Mildmay Uganda was established in Uganda in 1998 to provide quality HIV/AIDS Care, Treatment, Training and Education.

Since its establishment, Mildmay Uganda has been an important player in Uganda’s HIV response, being regarded as a Centre of Excellence by the Ministry of Health, and more recently extending technical assistance, HIV prevention, treatment and support to sixteen districts of Central Uganda, funded by The President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), through the Health Systems Strengthening Project of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).


• Increasing access to HIV care through a family-centred approach

• Comprehensive HIV and AIDS prevention.

• Integration of care and treatment services into the District Health Service (DHS).

• Building human resource capacity for sustainable delivery of comprehensive HIV and AIDS services in the districts.

• Strengthening district health governance, planning and administration.

• Monitoring and evaluation.

• Logistics and supply chain management mechanisms for effective and efficient delivery of comprehensive HIV and AIDS services.


  1. Family Centered Approach
  2. Children’s Ward
  3. Sexual and reproductive health services
  4. Prevention of mother to child transmission (PMTCT)
  5. Family planning
  6. Allied Health Services Division
  7. Integrated services
  8. Research


Mildmay Uganda


P.O. Box 24985, Kampala

Tel: 0392 080568