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    Outreach Programs
    URHB Boat being prepared for an outreach to Lorwe Island
  • New wards under construction in Kaliro
    New wards under construction in Kaliro
    New wards under construction at URHB Medical Centre in the rural and underserved Kaliro District.
  • Sexual network games training
    Sexual network games training
    URHB Trainers demonstrating one of the sexual network games to children during a training session for in-school peer educators.
  • School Peer Educators’ training workshop
    School Peer Educators’ training workshop
    URHB trainer clarifies on group presentation during the Sigulu Secondary School Peer Educators’ training workshop on Sigulu Island in Lake Victoria
  • Youth support programs
    Youth support programs
    URHB provides skillful trainings to the youth in Busoga region.
  • HIV, TB and Malaria outreach program
    HIV, TB and Malaria outreach program
    URHB Senior Counselor using a community volunteer’s bicycle to deliver a package of items for an HIV, TB and Malaria outreach to Lorwe Island in Lake Victoria
  • Capacity building workshop
    Capacity building workshop
    Child Hope UK partnership managers support URHB staff and volunteers during a capacity building workshop in 2014


Uganda Reproductive Health Bureau (URHB) is an indigenous Non-Governmental organization established in 1994 and registered under the NGO statute of 1989 with the Ministry of Internal affairs. URHB was registered with the mandate to improve the sexual and reproductive health status of young people and children.
Uganda Reproductive Health Bureau-URHBURHB therefore works to contribute to the improvement of the health status of young people and protection of Children against abuse.

For the last 20 years we have focused on reducing the reproductive health risks that affect vulnerable children and young people and other most at risk population groups as well as Child protection.
URHB has also been implementing HIV/AIDS, child rights, family planning, VCT, STDs and adolescent reproductive health programs in the districts of Kampala, Kamuli, Kaliro, Jinja and Bugiri targeting children and young people in and out of school in the urban slums and rural areas. More..

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SOME 17 community organisations helping orphans and vulnerable children have received sh3.3b in grants from the Uganda AIDS Commission Civil Society Fund. Each of the organisations from different districts received about sh200m.

The money was handed over to representatives of the organisations at the Imperial Royale Hotel in Kampala on Friday.

The recipients were the Agency for Cooperation and Research in Development –Uganda, the Traditional and Modern Health Practitioners together Against AIDS and other Diseases and the Sebei Diocese’s Community Development and Empowerment.

The others were the Multi-Community Based Development Initiative Ltd, War Child UK, Uganda Reproductive Health Bureau, the World Education/Bantwana Initiative and the Community Awareness and Response on AIDS.

The Uganda Health Marketing Group, the Church of Uganda Health Department, the Pentecostal Assemblies of God, the CEPAP and the Reach the Children Uganda also received money.

Concern for the Girl Child, CARITAS, the Katalemwa Chesire Home for Rehabilitation Services and the Community Empowerment for Rural Development, are the other organisations that benefited from the fund.

Speaking at the ceremony, the commissioner for disability and the elderly, Herbert Baryayebwa, said orphans and vulnerable children are increasing in Uganda. Over 7.5 million children are orphaned in Uganda, he said, one million of them by AIDS.

Baryayebwa, who is the acting director of social protection in the gender ministry, said more than two million of the children have lost both parents.
He urged the Government to develop a plan of intervention to vulnerable children but the trend of HIV/AIDS was changing it.

The Commissioner said that by 2003, about 2.7million children were estimated to be working informal sectors, excluding agriculture. About 1.5million of them were aged between 10 and 14.
The chief of party Financial Monitoring Agency, Robert Waweru said donors had provided over sh74b to the anti-AIDS cause.

The donors include the US Agency for International Development, UK Department for International Development, Danish International Development Agency, Irish Aid and Italian Cooperation.