Programme for Accessible health Communication and Education – PACE is a local health-oriented non-governmental organisation that implements interventions aligned with the Ministry of Health in the areas of HIV/AIDS-care and prevention, malaria and child survival, maternal and reproductive health, as well as access to safe water.
Formerly PSI Uganda, PACE was re-branded in 2009 to strengthen the implementation of health interventions in the local Ugandan context. We still are an active and vibrant member of the PSI worldwide network.
The organisation’s operations are decentralised, with the head office located in Kampala and four regional offices situated across the country. Each regional office is led by a Regional Head who oversees approximately 15 staff members working under one of the following four functional areas: Health Services (Reproductive Health & Child Survival), Communications, Sales and Finance and Administration.
PACE builds partnerships and works in collaboration with the Government of Uganda, implementing partners of the Ministry of Health, district local governments as well as with national and community-based organizations (CBOs) to implement its programmes.