Reproductive Health-HIV/AIDS

The Communities Advancing HIV/AIDS Prevention Program (CAPH) is part of the national Uganda strategy to reduce the HIV/AIDS rate in Gulu District by 40% by 2015. After experiencing over 20 years of insurgency war with over 80% of the population having lived in internally displaced peoples camps, Gulu District has come to suffer one.


Vac-Net has trained 138 community civic leaders 72 VHTs and Peer educator on their roles as leaders to better support in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

 84 comancial Sex Workers trained in their rights to aceess health services and altenative income generating activites of which 9 CSW has abandoned and started making liquit soarp as their business to earn a living than selling themselves.


Vac-Net has distributes 380,000 condomes both male and female to active groups especially youth out of school and BodaBoda riders.