Health Promotion and Rights Watch

Health Promotion and Rights Watch

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The right to health is an inclusive right, extending not only to timely and appropriate health care, but also to the underlying determinants of health, such as access to safe and potable water and adequate sanitation, healthy occupational and environmental conditions, and access to health-related education and information, including on sexual and reproductive health

HPRW-U is an NGO that aims at strengthening health systems with strong emphasis on Reproductive Health,Menstrual Hygiene Management,Guidance&Counseling.

Operating as usual

Photos from Health Promotion and Rights Watch's post 10/03/2022

Countless older persons have the responsibility of caring for orphaned grandchildren who have lost their parents to diseases and many live in chronic ill health that limit their ability to lead independent lives and participate in their local communities.

Photos from Health Promotion and Rights Watch's post 08/03/2022

On this we are happy to build the nation through empowering the young generation through because .
We appreciate the management of princess Diana High school for allowing us to talk to their students. Remember



VOW for Girls
Girls Not Brides
World Vision Uganda.

Photos from Health Promotion and Rights Watch's post 07/03/2022

We believe in
We are delighted to touch on the basic health challenges of older persons through prevention.
And things like washing soap, toothpaste and toothbrush are very important.
In this we will have our celebrations with the olderpersons in the slums of Makindye division Kampala Uganda
Incase you wish to support any cause get in touch with us.
Plan International
UN Women

31/01/2022

When we embrace Education for all children, we are directly contributing towards National Development.
Make Education Possible.
Promotion Health for All.

Photos from Girls Not Brides - Uganda National Alliance's post 31/01/2022

We are Advancing Health And Dignity.

Photos from Health Promotion and Rights Watch's post 30/01/2022

Serving Humanity and promoting good Health is our purpose.
Many times Albinos are discriminated and harassed because of their skin difference.
Today we held a Meeting with the Albino community in Nakivale Refugee Settlement where we supported over 50 Albino children, teenagers and parents with different items including; Sun-Glasses, soap, sanitary pads for the adolescent girls, plates and scholastic materials.
We understand the impact this has created and we believe that we can still do much more because the need is so much.
We appreciate everyone that has made this possible.
Because Life is good when we touch Lives of others.
Team
Your Health is Your Wealth:

Photos from Health Promotion and Rights Watch's post 06/01/2022

The importance of girls’ education ensures inclusive and quality schooling for all students. Elevating the level of girls education is vital to improving the lives of girls and people everywhere.Better female educ is correlated with lower rates of poverty and improved health.

31/12/2021
23/12/2021

Tis the season to be jolly!
Health Promotion and Rights Watch_Uganda Wishes you and your family health, happiness, peace and prosperity this Christmas and in the coming New Year

20/12/2021

Climate change is already impacting health in a myriad of ways, including by leading to death and illness from increasingly frequent extreme weather events, such as heatwaves, storms and floods, the disruption of food systems, increases in zoonoses and food-, water- and vector-borne diseases, and mental health issues. Furthermore, climate change is undermining many of the social determinants for good health, such as livelihoods, equality and access to health care and social support structures. These climate-sensitive health risks are disproportionately felt by the most vulnerable and disadvantaged, including women, children, ethnic minorities, poor communities, migrants or displaced persons, older populations, and those with underlying health conditions.

10/12/2021

Health Promotion and Rights Watch promotes the idea of people centred care it is the embodiment of human rights in the practice of care.
When people are marginalized or face stigma or discrimination, their physical and mental health suffers. Discrimination in health care is unacceptable and is a major barrier to development.
But when people are given the opportunity to be active participants in their own care, instead of passive recipients, their human rights respected, the outcomes are better and health systems become more efficient.


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We are happy to be part of this important 10th ANTI- CORRUPTION convention that comes to create an interface between rights holders & duty bearers on corruption issues and to provide a platform for citizens to share transparency and accountability violations with duty bearers.

05/12/2021

Decreasing violence against women and girls requires a community-based, multi-pronged approach, and sustained engagement with multiple stakeholders. The most effective initiatives address underlying risk factors for violence, including social norms regarding gender roles and the acceptability of Violence
Health Promotion and Rights Watch is committed to addressing gender-based violence through investment, learning, and collaboration with stakeholders around the country.

05/12/2021

Before COVID-19, a different pandemic was already threatening the lives and well-being of people around the world: violence against women, impacting at least 1 in 3 women and girls.

From the early days of the COVID lockdowns, women’s organizations noted a significant increase in reported cases of violence against women. But comprehensive data collection on the issue was difficult, because of the sensitivity, stigma and shame around the subject as well as constraints imposed by the pandemic.

04/12/2021

In the way we deal with stress,mental health plays a vital role. A healthy mental state will help you take advantage of your everyday ability to succeed. Health Promotion and Rights Watch is aimed at raising awareness of mental health conditions and remember mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of, but stigma and bias shame us all.

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We are proud to join other partners in Nakasongola district as we continue to

We know that when we work together we archive alot together.
Thank you
Girls Not Brides - Uganda National Alliance
Hope Nankunda
JOY FOR CHILDREN -UGANDA
World Vision Uganda.

Photos from Health Promotion and Rights Watch's post 27/11/2021

On a count down to the in Nakasongola district Central Uganda we are joining other partners to and during the
JOY FOR CHILDREN -UGANDA
World Vision Uganda.
Hope Nankunda
Ministry of Health- Uganda

Photos from Health Promotion and Rights Watch's post 26/11/2021

As the world is on the fight to , We joined other CSOs in Mbarara district to launch the
We believe that together we can fight this habit as it is heath hazard.
Let us together
Ministry of Health- Uganda
Girls Not Brides - Uganda National Alliance
JOY FOR CHILDREN -UGANDA

09/11/2021

It is our collective responsibility to ensure that water, sanitation and hygiene systems are accessible to the women with disabilities.

