Ensuring full access to Reproductive Health services and information will encourage smart life choices. Awareness and prevention is the stronghold of Droty Uganda’s fight against HIV/AIDS.
The first HIV/AIDS case in Uganda was found in Rakai district. Kyotera district was in 2017 curved out of Rakai district. Characteristically, these districts are poverty stricken and reported with higher HIV/AIDS prevalence (12%) young people being the most affected. More behavioural challenges are unwanted pregnancies, sexually transmitted infections, transactional and cross-generational sex that are grossly exploitative, especially for the girl child.