Toilet Twinning

Toilet Twinning is raising funds for FRED Africa to enable people living in poor communities to have clean water, a decent toilet, and to learn about hygiene, a vital combination that prevents the spread of disease, reduces the number of deaths among children, and brings hope for the future. 2.5 billion People that’s 40% of…

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Clean Water / Tap Twinning

What is Tap Twinning? What is Tap Twinning? Tap Twinning is raising funds for FREDAfrica to enable people living in poor communities have access to clean water, a decent toilet, and to learn about hygiene, a vital combination that prevents the spread of disease, reduces the number of deaths among children, and brings hope for…

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HIV/AIDS

OVERVIEW ABOUT HIV/AIDS IN UGANDA. (Please scroll to the bottom to see what your donation can do for HIV positive individuals) More people are becoming infected with HIV in Uganda; HIV prevalence has been rising since its lowest rate of 6.4 percent in 2006. New infections are diagnosed in 150,000 people a year, of whom…

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Family Planning

Family Planning There is still a need for family planning information to people in rural areas. Many people don?t have access to this information which has increased Myths and misconception about family planning. At times cultural beliefs have also contributed much especially in some tribes like Bakonjo in south west of Uganda and the Sebei…

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Village Mobile Clinics

FREDAfrica VILLAGE MOBILE CLINICS. Uganda being a developing country still faces series of challenges in health sector. In rural communities still people don?t have access to treatment. Many pregnant mothers die on the way to clinics for treatment and if luckily make it there, most of the time there is no medication. The ratio of…

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Malaria Control

MALARIA A MAJOR CAUSE OF DEATH AND POVERTY IN UGANDA Malaria is a major public health challenge in sub-Saharan Africa. In Uganda, malaria is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality especially among children under five years of age. Every year it kills 3 million people and is estimated to cost the African economy $30…

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