In partnership with AHF-Uganda Cares, Peer To Peer Uganda (PEERU) and other partners implemented the Girls Act campaign in 2016 dubbed Girls Kisoboka in Masaka, Malaba and Kampala targeting young women and adolescent girls from all walks of life. The campaign is a multi-institutional drive that primarily aimed at scaling up the uptake of HIV/AIDS services and other connected support services. The campaign reached over 30,000 young people with HIV prevention information and over 3000 people receiving HIV services. The campaign brought together various partners including Public Health Ambassadors Uganda, Uganda Network of young people living with HIV/AIDS among other partners who joined the drive to achieve the UNAIDS 90 90 90 global targets targeting girls and young women with HIV information and services integrated with entertainment.
The multi-institutional campaign, intended at;