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Uganda Harm Reduction Network (UHRN) is a youth led drug user initiative established in 2011 as an NGO Reg. No. 181733 to respond to the drug use crisis in Uganda. The network works to advocate for practical interventions aimed at supporting and addressing issues of people who use drugs (PWUDs).

Our Partners »

Together we work hard with solid partners including government and the civil society both local and international to promote harm reduction resulting from drug abuse. Read More »

Take Action - Join Us »

The Uganda harm reduction network engages many activities in effort to tackle the negative effects of drug abuse in Uganda, you can join and take part in our work at different levels
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Drug Abuse Issues »

Uganda has weak data on drug users and extremely limited information available on people who use drugs in Uganda, and for most-at-risk populations in general. Read More »


The goal of UHRN programmes is to contribute to a society where drug users are healthy, have their human rights fully respected, and are in control of their livelihoods. Read More »

Archives »

UHRN maintains an archive of information to learn more about drug related issues in Uganda - See Archives »


Uganda has continued to experience a severe generalized HIV epidemic. Recent estimates put the number of new HIV infections at 140,000 with an approximate 1.6 million people living with HIV (MoH, 2014) - Read More »