Baylor-Uganda adopted the peer-led approach of offering psychosocial support because of its effectiveness in ensuring adherence to ART treatment, reducing stigma and promoting self esteem. Members in the various peer support groups including adolescent, youth, men`s access, caretakers, clients on second line, discordant couples and teen mothers share knowledge and experiences to improve their health and livelihood.
Baylor-Uganda combines education and entertainment when dealing with children and adolescents. This is done through talent shows , Christmas parties among other fun activites during the annual Sanyuka and Power of Hope camps.
Opportunity Bank Partnership
Baylor-Uganda partnered with the Presbyterian Church and Opportunity Bank to enhance economic sustainability and development for families in care to boost their businesses through accessing low interest loans. This was aimed at improving livelihoods for family members to meet essential needs of their households. 6 groups of 15- 30 people were formed to support businesses in tailoring, retail, video libraries, catering, book making ,retail shop,