Articles

Sexual Reproductive Health

Empowering Key populations through skilling.

“Key populations and AGYW born in extreme poverty and discriminated are likely to be more vulnerable, and unable to attain equitable education, among other consequences.” – Kainembabazi Mackline, Peer Educator Kasese Women’s Health Support Initiative (KWHSI).

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Human Rights awareness

Why Advocacy is key in causing change.

For many years, women’s rights have been given less attention in society, this has been majorly caused by society’s perception and attitudes towards the status of women in society.

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Sexual Reproductive Health

The Importance of giving psychosocial Therapy to clients.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), HIV infection affects all dimensions of a person’s life: physical, psychological, social and spiritual. Counselling and social support can help people and their care givers cope more effectively with each stage of the infection and enhances quality of life

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Sex Workers have rights too.

Sex workers continue to face criminalization, violence, discrimination and other forms of human rights violations which increase their risk of acquiring HIV. Sex workers—female, male

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Human Rights awareness

The importance of Inclusion.

Sexual and reproductive health (SRH) affects, and is affected by the intersectionality of people’s personal experiences and relationships and by the broader structural context of their lives which shapes their overall health and well-being

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