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PACE at the World Malaria Day Scientific Conference on 21 to 22 April, 2022

PACE Team at the 1st TB marathon in Uganda on 13 March, 2022 

An Adolescent girl from Dokolo District sharing her success story during the recent PACE Board- Ministry of Health engagement in Kampala. 

A PACE Project Officer facilitating a dialogue to address the barriers limit access to contraceptives among the youth in Dokolo district. 

PACE staff at the 7th Buganda Women’s convention

PACE - Interventions For Health Impact

PACE -Programme for Accessible health, Communication and Education is a local non-governmental organization that implements programs aligned to the ministry of health. PACE  is an innovative, efficient and impact-oriented organization that works towards realizing a community of Ugandans empowered to sustain healthy behavior, while significantly contributing to Ministry of Health (MoH) priority health areas including HIV/AIDS, malaria, WASH, child health and reproductive health.

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Our Programmes

Malaria Prevention & Treatment

Malaria remains one of Uganda’s biggest public health problems. PACE has for the last five years, worked with the Ministry of Health (MoH)

HIV Prevention, Care & Treatment

PACE is keen on reducing the number of new infections of HIV in Uganda. In 2014/15, there were 84000 new infections of HIV, down from 91000 new infections.

Reproductive Maternal Newborn Child & Adolescent Health

Maverick Collective Project was an expansion pilot implemented in partnership with the Ministry of Health. It was funded by Population Services International

Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH)

1 in 3 people globally don’t have access to safe drinking water. They have water, it just isn’t safe to drink. The water related illnesses near our projects include cholera, typhoid, dysentery and worms.

Our Progress/Impact



PACE Uganda participates in the 7th Buganda Women’s convention

PACE participated in the 7th Buganda Women’s convention (Ttabamiruka W’abakyala mu Buganda) held on 13th May 2022 in Lubiri Mengo ...
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PACE was privileged to participate in the two days Buganda Environment week exhibition at Lubiri Mengo which ran under the ...
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PACE -The World Malaria Day Scientific Conference

PACE participated the  two days World Malaria Day Scientific Conference held at Hotel African on 21 to 22 April, 2022 ...
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