Link Up Project

The Link Up consortium is a global HIV and sexual reproductive health (HIV/SRH) integration project carried out in five countries: Bangladesh, Burundi, Ethiopia, Myanmar, and Uganda led by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance (IHAA). Studies conducted under Link Up aim to identify and evaluate effective program strategies, and fill specific knowledge gaps about critical HIV and sexual and reproductive health (SRH) issues affecting key populations. In Uganda the collaborators are Population Council, Community Health Alliance Uganda (CHAU), Marie Stopes-Uganda (MSU), and Child Health and Development Centre (CHDC).  The focus of the research has been on young people