In Uganda, preliminary findings suggest watching video interviews of parliamentary candidates during party primary and multiparty elections increases knowledge about the candidates and increases the likelihood that voters change away from their intended vote choice on Election Day. Download Full Report
AfT is a National level NGO thatchampions innovative thinking about agriculture and offers new directions for agricultural practice. We are a prenier voice that questions the agriculturalsystem that reproduces subsistence farmers yearafter year against the much neededtransformation beheld in Uganda’s NationalDevelopment Plan
Edward O. Wilson famously said, “Destroying rain forest for economic gain is like burning a Renaissance painting to cook a meal.” Beyond those fascinated by classic and legacy art, what do the foregoing words mean for us as Ugandans and the nation we love? The Uganda National Forest Plan 2012-2022 reports that, within a period
Four point Action to Expand Uganda’s Tourism revenue from current USD $1.9 Billion to USD $4B in 5 years (2016 -2021)
Download Document The tourism sector alone contributed 7.9% to Uganda’s GDP in 2013 amounting to about shillings 5.5 trillion (USD $1.9 billion) with as little investment of Uganda Shillings 800 million in the 2012/2013 financial year. This return on investment is high and clearly shows the tourism sector’s exponential capability to create more revenue and
The Uganda National Farmers’ Manifesto is a call to action directed at the Government of Uganda, Political Parties, Development partners, and Non-State Actors. As the country prepares for the 2016 general elections, the farmers of Uganda are asking each of these Stakeholders to prioritize the needs of the agricultural sector. The collective voice of Uganda’s
Like any farmer anywhere, Morrison Rwakakamba feels that farming is in his DNA, yet this 35-year-old finds himself pulled in two directions — home to his farm in the southwest corner of Uganda, but also to the city and to the corridors of power in the capital Kampala where he has been appointed special adviser to the president.
Different experts have discussed the pension liberalization scheme that was recently tabled before parliament in a debate organized by OSIEA and Agency for Transformation at Kampala Serena Hotel on Tuesday morning. In his discussion, Dan Ngabirano, a lecturer at the school of law at Makerere University explained that a right to information is a relevant tool