This study set out to determine the impact of access to information on poverty eradication as measured by the impact of work done by 5 sub national organizations involved in access to information work in 4 districts of Uganda1. With a three months grant, the organizations were assisted to test this hypothesis analyzed the information landscape in the regions of their operation and determined impact of their information-related work on people?s livelihoods.
The study largely employed the case study method where stories of impact were documented. Findings showed that Access to information leads to improved livelihoods and thereby leading to poverty eradication. Furthermore, the study found that the type of information matters. Click here to view full report