CEHURD has been known for broadening the scope of knowledge on health and human rights as this informs our advocacy, resource mobilisation, programming and interventions. Knowledge Management’s work therefore is embedded in and seeks to advance four of CEHURD’s strategic initiatives, that is:
- Creating a pool of knowledge resources to inform Advocacy and Litigation
- Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
- Use of generated knowledge to inform Resource mobilisation, Communications, Media engagement and visibility
- Use of community experiences to advance research, litigation and advocacy.
The Knowledge building program is interconnected with other programs at many levels and continually helps in shaping them.
- Knowledge Generation
- Curriculum and module development
- Capacity building
- Strategic communications
- Development of business models to sustain the health and reproductive rights movement
- Knowledge Management
- Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
Expected Programme Outcomes:
Strengthened institutional capacity in knowledge management
- Strengthened evidence-based health and human rights research and documentation informing advocacy
- Curriculum, models and learning materials developed and used by CEHURD and its partners to build capacities on the right to health
- Increased use of generated information to inform program design, operations, learning and resource mobilization by CEHURD and its partners
- Increased voice, visibility and perspectives of CEHURD priority constituencies-women and girls, children and youth, sexual minorities, persons with disabilities, ethnic minorities, people living with HIV/AIDS and TB, elderly and survivors of violence, torture and conflict
- CEHURD effectively positioned as a field learner and Centre of excellence on Health and Human Rights in Uganda, Africa and internationally
- PROGRAMME BRIEF .
- GOAL To transform into a research and training centre of Excellence on Health and Human Rights in Uganda, Africa and the Global South.
- OBJECTIVE To enhance institutional and programmatic growth through knowledge management.
- PROGRAMME LEAD Christopher Baguma
- CONTACT firstname.lastname@example.org
- Category CEHURD Programs