Facts you didn’t know about digital health rights?

Here is a list of things about digital health rights that you didn’t know People often don’t own their health data. Instead, hospitals, doctors, or healthcare institutions usually retain ownership rights, limiting patient control. Achieving seamless integration of health data across different systems and platforms is a complex task, hindered…
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Organizational Capacity Assessment (OACA) Tool

Capacity Building for NGOs Capacity building for non-profit organisations is a process of strengthening the internal structure and resources of an organisation in order to improve its ability to carry out its mission, achieve greater impact and become more sustainable. This includes developing the capacity of staff, volunteers, and other…
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Message from Board Chairperson

Dear Members and Supporters, I am pleased to share with you our focus areas and programs for the upcoming year. As a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and protecting health rights, HURIC-Uganda remains committed to advocating for policies and programs that improve health outcomes for all individuals in Uganda. Our…
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Why Traditional Birth Attendants are Preferred ?

Traditional birth attendants (TBAs) in Uganda are lay persons with minimal or no formal health training who assist during pregnancy, childbirth, and the immediate post-partum period. The History of TBAs As recently as the early 1900s, hospitals were non-existent for most people living in Uganda. With few options, people used…
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Why Africans are Rejecting the Covid-19 Vaccine

Since the mid-20th century, millions of Africans have died from diseases such as smallpox, polio, diphtheria, and tetanus—diseases that used to be commonplace in the developing world. However, while these diseases have been virtually eradicated in Europe and North America, they continue to ravage the continent of Africa. In an…
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Short Course on Struggle for Health-PHM

The International People’s Health University (IPHU) of the PHM is organizing a short training course “The Struggle for Health” for young health activists. The course is being organized jointly with Amel Association International and Gender, Justice, and Health Thematic Group of the PHM. The IPHU short courses enable younger health…
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How Cyberbullying Impacts Mental Health

Depression A study found that cyberbullying is directly linked to an increased likelihood of depression. The main reason is that cyberbullying victims often cannot bear the continuous burden of online bullying. Moreover, in the long run, depression also could increase the risk of getting a number of diseases. erode self-esteem…
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