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The Together We Speak Civicus Annual Campaign

On 18th November, Key Populations Uganda with organised a dialogue with refugees youths tackling the Sustainable Development Goal 16 Creating harmonization among youths with refugees counter parts , under the CIVICUS World Alliance #TogetherWeSpeak campaign. Starting. The dialogue enabled sharing experiences from youths especially the refugees youths from Congo and South Sudan, about their experiences,…

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Key Populations Uganda Annual Community Dialogue

Through the community Dialogue we held at our office premises, LGBTIQ youths focused to sharing experiences on to Sexual Reproductive Health issues, rates of sexually-transmitted infections are increasing and these infections disproportionately burden LGBTQ people. In addition, transgender women continue to face high discrimination, from the experiences shared, Sex worker’s shared no far from the…

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United Nations Population Fund Regional Youth Consultation

During the United Nations Population Fund – ESARO Regional Youth Consultation that happened in Johannesburg, South Africa, Key Populations Uganda team leader Ivan represented KPU being a youth led Organization and having him as an expert in Sexual Reproductive Health Rights. His role included: (i) Co-defining Youth-Led Accountability and what it means for activism in…

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Why Key Populations Uganda Participated In A Fundraising Event -Importance

It was a successful Fundraising Event but with obstacles at the same time , here is how think of how this fundraising was important to the hosting and Organizing partners. This Fundraising forced KP Uganda as an Organization to take a step back and think about how we are going to accomplish the set projects,…

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Community Dialogue For Young KPs For Their Needs Assessment

The Young KPs gathered in for a community dialogue Organized by Key Population Uganda and supported by the Reach Out Mbuya Community based organization, that is doing all it can serving the most at risk populations and providing HIV/AIDS Care to the KPs living positively.The mayor needs raised were the need for regular check ups…

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Reducing risk of getting HIV

Key Populations Uganda in collaboration with Kuchushiners Uganda will be hosting a valentines day fundraising event, where the proceeds from the event will cater for the young LGBTIQ taking on skilling from institutes and rejuvenating the already dilapidated Kuchu home housing those rejected by their parents, and the homeless youths due to their sexuality, here…

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Key Points About HIV/AIDS Transmission

HIV is spread only in certain body fluids from a person infected with HIV. These fluids are blood, semen, pre-seminal fluids, rectal fluids, vaginal fluids, and breast milk. HIV is spread mainly by having sex or sharing injection drug equipment, such as needles, with someone who has HIV. To reduce your risk of HIV infection,…

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