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HIV/AIDS, Maternal and Palliative Health Care Program (HAMPHP) Activities HIV/AIDS, Maternal and Palliative Health Care Program (HAMPHP) Activities

HIV/AIDS, Maternal and Palliative Health Care Program (HAMPHP)

HIV/AIDS, Maternal and Palliative Health Care Program (HAMPHP) Maternal Health Care.
Addressing inequalities that affect health outcomes, especially sexual and reproductive health, rights and gender, high-quality maternity care, for their health during pregnancy, childbirth and postnatal period. It is critical to expand efforts reducing maternal injury and disability to promote health and well-being reason being that every pregnancy and birth is unique.
HIV/AIDS Health Care
The prevalence of HIV among adults aged 15 to 64 in Uganda is 6.2%: 7.6% among females and 4.7% among males. This corresponds to approximately 1.2 million people aged 15 to 64 living with HIV in Uganda. HIV prevalence is higher among women living in urban areas (9.8%) than those in rural areas (6.7%).
Palliative Health Care.
In Uganda, the current population of older persons is estimated at 1.6 million (5% of the population) and it is expected to increase to 5.5 million in 2050 (UBOS and ICF International 2012). Where an older person lives alone in a household but need specialized medical care for people living with a serious illness that focuses on providing relief from the symptoms and stress of the illness to improve on the quality of life for both their lives and the family.

Activities under this Programme


This Program activities are still being worked on and will be available very soon
Thank you.