The World Health Organization’s report on Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) estimates that more than 1 billion people live with disability today and expects an increase because of an aging population, effects of climate change, international armed and civil conflicts, and disease..
This study set…
This project set out to address the critical mental health needs of persons suffering from the most common mental health problems in post-conflict districts of Gulu, Amuru, and Nwoya, in Northern Uganda.
The greatest problem was two-fold: (1) Resistance on the part of (the traditional) community…
The intersections among war, displacement, and HIV/AIDS in Northern Uganda is striking. Study was initiated in response to the need for
evidence-based research addressing HIV related vulnerabilities among post-conflict populations in Northern Uganda.
Funded by Canadian Institute of Health Research…
Uganda's children are at risk. Many of infants die before reaching their first
birthday, mostly due to preventable infectious diseases. And those who survive beyond their first year of life are afflicted with
malnutrition and disease, and perform poorly in school. For a
country endowed with fertile…
CHDC in collaboration with the Population Council are evaluating an intervention led by Community Health Alliance Uganda (CHAU), Marie Stopes-Uganda (MSU) and Mildmay consisting of peer-led community outreaches to generate demand among Young people living with HIV/AIDS for integrated SRH/HIV…