Who We Are
Programme for Accessible health Communication and Education – PACE is an indigenous health-oriented non-governmental organization that implements interventions aligned with the Ministry of Health in the areas of HIV/TB-care and prevention, malaria and child survival, maternal and reproductive health, as well as water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH).
PACE‘s operations are decentralized, with the head office located in Kololo, Kampala, three regional offices and satellite office situated across the country.
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.
For over 10 years, PACE has directed community health response interventions across the country thus impacting the lives of people living in Uganda. We continued to implement with fidelity various health programs across the country with funding from the CDC, USAID, The Global Fund, Against Malaria Foundation and 4Life Solutions.
Under the LLIN Post Distribution Monitoring Projects, PACE prides in its national coverage as we monitor the net presence, use, and condition in the 214,269 beneficiary households over a 27-month period between August 2021 and July 2023, in the 68 districts where AMF funded nets were distributed under the Universal Coverage Campaign 2020/21. See the map below.