Our vision

Our Biblical Foundation

Welcome to FLEP Uganda

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.

Our Mission

FLEP mission is to provide quality promotive, preventive and curative health services through partnership with communities and organizations while embracing the teachings of Christ

About Us

FLEP aims to increase access to, coverage of, and utilization of quality and comprehensive Reproductive Health, HIV&AIDS and TB prevention, care and treatment, and curative services to communities in East Central Uganda. Program service delivery revolves around 52 community based health centres and 546 community volunteer structure of Village Health Team.

Our Mission is to serve local communities throughout the Busoga Region by promoting and providing integrated high quality clinical, community based and mobile reproductive health services regardless of gender, creed or other circumstantial factors and conducted under the auspices and within the context of Christian principles and throughout sustained mutually supportive partnership and dialogue with communities and organizations

Our Core Values

  • Community management: To give the people themselves the opportunity and responsibility to the direction and management of the self-help initiatives.
  • Community participation: To work with, not for, the people, animating their talents, resources and energies in their own development.
  • Distinctness: To remain rooted in the church’s ministry structure, but to offer its services as a distinct entity.
  • Inclusiveness: To serve all people regardless of sex, age and creed.
  • Our Aims and Objectives
     To increase access to comprehensive health education including HIV&AIDS and Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) for children, young people and adults to enhance informed and healthier choices regarding their sexual health.
     To provide high quality integrated HIV&AIDS and SRHR services including maternal and child health, and curative services.
     To strengthen networks, linkages and referrals between public and private clinics to increase access to quality integrated HIV&AIDS and SRHR services to children, young people and adults.
     To advocate for greater respect of and access to HIV&AIDS and SRHR services for children, young people and adults.