07/11/2021

Water, sanitation and hygiene systems are essential to everyone!

05/11/2021

Maria and her baby fall sick due to poor hygiene..

03/11/2021

Maria goes back to her house to attend to her baby who needs to breast feed, with out washing her hands.

02/11/2021

Imagine Maria, a disabled mother to a 3 months old baby, going to the latrine with bare hands, failing to access clean water to wash after.


12/10/2021

As we continue to celebrate the day of girl child, we need to not that Accurate data and strong information systems are critical to advancements in public health.
Timely, high-quality data uncover inequities in health outcomes and enable decision makers to identify girl childs unmet needs. Strong information systems also help policymakers know
how and where to invest in health facilities, personnel, vaccines and other supplies

Digital platforms enables Parents to get success stories to encourage the girl child in health practices

Digital platforms increase the scope of knowledge for the girl child in understanding their health.

11/10/2021

Digital platforms help the girl child to get equality in health care services since in rural areas certain things are restricted due to cultural norms

Digital platforms create confidence among the girl child since, they find peers who feel the same way they feel or have had similar experiences health wise

Digital platforms are more interactive and educating about the girl child health .

Let us embrace the digital generation and promote for health for the girl child.

11/10/2021

Digital platforms help the girl child to get equality in health care services since in rural areas certain things are restricted due to cultural norms

Digital platforms create confidence among the girl child since, they find peers who feel the same way they feel or have had similar experiences health wise

Digital platforms are more interactive and educating about the girl child health .

Let us embrace the digital generation and promote for health for the girl child.

02/08/2021

24/06/2021

Wear it not only for yourself but for others.

24/06/2021

As we observe the SOPs, let us keep the Faith, we shall overcome this!

08/03/2021

On this we at Health Promotion and Rights Watch Health Promotion and Rights Watch Uganda we choose to celebrate not only Africa but the world fully aware of it's health rights.
Happy women's day from Uganda to Africa and the world
Clinton Foundation Raising Teenagers-Uganda Girls Not Brides Girls Not Brides Uganda; THE UGANDA ALLIANCE TO END CHILD MARRIAGE UN Women Plan International Uganda World Vision Uganda. TPO Uganda JOY FOR CHILDREN -UGANDA Sex Rights Africa Network Uganda Network of AIDS Service Organisations Uganda Network of Young People Living with HIV NBS Television NTV Uganda Reproductive Health Uganda AFRIpads AFRIpads Foundation African Women's Development Fund

06/03/2021
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And yes our God never sleeps
In partnership with National women's council and UN Women we are set to donate maama kits, washing soap, powder, basins,sugar and baby's dippers to the women in Wakiso Kayunga and Mpigi districts
For we know these are essential in safe delivery of our babies.
We call upon all willing and able people to join us and save our mothers

Girls Not Brides
TPO Uganda
Plan International
World Vision Uganda.
Raising Teenagers-Uganda
Center for Health, Human rights and Development
Girls Not Brides Uganda; THE UGANDA ALLIANCE TO END CHILD MARRIAGE
Vow for Girls
Reproductive Health Uganda
AHF Uganda Cares

Photos from Health Promotion and Rights Watch's post 03/03/2021

Health Promotion and Rights Watch Uganda we take health promotion and awareness very important factors of a healthy society and that's why today we are in Busega with UN Women to mobilize the community for blood donation
This is inline with celebrations of the international women's day

02/03/2021

Caption it

Photos from Health Promotion and Rights Watch's post 01/03/2021

We are already in the international women's day week as scheduled we are at the constitutional square with UN Women and @national women's council with the help of Nakasero blood bank
As we promote women of the world for better health, let's donate blood

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Kampala

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Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
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Kazo
Kampala, 34514-KAMPALA

Kazo international community volunteering program (KICVOP) is an organization located on the outskirts of Kampala. KICVOP is a community development organisation that works to help improve the lives of the community members.

St. Nicholas Uganda Children's Fund St. Nicholas Uganda Children's Fund
Kampala, <>

The St. Nicholas Uganda Children's Fund provides for the education, health, and welfare of Ugandan children, teens, and young adults.

Youth Sport Uganda - YSU Youth Sport Uganda - YSU
Plot 1420, Ni**od Einson Road, Kitintale
Kampala, 256

YSU is a sports for development organization established in 2006 with a mission to offer education, health and life skills opportunities to vulnerable youth in Uganda through harnessing the power of sports.

Run Dental Clinic Run Dental Clinic
Akamwesi Shopping Mall, 2nd Floor Gayaza Road
Kampala, 0000

We offer dental health care services to individuals while boosting government efforts in creating awareness through oral health education in communities in partnership with the Ministry of Health and other stakeholders.

Another Life International Another Life International
P.O BOX 30811
Kampala, 00256

Another Life International has a vision to see Individuals, Families and Communities empowered to transform their lives – flourishing in the things of God and in life.

Equator Scout Group Equator Scout Group
Bombo Road
Kampala, 256

Equator Scout.P.O. Box 101Kampala, UgandaEast Africa

Teachers+256 Teachers+256
30148
Kampala, 0256

African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies
Kampala

ACJPS is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation working to monitor and promote respect for human rights and legal reform in Sudan

Child upraising care for orphanage Uganda Child upraising care for orphanage Uganda
Kampala

Coordinator seeking for sponsorship for orphanage

Bukat children orphanage centre Bukat children orphanage centre
Mpigi
Kampala

we are currently in need of the following.sewing machine , computers, welding machine, carpentry equipments, shoes making machines , clothes for orphanages

Deen relief in Uganda Deen relief in Uganda
Kampala

To help the needy,phans and beneficiaries in Uganda