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    AT UNYPA WE WORK ON IMPROVING THE LIVES OF YOUNG PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV

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Our Vision

“Positive and productive lives for all young people living and affected by HIV and AIDS”

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Our Mission

Our mission is to create an enabling Environment for all young people living and affected by HIV/AIDS to meaningfully participate equally in development of programmes that improve their livelihood.

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Our Core Values

UNYPA is committed to practicing what it teaches at both the team and individual levels. Consequently, we shall uphold the following values: Honesty Integrity Transparency Team work Collective responsibility

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About Us

At UNYPA We work to improve the lives of young people living with HIV/AIDS...

The Uganda Network of Young People Living with HIV/AIDS (UNYPA) is a direct member of the National Forum of People Living with HIV/AIDS (NAFOPHANU) with a membership of 50,000 young people living with HIV/AIDS in the country so far.

Nicholas Niwagaba Executive Director

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Get Up Speak Out (GUSO) is a 5 year (2016-2020) strategic partnership between the Netherlands MoFA and the GUSO consortium, builds on UFBR/ASK achievements and lessons learned.

PITCH is 4 years lobby and advocacy program that is implemented in partnership with NAFOPHANU and ICWEA in Uganda.

In Uganda, Link Up aims to reach 275,000 young people with integrated SRHR/HIV information and services through community based intervention and public private partnerships at facility level.

The mapping exercise is to systematically conduct a situation and needs assessment, policy analysis of the Young Persons Living with HIV/Aids in the three piloting districts of Iganga, Tororo and Bugiri.

Is a peer-led services support programme that helps individuals especially young men and women come to terms with an HIV diagnosis; manage complex treatment regimens and promote adhere; and build critical relationships and social connections.

The Access, Services and Knowledge programme has been developed under the Youth Empowerment Alliance and it aims to tackle the issues around the access to services related to sexual and reproductive health and rights.

The tool Kit is be used by young people especially the young positives, this document will help them acquire more knowledge on how to make decisions in life and also address their needs and concerns as young people living with HIV in Uganda.

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