PCAU has partnered with multiple civil society organizations to evaluate the accessibility of palliative care services for persons living with disabilities.
Many articles found here are from our Partnership Newsletter.
The RTH program profoundly impacts the lives of the children it serves, offering the care and resources essential for a dignified and fulfilling life.
This summer, I spent my time completing a field internship through Global Partners in Care (GPIC) with the Hospice Foundation and the Palliative Care Association of Uganda (PCAU).
The Advance Diploma in Palliative Care Nursing (ADPCN) program is key to building capacity of health workers in palliative care and increasing the personnel offering the service in Uganda.
Roberta extended her trip by a week from her original plan – there was just too much to do in a short time!
The annual camp and empowerment retreat are special times for the Road to Hope children to gather with one another and to interact with the entire PCAU team.
Judy Porter and Gary Cromer state that their favorite part of Road to Hope sponsorship is the relationship they are able to build with the children.
Center for Hospice Care and Hospice Foundation hosted the Palliative Care Association of Uganda on an exchange visit from October 24th – November 12th.
The Palliative Care Association of Uganda has made a mark in its efforts to enhance the inclusion of Persons Living with Disabilities (PWDs) through accessing pain relief and palliative care services in Uganda.
Center for Hospice Care/Hospice Foundation (CHC/HF) is hosting the Palliative Care Association of Uganda (PCAU) for three weeks from October 24 to November 12, 2022 on an exchange visit.
The Palliative Care Association of Uganda recently released their 2021 Annual Report.