East Africa

In Uganda where 1.4 million people are living with HIV, women are infected at twice the rate of men


In Uganda the country’s 2015/2016-2019/2020 prevention strategy identifies three objectives:

  • to increase adoption of safer sexual behaviours and reduction in risk behaviours
  • to scale up coverage and use of biomedical HIV prevention interventions (such as voluntary medical male circumcision and PrEP), delivered as part of integrated health care services
  • to mitigate underlying socio-cultural, gender and other factors that drive the HIV epidemic
RFHD Uganda Report

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The inception Program of the Rotary Family Health Days took place in Uganda in 2011

RFHA aims to serve 500,000 people annually across the globe

Core service are unique to each country's needs. Some require malaria nets, and others TB screenings. All sites have an HIV testing component.

Primary Partners in East Africa

  • Rotary Club of Kampala South
  • Rotary Community Corps (RCC)
  • two Rotaract Clubs Busitema University and Livingston University
  • Reproductive Health Uganda
  • Mothers Initiative Uganda
  • Agarwal Eye Clinic
  • FIDA Mbale
  • PKS Found