In this issue, we highlight some of AGHA’s achievements and progress for the period April-June 2006. Working towards achieving our objectives, AGHA has done significant networking at the local, national, regional and international level.

In this issue, AGHA is informing you about our stock out survey results and updating you on the progress in sharing that information.

This quarter, AGHA-Uganda in conjunction with BASIC NEEDS (UK) in Uganda and Makerere University College of Health Sciences organized the first ever political Debate on health care.

As you will read in this issue of the Health Advocate, AGHA has celebrated some great successes this quarter. Tororo District integrated stigma and discrimination into its continuing medical education (CME) curriculum, and we hope other districts will soon follow.

This issue informs you of AGHA’s efforts in the last three months, some of which include health and human rights advocacy, partner- ships and awareness campaigns..

During this period (July – September) AGHA has continued to work towards achieving its objectives. Under AGHA’s health financing campaign, AGHA launched its medicine stock out survey report.

In this issue, we highlight some of AGHA’s achievements and progress for therefore mentioned period.

In this quarter, to mark the Human Rights Day on December 10th 2010, AGHA launched a report on “Promoting non discrimination in the context of health care: “The case of sexual minorities in Uganda” at Imperial Royale Hotel in Kampala.

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