We continue to work with local ,national,regions and international who have interest with the elimination of viral hepatitis We drive our mandate from SDG 17 partnerships and collaborations.
We started observing world hepatitis day since 2015 ,2016,2017,2018....,..
We every year join the rest of the global to commemorate world hepatitis day ,we use it to amplify the profile of hepatitis in western rural DIstrict ,the nation and beyond via our robust show media platforms
Most people are still ignorant about hepatitis thinking it’s caused by witchcraft and rudimentary Africa monster ,we champion efforts in schools ,worship place ,markets ,burials places and cultural places this is to ensure with break the stigma ,reduce barriers to seek diagnosis
Inform masses about the dangers associated to hepatitis and informing them to seek early medical services .
We have always interacted with community members diagnosed with hepatitis B .cases of sexual gender based violence ,termination of employment contract ,witchcraft accusations and also discrimination
This should not happen ,we believe we should have universal health care coverage no body should be left behind. We strive to use our experience staffs with medical back ground help us a lot in this endeavor to inform,educate and communicate to families ,homes and communities in the rural western(RWENZORI REGION) Uganda faced with these bottlenecks
Raising awareness creates demand for screening and testing for hepatitis b services
We have been carrying out community outreaches with the aim of finding the missing millions especially rural Uganda population who are undiagnosed with hepatitis b and linking them to health service delivery points
We have done this in markets ,worship places schools and corporate companies. Some schools have intergrated this in their medical services
We have been at the forefront of the advocacy efforts with meaning engagement with stakeholders lower local government,health sub district ,district health office, regional health administration and ministry of health.
Our focus is to continue join our other CSO’s to ensure more funds are available towards community mobilization and scaling testing to rural communities and linking the diagnosed into care
|Mr. Arafat Bwambale elaborating about the need to vaccinate||Mr. Isaleri Kasysya in Maliba sub County taking Hep B vaccination||GLPC team meeting with bwera hospital healthy workers.|