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Tuesday26 September 2017

Love Mu Kibanda, we took the Valentine’s Day love to Bwaise


Valentine’s Day is an extraordinary moment for recalling the lasting power of a true love. The true love beyond red roses and gifts but also the obligation to tell your partner to always make informed life choices.

Therefore, this year’s Valentine’s Day, the people of Jambula Zone II in Bwaise were the beneficiaries of our true love campaign ‘Love Mu Kibanda’ aimed at promoting positive health choices among residents in slums.


This Valentine’s day, If it's not on, It's not safe. Katekeko!

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Valentine’s day in Uganda is largely a celebration of love where family, couples and partners use different gestures to express their affection for their loved ones. Often times, especially among couples and partners in sexual relationships, the different gestures translate into sexual activity.


2016 Peer Educators passed out!



Last Thursday night marked the official end of the 3rd annual Peer Educators’ Academy intensive training which was conducted at Victoria University in the heart of Kampala.

The closing ceremony, was held at Seven Trees Restaurant in Kololo, Kampala and was graced by Dr. Maggie Kigozi as the chief guest together with parents and participants both in the previous and current class.


The 2016 Peer Educators’ Academy kicks off


The year 2016 has started with us heading straight into one of our 2016 resolutions- a bigger and better Peer Educators’ Academy.

As you read this, over 50 young people between the ages of 15 - 24 years are going through an intensive and vigorous training on sexual reproductive health and rights at Victoria University where they are being equipped with comprehensive knowledge to become advocates of health lives for their peers.


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