Online Public Access Catalogue
The Uganda AIDS Commission Resource Centre Online Public Access Catalogue contains a comprehensive list of HIV and AIDS Information materials in NADIC on the National Response. To make your search and reading easier, please check below an abstract has been provided for all materials in the Catalogue. You can search the database for any HIV related information that is available at UAC.
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ABSTRACTS OF INFORMATION MATERIALS AVAILABLE IN THE LIBRARY
1. Parliamentary HIV and AIDS Communication ToolKit, Parliamentary Standing Committee on HIV and AIDS of the 10th Parliament
The Parliament of Uganda has developed the HIV and AIDS Communication Toolkit to enhance and strengthen the Parliament’s participation in the fight against AIDS. The toolkit is intended to guide members of parliament in the continued efforts to end HIV and AIDS epidemic by 2030. Available in the library for Loan/borrowing.
2. Uganda AIDS Country Progress Report July 2017-June 2018: Enhancing HIV Mainstreaming towards ending AIDS as a Public Health threat in Uganda by 2030, Uganda AIDS Commission, September 2018.
The report presents the country progress of the third year of Uganda’s NSP (2015/16-2019/20) implementation that builds on previous achievements since 2016/17. It is divided into three main sections which include: the introduction summarizes the review approach and report compilation process; the overview of HIV epidemic in Uganda; and, the progress made during the FY 2017/2018. The report also highlights key challenges and implementation gaps as well as recommendations that could be implemented to improve the national response in the coming years. . Available in the library for Loan/Borrowing.
3. Mid-Term Review of the National HIV and AIDS Strategic Plan (NSP) 2015/2016-2019/2020, Uganda AIDS Commission, August 2018
The Uganda AIDS Commission (UAC) developed the National HIV and AIDS Strategic Plan (NSP) 2015/2016-2019/2020 in July 2015 to guide implementation of the multi-sectoral response and align HIV and AIDS interventions and plans to key drivers of the epidemic. This Mid-Term Review (MTR) documents progress towards achievement of the set targets following the implementation of the NSP over two and half years (July 2015- December 2017). The overall objective of the Mid Term Review was to assess National HIV and AIDS Strategic Plan progress, lessons learnt and make recommendations as well as develop the new National Priority Action Plan (NPAP) for the remaining period (2018/19-2019/20). It therefore assesses the progress of implementing the NSP and to inform planning for the remaining period of the NSP in an effort to realize its overall goal. Available in the library for Loan/Borrowing
4. National HIV and AIDS Priority Action Plan 2018/2019-2019/2020, Uganda AIDS Commission, August 2018
The National HIV and AIDS strategic plan 2015/2016-2019/2020(NSP) was developed to guide implementation of the multi-sectoral response. It provides strategic actions aimed to address the gaps and challenges identified in the 2015 Mid-Term Review (MTR) of the National HIV and AIDS Strategic Plan 2011/2012 – 2014/2015. The present NSP builds on the achievements registered in the national response during the 2010-2015 implementation period. The NSP further builds upon the vision of the NSP 2011/2012-2014/2015, and subscribes to the country’s vision statement contained in Uganda Vision 2040, “a Transformed Uganda Society from a Peasant to a Modern and Prosperous Country within 30 Years.”
The development of the National HIV and AIDS Priority Action Plan (NPAP) for the remaining two years (2018/2019-2019/2020) of the NSP was informed by the key findings of the 2018Mid-Term Review of the NSP 2015/2016-2019/20 on the progress of implementation with focus on the achievements registered, the key challenges and gaps, lessons learnt and best practices as well as the current dynamics of the HIV &AIDS epidemic. It highlights the revised strategic actions and activities to each of the objectives in the NSP 2015/2016-2019/2020. Available in the library for Loan/Borrowing
5. Ministerial Policy Statement for the Presidency FY 2019/20
The mandate, functions and powers of H.E the President and H.E. the Vice President (the Presidency) are provided for under Articles 98, 99 and 108 of the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda. The Vision of the Presidency is: “A secure, well Governed and Developed Nation” while the Mission is: “To provide Leadership in Public Policy Management and Good Governance for National Development.” For that reason, the outputs for the five Votes under the Presidency namely: Vote 001-Office of the President; Vote 002- State House; Vote 107-Uganda AIDS Commission; Vote 112- Ethics and Integrity; and Vote 159- External Security Organization, continue to be guided by the aforementioned Vision and Mission. This Ministerial Policy Statement for the Presidency details the Performance for the FY 2018/19 and gives detailed Budget Estimates for the above mentioned Votes for the Financial year 2019/20. Available in the library for Reference Services
