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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO PROVIDE TELEVISION AND RADIO AIR TIME FOR TALK SHOWS, ADVERTS, MENTIONS, JINGLES SERVICES IN ENGLISH AND LUGANDA   

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO PROVIDE TELEVISION AND RADIO AIR TIME FOR TALK SHOWS, ADVERTS, MENTIONS, JINGLES SERVICES IN ENGLISH AND LUGANDA   

PUBLIC NOTICE   P.O. BOX 27572, KAMPALA  TEL: 0393-216467 EMAIL: info@ntihc.org  WEBSITE: www.ntihc.org   DATE: 6th OCTOBER 2017   SUBJECT: REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO PROVIDE TELEVISION AND RADIO AIR TIME FOR TALK SHOWS, ADVERTS, MENTIONS, JINGLES SERVICES IN ENGLISH AND LUGANDA       Naguru Teenage Information and Health Centre invites proposals for

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Empowering the Young People through a Rights Based approach

“Reproductive freedom is critical to a whole range of issues. If we can’t take charge of this most personal aspect of our lives, we can’t take care of anything. It should not be seen as a privilege or as a benefit, but a fundamental human right.”  Faye Wattleton These and many

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Meeting the SRHR of young women through Integrated ASRH services

Young women in Uganda are faced with multiple challenges which prevent them from achieving their sexual and reproductive health rights: uptake of modern family planning contraceptives is generally very low at 30%1 for all methods. Among sexually active young people 15-24 years, only 11% are currently using a method.  Unmet

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Young People in Uganda

Uganda has a predominantly young and fast growing population with about 78% below 30 years. Adolescent and young people 10-24 years constitute about 32% of the population. The most important health issues for Ugandan adolescents are related generally to social and strictures, health service planning and health care delivery. Equally,

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knowledge of SRH ‘rights: The baseline survey

The Government of Uganda has put in place policies aimed at improving the sexual and reproductive health of adolescents. These policies are geared towards improvement of adolescents’ health and life status. Specifically the policies are targeted at improving SRH indicators relating to fertility, maternity, mortality and increasing life expectancy. Government

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Increasing HCT Uptake through Integrated ASRH services

HIV/AIDS is one of the most serious health challenges for young people in Uganda, with HIV prevalence increased to 3.1 (2014) from 2.4 in 2006. Transactional sex and cross generation sex are among the major contributing factors, standing at about 15.3% and 7% respectively in (2012). Comprehensive knowledge of HIV/AIDS

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