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November 13, 2014
This document is a combined file containing reference materials that are essential points of reference for the Karamoja Integrated Program. To access a particular document, please copy the document name, for instance "DO3 Results Framework", press the search button, paste the document name in the search box and press enter. This will directly take you to the actual document of interest within the file. 
 
The documents within this file include the following:
 
Attachment 1 -MJAP/REACH-U End of Project Report, August 2009-August 2014;
Attachment A -DO3 Results Framework;
Attachment B -List of Mandatory DO3 Health & HIV Indicators;
Attachment C -District Supply Chain Management Strengthening Package;
Attachment D -Quality Management District Support Package;
Attachment E -Health Sector Strategic Investment Plan Final;
Attachment F -Continuum of Response;
Attachment G -FY13 RWANU Annual Review Report;
Attachment H -GHG Quarterly Report  Mercy Corps (April- June 2014);
April 11, 2014
The 2011 Uganda Demographic and Health Survey (2011 UDHS) was designed as a follow-up to the 1988/89, 1995, 2000-01, and 2006 Uganda DHS surveys. The main objective of the 2011 UDHS was to obtain current statistical data on the Ugandan population’s demographic characteristics, family planning efforts, maternal mortality, and infant and child  mortality.
 
April 11, 2014

The RNMCH sharpened plan is for advocacy, resource mobilisation and prioritisation of high impact interventions to accelerate progress towards achieving MDG 4 and 5 targets. The plan also defines five strategic shifts to avoid business as usual. It places a strong emphasis on strengthening accountability and monitoring mechanisms as well as partnerships for social mobilization, funding and technical assistance. It is not meant to replace the existing Road Map for reduction of maternal mortality and the Child Survival Strategy but to catalyses them.

April 11, 2014

The Uganda National Development Plan covers the fiscal period 2010/11 to 2014/15. It aims to address structural bottlenecks in the economy to accelerate socioeconomic transformation and bring a portion of the third of the population out of poverty. The plan stipulates the Country's medium term strategic direction, development priorities and implementation strategies. In addition, it details Uganda's current development status, challenges and opportunities.

Dr. Bemera guides Amb. DeLisi (2nd left) and his Swedish counterpart Urban Andersson (3rd right) around his clinic.
April 10, 2014

U.S. Ambassador Scott DeLisi and Swedish Ambassador Urban Andersson visited the Rhona Medical Center in Kansanga last week. The medical center is one of 45 small and medium size private health providers that have received loans under a joint Sweden-U.S. loan program to enhance availability of credit to the private sector. 

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