Together Alive Health Initiative (TAHI)

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Plot 61, Mutungo Kampala Uganda
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+256 779 372572
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Together Alive Health Initiative (TAHI)

A non-governmental youth-led and serving organization. It was founded in 2013 by a group of young men and women moved by the plight of needy young people in the urban slums of Kampala, Uganda

TAHI believes that Investment in young people’s reproductive health protects their wellbeing and enhances their potential for healthy productive lives; it has a positive effect on their socio and economic development.

TAHI mobilizes young people aged 10-24 years through highly participatory and youth friendly methods like drama, role plays, games and sports activities, and debates. TAHI interventions reach over 10000 young people annually.

Our Vision

Young people living healthy and productive lives

Our Mission

“To unleash the potential of young people aged 10-24 years through sharing relevant and appropriate information which enables them make key informed decisions in life

Our Values

Young people centered
Gender sensitivity

Our Team

We are building a resilient movement of young people who are conscious of their sexual and reproductive health rights in order to live healthy and productive lives. This can only be made possible if like minded people like you support our efforts. #TAHI

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Our Objectives

Our Objectives

Promote gender equality and empowerment of the girl child

Advocate access to quality, effective, safe and affordable maternal health services for teenage mothers.

Influence health budgeting processes at both national and sub-national level

To improve the menstrual health of vulnerable girls in villages and urban slums through menstrual health awareness and distribution of re-usable pads

To promote the access to family planning and contraception among women under the reproductive age bracket as well as promoting men involvement in family planning


Our Partners

Our Partners