2nd Annual UUKHA Symposium
Theme: Towards UHC; Building Global Health Capacity for a better decade
WHO WE ARE
The Uganda-UK Health Alliance is an umbrella Organization for UK Institutions and organizations undertaking healthcare capacity building activity in Uganda
Strong and robust health systems built through well-coordinated mutual collaboration between Uganda and UK.
To provide system leadership that better coordinates and supports UK derived programs in Uganda’s Health Sector.
To enable successful delivery of UK derived health programs in Uganda’s Health Sector while fostering mutual collaborations, shared learning and sustainability
UPDATES AND BLOGS
Our Operational Framework
The operational framework provides the structural relationship between our programs, consortia and regions of operation. It further highlights the over-arching mutual collaboration between Uganda and UK governments in the health sector.
Globally injury and medical emergencies are among the leading causes of morbidity and mortality. The emergency health consortium is a joint platform for institutions in Uganda and the UK to improve emergency care services in both countries.
Access to comprehensive eye health services remains a challenge in many regions of the world. The eye health consortium enables UK institutions to engage in mutual global health work aimed at addressing gaps in eye health in both countries...
Non Communicable Diseases (NCD)
The NCD Consortium consists of UK institutions and agencies working with partners in Uganda to utilise their collective capabilities in addressing the challenge of NCDs in both health systems.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How can UUKHA support my partnership?
Support to Uganda UK health partnerships is routinely done by the UUKHA secretariats in Uganda and UK and is done through either direct contact with the relevant secretariat staff or through the UUKHA email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Why should my institution join UUKHA?
When a UK institution becomes a member of UUKHA, it gives them the opportunity to share learning and experiences with other member institutions doing similar work perhaps in the same region of Uganda. The institution will also enjoy the timely feedback and updates on collaborative opportunities from the Uganda Ministry of Health.
3. Can I join UUKHA as an individual?
No. The membership is restricted to UK institutions/organizations undertaking healthcare capacity building in Uganda’s health sector. So if you represent an institution that is not registered with UUKHA yet, please follow the link to register
4. How can I volunteer in Uganda?
UUKHA coordinates member organisations which place volunteers in Uganda. If you are interested in volunteering in Uganda please get in touch with any of them but also you can follow the guidelines on the link. Click Here
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