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TB COMMUNITY SCREENING

NACWOLA Increases TB Case Notification Through Community Screening.

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TB PROJECT

With emphasis of community engagement particularly in slums, community response to TB detection and notification has been highly embraced by the community.

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FIGHT AGAINST AIDS / HIV

NACWOLA has over the time incorporated gender issues
to bring on board men in addressing issues that affect
women and children. Currently NACWOLA has a total of
500,000 registered members.

Our Background

Brief about Nacwola

The National Community of women living with HIV in Uganda (NACWOLA) was established in 1992, as an organization by and for women living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda. WLH A network was founded to address the desperate lack of information available to HIV positive women.

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Our Vision

A healthy and empowered community of women, girls and men living with HIV/AIDS and their families.


Our Mission

NACWOLA promotespositive living for women, Adolescents and men living with HIV/TB in Uganda through

Our Programs

HEALTH

NACWOLA in Uganda operates through 6 regional offices based in Arua for West Nile, Kasese for western region, Lira for North, Namutumba for Eastern region and Kampala for central region.…read more

LIVELIHOOD

Access to improved income and good nutrition can delay the progression of HIV to AIDS, prevent opportunistic infections and influence the success of antiretroviral therapy (ART)..read more

HIV/AIDS PREVENTION & CARE

NACWOLA has been implementing Prevention of HIV /AIDS among MARP around 16 districts in the regions around lake Kyoga and Victoria using football as a model…read more

GENDER EQUALITY & EMPOWERMENT 

A Voice off a GBV survivor to service providers has always contributed to that change we see today.
NACWOLA still empowers women through this strategy..read more

Raise awareness on HIV/AIDS

NACWOLA has focused on advocacy to raise awareness on HIV/AIDS

NACWOLA has over the time incorporated gender issues to bring on board men in addressing issues that affect women and children. Currently NACWOLA has a total of 500,000 registered members with the aim of creating a platform to end HIV and AIDS…

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