Health Rights Leadership Campaign: AGHA carries out networking, outreach, and education with health workers, NGOs, the general public, students and the media on health and human rights issues in order to shift the paradigm of medicine in Uganda to include human rights.

Health Workforce Campaign: The purpose of this campaign is to advocate for improved human resources for health in Uganda by addressing; (a) education and training, (b) policy governance and financing, (c) Quality of Care and monitoring and evaluation; (d) migration and retention of health care workers.

Anti-Stigma and Discrimination Campaign: To combat stigma and discrimination in healthcare settings, AGHA is implementing an Anti-Stigma Campaign through locally-based Task Force Committees. Through this, AGHA has trained 50 trainers and held over 10 member-led stigma trainings for healthcare workers in four districts (Rakai, Tororo, Mbarara and Kampala) reaching over 200 health workers and community members.

Health Financing Campaign: AGHA’s Health Financing Campaign aims to increase health funding in Uganda to at least 15% of the National Budget through innovative advocacy and research, including policy forums, media outreach, meetings with key national leadership and civil society engagement