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Akvo RSR video update tips PDF Print E-mail

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A radio talk show conducted by Health Child Project Nurse and a District Nursing Officer PDF Print E-mail

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Testimony on health text messages sent by Health Child/Text to Change PDF Print E-mail

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Health Child ICT resource centre where community visits to learn more on their health needs through seraching the internet and using the Health Child server PDF Print E-mail

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Enhancing service delivery through improved communication PDF Print E-mail

Enhancing service delivery through improved communication

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Climate Change Adaptation In Uganda PDF Print E-mail

The theme of the film is community based adaptation to climate change in Masaka district in central Uganda, Africa
Storyline: it shows how different communities in Masaka have been affected by climate change and how they have implemented adaptation to improve their situation.
Copyright: Development Network Of The Indigenous Voluntary Associations (DENIVA)and CLACC
For more information please contact Prossy Nalugya
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This film was presented at UNFCCC COP13 in December 2007 Bali, Indonesia.

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Ugandan circumcision ritual in Kibera PDF Print E-mail

July, 2010: Kibera was the site for initiation rituals for the Ugandan community of Kibera recently, where young men are circumcised in a traditional ceremony - in contrast to recent KNN coverage of medical circumcision

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Uganda Study Abroad: Changing Lives PDF Print E-mail

Visiting Uganda was a transforming experience. "I feel like they gave more to me than I gave to them," a student says.
Each year, students enrolled in a CALS global health class travel to Uganda over winter break to experience the culture, learn about public health issues and the culture.

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