UNICEF keeps Ugandan children and mothers alive through disease prevention; antenatal care; nutrition; community health; water, sanitation and hygiene interventions; and HIV/AIDS prevention and care.
UNICEF keeps children safe by responding to violence against children and women; increasing birth registrations for children under five; and strengthening child protection policies and planning.
To keep children learning, UNICEF works with partners to improve the quality of schools and learning; promote and expand the Girls’ Education Movement; and support early childhood development.
UNICEF Uganda is developing innovations in order to fast-track the achievement of key results for children, increase access to information and help the Government plan for better service delivery.
UNICEF works in key cross-sector areas that strengthen our core efforts. They include: Communication; Communication for Development; Disaster and Risk Reduction; and Social Policy and Evaluation.