UAC ESTABLISHMENT

Uganda AIDS Commission (UAC) was set up by an Act of Parliament (Cap 208) in 1992 to co-ordinate the national HIV multi-sectoral response.

UAC is responsible for overseeing the implementation of the ‘Three Ones’ principles in the coordination of a national response i.e.

  • One National AIDS Coordinating Authority
  • One strategic plan
  • One monitoring framework

VISION STATEMENT

“A world class HIV/AIDS coordinating institution steering Uganda towards an HIV free generation”

MISSSION STATEMENT

“To provide the overall leadership, coordination and management of the multi-sectoral HIV and AIDs response”

GOAL

“A strategically repositioned and strengthened Uganda AIDS Commission for effective and efficient coordination of the Uganda’s Multi-sectoral HIV and AIDS response”.

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

  1. To strengthen Governance and Management Systems
  2. Resource Mobilisation
  3. To enhance Advocacy and Communication for the National HIV Response
  4. To strengthen Strategic Information for Evidence Based Decision Making

This is summarised in the Figure below:

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