We are a vibrant, coordinated, diverse, intersectional community-led National Consortium of Key Populations (KPs) uniting KPs in Uganda and pioneering the coordination of KP programmes. We are pioneering collective organising by KP groups, organisations and national networks towards better health and human rights, legal and policy frameworks, socioeconomic justice and inclusion in Uganda. We were formed on 19th July 2018 with a primary aim of bringing together representatives of Key Populations to collectively define and advocate for issues of common concern that include; health and human rights, response to shrinking resources and space for KP-led organizations.
We are the Community!
The UKPC Institutional Objectives are:
UKPC prides in its 5 Core Values and Principles:
Key Populations effectively coordinated and have secured full social, political, legal and economic inclusion in society
To spearhead and coordinate Key Populations towards the realization of health rights, human rights and socio-economic justice
Our Membership is comprised of national key population CSO networks in Uganda, individual organisations (NGOs and CBOs) and other KP organisations that are not part of the national networks. To date, we have a robust membership of eighty-six (86) Members comprised of KP-led, KP-focused and KP programming national networks, national organisations and community-based organisations.