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At Segal Family Foundation, we believe in a world where development is steered by grassroots leaders and power is shifted into the hands of communities. We work across Sub-Saharan Africa and strive to be true partners to our grantees. We want to change the power dynamics inherent in traditional philanthropy and prove that a new, more equitable, and responsive approach is not only more fair, but more effective. READ MORE

Founded by students in 2006, the GlobeMed network engages over 2,000 undergraduates at 60 university-based chapters throughout the United States. Each chapter is partnered one-to-one with a grassroots health organization in Africa, Asia, or the Americas. Through their involvement today, our students and partners commit to a life of leadership in global health and social justice. READ MORE

Kindernothilfe (German for “Supporting children in need”) was founded in Germany in 1959 as a Christian organisation to support vulnerable and marginalized children and youth to develop their full potentials. Kindernothilfe Austria was founded in 1996, followed by Kindernothilfe Switzerland in 2004 and Kindernothilfe Luxembourg in 2009. READ MORE

Founded in 1899 by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, the College has a strong tradition of concern for the poor, for developing leadership in a spirit of service and social responsibility, and a commitment to the promotion of women as full partners in society. READ MORE

Since 2003, the Stephen Lewis Foundation (SLF) has been delivering resources directly into the hands of the community-based organizations (CBOs) that are turning the tide of HIV and AIDS in Africa. Led by grassroots experts in the more than 300 CBOs with which the SLF partners, over 1600 innovative and inspiring initiatives have been successfully undertaken—with astounding and tangible impact—in the 15 African countries hardest hit by the pandemic. READ MORE

The Rakai Health Sciences Program (RHSP) was established in 1987 as a collaboration between researchers at Makerere, Columbia and John Hopkins Universities, the Division of Intramural Research at the National Institutes of Allergy & Infectious diseases and the International Centre for Excellence Research (ICER). This was as a result of the first identification of clinical AIDS in Rakai district Uganda in 1982 by Drs. Sewankambo and Serwadda. READ MORE

Started in 1998, Medical Access is a not-for-profit organization based in Kampala, Uganda specialized in the provision of supply chain management services for pharmaceutical products and health commodities in Africa, including essential drugs, antiretrovirals (ARVs), drugs for opportunistic infections (OIs), laboratory equipment, reagents and supplies, Rapid Test Kits (RTKs/RDTs), Safe Male Circumcision (SMC) kits and consumables and other supplies. READ MORE

The Catholic Evangelization of this area was started in 1891 by the White Fathers missionaries. Three phases can be identified within this process. The first phase is between 1891 and 1939. The pillar of this phase was Archbishop Henry Streicher. Phase two, 1939 – 1961, began the establishment of Masaka as a distinct ecclesiastical territory under its first African Bishop Joseph Kiwanuka Nakabaale. Phase three, 1961 – the dawn of national independence, coincided with the beginning of Bishop Adrian Kivumbi Ddungu’s Episcopate and the introduction of Church Renewal by Vatican II. Adrian Kivumbi Ddungu was appointed Bishop of Masaka on 11th November, 1961. He was Consecrated Bishop on 18th March, 1962 at Bukalasa Seminary. He retired on 10th January, 1998 and died on 30th December, 2009. He was succeeded by Rt. Rev. John Baptist Kaggwa. READ MORE

The Ministry of Health is a government body set up with the mandate of stewardship and leadership of the health sector. The Ministry of Health is responsible for policy review and development, supervision of health sector activities, formulation and dialogue with health development partners, strategic planning, setting standards and quality assurance, resource mobilization, advising other Ministries, departments and agencies on health-related matters, and ensuring quality, health equity, and fairness in contribution towards the cost of health care. READ MORE