Welcome to the 4th Annual Uganda Conference on Palliative Care. This conference is a partnership between Uganda Cancer Institute (UCI)…
Executive Director at the Uganda Network on Law, Ethics and HIV/AIDS (UGANET)
Ms. Grace Nayiga is a Practicing Advocate of the High Court of Uganda, a Team Leader at the Uganda Network on Law, Ethics and HIV/AIDS (UGANET), a Board Secretary, and a Member of the Executive Committee at the Palliative Care Association of Uganda, a Board Member and General Secretary to The Legal Aid Service Providers Network (LASPNET) and a Graduate of the CIV Source Africa GROW! Leaders Mentorship program for Chief Executive Officers.
As a Health and Human Rights Advocate of over 10 years, Grace is passionate about social justice for women, PLHIVs, Persons living with Disabilities, and Palliative Care patients, drawing from personal experiences. She is passionate about Trial Advocacy for Lawyers in Legal Aid Practice and is a trained facilitator with Justice Advocacy Africa.
At UGANET Grace leads a team of 33 staff to deliver UGANET’s mandate on Access to Justice, advocacy, and strategic litigation to address HIV discriminatory laws and policies, Ending Violence against women and girls, and working with Leaders, Institutions, and Communities to address inequities that hinder Social Justice in the context of HIV, Health, and Gender.