Major projects undertaken by MNL

2017 – 2022


Kampala Region HIV Project (2017 – 2022). Implemented in consortium with IDI to scale up uptake of prevention services for KP/PPs in Kampala and Wakiso



Local Capacity Initiative (2015-2018). Implemented in consortium with THETA and AGHA Uganda to promote uptake of HIV services among MARPs through advocacy capacity building in Kampala, Mukono and Wakiso districts

MARPs and key populations organisations in Africa
MARPs Network LGBT community in Uganda


Global Fund

Supporting Uganda’s Response to the HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis Reduction Strategy (2016-2017) in 45 districts of Uganda

2014 – 2015

Global Fund

“Nothing for us without us” – tailoring and  coordinating behavioral, biomedical, and structural interventions for KPs in Uganda (2014 – 2015) in Kampala, Mukono, Wakiso, Kasese and Mbarara districts

2014 – 2015

ARCUS Foundation

Engaging faith based organisations: a quest to reach out to MARPs in Uganda project (2014 – 2015)

MARPs Network LGBT community in Uganda

2013 – 2014

Global Fund

Strengthening engagement and involvement of PLWD and KP in Global Funds new funding model processes (2013 – 2014)

2012 – 2013


Synergy model project (2012 – 2013) implemented in consortium with MARPI, IBU, SPREC and Spectrum in Kampala, Mukono and Wakiso

2011 – 2014

Danish International Development Agency

MARPs Network implementation model pilot project (2011 – 2014) implemented in 12 districts in all regions of Uganda

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How close are we to the 2020 HIV target?

“Stigma and discrimination still has terrible consequences. The very people who are meant to be protecting, supporting and healing people living with HIV often discriminate against the people who should be in their care, denying access to critical HIV services, resulting in more HIV infections and more deaths. It is the responsibility of the state to protect everyone. Human rights are universal—no one is excluded, not sex workers, gay men and other men who have sex with men, people who inject drugs, transgender people, prisoners or migrants. Bad laws that criminalize HIV transmission, sex work, personal drug use and sexual orientation or hinder access to services must go, and go now!”

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