Author: James Kityo

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New study shows little progress in meeting demand for contraception in poorest countries

A new study shows that the world has made little progress towards meeting the demand for contraceptives in the world’s poorest countries. ...

Experts call for family planning gaps to be addressed ahead of 2020

Experts at Women Deliver 2013 have called for a clear set of priorities and to address gaps in research in order to realise the shortfalls in family p ...

Link Up: engaging with young people at Women Deliver in Malaysia

Link Up aims to improve the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) of more than one million young people most affected by HIV and to promote the realisa ...

Spectrum Uganda calls for greater HIV testing for LGBTI community amid hostility

Today is the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia and Spectrum Uganda has been marking it with a series of activities to raise awarene ...

Can the Catholic Church reform and reduce HIV infections?

While congratulating the new Pope Francis, the first in 1,300 years to be chosen from outside Europe to lead the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics, Presid ...

Traditional birth attendants determined to stay on in Uganda

Officially, traditional birth attendants (TBAs) in Uganda are not allowed to carry out deliveries. Instead, they are supposed to direct all expectant ...

Suffering in silence: women resume sex early after giving birth

It has emerged that women are suffering silently as many are resuming sex too early after giving birth. ...

The blame game that is taking Uganda back to ABC

President Museveni has continuously blamed increasing HIV prevalence in Uganda on non-governmental organisations’ promotion of condom use, sex work an ...
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