• Put People First : A Case for Investing in Early Childhood Development

    Put People First : A Case for Investing in Early Childhood Development0

    Photo Credit: UNICEF Uganda On the afternoon of September 15, 2016, I attended the launch of the National Integrated Early Childhood Development Policy for Uganda. The policy had been published in March 2016 by the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development in close consultation with stakeholders, notably, UNICEF Uganda. This was not by any means

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  • Uganda: 4 years on, no justice as NGO office break-ins escalate

    Uganda: 4 years on, no justice as NGO office break-ins escalate0

    Many governments around the world are settling for repressive NGO laws to control independent groups. In Uganda, the government is taking it a step further – overtly condone break-ins at their offices and sanction a violent raid at a lawful, peaceful Pride event. In the past four years, more than 30 office break-ins have been

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  • Museveni gets ‘Meme-fied’

    Museveni gets ‘Meme-fied’0

    Freedom of expression is a lot of things – and for this digital savvy age: cartoons and memes have become a crucial part communicating online. If you don’t already know : a meme is defined as : “a humorous image, video, piece of text, etc. that is copied (often with slight variations) and spread rapidly

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  • Of Women, Nudity & Socio-cultural Issues

    Of Women, Nudity & Socio-cultural Issues0

    On Thursday morning at 4:30 a.m. I woke up to go join a group of lady/women feminists for a Power Walk. The walk started at Lugogo Parking Lot – through Upper Kololo terrace – Prince Charles Drive up Elizabeth Avenue down Hill Lane back to Prince Charles Drive, Ekobo Avenue onto York Terrace, back to

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  • Uganda: Why civil society must stand together to protect freedoms

    Uganda: Why civil society must stand together to protect freedoms0

    As the Parliamentary Committee considered the then NGO Bill 2015, Pastor Joseph Serwadda and other faith leaders vehemently argued a case for the removal of Faith-Based Organisations (FBOs) from the NGO law. He knew the House was on fire. NGOs were under unprecedented attack. Well, after some engagements, he finally had his way. I must

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Jimmy Kainja

Maybe he can share measures put in place/ being taken to ensure that the commitment comes to fruition by 2030? Otherwise 👎🏾 twitter.com/chavulaj…