- To provide Primary Health Care (PHC) to more than 15,000 Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Nurture Africa’s Paediatric Health Centre.
- To provide anti-retroviral medication, (anti-HIV) treatment and psycho-social support to 600 HIV infected children and 700 HIV infected Guardians and adolescents.
- Provide Counselling and Testing for HIV to the most at risk populations (MARPS)
- Construct “Phase 2″ of the Nurture Africa Health Centre.
- Provide safe male circumcision to 2,500 boys and youth
- Provide 200 HIV infected adolescent girls with sexual and reproductive health services.
- Provide emergency post-exposure medication and emergency contraception in 4 health centres.
- Provide TB care to all HIV infected people who require such treatment.
- Provide ante-natal care to all HIV pregnant females on the Nurture Africa programme.
- Provide reproductive health services to all mothers with registered children on the Primary Health Care Project.
- Provide cervical screening to all females
- Immunise 1500 children under the age of 5 years.
- Provide nutritional supplementation to all identified malnourished children
- Provide education to HIV infected mothers on post birth mother to child transmission (PMTCT)
- Educate HIV infected girls and adolescents on HIV prevention, safe sex practices, condom distribution and family planning.
- Capacity build community leaders to speak against HIV related stigma and discrimination at community level.
- To provide Educational support to over 1200 children.
- Ensure over 10,000 children access literacy services through Nurture Africa Libraries.
- To provide 150 guardians, 100 HIV infected adolescent girls and 50 unemployed youth with the skills and resources to start or improve an income generating activity.
- Provide ‘will making’ and birth certificate attainment workshops to 2500 guardians of orphans and vulnerable children.
Children’s Rights and Gender Equality
- Continue to work with 65 schools towards “Making Corporal Punishment History” and renew commitments to the Nurture Africa Child Protection Policy.
- Assist in the development of 10 village Child Protection Committees.
- To ensure that 15,000 children, women guardians, teachers, police and community members are educated on children’s rights, gender equality, how to report child abuse and alternatives to corporal punishment.
- Assist police and local council to follow up on child abuse and gender based violence cases in relation to rape, defilement and corporal punishment.
- To host 120 volunteers from Ireland and the UK in Uganda.