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What We Do?

Empowering people living with HIV in Kalangala District

Economic Empowerment

Uganda still remains one of the world's poorest countries whose main population consists of mainly young people, the growing population is faced backed by limited economic development has resulted into a series of challenges such as; early child marriages, school-dropouts, prostitution, unwanted pregnancies, slum development in urban areas and increased crime among others.
We are working to change the narrative by engaging the young people especially the women through income generating projects to explore their full potential and opportunities around them.

Water hygiene and sanitation

KAFOPHAN aims at improving general health conditions of communities in Kalangala District through increased access to clean and safe water, good hygiene conditions, sanitation facilities and building community capacity not only to maintain the facilities

HIV Care & Treatment (Health Care)

Uganda has got the biggest population affected with HIV/AIDS. With Antiretroviral therapy (ART), people with HIV can stay healthy, live longer, and significantly reduce the risk of transmitting HIV to others. This encloses healthy living and HIV treatment that has kept a lot of people living for long. With modern HIV treatment, many people with HIV are living long and healthy lives. This all is all possible through drug adherence.

Primary Education

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Residence Facilities

KAFOPHAN aims at improving general health conditions of communities in Kalangala District through good hygiene conditions, sanitation facilities and building community capacity not only to maintain the facilities.

Social Care

At kafophan, we condemn all acts of violence against women in any form ranging from physical to emotional and mental; be it at home or work. According to a 2016 Uganda Demographic and Health Survey, up-to 22% of women aged 15 to 24 years reported to have experienced some form of sexual violence, an estimated 1 million women are exposed to sexual violence every year.
We are committed to sustained reduction in the cases of gender based violence by teaching the young couples importance of dialogue as a means of conflict resolution, offering counseling services to the victims, and assisting the local authorities to apprehend the perpetrators.