Family Life Education Program (FLEP) is a private not-for-profit non-governmental organization founded in May 1986 under the auspices and patronage of the Church of Uganda Busoga Diocese. FLEP aims at increasing access to, coverage of, and utilization of quality and comprehensive reproductive health, TB and HIV&AIDS prevention, care and treatment services, and curative services to children, young people and adults in the 10 districts of East Central Uganda.Read On
FLEP mission is to provide quality promotive, preventive and curative health services through partnership with communities and organizations while embracing the teachings of Christ
We commemorated world AIDS day 2017 in the Districts of Mayuge, Kaliro and Iganga under the theme, Reaching Men, girls and young women to reduce new HIV infections. The day was honored by different dignitaries from the districts who included DHOs, RDCs and also Obwa Kyabazinga bwa Busoga. We gave out services including family planning and HTS. FLEP was recognized as one of the top major partners in fighting HIV/AIDS infections in the region and the district officials pledged their support to fight new infections and ensure complacency to ART, which has been the main issue in their respective districts.
On the 21st of November 2017, FLEP hosted a delegate from the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ms Angelique van der Made and Ms. Adokorach Judith from the Dutch Embassy of Uganda. They visited the Mayuge District Health Officials in an effort to find out how the district has played a role in the provision of youth friendly services in Mayuge. After they paid courtesy visit to Buwaiswa Health Center III, still in Mayuge to ensure and see how youth friendly services are provided to young people at the health facility. They also interacted with health workers and the young people they found at the facility.