Key most recent achievements and results that UGANET achieved under these projects include but are not limited to;
- Influenced to the large extent, the human rights content and progressive provisions in the recently passed HIV prevention and Control Act 2014. UGANET led and coordinated the Voice of 40 Civil society organizations that impacted on the positive aspects of the law.
- Documented and provided evidence for the retrogressive provisions in the HIV Act that will continuously guide the reform process. Mobilized prominent national leaders, legislators that will continuously support HIV law environment discourse in Uganda.
- Led efforts to establish a National Gender and HIV score card as an accountability framework for Uganda ensuring increased leadership and implementation of programs that will reduce legal and social vulnerability of women and girls.
- Led over 250 human rights education programs in communities thathave empowered the vulnerable persons living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, to know and defend their human rights and legal entitlements. These have included community sensitization, Mobile clinic, use of community drama, over 400 radio programs and mass media communication platforms.
- Led efforts to create safe and supportive environments in which vulnerable Persons living with and affected by HIV/AIDS have lived more dignified lives through community mobilization strategies such as establishment of community paralegals, watchdogs and Action teams.
- Provided Legal aid service to over 3000 patients, PLHIV/or other poor and marginalized persons over the past four years. UGANET has memorandum of understanding in 15 Hospitals and HIV care centers in which its lawyers provides monthly legal aid services.
- Established Legal aid and health advocacy programs with support of the Uganda Prisons Service (UPS). In 2014, UGANET worked in 13 Prison units to Prison to reach out HIV /TB inmates with both legal and health support.