Host Institutions of October 2002 - 2004

»» Kabarole District Directorate of Health Services

Kabarole district is located in Western Uganda, a road distance of 320 Kilometres from Kampala, the capital city of Uganda. It borders with Kamwenge, Kyenjojo, Bundibugyo and Kasese districts. Kabarole district is made up of three counties (Local Council IVs) that includes Fort Portal Municipality, which is the main urban center, 14 sub-counties, 58
parishes and 581villages...Read more

»» The Mildmay Center

The Mildmay Center, a project of the Ministry of-Health and Mildmay International started in September 1998. It aims at demonstrating excellence in the field of care and training of health care providers in AIDS care and rehabilitation...Read more

»» Joint Clinical Research Center

The Joint Clinical Research Center aCRC) has been involved in the use of ARVs since the early 1990s and has excelled in guiding the rest of Uganda in the use of antiretroviral drugs as well as the overall care of HIV/ AIDS patients. The patients mainly come from .Kampala as well as referrals from all over the country and neighboring countries namely Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Rwanda and Ethiopia...Read more

»» WBS Television

WBS Television is a venture from Spear Motors Group of Companies incorporated in October 1997 operating on channel UHF 025. It transmits a strong clear signal covering an area of 120 kilometers centered on Kampala. It also reaches Masaka on Channel 45 and Jinja on Channel 55. The overall objective is to entertain, inform and promote christian,
cultural, environmental and political awareness as well as social development and responsibility...Read more

»» National TB and Leprosy Program

The National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Program (NTLP) was officially launched in 1990 and gained national coverage in 1995. The Program aims at diagnosing, treating and curing as many cases of TB and Leprosy as possible thus reduc:ing the incidence and prevalence of TB and Leprosy to such an extent that the two are no longer public health problems. It also aims at early detection, prevention and rehabilitation of those found with established disabilities...Read more


The AIDS Support Organization (TASO) was established in 1987 to contribute to a process of restoring hope and improving the quality of life of persons and communities affected by HIV/ AIDS, in Uganda. TASO has ten centers namely Mulago, Entebbe, Jinja, Mbale, Tororo, Masaka, Mbarara, Gulu, Soroti and Rukungiri. It is the largest indigenous NGO providing HIV / AIDS care and support services in Uganda...Read more
»» Academic Alliance for AIDS Care and Prevention in Africa

The Academic Alliance for AIDS Care and Prevention in Africa (AAACP) was formed in 2001 as a partnership betvyeen Infectious Disease and Public Heaith experts in Uganda and North America to address HIV / AIDS related care, treatment and prevention issues...Read more