We embrace an Integrated Model of service delivery through the
Community Oriented Primary Health Care (COPC) model. LF uses the Community
Oriented Primary Care model to roll out its community health and development
interventions. The rational for this approach is that the COPC model promotes
use of evidence derived from health data, surveys and statistics for
programming. It involves needs identification and priority setting,
measuring changes made in terms of outcome, and monitoring the impact of the
interventions. Importantly, communities must participate in each step of the interventions including
service delivery and utilisation of the health care services created.
As part of its Health Systems Strengthening interventions, LF promotes building of a strong interface
between the community and health facilities. Building strong partnerships with the Local Government and
Ministry; And with Ministry of Health at the National level & other line Ministries in order to promote
multi-sectoral collaboration in the delivery of health services. We build partnerships and collaborate
with other Non-Governmental and Civil Society Organisations, Faith Based Organisations Research
Institutions and Universities. Currently we are partnering with International Health Sciences University
www.ihsu.ac.ug in the Hepatitis B & C Campaign in Koboko District. We also partnering with Rose’s Journey,
a non-profit organization dedicated to the advocacy of children and families affected by domestic
violence, including women who are affected due to domestic violence have a place to go while on the
journey of healing.
The Founder Dr. Rose Clarke Nanyonga donated some sewing machines that vulnerable women in Koboko
Municipality are learning how to saw in order to earn a living. She is eager to continuing empowering and
supporting the women with competencies and skills such as making of crafts that can later be sold by the
women to earn some income. We also partner with Public Health Ambassadors Uganda (PHAU) www.phauganda.com
on the Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Intervention.