The acronym “DREAMS” stands for Determined Resilient Empowered AIDS-free Mentored and Safe women. The project supports DREAMS activities in the districts of Rakai and Kyotera,.

DREAMS focuses on the reduction of HIV incidence in adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) aged between 15 – 24 years by delivering a package of evidence-based interventions that include;

  • Condom promotion
  • HIV testing and counselling
  • Community mobilization and norms change
  • Post violence care
  • Parenting/care-giver programs
  • Expanded and improved contraceptive mix
  • Combined socio-economic approaches
  • Educational subsides and cash transfers.

Watch our DREAMS Success Stories

Doreen Namutyaba - Income Generating Project

Doreen's life turned around after she enrolled in the DREAMS program. She is now an empowered young girl.

Grace Siima - Vocational Skilling

From being a housewife, to owning a hairdressing small business, Grace Siima is happy with her achievements and dreams of more

Brenda Namutunzi - Education Subsidy

Brenda's biggest fear is the day she won't be able to continue studying in school because her mother can not afford her school fees.

Christine Namukwaya - Vocational Skilling

Disabled at an early age, Christine was still struggling to fit in when she got pregnant at 14, enrolling in DREAMS program made her see a light at the end of the tunnel.

Cissy Naluwuge - Voluntary Counselling and Testing

Cissy speaks of how she contracted HIV as a teenager and how she is turning her life around to live positively.

Nakaweesi Winnie - Vocational Skilling

Vibrant Winnie is a happy empowered mother because what she learned from DREAMS program has sustained her financially.

Namutebi Jovia - GBV

Abandoned by her spouse and family, Jovia was at the brink of death. DREAMS and its partner organisations saved her and she now bustles in a full life better than before.


Improving the health of women

Improve Women's Productivity

Improve health of families and communities

In Uganda, Adolescent girls aged 15-19 years account for 62% of the new HIV infections in this age group. UDHS 2016

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