Uganda Harm Reduction Network (UHRN)
Uganda Harm Reduction Network (UHRN) is a drug user led national network established in 2008 and registered in 2014 under Reg. No. 181733 to respond to the drug use crisis in Uganda.
The network works to advocate for practical interventions aimed at supporting and addressing issues of people who use and inject drugs (PWUIDs) especially youth. UHRN seeks to provide a national platform for health and policy programs that promote good practices and advocate for a supportive environment for the adoption, implementation and expansion of harm reduction programs for People Who Use and Inject Drugs (PWUIDs) in Uganda. The network provides a country-wide systematic and all-inclusive coordination structure for people who use and inject drugs (PWUIDs) with a growing subscriber base of over 4500 PWIDs and over 26 grass root drug user led and serving CSOs and CBOs spread across the 40 districts in Uganda.