There are an estimated 1.2 million children who have been orphaned by AIDS in Uganda. Services are currently reaching less than a quarter of these children. In addition, the quality of these services is inconsistent, and often very poor.
Thanks to USAID funding, the SUNRISE-OVC project hopes to change this. You can read more about SUNRISE here.
SUNRISE-OVC stands for ‘Strengthening the Ugandan National Response for Implementation of Services for Orphans and Vulnerable Children’. The project works with local government and communities to improve services for children. It is implemented by Alliance Uganda and its partners who were awarded $22.9 million through the five-year project.
The Alliance’s partner is International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Uganda (Alliance Uganda). Currently an Alliance country office, Alliance Uganda is on its way to becoming an independent Linking Organisation.
International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Uganda (Alliance Uganda)
Plot 19, Kawalya Kagwa Close, Kololo P. O. Box 20149, KAMPALA, Uganda
A global partnership:International HIV/AIDS AllianceSupporting community action on HIV, health and rights to end AIDS
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