About Us

Who we are?

The Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) Alliance Uganda is a consortium of organisations that stand for and promote young people’s SRHR. The SRHR Alliance Uganda is comprised of organisations with strong niche, expertise, and experience in key aspects of SRHR programming for vulnerable and marginalised groups of adolescents and young people.

Our work is geared towards ensuring that all young people have access to high quality and youth friendly SRHR information and services within a supportive environment. The SRHR Alliance Uganda also works to ensure that vulnerable groups of adolescents and young people (including adolescent girls and young women, young people living with HIV/AIDS, young people in emergency settings, young people living with disabilities and those among key populations) are supported to claim and exercise their SRHR without impediment and free from violence.

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SRHR Alliance Uganda
The membership of the SRHR Alliance Uganda is currently constituted by eight organisations working under the same vision: a society where all young people have equal access to SRHR information and services to make informed life choices. These members include Reproductive Health Uganda, Reach A Hand Uganda, Straight Talk Foundation, Family Life Education Program, Center for Health Human Rights & Development, Uganda Network of Young People Living with HIV and AIDS, Restless Development, and National Forum of People Living with HIV and AIDS Networks in Uganda.

We are registered with the Registrar of Companies as a company limited by guarantee: Reg No. and the NGO Board with the Ministry of Internal Affairs: Reg No. INDR147933245NB. It is also tax compliant with Tax Identification Number. 1015853885.

Our Strategic Objectives

Over the next 5 years (2019 to 2023), the alliance shall strive to achieve the following strategic objectives.

Our Values

Our History

The SRHR Alliance Uganda was founded in 2011 as a loose coalition of partners to implement the United for Healthy Tomorrow program that was funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affair in partnerships with Rutgers, AIDS Fonds, Simavi, dance4life, IPPF and Choice. Since then, the Alliance members have jointly implemented two other programs including Access Services and Knowledge (ASK) in Eastern and Northern Uganda as well as the Get Up Speak Out (GUSO), which was implemented in Busoga sub-region.

Over these past 9 years, the Alliance has built a strong niche in engaging duty bearers and SRHR sector actors at national, sub-national and community levels to influence policy and social environment to favor access to SRHR information and services. We have also gained vast experience and created a number of innovative approaches to deliver quality and youth friendly SRHR information and services to adolescents and young people at grassroots levels.