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Together Alive Health Initiative (TAHI)

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Plot 284 Kisasi, off Kulambiro Road, Kampala, Uganda
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Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
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info@tahiug.org
Phone Number
+256 779 372572
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TAHI spear heads Menstrual Health Presser

On February 14, 2024 TAHI spear headed a press conference on Uganda’s menstrual health crisis. There were several reports revealing girls resorting to use of soil for period management. This distressing issue demanded collective action from menstrual actors, and we took upon us to rally our coleagues in the space

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Health Workers Training

Activity; Improving Access to SRHR Services in Nansana With Financial Support from WGNRR - Africa, TAHI and UYP under the You CAN project successfully organized and conducted a workshop aimed at enhancing the provision of inclusive and youth-friendly Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) services among health workers in 

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New Project Alert with Hivos

Group photo taken with the Mukono district stakeholders after the project launch meeting We are thrilled to announce our latest financial collaboration with the Hivos Project. In the previous year, 2013, TAHI successfully secured a grant from the Hivos and regional SRHR fund, paving the way for the implementation of

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TAHI new Board of Governors

We are super excited to introduce to you our new Board of Governors. These are resourceful and experienced persons with a strong passion for SRHR and Gender. Profiles Rose Wakikona, Chairperson of the Board Rose is a trained lawyer and an advocate with a master's in law from the University

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Heads up, Kalangala! We are Coming

We are happy to report the expansion of our Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) program to Kalangala Islands, with a primary focus on reducing HIV/AIDS infections, reducing teenage pregnancies, and advocating for menstrual health among girls and young women. This exciting development is going to be further supported

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AFRIpads-TAHI School Girls Event

On September 25, 2023, In partnership with AFRIpads we conducted a Menstrual Health and Hygiene (MHH) activity in Jinja District, Uganda. The activity aimed to provide MH support to a total of 500 girls from Nalinaibi Primary School and Lubani Senior Secondary School, with a focus on educating them about

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TAHI at Women Deliver Conference 2023, Kigali Rwanda

The Women Deliver conference is globally renowned as one of the largest multi-sectoral and most influential gatherings advancing gender equality. It brings together diverse feminists, SRHR advocates, and leaders from around the world to collaborate, share knowledge, and advocate for transformative change. The 2023 edition of the Women Deliver conference

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MHDay 2023 Press Statement

TOGETHER ALIVE HEALTH INITIATIVE (TAHI) Press Statement on Menstrual Health Day: Urgent Call for Stakeholder Action 28TH/MAY/2023 For immediate release On this Menstrual Health Day, we emphasize the urgent need for stakeholders to take deliberate efforts to improve the menstrual health and well-being of girls and women in Uganda. Menstrual

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MH FEST, Napak-Karamoja Region

Together Alive Health Initiative (TAHI) and Dash For Girls, in collaboration with several organizations including Uganda Youth And Adolescent Health Forum, Power To Youth Uganda, Imagine Her, Twekonyere Foundation, Womena, Women Probono Initiative, Amani Initiative, Raising Teenagers Uganda, Wezeshe Girls, and Slum Youth rehabilitation and Development organization, organized a three-day

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Harnessing Digital Technology; Enhancing Menstrual Health and Well-being

On March 17th, 2023, we hosted a Twitter Space in commemoration of International Women’s Day under the theme, “Harnessing digital technology and innovation to enhance menstrual health and wellbeing.” The event was graced by notable and influential menstrual health (MH) actors and researchers, including Patricia Humura, Lead Advisor - Period

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