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Where we work

More than 75% of Uganda’s population lives in rural areas including the hard to reach remote communities Uganda also hosts the largest refugee population in Africa—more than one million refugees have fled their home countries to seek asylum in Uganda

We work side by side with existent frontline health workers and community health workers to reach the last child!

Health Support Initiatives partners with existent health system structures to bring Immunization services to marginalised communities in Uganda

There are 21 hard to reach districts out of 135 total districts in Uganda Hard to reach areas refers to parts of the country that are not easily accessible because of the difficult terrain.

More than 75 percent of Uganda’s residents live in rural areas, yet skilled healthcare workers are concentrated in urban areas, creating a shortage that has dire consequences for rural Ugandans

In Uganda, 41% of people live in poverty (less than $1.90/day), and almost half of Uganda’s population is under the age of 15, representing one of the youngest populations in the world