Services We Offer
Sexual Health Education and Advocacy
We work to increase access to sexual and reproductive health care for the LGBT community.
We recognize that HIV/AIDS information and medical care is a human right for all, including the LGBT community, MSM, and MSW individuals.
We conduct outreach and education about HIV/AIDS through music, dance, drama, and recreational activities like film screenings and games. We also give health talks and provide peer counseling and support. We provide HIV and STI testing and referrals to medical care including HIV and STI treatment, PEP, PREP, and on-going follow up care.
We promote condom and water-based lubricant use. The Kampus Liberty Uganda office is also a Drop in Center where LGBT persons can walk in and pick up materials such as condoms and lubricants.
- Managed to partner with major health service providers who are friendly to the LGBTI/SW in terms of health service provision to the key population category. They include: TASO Uganda, MARPI Mulago and Reach out Mbuya.
- TASO Uganda was able to give us the opportunity of orienting its health workers in all its centers of excellence and doing the major role of mobilizing the LGBT community so that it can implement its key population programs.
- We have managed to get 20 peer educators trained in HIV/AIDS and other STIs sensitization, care, support and referral.
- We carryout monthly voluntary counseling and testing (VCT) with each of the above health service providers while we play the major role of mobilizing LGBT/SW members in the community.
- We also carryout sensitizations on HIV/AIDS, STIs and risky sexual behavior on a monthly basis in all the districts we operate in.
- Our peer educators do the distribution of health consumables such as condoms and lubricants on a peer to peer basis as one of the ways of minimizing the risks of HIV/AIDS infections and spread
- We do monthly peer educators meetings to reconcile and review the peer educator’s reports.
- We have so far spread and covered six (6) districts of Kampala, Entebbe, Masaka, Jinja, Mbale and Soroti. Extending the same services while also orienting the health workers on how to serve the LGBT/SW communities in the respective districts.
- We have successfully covered at least 2160 members of the LGBT community in Uganda with our health services in the districts we have covered and still growing.
- We have also identified peer leaders in all the districts where we are so far operating to ease the referrals in the respective districts.