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Save the marginalized Uganda is non government organization with community based approach in delivering services. In east Africa Uganda busoga regional.

HIV/AIDS PROGRAM • Home Care and Support for People living with HIV/AIDS. • HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment. • Prevention and Management of HIV/AIDS opportunistic infections in communities. • Nutrition for people living with HIV/AIDS in communities. • Counseling and Psychological Support for People with HIV/AIDS and bereaved families. • Community Advocacy for the Legal Rights of People living with HIV/AIDS. • Communication for Healthy Communities through health promoting strategies and interventions. • Decreasing number of partners or frequency of sex. • Increasing consistent and correct condom use. • Developing sexual communication and negotiation skills with regard to condom use. • Develop risk-avoidance skills. • Learning to recognize STD symptoms, and seek early appropriate treatment. • Increasing Primary HIV-prevention knowledge (e.g., where to buy condoms). • Increase risk-reduction motivation. • Rendering condoms available, accessible, and affordable. • Improving diagnosis and treatment of bacterial STDs. • Increasing parent-child communication skills. • Increasing involvement of gatekeepers and youth in intervention program design. • Advocating for policies that support the advancement of youth. • Increasing access to education for out-of-school youth (e.g, waive school fees). • Linking income-generating components with HIV-prevention programs targeted for children youth.

PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PROGRAM • Involving in adequate safe water supply and sanitation campaigns in our communities. • Involving in immunization against the six (6) killer diseases. • Involving in maternal and child health / family planning in our communities. • Spearheading efforts directed at nutrition and food production in our communities. • Appropriate treatment of minor diseases and injury. • Prevention and control of locally endemic diseases in our communities. • Involving in Community Based Rehabilitation efforts and campaigns. • Provision of mental health services in communities. • Spearheading Health Education efforts and campaigns in our communities. • Spearheading efforts directed at STD / HIV/AIDS control and prevention. • Involving in oral and dental health campaigns in our communities.


• School mental health promotion activities – These include child-friendly schools, and programs that support ecological changes in schools. • Early childhood interventions – Examples include pre-school psycho-social interventions, home visits to pregnant women, and combining nutritional and psycho-social interventions in populations of the disadvantaged. • Supporting to children – Such programs may include skills-building or child and youth development. • Violence prevention programs – such as community policing initiatives. • Empowerment of women – Socio-economic programs to improve access to education and credit, for example. • Social support for the elderly – including day and community centers for the aged and so-called "befriending" initiatives. • Mental health interventions in the workplace – including programs to prevent and reduce workplace stress. • Programs targeted for vulnerable groups – These groups may include migrants, minorities, indigenous people, and people

NUTRITION PROGRAM • Nutrition of people living with HIV/AIDS. • Nutrition of people with disabilities. • Promoting comprehensive, standards-based program designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to promote and protect their health; • Promoting enjoyable, developmentally-appropriate, culturally-relevant, participatory activities, such as contests, promotions, taste testing and farm visits • promoting fruits, vegetables, whole grain products, low-fat and fat-free dairy products, healthy food preparation methods, and health-enhancing nutrition practices; • emphasizing caloric balance between food intake and energy expenditure (physical activity/exercise); • Promoting links with school meal programs, other school foods and nutrition-related community services. OTHER HEALTH PROGRAMS • Maternal, Reproductive and Child Health • Family Planning • Community Health

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VOLUNTEERING AND INTERNSHIPS AT STMUGANDA SAVE THE MARGINALIZED(STM) welcomes every person from the entire world who wishes to provide /offer services to our clients (both vulnerable and disadvantaged children) and the community as a whole and as well as those who wish to do their internships with us through voluntary work approach.

How To Apply

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