Read this comprehensive report about the second Annual Social Media Conference held on the July 19th 2016. The conference discussed how the new media is transforming the Ugandan political and social landscape.
Kabake Radio Show
Recording a new Kabake radio programme in the field - KAS went together with a team from Mega FM to Paomo Lawange-Kwar, a village near Gulu city. This time, the people decided to talk about "Should couples get back together after breaking up?"
2nd Annual Social Media Conference
On 19th July, the second annual Uganda Social Media Conference, hosted by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, brought together more than 250 participants and 30 panelists to discuss how social media is transforming Uganda’s political and social landscape.
To the homepage of the office of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) in Uganda. Since its foundation in 1964 the engagement in political education in order to realize peace, freedom and justice as key aspects in consolidating democracy was one of the foundation’s focal areas. This has been the basis of KAS’ work in Uganda for more than three decades.
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In order to provide further opportunities for a systematic reflection on crucial issues related to social media with key experts and stakeholders, KAS hosted the second annual Social Media Conference on 19th July 2016. The theme [...]
The paper outlines the state of youth participation in the agriculture sector in Uganda, noting, most specifically, that while absorbing a large part of the working population, the sector is operating highly inefficiently, mostly [...]
On Sunday, the 07th August 2016 at 10:00AM, most residents of Acholi and parts of Lango sub-region shall tune to 102 Mega FM listen to KABAKE. To many of them, this will not be their first time to listen to the programme but [...]