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Kampala health governance project

Development Research and Training (DRT) has been privileged to test this interesting community empowerment project that creates space for the urban poor to influence and positively participate in delivery of better public health services....

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Youth Forward initiative in Uganda

Understanding the context of the Youth Forward initiative in Uganda. Understanding the historical, social, political and economic context within which a development programme operates is vitally important. Context can influence the implementation and outcomes...

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Financing Special Needs Education in Uganda

As part of the broader goal of fostering budget transparency, the Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group1 (CSBAG) commissioned a study to track the flow and utilization of special needs Education resources in 3 districts...

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National Union Of Disabled Persons1` Of Uganda

DSI-Danida has supported NUDIPU in a number of programs including a pilot HIV/AIDS project1. This project was mainly designed to contribute to the learning agenda of mainstreaming disability into the national HIV/AIDS responses. The...

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Disasters are increasing vulnerability in Uganda

Disasters are increasing vulnerability in Uganda. Disasters (natural and man made) are increasingly becoming a serious cause of vulnerability in developing countries like Uganda. Preliminary findings of the Needs Assessment of the Supply and...

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DRT`s 10th speaker’s series next week

DRT will hold its 10th speaker’s series on Thursday October 20th, 2016 in the DRT board room at 1:20pm. Our presenter will be Mr Johnson Kagugube, DRT Executive Director. Mr Kagugube will make a...