Welcome to Mbale Network of Young People living with HIV/AIDs - MNYPA

Quality life for Young People Living with and affected by HIV and AIDS

Mbale Network of Young People Living with HIV/AIDS (MNYPA) is a regional network which exists to improve the quality of life for young people living with and affected by HIV in Eastern Uganda and it’s driven by the needs of young people and implements an evidence based advocacy. MNYPA is located on plot 20, Bubilabi Lane, Somero Cell,“Half London” Mbale City MNYPA was established in 2017 to respond to Sexual Reproductive Health Rights needs of young people living with and affected by HIV, Teenage Pregnancy, Gender inequality, Sexual Gender Based Violations and health problems against marginalized Groups of young people. MNYPA has 6 programmatic areas namely; Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights, HIV related stigma and discrimination, Evidence based advocacy, Gender based Violence, Teenage pregnancy and socio-economic empowerment.

Young People Living with HIV/AIDs reached with our Campaign
Young people reached out with Sexual Reproductive information
Reached with GBV support services
Reached through our community SRH service delivery

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Help Raise public awareness about prevention,treatment,and living with the disease,as well as supporting those affected by it.


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The work you do will make a positive impact on these communities – and it will be incredibly rewarding for you as a volunteer/Donor.

Our Projects

We have learnt, Re-learnt and Un-learnt through this Journey

PITCH Project

Transforming Lives for Young people and vulnerable populations

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REAct Project

The REACT Rights Evidence Action is a community based human rights monitoring and response system.

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Building Resilient Communities Project

An increased access and uptake of Sexual Reproductive Health Services with minimized Gender Based Violence.

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Y Plus (Y+) Beauty Pageant

Y+ Beauty pageant which is a unique model campaign promoting beauty with “Zero Discrimination” fighting stigma and discrimination against young people living and affected with HIV.

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Recent Events

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Ending Gender Based Violence among Adolescent Girls and Young Women
Ending Gender Based Violence among Adolescent Girls and Young Women

Siri Pads
Siri Pads
International Day of The Girl Child
International Day of The Girl Child
Resource Documents

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Mbale City HIV Situation FY 2020/2021Presented By Mbale City ART Focal Person During Uganda AIDS Commission Advocacy meeting held at Wanale Division offices on 27th October 202128/10/2021 09:06:32amDownload
Our ProfileFind more about our work and areas of focus. 07/10/2021 11:19:48amDownload

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Community Mobilization Session at Bukiende HCIII Youth Friendly Corner

The Amref Health Africa in Uganda, Cordaid, International Centre for Research on Women, and MUFUMI collaborate to deliver the integrated Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Programme in Selected Hig... Read more....

Let's Talk Integrated HIV/SRHR/SGBV/TB Community Outreach

On the 14th of May 2022, the Let's Talk Community Outreach was conducted at Nakaloke Town Council in Mbale City's Northern City Division. Let's Talk 2022 is a project of Elite Youth Uganda, which is ... Read more....

The 16 days of activism against Gender-Based

The 16 days of activism against Gender-Based Violence is an international campaign that starts on 25th November with the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against women and runs up to ... Read more....

Young Mothers Celebrating International Day for Legal and Unsafe Abortion in Mbale City.

On 27th September 2021 Mbale Network of Young People Living with HIV/AIDS-MNYPA in partnership with Uganda Youth and Adolescent Health Forum- UYAHF and PACE held a successful participatory Young Mothe... Read more....

MNYPA Anti-Stigma Clubs

In a bid to scale up HIV/TB prevention and treatment for young people, MNYPA is working with PACE to establish anti- stigma cubs at both facility and community level. Yesterday we had our fist club m... Read more....

MNYPA HIV/SRHR/GBV Community Clubs

MNYPA established these clubs with aim of giving a platform for adolescent women and young women in community to respond to increased cases of Gender Based Violence, HIV transmission and access of Sex... Read more....

Empowerment for YPLHIV

Skilling Young People in different skills for self sustainablity to fight HIV related stigma and discrimination.... Read more....

MNYPA Appreciated by UNYPA

Through the Project MNYPA established youth friendly community spaces, this included Evidance Based Advocacy for YPLHIV.... Read more....

PITCH Project Close out

Mbale Network of Young People Living with Young Living with HIV/AIDS implemented PITCH in Mbale and Palisa District.... Read more....

GBV Radio programme

With the radio programme MNYPA talks to thousands of people in the community about how to identify, safely report Gender Based Violence. The radio programme links community to where they can receive G... Read more....


Our Expert Team

Mweru Peter

President and Team leader

Mutonyi Phionah

Community Paralegal(Volunteer)

Mugenyi Robert

Finance/ SRHR Change Champion

Wazaba Doreen Bridget

Skills Trainer(Volunteer)

Namwigo Loving

Hands Skills Officer

Nabuzale Teddy

Advocacy and Gender officer

Kairanya Edith

SRHR Change Champion

Bwire Benon

Community Paralegal(Volunteer)

Abed Bin Umar

Public Relations Officer

Kasedde Brenda

Programmes Manager

Mubendo Joseph


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