PHI’s Health Education program focuses at increasing accurate information about HIV prevention, sexual reproductive health, maternal mortality and morbidity and teenage girls, drug and substance abuse information among youth aged 15years and 30 and their communities. PHI employees youth friendly approaches that disseminate information to the youth in a fun style. These include Music, dance and drama, health talks, health camps, youth dialogues, debates, poems, quiz, storytelling and essay writing competitions. The program targets youth in schools and out of school first in Wakiso district and other rural districts of Uganda. Youth are formed in Peer Health clubs and given materials in form of books, pamphlets and other IEC materials to continue integrating health messages in their clubs. The programs also inform and encourage access to counseling and testing, and provide meaningful access to adolescent care, treatment, and other health services.

  • Re-Useable sanitary pads
  • Medical supplies
  • App Development
  • Logic die principle
  • Savings schemes
  • Seed projects