6. Accelerating Uganda’s Development: Ending Child Marriage, Educating Girls, The World Bank Group, 2017.
This Economic Update highlights the economic costs of child marriage, early childbearing and low educational attainment for girls. It argues that educating girls, ending child marriage and preventing early childbearing is essential for girls to have agency, not only as future wives and mothers, but also as a productive workforce that contributes to the development of the country. Specifically, lowering population growth, the fertility rate, and the dependency ratio, will raise the productivity of the labor force, hence offering an opportunity to accelerate economic growth. Even more fundamentally, girls marrying, having children, or dropping out of school early are disempowered in ways that deprive them of their basic rights. Additional material relating to this report can be found on the World Bank Uganda website (www.worldbank.org/uganda) Available in the library for Reference Services.
7. An Assessment of the Compatibility of Ugandan Legislation with the Convention on the Rights of the Child, Uganda Human Rights Commission, 2017
This report presents an assessment of the compatibility of the legislation of Uganda with the rights ad principles recognized by the Convention and its two Optional Protocols to which Uganda became a party in 2001 and 2002 respectively. The purpose of the assessment was two-fold: To identify legislative provisions that are incompatible with international standards, as well as the gaps where the legislation fails to recognize or does not adequately recognize or protect international Human rights standards. The findings indicated that some legislations were compatible with the CRC including: those on nationality; child protection; alternative care; juvenile justice; crimes against children; and treatment of child victims in Uganda. However, some others, as this assessment revealed, had gaps and did not comply with some of the standards in the CRC and other international and regional human rights treaties. Available in the library for Reference Services.
8. Financing HIV/AIDS and Gender Based Violence (GBV) in Infrastructure Projects in Uganda: An Analytical Study, UNDP & UAC, March 2019.
This report is one of a series of steps that government, through the Uganda AIDS Commission, is exploring on raising domestic resources through the infrastructure projects to ensure that all proposed interventions for HIV/AIDS and Gender Based Violence (GBV) are implemented efficiently and effectively. The report will support UACs work of coordinating implementation of HIV/AIDS mainstreaming strategy in Uganda. Available in the library for Loan/borrowing.
9. National Sexuality Education Framework, Ministry of Education and Sports, 2018
This frame work was developed as a response to the urgent need for a National Policy Framework to guide the teaching of Sexuality Education and development and dissemination of related materials in schools. It seeks to create an over-arching national direction for providing young people with sexuality education in the formal education setting. Available in the library for Reference Services.
10. Guidelines for Multi-Sectorial HIV and AIDS Mainstreaming in Uganda, Uganda AIDS Commission, February 2018.
These guidelines respond to an urgent need by the Government of Uganda for a practical guidance on how to effectively mainstream HIV and AIDS in all public and non-public sector programs, as one of the key strategies to achieve the goal of ending AIDS as a public health problem by 2030. They act as a guide to effectively mainstream and scale-up HIV and AIDS programs in public and non-public sectors. Available for loan/ borrowing.
11. Acceleration of HIV Prevention in Uganda: A road map towards zero new infections by 2030; Towards sustainability, ownership and resilient HIV prevention systems, Uganda AIDS Commission, November 2018.
This road map was developed with the goal of ending AIDS by 2030. It provides strategic information needed to make decisions for well-coordinated and efficient HIV prevention interventions. Available in the Library for loan/borrowing.
12. Report of the National Governance Peace and Security Survey 2017, Uganda Bureau of Statistics, April 2018.
This survey report aimed at putting together statistical data on Governance, Peace and Security to inform and monitor legal and administrative initiatives of the Government of Uganda on the Rule of law, Human Rights, Transparency and Accountability and Democratic Governance among others. It provides benchmark data for some indicators on Governance, Peace and Security at national and international levels. Available in the library for Reference Services.
