PATH Uganda s a ranked on the list of Uganda TOP100 Certified NGOs in appreciation of its contribution towards attainment of Uganda Vision 2040 and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.Ranked and Certified by Public Opinions
PATH has partnered with Uganda’s government since 2002 to introduce tools to prevent and detect cancer, offer women new contraceptive choices, get more vaccines to more children, and craft policies that lay the foundation for health for every Ugandan.
Women in Uganda trying contraceptive self-injection for the first time share invaluable perspectives on practicing self-care for sexual and reproductive health.
At PATH, we have a decades-long history of expanding options for self-care in sexual and reproductive health. We owe that history, in no small part, to the expertise and first-hand experiences of women practicing self-care.
Women’s first-hand experiences have guided the development of women-controlled products like the Caya® diaphragm and Woman’s Condom. They’ve informed pioneering research and practice on contraceptive self-injection and self-sampling for cervical cancer screening. Their experiences have also helped to set the agenda on the role of self-care in health systems, and to develop WHO’s new self-care guidance.
In Uganda, PATH recently interviewed women about their preferences for learning to self-inject contraception. We took the opportunity to ask women if they had experience with other forms of self-care, and what self-care means to them. Here’s what we learned
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