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Whats New in the Country’s Operational Plan.

Whats New in the Country’s Operational Plan

Last week on Thursday 21st February 2019, our Executive Director Nicholas Niwagaba together with other fellow CSO representatives had a one on one meet up opportunity with USA Ambassador HE. Deborah Malac , USAID and the PEPFAR country representative Amy Cunninghama. They were able to push issues concerning the different communities and what people except to see in the new country operational plan for Uganda 2019. We’re hoping for fruitful results as we proceed for the Regional COP Meeting in South Africa next week.

In the same spirit , a team that will be representing CSOs of Uganda had a meeting yesterday with the Minister of Health Hon. Dr Ruth Achieng to present the People COP and, later agreed on priorities to push for the COP19 discussions in South Africa.

This morning at Protea Hotel, the Civil Society launched the famous People Cop Uganda. This a hand book with priority issues people want to see in COP19.

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Uganda Network of young people living with HIV & AIDS started in 2003 to provide leadership and coordinate the greater and meaningful involvement and participation of YPLHIV in Uganda in the national, regional and global HIV and AIDS response. UNYPA advocates improving the quality of life of young people living with HIV in Uganda and as a network. UNYPA is driven by the needs of young people living with HIV and implements an evidence informed national programme and advocacy for YPLHIV to lead healthy and productive lives. The elements of UNYPA’s national programme and advocacy include promoting universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care, and support; fighting stigma and discrimination against young people living with HIV; and, promoting the greater involvement of young people living with HIV in the national HIV response.