According to UNAIDS there are 1.8 million people living with AIDS in Uganda. TPO Uganda provides psychosocial support to families affected by HIV and AIDS. We work AIDS orphans to strengthen their ability to cope and thrive. We pay special attention to girl mothers, youth, and children vulnerable to abuse and exploitation, those heading households or looking after sick relatives.

Our HIV/AIDS Interventions

Increasing access to HIV and AIDS prevention services such as facilitating community outreach voluntary testing and counseling.

Improving the ability capacity of schools to recognize and support the special needs of orphans in school.

Strengthening the capacity of districts and civil society organizations to plan, coordinate, monitor and deliver holistic services.

Linking orphan headed households to socioeconomic support initiatives and to provide psychosocial support.

Reduce stigma and discrimination against persons living with HIV and AIDS through sensitization using music, dance and drama.

Raise awareness on alcohol and drug abuse prevention and treatment.