How to improve the sexual and reproductive health rights landscape in Uganda? That is the main question behind this 4-year, ISS-research project.
This short animation presents the project's impressive successes to date.
Now in its final year, the Strengthening Education and Training Capacity in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Uganda (SET-SRHR) project led by Dr Auma Okwany from the International Institute of Social Studies has achieved many of its stated aims.
This short animation highlights the projects approach and successes to date.
About the project
The overarching objective of the Strengthening Education and Training Capacity in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Uganda (SET-SRHR) is to address gaps and weaknesses in the SRHR landscape in Uganda. The project hopes to achieve this through human resource development, curriculum development and delivery, professionalization of SRHR service delivery in Uganda and by conducting academic and policy-relevant SRHR research.
Funded by Nuffic, the project is a collaboration between ISS, Makarere University School of Public Health, Rutgers and Nsamizi Training Institute for Social Development in Uganda