We are thrilled to share with you the details of a recent courtesy visit made by the team at People’s Health Movement (PHM) Uganda to Agha Uganda, a former member of our movement. It was a wonderful opportunity to reconnect with Agha Uganda, also known as the Action Group for Health, Human Rights, and HIV/AIDS, and to share the impactful work we have been doing.

Led by Denis Bukenya, our dedicated Country Coordinator, the team from PHM Uganda had the pleasure of interacting with Agha Uganda during this visit. It was a fruitful exchange that allowed us to showcase the objectives and achievements of PHM Uganda, while also learning from the experiences and expertise of Agha Uganda.

During the visit, we highlighted the significant work undertaken by PHM Uganda in promoting health, human rights, and addressing the pressing issues surrounding HIV/AIDS. Our team shared details about various projects, initiatives, and campaigns we have implemented to make a positive impact on the health and well-being of the Ugandan community.

One of the primary goals of this visit was to emphasize the importance of collaboration and reunion between PHM Uganda and Agha Uganda. We recognize the shared history and common goals between our organizations, and this visit aimed to strengthen our bond and explore opportunities for future collaboration. We firmly believe that by working together, we can achieve even greater outcomes and improve the health outcomes of the Ugandan population.

The courtesy visit was not only a chance to reconnect but also an opportunity for Agha Uganda and PHM Uganda to exchange ideas, experiences, and knowledge. It was a platform for fostering renewed connections and potential partnerships, paving the way for collaborative efforts in the future.

We are excited about the possibilities that lie ahead as we continue to work towards our shared vision of a healthier and more equitable Uganda. This visit to Agha Uganda was an important step in strengthening our relationship and reaffirming our commitment to addressing health challenges in our community.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Agha Uganda for their warm welcome and engaging discussions. We look forward to exploring avenues for collaboration and collectively making a difference in the lives of the people we serve.

Please stay tuned for updates on the progress of our collaboration and the impactful work we will undertake together.

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