Most At Risk Populations' Society in Uganda (MARPS in Uganda)
MOST AT RISK POPULATIONS’ SOCIETY IN UGANDA (MARPS in Uganda)
Background and History
MOST AT RISK POPULATIONS’ SOCIETY IN UGANDA (MARPS in Uganda) was formed as a fully fledged merger of three other organizations by Health care Providers and Human Rights Activists.
Its purpose is fivefold: to be the social support affirming non-heterosexual normativity; provide Information, Education, Communication and Protective Prophylaxis to beneficiaries; provide short residence support to evicted beneficiaries; and join all networks that inform HIV/Mental Health Response in Africa and the world.
Vision: A world in which all people are empowered to contribute to thriving communities.
Long Term mission: - To establish spaces in which it is possible to engage in full community life, enjoy happiness and are assured of fuller quality life without vulnerabilities to HIV/AIDS and STIs.