CHANGING MINDSETS TO ACHIEVE LASTING SOLUTIONS

Work Focus

AHI-Uganda offers training for financial development among members in poor communities like Kasenyi Banda Slum, visits prisoners, refugees, homeless individuals, the poor elderly and the sick to give them hope, visits schools to campaign for behavior change and introduce ACC clubs(Abstinence Character Change Clubs) in those schools to be able to help the students better.




WOMEN

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CHILDREN

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CHILDREN

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How we work

The different AHI-Uganda teams carry out the following tasks, with the support of AHI partners, interns and volunteers; Mentorship programs, media outreaches, seminars, conferences, youth and, hope debates in local communities and schools, workshops, voluntary services, Behavior/Character change campaigns, bursaries, child sponsorship, youth development projects, peer education, community health mobilization, HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care, Peaceful living, Referrals, Peace education, Child advocacy and educative youth film shows.



Community/Social Mobilization

AHI-Uganda while implementing its programme/projects as a first step undertakes community mobilization in order to raise awareness in community on Behavior Change, peace, health and hygiene, importance of ABC+E=V3 approach in the community, gender related issues, socio-economic development, and birth registration. For this purpose AHI-Uganda management holds meetings with the community members, conducts training/capacity building sessions and also launched Behavior Change campaigns in Uganda and the ACC Clubs for the young people in schools.



Advocacy

AHI-Uganda advocacy is achieving better results in the field of social/economic/health/rural/Urban/community development, AHI-Uganda also believes in advocacy and therefore, the management has always strongly advocated for the issues related to AHI-Uganda. For achieving this objective, AHI-Uganda through its strong advocacy as approached the line departments of Government of Uganda, NGOs, CBOs, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), members of the community, notables and AHI-Uganda has always promoted the right based approach and supported the dialogue as an important tool for achieving the above mentioned objectives.