KAMPALA – UN Uganda’s Bulletin Vol 36 detailing what the organisation has been doing in different communities in is out.
This 36th edition highlights the work of UN, Government and partners and how they are changing lives in communities through different interventions.
The edition also shows European Union, UN four-year $42.4 million Spotlight Initiative signed to support Government efforts to eliminate violence against women and girls by 2030.
Other highlights include;
- UN Uganda supporting Governments of Uganda and Kenya, through a new cross-border programme in Turkana, West-Pokot of Kenya and Karamoja – Uganda
- Government of Uganda and partners invest resources to strengthen Ebola preparedness and readiness
- Ministry of Health and UNICEF’s FamilyConnect, a mobile phone-based tool reaching more pregnant and lactating women with maternal health-related messages.
- UN Women’s communication initiative empowering women refugees and host communities to document their priority needs
- UNCDF START facility providing affordable medium-term finance for Small Medium Enterprises
- FAO trains Health surveillance officers to reinforce Uganda’s national animal disease surveillance of zoonotic diseases.
- South Sudanese refugee uses his time in Uganda to promote a movement to conserve the environment
- The Kampala Capital City Authority’s Fast-Track Cities project accelerating the HIV response in Kampala City
- UNICEF’s newborn kits are encouraging more mothers to deliver from health facilities in the Karamoja sub-region
- IOM Uganda’s Migration Health Assessment Centre hosts stakeholders and experts on tuberculosis for a practicum on state-of-the-art TB testing.
- UNDP Uganda gets a new Resident Representative
- News Briefs UN Uganda Bulletin Vol 36 1
Click here to read full UN Uganda Bulletin Vol 36 19 June 2019