Report On Violation Of Reproductive Rights Of Vulnerable Women And Girls In Their Diversities In The Districts Of Busia, Tororo, Mbale, Butaleja And Soroti - 2023
Reproductive Justice is the complete physical, mental, spiritual, political, social, and economic well-being of women and girls, based on the full achievement and protection of women’s human rights. Litigation on the other hand refers to the process of taking legal action on an issue. Litigating reproductive justice on the continent is fraught with difficulty with restrictive legal regimes, political hurdles and hostile social attitudes which would forestall the implementation of any court decisions; the absence of indigenous jurisprudence and failures by judges and lawyers as…
A National Baseline Study For Findings on the Legal and Policy Environment for Access to SRHR AND HIV & AIDS Services for Female Sex Workers (FSWs)
Sex workers are part of the key populations in Uganda engaged in sex work that is more prevalent in almost all the urban centers and some rural areas in Uganda. However, they often operate clandestinely for fear of arrest, prosecution, harassment and stigmatization. It is thus difficult to estimate their population and reach. This stigmatization and severe discrimination is attributed to the fact that sex work in Uganda is criminalized. Consequently, sex workers are regularly harassed by law enforcement officers under prevailing legislation.
Mbale District Young Peoples’ Prep Priority Action Plan 2022-2023
Uganda has one of the highest HIV and AIDS disease burdens, with a prevalence of 5.5% among adults ages 15-49 years, 7.1% among females, and 3.8% among males. Approximately 1.3 million adults 15 years and older are living with HIV (UPHIA, 2020). The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) 2020 Spectrum estimates that the HIV incidence rate is 0.95 per 1,000 persons; 570 young women ages 15–24 years acquire HIV each week in Uganda (UNAIDS 2020 spectrum estimates).
FACT SHEET: Family Planning – An Overview
Among the targets (3.7) in goal 3 of the United Nations sustainable development goals (SDGs) is to ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive healthcare services, including family planning, information and education, and the integration of
reproductive health into national strategies and programs.
Annual Narrative Report 2022
The Annual Report 2022 marks the end of the implementation of Women With A Mission work plan for 2022. The work plan has been the guiding document from which the organization got its direction. It’s worth noting that the organization implemented activities from Five (5) different projects. The report will discuss the organization objectives which were set at the beginning of the year, the set targets out of the objectives, the implemented objectives, the outcomes, the impacts, challenges, innovations and the targets for next year plus the conclusion.
Report for Mapping of People Who Use and Inject Drugs in hotspots in the districts of Mbale, Tororo, Busia and Malaba
The report presents the findings of the Mapping of People Who Use and
Inject Drugs in hotspots in the districts of Mbale, Tororo, Busia and Malaba This was conducted in Mbale, Malaba, Tororo and Busia…
The Plight of Women who Indulge in Drug Use
A documentary made by Women with a Mission. Watch to Learn the Extent and Effects of Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act 2016 on Women Who Use Drugs (WWUDs) Access to SRHR and HIV related services.
National Baseline Study on the Magnitude of Drug Use among Women, Lived Realities, Challenges Faced and Mapping CSOS That Work With Women Who Use Drugs In Uganda
W omen who use drugs (W W UDs), are a growing population in Uganda. These face double stigma and its worse if they are also living with HIV/AIDS. Most of them engage in sex work and this makes it more complicated in terms of access to health services and adherence if they are living with HIV and enrolled on ART. In Uganda, dominant political and social discourses dehumanise people who use drugs and in particular, women who use drugs and sex workers leading to stigma, violence and reduced access to SRH/HIV services and elevated risk of acquiring HIV.