HURIC-Uganda is an indigenous, non-profit organisation promoting health rights through a Human Rights based approach. The Strategic approach for the organization is based on the core principles of equality and non-discrimination in access to health and health rights services, accountability, citizen/community participation, adequacy and quality.
To create a society in which human rights form the foundation of all decisions and interventions affecting the health and well being of people.
To protect the well-being of people living in Uganda by amplifying their voices in the decisions that affect them through empowerment, research and advocacy for a human based approach to health and its broader determinants
Our major work rolates around evidence based research and documenting evidence gathered
We involve practical activism and theological advocacy through movement building
Accountability is important for perpetrators of the law especially human rights violators
Our work is aimed at improving the social status of the hard to reach communities
The partnerships contribution towards reverse knowledge innovation is indispensable in global health and development, without them, the global community would have failed to fully acclimate to its ever emerging health
How to advance cooperation and solidarity within and beyond aid?” (15-16 November 2019), we successfully broadened the debate beyond the Network members, giving more space to civil society voices and perspectives
For understanding the context of health and illness in the country, decision makers, but also development aid partners, should go to the communities and listen to their needs.
What role does civil society play in upholding fundamental human rights in universal health coverage and primary health care? What is needed to ensure that key, vulnerable and underserved populations benefit from universal health coverage?
Huric joined Defenders Protection Initiative to address digital security training and movement building among regional organisations
Uganda is in a state of uncertainty in terms of health security due to the skyrocketing COVID-19 global pandemic cases being reported.
The International People’s Health University (IPHU) of the PHM is organizing a short training course “The Struggle for Health” for young health activists.
A big number of people in Uganda are disregarding the Ministry of Health’s guidelines and Standard Operating Procedures simply because these people don’t feel that there is a real threat hence regarding COVID-19 pandemic as a scum and this is supported by most of their political leaders who have decided to preach drinking of water while themselves opting for wine. […]
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