The Uganda Commitments Initiative is a country-driven approach which aims to accelerate progress towards RH commodity security by taking a limited number of fundamental RH supplies-related commitments as the entry point for the targeted joint technical action at the country level. By doing so, we secure legitimacy and buy-in for targeted action in specific technical areas drawing on the convening power and brain trust of the Coalition at both the global and country level.
The MOTION TRACKER was developed to serve as a framework to highlight Uganda's progress towards achievement of its RH supplies related commitments made from 2011Read more
The commitments were deconstructed from policy statements into actionable points (Indicators) at implementation level and were classified into five (5) thematic areas: finance, policy, service delivery, supply chain and technologyRead more
The goal of this Project is to support the Government of Uganda and national partners to accelerate progress towards achieving Uganda's RH supplies-related commitmentsRead more
Review of the Uganda RH supplies related commitments since 2011 (EWEC, UNCoLSC, FP2020), Deconstruction of the commitments into implementable activities.Download PDF
Dr. Moses Muwonge, Director, Samasha Medical Foundation
Starting 2015, Uganda has US $7M to drive Country engagement process for RMNCH. this has been successful because of advocacy and managing for results in the Catalytic Action PlanDr. Ismail Ndifuna, National Program Officer (RH) UNFPA
The main Commitment that MPs have been pushing for is the Recruitment and tasking Ministry of Health to increase number of Health Workers, especially Midwives.Milton Muwuma, MP and Member of NUWUMP