Development Research and Training (DRT) has won an award for presenting a practical model that is results oriented.
The model, Community Resource Tracking, aiming at improving local governance and realisation of human rights to health is being implemented in Makindye division-Kampala city. The award was handed to Mr Johnson L Kagugube, DRT Executive Director, and Mr John Nsubuga who is the lead of the Kampala Health Governance Project in a results sharing workshop that was organised by Independent Development Fund (IDF) and Food Rights Alliance (FRA) at Hotel Africana on November 9th and 10th, 2016.
The purpose of the workshop was to create a platform that brings together civil society organizations (CSO) and stakeholders in the field of human rights and good governance to share lessons from IDF supported interventions to better enhance programming for human rights and good governance in Uganda. DRT was given a chance to share/broadcast its best practices, approaches and models to various stakeholders. These practices and the model were documented and published as a way of fostering knowledge sharing, replication and scaling up.