About us

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.


Updating you on the latest events and activities



The statistics below indicate how much we have done to ensure the people in Busoga Region get access to health services

Number of People Reached
Number of SRH Services
Number of Peer Educators
Number of Health Workers


...I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full. John 10:10 New International Version (NIV)

Our service

Short Activity Gallery

At FLEP we serve the communities at all time regardless, guided by our biblical foundation

Sports and Games Approach

Engagin young people to voice their rights

Menstrual Health Programs

Keeping the young girls in school

Quality of Care Monitoring

Youth led monitoring to ensure delivery of quality YFS.

SRHR Alliance

Working together with SRHR Alliance partners.

Intergrated SRHR/HIV Outreaches

We bring services closer to people who cannot access them.

Working with Religious Leaders

Engage religious leaders in the community as SRHR champions

Sexuality Education

Disseminate information on SRHR to the youth to make informed decisions

Social Accountability

Engaging youth leaders to conduct community scorecard sessions.


We would like to keep you updated on the status of activities this year at all time.

Planned Activities

GUSO Report Compilation and Submission

RHITES-EC Project Milestone Reports Compiliation and Submission

Resoure Mobilization

Annual Year planning meeting

Quarterly perfomance review meetings

Refresher trainings for GUSO and Porticus Projects

Training of MDD group in SRHR

Training of VHTs in YFS delivery so as to mentor Peer Educators

Conduct Sub-county level debate and Quiz competition on SRHR for out of school young people

Facilitate peer educators to mobilize, counsel, distribute condoms and dispense contracetives to young people during intergrated HIV/SRHR outreaches.

Conduct home based outreaches/visits for young people with disabilities

Quarterly HUMC meetings in the 18 health facilities to discuss stock out challanges/SRHR issues affecting young people

Activities Done

Sub-County Level Debates
Support Supervision

Work in Progress

Under the GUSO Program, we are still conducting sub-county level debates for young people on issues affecting them in their communities in regards to Sexual Reproductive Health Rights.
We are still conducting intergrated outreaches in the districts of Jinja, Mayuge and Iganga in order to bring services closer to those people who cannto access them from the health facilities.
We are reaching out to young people in church with SRHR information and services since they are also often leftout in issues regarding their sexuality.


FLEP offices are open monday to friday from 8:00am to 5:30pm. We will be glad to serve you at our special clinic at the headquarters.


Contact Info

Family Life Education Program (FLEP)
31 Rotary Avenue (Baxi Road)
P.O. Box 5083, Jinja Jinja Uganda,
P: +256 434 120 364 +256 758 945 222 E: info@flepuganda.org Web: www.flepuganda.org