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The Global Financing Facility in Uganda: A Brief Summary

This factsheet focuses on the Global Financing Facility (GFF) in Uganda. Wemos’ factsheet on the GFF explains the general functioning of this health financing model supporting countries in reproductive, maternal, neonatal, child, and adolescent health and nutrition (RMNCAH+N). Uganda was selec...

The Parliamentary Motion on Maternal Health 15th December 2011

On 15 December 2011, the Parliament of Uganda adopted a landmark motion urging Government to address the country’s alarming rate of maternal deaths and, among other things, consider compensating the families of victims.

Understanding the Law and Policy on safe abortion in Uganda: 5 Quick Steps

This document was developed to guide health service providers by the lawyers of the Legal Support Network (LSN). The Network brings together lawyers that provide pro bono legal services to health service providers caught up in the criminal justice system for providing abortion related services. ...

Why Use Creative Commons Licences in Uganda

The Licences are key tools in enabling Uganda achieve universal access to knowledge goods such as access to information for health, education or literacy. This is because the producers of knowledge goods, who are mostly advanced economies, are increasingly expanding an intellectual property right...