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  • The End of Her Tears
    Resty’s story is shared with her consent. Like so many young women in Uganda, Resty developed fistula during the birth of her first child. She was unable to deliver naturally and was taken for c-section one full day after starting labor. Due to severe complications, Resty subsequently underwent a hysterectomy. One day later, her child passed away. Because Resty’s family … Read more
  • Brick by Brick
    Yassin, from a village called Namunkanaga 1, discusses his family’s journey to adopt healthy behaviors, including good sanitation and hygiene practices.
  • Read UVP’s 2022 Annual Report
    Dear UVP Friends and Family, It is with great joy and pride that we present UVP’s 2022 Annual Report! As we look back on 2022, we are overwhelmed with gratitude for UVP’s many programmatic successes and diligence to deliver high-quality, evidence-based programs. The entire team — staff, Board, Fistula Ambassadors, VHTs, and our local partners — demonstrated resilience and dedication … Read more


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