Recent Submissions

  • An Assessment of Home-Based Care Programs in Uganda: Their Strengths and Weaknesses 

    Ebun, Walker Mary; Esther, Aceng; Denis, Tindyebwa; Juliet, Nabyonga; Peter, Ogwang; Paul, Kiiza (Ministry of Health Uganda, 2002)
    Currently, lessons are being learnt from successful HIV/AID programs for policy decisions and program strengthening and implementation. This study assessed the Home-Based Care Programs in Uganda, highlighting their ...
  • Abortion and Postabortion Care In Uganda: A Report from Health Care Professionals and Health Facilities 

    Prada, Elena; Mirembe, Florence; Ahmed, Fatima H.; Nalwadda, Rose; Kiggundu, Charles (Occasional Report, 2005)
    Women in Uganda today give birth to almost seven children, on average—two more children than they would prefer. In fact, nearly 40% of all births in 2000 were unwanted or mistimed, up from 29% of births only five years ...
  • Retention of adolescents living with HIV in care, treatment, and support programs in Uganda 

    Ssali, Livingstone; Kalibala, Sam; Birungi, Josephine; Egessa, Aggrey; Wangisi, Jonathan (USAID, 2014)
    In many countries in sub-Saharan Africa, HIV programs are organized around pediatric or adult care, with adolescents who are living with HIV being treated through pediatric care facilities. This has important implications ...
  • HIV Modes of Transmission and Prevention Response Analysis 

    Mangen, Fred Wabwire; Odiit, Martin; Kirungi, Wilford; Kisitu, David Kaweesa; Wanyama, James Okara (Uganda National AIDS Commission, 2009)
    This study is the outcome of close collaborative by a team in Uganda, with technical and financial support from the UNAIDS Regional Support Team for Eastern and Southern Africa, and UNAIDS Geneva. The UNAIDS Modes of ...
  • Orbital Compression Syndrome In A Ugandan Child With Sickle Cell Disease: A Case Report 

    Olum, Ronald; Nabaggala, Catherine; Mwebe, Victoria Katasi; Namazzi, Ruth; Munube, Deogratias; Kitaka, Sabrina Bakeera (Clinical Case Reports, 2021)
    Orbital compression syndrome is a rare acute complication of sickle cell disease that may impair vision. Assessment by a multidisciplinary team incorporates detailed history and physical examination, fundoscopy, and ...