The Ministry of Health Uganda, is a government body set up with the mandate of policy formulation and policy dialogue with Health Development Partners, resource mobilization and budgeting, strategic planning, regulation, advising other ministries on health matters.
IDI is a Ugandan not-for-profit organisation whose Mission is to strengthen health Systems in Africa, with a strong emphasis on infectious diseases, through research and capacity development.

The Johnson & Johnson Corporate Citizenship Trust is responsible for managing Johnson & Johnson (J&J) Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs across Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). The mission of the Trust is to make sustainable, long-term differences in human health. It does this by investing in strategic partnerships and innovative solutions that add value to society and impact people’s lives.
Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation-Uganda is a national not-for-profit child health and development organization providing family-centered pediatric HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment service, health professional training, and clinical research in Uganda. Baylor-Uganda is affiliated with Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative (BIPAI).


At Janssen, we are dedicated to addressing and solving some of the most important unmet medical needs of our time in oncology, immunology, neuroscience, infectious diseases and vaccines, and cardiovascular and metabolic diseases. Driven by our commitment to patients, we bring innovative products, services and solutions to people throughout the world.

Community Health and Information Network (CHAIN) is a not for profit Civil Society Organization set up in 2004 in Uganda.
CHAIN promotes the empowerment of people living with and affected by HIV&AIDS, tuberculosis (TB), malaria and non-communicable diseases (NCDs).

TASO is an indigenous HIV/AIDS service organization in Uganda founded in 1987 by Noerine Kaleeba and 15 other colleagues some of whom have now passed away due to AIDS. The founding of TASO was based on people that were unified by common experiences faced when encountering HIV/AIDS at a time.
The Joint Clinical Research Centre (JCRC) in Kampala, Uganda was founded in 1990 as a joint partnership between the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Defence. The clinic is affiliated with Makerere University and receives support from both government and private resources, including DDCF and competitive grants.