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The program is implemented in 11 districts of Uganda since January 2013 by a consortium of six partners with CHAU as the prime.
The partners are Marie Stopes Uganda, Mild May Uganda (MMUG), Uganda Youth Development Link (UYDEL), Family Life Education Program (FLEP), Integrated Community Based Initiative (ICOBI), Naguru Teenage Information and Health Centre (NTIC); and MARPI.
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The program intends to increase health seeking behavior’s and uptake of quality integrated maternal health, family planning and HIV information, services and commodities amongst young people affected by HIV and uphold their sexual and reproductive rights.
It consequently aims at achieving better sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) for young people 10 to 24 years of age affected by HIV.
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Since then much has changed, yet some things have stayed rigidly the same.
"We had been separated in such a hostile environment; we didn't know if we'd ever see each other again." The ceremony was supposed to be a fairy-tale ending to an improbable story for the two men who found themselves reunited in Sweden years after their relationship had been cut short due to persecution in their native Uganda.
"Uganda is about the worst place in the world to live as someone who is openly gay," Sserwadda explains.
Speaking at an event to mark the Global Female Condom Day an activist (who preferred anonymity) advocating for sexual and reproductive health rights says it is estimated that 40% of men who have sex with men in Uganda opt for the female condoms.
She adds that she came into this information at a sexual and reproductive health conference in South Africa.