13. Women in Local Government: Baseline Statistics for Local Council levels III-V in Uganda, Uganda Bureau of Statistics, July 2017.
This report generated baseline information on women’s participation in local government elective politics with a purpose of broadening the knowledge about the gender gap in elective political leadership in local governments. Available in the library for Reference Services
14. Strategy for the Development of Gender Statistics 2018/19 – 2019/20: Illuminating the path towards Gender Equality in Uganda, Uganda Bureau of Statistics, March 2018.
This report elaborates the implementation and financing plan which translates the strategies into compatible actions to be accomplished to improve the production and availability of gender statistics. In addition, it presents proposed dissemination techniques and higher promotional mechanisms in the use of gender statistics. Available in the library for Reference Services
15. Guidelines for Mainstreaming Gender in Statistical Production, Uganda Bureau of Statistics, December 2018.
This guideline on gender statistics in Uganda responds to the need for: systematic organizational and methodological guidance on engendering statistical production processes, outputs and outcomes; identification of data sources, statistical classifications, questionnaire construction and other issues for gender statistics in the country, and will complement the gender statistics training tool. It was prepared to assist Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), as well as Local Governments (LGs) in Uganda to understand, assess, plan, collect, process, interpret and report gender responsive statistics and policies. Available in the library for Reference Services
16. Advocacy and Dissemination Strategy for Gender Statistics 2018/19 – 2019/20, Uganda Bureau of Statistics, March 2018
This strategy presents guidelines and strategic objectives to be achieved towards the institutionalization of gender statistics in Uganda. It provides strategies translated into compatible actions to be undertaken for improved advocacy and dissemination techniques to promote the use of gender statistics in planning, programme implementation and decision-making. Available in the library for Reference Services
17. National Priority Gender Equality Indicators: Illuminating the Path towards Gender Equality in Uganda, Uganda Bureau of Statistics, December 2018
These Indicators are intended to guide development and production of gender responsive indicators in the country. They are anchored on the Plan for National Development Plan (NDPII) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Available in the library for Reference Services
18. Liberation Magazine 2019: A moment of glory that set a new chapter for unity, peace and prosperity in Uganda.
A magazine that portrays the NRM achievements since it liberated Uganda 33years ago on January 26th 1986. It gives a detailed description of the past, present and future aspects of Uganda clearly clarifying the vision of the President towards Uganda’s growth and development. Available in the library for loan/borrowing.
19. The Uganda National Parenting Guidelines, Ministry of Gender, Labour & Social Development, May 2018.
This book presents guidelines for comprehensive and integrated, multisectoral interventions to parenting. It targets the parents, guardians and caregivers as primary users in ensuring that the role of parenting is duly fulfilled. It also provides principles and practical skills that the Family, Community, Government, Agencies and other Partners can employ to undertake to achieve the desired parenting role for holistic development of the child and beyond. Available in the library for Reference Services.
20. State of Uganda Population Report 2018: Good Governance; a Prerequisite to Harness the Demographic Dividend for Sustainable Development, National Population Council, 2018.
This report focuses on governance as one of the drivers/ wheels for harnessing the Demographic Dividend in Uganda. The report analyses the implications of Governance in Development policies and programmes for the delivery of quality public services that would contribute to a demographic dividend and socio-economic transformation in Uganda. It is intended for the wider audience, including policy and decision makers, opinion leaders, researchers, academia, Government and other stakeholders engaged in improving the quality of life of the people of Uganda. Available for loan/ borrowing.
21. State of Uganda Population Report 2017: Transforming Uganda’s Economy; Opportunities to Harness the Demographic Dividend for Sustainable Development, National Population Council, 2017.
This report focuses on the Economy as one of the drivers/ wheels for harnessing the Demographic Dividend in Uganda. Information in the report was gathered from a wide range of sources and it is aimed at raising awareness and it highlighted the important population policy actions. Available in the Library for Reference.