIV/AIDS and poverty.
Health of People and Environment Project (HoPE) Phase III in Maliba and Kyabarungira, Kasese, Uganda: Project period: 02/2018 to July 2019; Funded by Margareti A Cargill Foundation US
This project is focused on achieving four specific objectives
Quality Sanitary Pads and Nutrition Seedlings Programme in Maliba and Hima, Kasese, Uganda; Project period: 05/2018- 08/2018; Funded by Twin Funding Chester University;
Accelerating uptake of numerous Family Planning Methods in hard to reach rural communities through Mobile Day Clinics; Project time: 27/05/2019-31/12/2020; Funded by Community Health and Sustainable Environment Africa
The principal objective of this project is to accelerate the uptake of various family planning methods in isolated rural communities in the Rwenzori Region through mobile day-clinics and back-pack nurse model.
Community Facility Linkages and Referral Intervention in Kasese, Uganda; Project period 04/2017-03/2018; Funded by US Centers for Disease Prevention and Control
The objectives of this intervention were to strengthen the linkage and referral process for individuals suffering from HIV/AIDS and to ensure equitable access and service delivery to those orphan and vulnerable children (OVC) households.