This report constitutes the latest, most comprehensive national HIV and AIDS information for Uganda. Information is wide ranging and includes data on HIV-related knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours, patient care, and biomarker indicators. The survey results demonstrate both the strengths and challenges of Uganda’s response. Furthermore, the results demonstrate indisputably that HIV infection remains a significant health problem for Uganda; for this reason, the report should serve as a call to action for all stakeholders.
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.
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.
Last updated: December 04, 2014