The Community Health Rights Network is an Non-Government Organisation that was established in November 2013 working in alliance with Community based organisations, Community Health Workers, Individuals and Learning Institutions accross Uganda with an aim of Advocating, Advancing, promoting and defending Sexual Reproductive Health Rights of the vulnerable and marginalised target groups from Community grassroots levels in Uganda.
We aim at Advancing, Promoting and Defending the Right to Health including Sexual Reproductive health for Priority and Key Affected Populations at the grass-root level communities in Uganda.
A model Community where everyone is happy and healthy. Mission; We aim at transforming people from the grass root communities and Democratize the means to Sexual Reproductive Health Rights and Services in Uganda. Organisational statement; Advancing, promoting and Defending Sexual Reproductive Health Rights of the vulnerable and marginalised target groups from the grass root community people in Uganda
Our Cores values.
- Passion: Ever passionate, Powerful and compelling in all that we do.
- Team work: Always with Combined actions for effectiveness and efficiency.
- Intergrity: Always with a quality of honesty and strong moral principles.
- Professional Rigor: Always use individual team Capacity to reach our Set goals.
- Accountability: Always stand responsible to all that we do.
- Non Discrimination: We always treat people fairly irrespective of their characteristics.
Our Core Objectives
- To advocate, promote and defend for universal access to sexual and reproductive health services and rights for the Priority and Key Affected populations at the community grass root levels in Uganda.
- To sensitize and offer legal aid to the Priority and Key Affected population groups from the grass root communities about / whose sexual and reproductive health rights have been violated.
- To sensitize the Priority and Key Affected Population groups on both local and international laws and policies on sexual reproductive health rights in order to promote a culture of respect.