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Aunt KAKI SRHR Toll-Free Helpline Visual Counselling Option

The Community Health Rights Network (COHERINET) has incorporated Aunt KAKI SRHR Toll-Free Helpline with a visual counselling option. Talk to Aunt KAKI through the established WhatsApp number (+256 741 901782).

The visual counselling option has come in to create a more engaging multimedia face to face interaction between the counselor and the client as an avenue to strengthen the bond between the two.

Its is a  human user friendly and high performance platform equipped with empowered friendly professional medical counselors ready to offer reliable SRH information and referrals especially to the vulnerable and  marginalized women and girls of reproductive age from majorly the community grassroots levels.

Majorly offered services include:- Family planning, Comprehensive abortion care, UTIs and STDs.

The Visual Counselling services are available from 8:00am-10:00pm EAT  everyday.

Article by Enzaru Emmanuela Aloro

Score Card at Akugoba

COHERINET conducted a score card session at Akugoba Maternity Clinic-Kawempe in a project aimed at Mobilizing Grass root communities to Reduce Maternal Mortality led by  Mirembe Mariam the Project Coordinator focusing on  monitoring the uptake of SRH  services, empowering marginalized women and girls, and improving  the accountability of service providers at the Facility.

The Marginalized woman and Girls attending the Score Card Session.


The  exercises provided the women and girls in reproductive age with  the opportunity to analyze services such as Family Planning, Post Abortion Care and Comprehensive Abortion Care.

“Most of these women are biased that is why  we need more of such sessions to educate them and get  their personal perceptions towards Sexual Reproductive Health Commodities and Services.”  Mirembe Mariam

The SRH service providers  were also  encouraged to continue with the good work and the a common collaboration between rights holders and duty bearers, the provision of SRHR services can sustainably change for the better.

Project Funded by Bergstrom Foundation

Article by  Ali Hassan Kabunga