Projects

Project: Awareness creation, mitigation and management of HIV/AIDS and other social safeguard risks on Bumbobi – Lwakhakha Road Eastern Uganda (44.5 km).

Start Period: JUL 2017

End Period: JUN 2019

Donor: Government of Uganda  (UNRA)

Stage: Completed

Project Summary

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Project: Better Outcomes for the Children and Youth in Northern and Eastern Uganda (BOCY)

Start Period: JAN 2016

End Period: SEP 2020

Donor: USAID – WEI/BANTWANA

Stage: Completed

Project Summary

10,072 beneficiaries from 1600 households were enrolled into Better Outcomes project. The interventions included home visits, VSLA, OVC plus, group based education focused on economic empowerment of the beneficiaries, systems strengthening and case management. 


 

Project: Strengthening HIV & AIDS and GBV Mainstreaming in the 71 Post Primary Education and Training Institutions

Start Period: JAN 2012

End Period:  JUN 2014

Donor:  Government of Uganda (MoES)

Stage: Completed

Project Summary


 

Project: Strengthening community HIV prevention, treatment, care and support services in Uganda

Start Period: JAN 2011

End Period: SEP 2015

Donor: Civil Society Fund

Stage: Completed

Project Summary

The project reached 375,411 individuals with Behavior change communication (BCC), 1,302,342 with GBV screening services, 334,413 with HTS services, 139,485 women with EMTCT services, provided SMC services to 11,702 males, distributed 14,041,425 condoms and 558,026 pieces of IEC materials, 6,295 individuals were enrolled into HIV care at the Regional Centres and 5780 clients were referred. 36 children were identified for pediatric ART and the capacity of 417 individuals was built to provide the different services to the population.

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Project: Global fund Health Systems Strengthening (HSS)

Start Period: APR 2016

End Period: DEC 2017

Donor: Global Fund – TASO

Stage: Completed

Project Summary

5,067 Para-social Workers and 1,002 Male Champions of Gender Equality were trained.  The 28 CBO leaders from 14 CBOs were recommended for Seed Granting for Capacity assessment and  placed at TASO Gulu for Experiential learning for a period of five days to help bridge the gaps between Theory and practice, build confidence, prepare them for concept development and implementation. The 14 CBOs were supported to develop institutional manuals (Finance, HR, Board Policies, etc) following capacity development. AIC and TASO developed a guide for Concept Proposals for increasing community awareness to create demand and promoting social accountability across Health service delivery issues (HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria including RMNCAH), rights and gender issues.


 

Project:Global Fund HIV/TB Grant

Start Period: APR

End Date: DEC 2017

Donor: Global Fund – TASO

Stage: Completed

Project Summary

Identified and trained 35 successfully treated MDR TB patients at the hospital treatment sites to support adherence and patient follow up of other MDR patients.  The 35 expert MDR patients include Arua-5, Gulu-5, Kitgum-5 {Additional 20 Participants: 10 from UDHA; Iganga-5, Mbale-5 & 10 from KADO; Soroti-5, Lira-5. Identified and trained 15 additional expert MDR patients from Arua, Gulu and Kitgum MDR sites. Facilitated the 30 successfully treated MDR patients that supported other MDR patients and submitted reports.


 

Project: Regional Health Integration to Enhance services in Southwestern Uganda (RHITES-SW ) – KABALE

Start Period: JUL 2016

End Period: SEP 2020

Donor: USAID – EGPAF

Stage: Completed

Project Summary

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Project: TrackTB

Start Period: FEB 2013

End Period: DEC 2018

Donor: USAID – Management Science for Health (MSH)

Stage: Completed

Project Summary

1,401 new TB patients were registered, with accumulated number of 10,444 TB patients. 8,533 active TB clients were registered, of which 8,091 were enrolled on Direct Observed Treatment (DOTs). A total of 5,496 contacts were investigated and screened for TB, of which 13.7% TB patients were identified.  A total of 1322 index TB cases were contact traced, where 5,496 contacts were reached. Overall 106 TB cases were confirmed from the contact yielding 1,928 TB cases per 100,000 population among the contacts about 8-fold the prevalent in the general population. Contact investigation has contributed 6% of the total TB cases during the project lifespan.