In 2002, Joyce fertility Support Centre opened to the international fora and joined iCSi, ESHRE, IFFS, IAPO and Ashoka.
2007 The JFSCU model was elected among 12 best transferable models for health for all” an online competition for change maker’s community, leading to its show case and presentation in the Skoll World Forum of social entrepreneurs in March 2007.
In 2007, Ms Rita Sembuya the JFSCU Leader was a winner of the global patient’s leader’s award by iCSi patients Leaders community, and the Ashoka fellowship award for causing the large scale social Change in the area of infertility. Convened the First workshop of endometriosis, in 2006.
Working on the low cost infertility treatment in the public Hospital to achieve, access affordability and quality of care in 2010.
In Uganda, JFSCU has held over 60 radio awareness programs, several media programs ,articles in the news papers in the period of 2003 – 2010 raising strong patient’s voice for human reproduction and treatment for infertility
The call for low cost assisted reproductive technologies in Uganda. A program that gives hope for poor patients to access Assisted Reproductive Treatment.
JFSCU founded the founding of the Fertility Society of Uganda; it was launched on the 25th – 26th January 2010.