Local Non-Governmental Partnerships for sustained country leadership in Uganda under PEPFAR/CDC (Local Capacity Initiative Project)

This project focuses on building Advocacy Capacity for Civil Society Organizations to increase access to HIV and AIDS services by Most at Risk populations.

The LCI Project is implemented by THETA-Uganda (as a lead partner) in collaboration with MNL and AGHA Uganda since 1st April 2015. The project is funded by PEPFAR through supported through Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The project overall goal is to increase access to and uptake of HIV/AIDS services by the most at risk populations (MARPs) through; strengthening local advocacy capacity of MARPs civil society Organisations (CSOs), strengthening community health systems of selected public health service delivery points (SDPs) in order to make them more MARP-friendly as well as the advancement of policy level initiatives that address stigma and discrimination in an effort to further create an enabling environment for health services uptake targeting populations most at risk.

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