Hope and Peace for Humanity (HPH) contributes towards a process of restoring hope, improving the quality of life of persons in post conflict communities of Northern Uganda... For more Details about us,Get Our Full Profile
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Community awareness, Mobilisation and Sensitisation on HIV/AIDS and other epidemics. For more Details about our activities at HPH Uganda, Download Here
Who we are
Hope and Peace for Humanity (HPH) is a registered Community Based Organisation (CBO) registration No. CDR/1704. It was founded in August 2007 by a group of committed volunteers already in the fight against HIV/AIDS and addressing the socio-economic impacts of the two decades civil conflict in Northern Uganda.
HPH becoming a full member of Gulu District NGO Forum has over the years been able to among others achieve the following:
Trained 130 youths (60 females, 70 males) in Generate Your Business Ideas (GYBI) and Start and Improve Your Business (SYB) respectively hence improving on their business management skills and sustainable economic development.
20 Home Based Care volunteers have also been trained in holistic community care programmes and are working as Peer Educators.
2 youth music dance groups formed and 2 youth groups supported with farm and seed inputs and encouraged on commercial farming.
50 married couple households have also been supported with goats as economic incentives while 30 Persons Living positive with HIV and AIDS (PLHAs) have been provided with piglets and other supportive care.
Through advocacy and gender mainstreaming youths have been able to protect themselves from HIV and AIDS and other STDs and seen reduced Sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV) cases with as well increased responses and referral for clinical care and psychosocial support to survivors.
Through school visitations pupils/students have been offered counseling services and career guidance especially during holidays, this has seen 4 community peace clubs formed among youths and as well as 2 women groups. Sexual & Reproductive Health educations have also led to increased access to quality education and school retention especially for girls through the provision of reusable sanitary pads.
These in most cases have resulted into supportive care from teachers, parents, students and community persons and as a result more programs are being designed to enable more girl children continue to go and remain in their schools. Through comprehensive and integrated programming using holistic rights based approach to development, HPH believes more will be achieved in the long run bringing out sustainable socioeconomic development in the post conflict recovery and development of Northern Uganda and beyond.