Support Disadvantaged Student Interns in Uganda

Today, Monday, 10th September 2018, at 09:00 a.m. EDT, which is around 4:00 p.m. Uganda time, CPAR Uganda’s first ever on-line fundraising initiative will start accepting donations; which funds are intended for CPAR Uganda to mentor disadvantaged student interns that are affiliated to universities in the most disadvantaged region in our country, greater northern Uganda,.… Continue reading Support Disadvantaged Student Interns in Uganda

Power of ‘White Privilege’ to Confuse

And in our foreign guest's bicycle-ride-informed-opinion, Africa should be developed on the same philosophy on which Europe was developed. How might this work I wonder. Does our foreign guest really appreciate and understand the philosophy of how Europe developed?

#6bnhandshake Mentality Countrywide

How different are the chief executive officers (CEOs) of not-for-profit charity, advocacy or development organisations (the so called civil society organisations (CSOs)) from those who partook of the 6bn handshake? On the surface, many, including those working with CSOs, will emphatically respond that there is a big difference. But a closer look by others may… Continue reading #6bnhandshake Mentality Countrywide

Uganda Non-State Actors on Agriculture

The following text is of a presentation that was delivered by Ms. Agnes Kirabo, Executive Director of Food Rights Alliance at the Joint Agricultural Sector Annual Review (JASAR) that was organised by the Ministry of Agriculture Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF)  and that was held from 29th to 30th August 2016 at Speke Resort Hotel… Continue reading Uganda Non-State Actors on Agriculture

“Some NGOs, no footprints”, Minister Rwamirama

Send a Cow and Government of Uganda, an extraordinary partnership - religious rooted not-for-profit organisation and the State.