The Population Secretariat in the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development has set an agenda for its operation over the next 10 years – 2006-2015.
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The State of Uganda Population Report 2012
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National Population Policy for Social transformation and sustainable development
Make Access to Reproductive Health Services a Priority; Address Key Challenges
The Population Secretariat in collaboration with UNFPA (United Nations Population Fund) will launch the State of Uganda and World Population Reports 2012. The Theme for State of Uganda Population Report is: “Uganda at 50 Years: Population and Service Delivery; Challenges, Opportunities and Prospects”. The launch of the two Reports took place on Thursday 13th December, […]
Sexual Health Improvement Project (SHIP) is an idea that was conceived following a training on Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (ASRH) and HIV/AIDs prevention in Israel in 2007. This training was attended by 4 members of staff from Population Secretariat in 2007. After the training, these members, because of their passion and enthusiasm saw it […]
The Population Secretariat with support from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) announces the Media Awards 2012 for coverage of population and development issues. These issues include Reproductive Health, Gender, Population growth, Environment, Migration, Urbanization, Human resource and employment. Entries are invited from journalists in the print and electronic media to compete for these awards. […]
World Population Day 2012 national function was held in Hoima district on July 11, 2012, under the theme: “Make Acess to Reproductive Health Services a Priority; Address Key Challenges”. The main celebrations were attended by over 1200 people, comprising policy makers, government technocrats, district leaders, civil society representatives, development partners and the genaral populace. The […]
The First National Conference on Population and Development took place from 7th-9th December 2011 at Speke Resort Munyonyo. Theme:Advancing Uganda’s Population and Development Agenda: Partners in Action.