Adumi Road, Next to Asil Fuel Station, Arua City
PACEI actively involved in a projects focused on Reproductive Health Services, HIV/AIDS Awareness, and WASH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene).
Through its Reproductive Health Services, HIV/AIDS Awareness, and WASH project, PACEI aims to promote healthy lives, prevent the spread of diseases, and improve the overall well-being of the community. By addressing these issues, PACEI is contribute to building healthier, empowered, and more resilient communities.Here are some key initiatives undertaken by PACEI:
PACEI provides comprehensive reproductive health services to promote the well-being and rights of individuals within the community. The organization offers access to reproductive health information, family planning methods, and counseling services.
PACEI collaborates with local health centers and trained healthcare professionals to provide reproductive health screenings, antenatal and postnatal care, and support for maternal and child health. By empowering individuals with knowledge and access to reproductive health services, PACEI contributes to improved health outcomes and promotes reproductive rights.
PACEI plays a vital role in raising awareness about HIV/AIDS and promoting prevention strategies within the community. The organization conducts awareness campaigns, workshops, and educational sessions to disseminate accurate information about HIV transmission, prevention methods, and stigma reduction.
PACEI also facilitates voluntary HIV testing and counseling services, ensuring that individuals have access to confidential and non-judgmental support. Through these efforts, PACEI aims to reduce the incidence of new HIV infections, promote early detection, support those affected by HIV/AIDS and fight Malaria.
PACEI focuses on improving access to clean water, proper sanitation facilities, and promoting good hygiene practices within the community. The organization works to provide safe and sustainable water sources, such as boreholes or wells, and collaborates with communities to develop and maintain sanitation facilities, including toilets and handwashing stations.
PACEI conducts hygiene education programs, emphasizing the importance of handwashing, safe food handling, and proper waste management. By promoting WASH practices, PACEI contributes to reducing waterborne diseases and improving overall community health.
PACEI conducts capacity-building programs and training sessions to empower community members and healthcare providers with the knowledge and skills necessary to address reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, and WASH issues effectively.
These programs cover topics such as reproductive rights, safe sex practices, prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV, menstrual hygiene management, and water purification techniques. PACEI also facilitates the training of community health workers to deliver basic health services and support community outreach efforts.
PACEI actively engages with community members, local leaders, and relevant stakeholders to raise awareness, foster community ownership, and advocate for improved reproductive health services, HIV/AIDS prevention, and WASH infrastructure.
The organization encourages dialogue and community participation to identify and address specific needs and challenges. PACEI also collaborates with government agencies, partner organizations, and local health systems to advocate for policy changes and resource allocation in these areas.