Uganda Harm Reduction Network (UHRN) is a youth led initiative established in 2008 under Reg.No.181733 as a national, not-for-profit NGO to champion and coordinate people who use drugs’ health (HIV/TB, Hepatitis & STI), advocacy and harm reduction programmes to respond to the drug use crisis in Uganda.
The network provides a country-wide systematic and all-inclusive coordination structure for people who use and inject drugs (PWUIDs) with a growing subscriber base of over 4500 PWIDs and over 26 grassroot drug user led and serving CSOs and CBOs spread across the 40 districts in Uganda.
A health society of PWUIDs free of HIV/AIDS, TB and HEPs in Uganda.
To improve the health, human rights and socio-economic well-being of PWUIDs through leadership building, collaboration, and capacity enhancement of UHRN members to uphold Harm Reduction Interventions (HRIs) in Uganda
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