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
#GetUpSpeakOut4Peace The right to health and progress towards achieving universal access to Sexual Reproductive Health remains a major public challenge in Uganda. #SRH services are provided through a reproductive health care delivery system that operates at the national and district levels, through both the health facility and community outreach. � Among the many activities for Day 2 of the 2017 Alliance week, today the secretariat and the #GetUpSpeakOut Program Coordinators from all alliance organizations presented the #GetUpSpeakOut Program and theory of change to the District leaders of Iganga with a bid to foster social accountability and involvement of the district to implement and facilitate the outcomes of the Program.
FLEP GUSO project conducted a youth led quality of care monitoring exercise of selected health facilities in Jinja, Iganga and Mayuge. The exercise was aimed at ascertaining the quality of youth friendly SRH service provision at the health facilities, youth peer educators conducted the exercise through exchange visits under the supervision of the project coordinator and M&E officer. Some of the objectives of the exercise were to ascertain health center characteristics, Services provided, Youth corner, IEC Materials, Service provider characteristics, Program Characteristics, Numbers of young people served and challenges faced during service provision.