Research & Documentation
The program of research and documentation is one of the main programs of Huric-Uganda, an organization that promotes human rights research, implementation and reform approaches in Uganda. The program has three sub-programs: health rights monitoring and evaluation, health rights knowledge management, and health rights capacity building.
Here is some detailed information about each sub-program:
This sub-program aims to provide reliable and relevant data on the health rights situation in Uganda, using indicators and methods that are participatory, inclusive, and human rights-based. The sub-program conducts regular surveys, assessments, and evaluations to measure the progress and challenges of health rights realization in the country. The sub-program also collaborates with other stakeholders, such as government agencies, civil society organizations, and academic institutions, to share data and best practices.
This sub-program aims to provide training and mentoring to health rights researchers, advocates, and practitioners, as well as facilitating peer learning and exchange. The sub-program organizes workshops, seminars, webinars, and study tours to enhance the knowledge and skills of health rights actors in Uganda. The sub-program also provides technical assistance and guidance to its partners and beneficiaries on how to conduct health rights research and advocacy. The sub-program also fosters networks and alliances among health rights actors to promote collaboration and solidarity.