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Opposite mulago hospital,
Mulago hospital complex assessment center,
Kampala, Uganda
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Please contact us at
+ 256 414668135, Monday
throug Friday, 9 a.m to 5 p.m

With your Help...
We can reach more vulnerable rural women and children with health, socio- economic and advocacy services. The target beneficiaries are also empowered to identify and address their own concerns for sustainble development of communities.

Any Questions?
Please contact us at
+ 256 414668135, Monday
throug Friday, 9 a.m to 5 p.m

With your Help...
We can reach more vulnerable rural women and children with health, socio- economic and advocacy services. The target beneficiaries are also empowered to identify and address their own concerns for sustainble development of communities.

Any Questions?
Please contact us at
+ 256 414668135, Monday
throug Friday, 9 a.m to 5 p.m

With your Help...
We can reach more vulnerable rural women and children with health, socio- economic and advocacy services. The target beneficiaries are also empowered to identify and address their own concerns for sustainble development of communities.

Any Questions?
Please contact us at
+ 256 414668135, Monday
throug Friday, 9 a.m to 5 p.m

With your Help...
We can reach more vulnerable rural women and children with health, socio- economic and advocacy services. The target beneficiaries are also empowered to identify and address their own concerns for sustainble development of communities.

Any Questions?
Please contact us at
+ 256 414668135, Monday
throug Friday, 9 a.m to 5 p.m

With your Help...
We can reach more vulnerable rural women and children with health, socio- economic and advocacy services. The target beneficiaries are also empowered to identify and address their own concerns for sustainble development of communities.

Family and community centred
HHI collectively engage communities and families in problem identification, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation; as this creates community ownership and sustainability of projects and programs. This approach helps us to identify the existing abilities and strengths of communities and together come up with appropriate interventions using available resorces within communities
Community Based Action
This action takes place within the community. HHI experience working with communities, indicates that long distances is one of the biggest challenges that hinder equitable access to and utilisation of services not only to women and children but to the entire community. Therefore, HHI working with existing community structures extends its services to beneficiaries within their localities.
Community Capacity Building and Strengthening
Using community participatory tools and approaches, HHI engages communities directly to identify community capacity gaps and together design appropriate training curriculum. HHI working with its partners involves communities in organising training seminars, events and activites as a way of strengthening the working relationship between the organisation, target beneficiaries and communities.
Partnerships and Networks
HHI values the importance of partnerships and networks with other organisations with similar philosophy. Through partnering and networking with Community Hive Organisation, Mulago Medical Center, EaglesWings, UK, Ministry of Gender Labour and Social Development, Ministry of Health, Information Ideas, resorces and works have been shared for similar cause. As aresult, organisational capacity has improved, links with other organisations has been established.
Advocacy and Lobbying
HHI believes that through advocacy and lobbying, the health, social, economic and education needs can be heard by policy makers for policy formation and reforms. In this approach, we organise community dialogues, campaigns and rallies, radio talk shows, IEC material development and dissemination.
Engagement of Volunteers
Due to limited work force as a result of limited financial resources, the engagement of volunteers is inevitable. In our volunteer program, we have two types of voluteers ie. medical and non medical. Through experience, we realise that volunteers play a pivotal role in jointly achieving the goals and objectives of the organisation. Both local and international volunteers are Most welcome.
Please join us to create a positive change in the socio-economic and health conditions of a Rural Woman and a Child.




In order to achieve the set goals and objectives, HHI is has adopted the following strategic approaches
Cancer Awareness and screening
Safe water and environmental sanitation
Capacity building
HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support
Economic Empowerment
Education support
Psychosocial support
Internship
Emergency Response
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