16 mothers die everyday due to pregnancy related complications in Uganda. No mother should die giving a life!
Dont criminalize HIV transmission
Clause 41 of the HIV Prevention and Control Bill 2010 criminalizes "intentional" transmission of HIV. This is an inappropriate use of the law.
Creative Commons Uganda: Sharing is Caring
CC initiatives are aimed at facilitating sharing of knowledge and creativity with the world. CC affiliates in Uganda have developed tools that support and steward legal and technical infrastructure that maximizes digital creativity, sharing of art, and innovation.
By Matthias Heilke (Intern CEHURD, 2014) A Chinese quarrying company, China Communications Construction Company (C.C.C.C), has deprived two villages in Mukono District, Bamutakudde and Kiryamuli […]Read More
Today July 4, 2014, the High court of Uganda will give its ruling in the miscellaneous application filed by the Center for Health Human Rights […]Read More
By Joan Kabayambi: A global report released this month (May 2014) reveals that maternal deaths have declined by 45% since 1990. There were 523,000 deaths […]Read More
Center for Health, Human Rights and Development (CEHURD) is an indigenous, non-profit, research and advocacy organization which is pioneering the enforcement of human rights and the justiciability of the right to health in Eastern Africa.
To realize social justice in public health systems in East Africa.
To work towards an effective, equitable, people-centered health system and ensure the full realization of the right to health and promote respect for human rights
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High court judge set to visit Nakaseke Hospital 2mrow in a case filed by #CEHURD over the death of a mother at the hands of negligent medics15 July 2014 at 7:40 PM