Category Archives: Uganda

Bridging the Gaps to Enhance Education in Africa

In today’s rapidly evolving world, education must extend beyond traditional learning to foster critical thinking, [...]

Reflections on Person-Centered Care as Key in HIV Treatment Adherence

“Over and over, we see stagnating viral load suppression among children,” says Baker Sserwambala, the [...]

Bantwana Resources for Adherence 2023

Welcome Adherence 2023 participants! Thanks for visiting this page of relevant Bantwana resources relating to [...]

The Story of Barbra: Restoring Hope and Life Prospects

Like thousands of young people across Uganda, teenager Barbra’s education and daily life have been [...]

The Case for Strengthening the Social Service Workforce to End AIDS in Children

The Bantwana Initiative applauds the implicit call in a recent New York Times article, Global [...]

Tackling Violence Against Children at Home and at School

The Western Uganda Bantwana Program (WUBP) works to tackle social norms and conditions at home [...]

Employing Multisectoral Approaches in the Fight Against Gender-based Violence

Along with more than 3,300 trained peers across nearly one-third of Uganda’s 111 districts, Henry [...]

It really does take a village . . . How holistic, community-based care helps HIV-positive youth live healthier lives

When his mother died of HIV/AIDS in 2017, Kato* was abandoned by his father at [...]

Parenting Group in Uganda Helps Community Meet Basic Needs

When schools in Uganda reopened after Covid-19 closures, one community realized that a significant number [...]

A Day in the Life: Meet Martha, a Para Social Worker in Uganda

Para social workers (PSWs) play a critical role in strengthening community resilience for the protection [...]