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PACE closes out the Positive Living Project (PLP)

26 September, 2016 The Ministry of Health in partnership with Programme for Accessible Health, Communication and Education (PACE) and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) implemented a ten-year Positive Living Project (PLP), which has proven that adoption of such positive lifestyles can greatly reduce opportunistic infections, delay HIV disease progression and improve quality …

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PACE brings the MSD for Ugandan Mothers (MUM) project to a close

October 21st 2016  More than 53,000 mothers have delivered safely in small, private-sector facilities over the last four years since the launch of the MSD for Ugandan Mothers (MUM) project. Through the MUM project, providers work to ensure that pregnant women—particularly those in remote and low-income communities—have access to affordable, quality maternal health products and …

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ULINZI: A condom for the Military

The Directorate for HIV and AIDS under the Uganda People’s Defense Force (UPDF) alongside the Program for Accessible health, Communication and Education (PACE) officially launched the Ulinzi condom this month. Ulinzi, which means “protection”, is a condom branded specifically for the soldiers in order to scale up HIV prevention amongst the military. The idea, conceived …

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Giving birth to my third child was not a nightmare

After giving birth to each of her first two children, 23-year-old Margaret Nabiddo would bleed uncontrollably. “I would bleed every day, for almost a month,” she says. Her third delivery was different. While she was pregnant with her third child, Margaret was given a comprehensive clean delivery kit during her last trimester. This maama kit, …

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PACE exhibits the solar sack at the Buganda environment week 2022

PACE was privileged to participate in the two days Buganda Environment week exhibition at Lubiri Mengo which ran under the global theme; “only one earth, focus on sustainably living with nature”. This event brought together different stakeholder involved crafting innovative solutions towards the use of sustainable energy to address increased climate change problems. We showcased …

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