Public Health Ambassadors Program (PHAP)
The PHAP is purposed to turn young people into advocates, activists, champions and change agents by empowering them with information and skills on Sexual and Reproductive Health, HIV/AIDS, Water, Hygiene and Management, Human Rights, Project Planning and Management, Evidence Based Advocacy, Communication, Social Entrepreneurship and Critical thinking using a problem-solving and learning environment. In addition to the above, you will also gain leadership skills, networking skills, analytical skills, interpersonal skills and team work skills through intensive capacity building, leadership development, mentoring, project funding, and technical assistance to enable the Public health ambassadors to launch innovative projects to improve public health in Uganda. For more information, please see the Public Health Ambassadors Program (PHAP) or visit
or call +256701 632 676
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