1. A Healthy living for a healthy young generation HIV/AIDs

To promote a healthy living for the young generation in TUA, Uganda, a comprehensive HIV/AIDS program is envisioned, encompassing educational initiatives on transmission, prevention, and stigma reduction. This program integrates youth-friendly health services, regular testing and counseling, condom distribution, and peer education. Utilizing social media and technology, it aims to create accessible and engaging content. Support services, community mobilization, and empowerment programs are included to address the broader context. Emphasizing gender-based violence prevention and partnering with schools, healthcare providers, and community organizations, the program seeks to foster a holistic approach. 

2. Right2Grow Project

TUA Uganda is a subgrantee of the Right2Grow initiative through The Hunger Project Uganda dedicated to enhancing the well-being of children under the age of 5 in order to unlock their full potential. This comprehensive program focuses on improving nutrition, food security, and Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) practices. By addressing these fundamental factors, the initiative aims to prevent stunting and eradicate malnutrition, ensuring that every child can thrive physically and cognitively. Through a multi-faceted approach, Right2Grow aspires to create an environment where children have access to nutritious food, clean water, and proper sanitation, laying the foundation for a healthy and prosperous future.

3. Inclusion of PWDs

TUA Uganda advocates for the inclusion of persons with disabilities and supporting disadvantaged individuals is a crucial and compassionate initiative. This advocacy involves promoting equal opportunities, accessibility, and social acceptance for people with disabilities. It also encompasses providing support to those facing economic, social, or educational disadvantages. Through awareness campaigns, policy advocacy, and community engagement, the goal is to break down barriers and foster an inclusive society that values and supports the unique abilities and needs of all individuals.

4. Sustainable Environment

Protecting the environment and national resources is imperative for sustainable development, TUA Uganda educates communities on the importance of preserving natural resources and mitigating climate change. This involves raising awareness about sustainable practices, such as waste reduction, energy conservation, and responsible water use. The program also focus on promoting biodiversity conservation, tree planting initiatives, and advocating for policies that support environmental protection.

5. Financial Literacy and Inclusion

Promoting financial literacy as a mindset change is a transformative approach to improving household income. This initiative involves equipping individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to make informed financial decisions, cultivate responsible spending habits, and build a foundation for economic stability. The program aims to shift mindsets by fostering an understanding of budgeting, savings, investment, and debt management. It encourages a proactive attitude toward financial planning, emphasizing the long-term benefits of strategic money management. 

6. Food Security

Promoting food security through the implementation of kitchen gardens at the household level is a practical and impactful initiative. This program encourages every household to cultivate a small garden within their premises, fostering self-sufficiency in food production. By providing training on gardening techniques, seed selection, and sustainable practices, the program aims to empower individuals to grow their own nutritious fruits, vegetables, and herbs. This not only contributes to improved dietary diversity but also serves as a cost-effective means of supplementing household income.