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World Population Day National Dialogue, July 04 2014

World Population Day National Dialogue (including presentations) Following the successfully held World Population Day National Dialogue on July 04 2014 by Population Secretariat  in conjunction with United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and Partners in Population and Development Africa Regional Office (PPD ARO),  on the theme “Realizing the Demographic Dividend; Challenges and Opportunities for Uganda” at Victoria Hall, Serena […]

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Sexual Health Improvement Project (SHIP) training

Sexual Health Improvement Project (SHIP) training   The Sexual Health Improvement Project (SHIP) seeks to complement sexual health education efforts that are already in place using non formal, interactive and participatory approaches. In a bid to empower young people to make informed and responsible decisions regarding their sexuality in Dokolo District, SHIP will train 20 […]

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Media Training on the Demographic Dividend July 2014

Media Training on the Demographic Dividend Population Secretariat organized a media training on the demographic dividend which was held from July 01 – 04 2014 at Paradise Hotel in Jinja. Below are the presentations that were made during this training: Media Training presentations  

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Launch of the State of Uganda and World Population Report 2013

The launch of the State of Uganda and World Population Reports 2013 took place on October 31, 2013 at Imperial Royale Hotel, Kampala Uganda and was presided over by the Minister of Finance, Hon. Maria Kiwanuka. The theme for this year’s State of Uganda Population Report 2013 is “Population and Social Transformation: Addressing the needs […]

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Safe Motherhood Day

The Safe Motherhood Day was celebrated in North West Uganda – Apac District, on October 17th 2013. The event was graced by the Honorable Speaker of Parliament, Hon. Rebecca Kadaga. The theme was, “Teenage Pregnancy”

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World Population day National celebrations

World Population day national celebrations in  Ngora District on July 11th, 2013

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Launching of the State of Uganda and World Population Reports 2012

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, […]

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Sexual Health Improvement Project (SHIP)

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 […]

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2012 Media Awards

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. […]

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World Population Day 2012

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 […]

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