Uganda

PATH has partnered with Uganda’s government since 2002 to introduce tools to prevent and detect cancer, offer women new contraceptive choices, get more vaccines to more children, and craft policies that lay the foundation for health for every Ugandan.

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Plot 17, Golf Course Road
Kololo
Kampala, Uganda

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PO Box 7404
Kampala
Uganda

Phone: 256.312.393.200

Our Work
26 Articles
26 Articles
26 Articles
  1. Phiona Nakabuye (left), a village health worker trained by PATH's Sayana® Press pilot program, with Carol Nabisere (right), age 18, who chose to receive Sayana® Press after being counseled in the various forms of contraception. Uganda. PATH/Will Boase.
    May 29, 2019

    Three shocking inequities in women’s health—and what we’re doing to change them

    Advances in medicine are improving women’s health worldwide, but the inequities between different countries, communities, and peoples remains outrageous and immoral. Learn how PATH is closing the gaps.

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    May 22, 2019

    Supporting safe water, sanitation, and hygiene in health care facilities

    A critical part of preventing infections, stopping the spread of drug resistance, and achieving universal health coverage.

  3. An expectant mother receives prenatal care at a clinic in South Africa. The vast majority of health services worldwide are delivered at the primary health care level. Photo: PATH/Charles Meadows.
    May 21, 2019

    More than milestones: marching hand-in-hand toward universal health coverage

    This week, as world leaders gather in Geneva for the World Health Assembly, universal health coveragea goal the world has set to achieve by 2030will be a major focus. PATH advocate Brian Atuhaire shares why moments like this are more than just milestones.

  4. Advocacy Learning Lab: Decentralization photo 2_ Guy Bokongo
    April 1, 2019

    Strengthening health advocacy in Africa: Learning Lab draws participants from 7 countries

    The PATH-convened Learning Lab in Nairobi explored the evolving landscape of health advocacy in countries with differing political structures.

  5. An expectant mother prenatal care at a clinic in South Africa. The vast majority of health services worldwide are delivered at the primary healthcare level.
    December 12, 2018

    Will 2019 be a boom or bust year for the global universal health care movement?

    The obstacles are still many, but there are several encouraging signs.

  6. October 30, 2018

    The hidden problem that drives 100 million people into poverty

    Noncommunicable diseases are the leading cause of death worldwide, but they also have catastrophic economic impact. Here are three stories of people whose lives have been affected by these diseases and the opportunity we have to ensure that everyone has access to the care they need.

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