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“Our Land is Our Life and our Future”

At the Community Dialogue in Namukora subcounty in Kitgum districts, residents emphasised why their land is the most possessed asset that shouldn't be grabbed away from them but instead they should be supported to make meaningful and productive investments outs of it.

Village Banks Ease Financial Burden among Rural Women in Acholi

During a Kabake community dialogue on 27th January 2019 at Koyo- Lalogi village, Awere Sub County in Pader District, over 200 residents discussed about Village Savings and Loans Associations (VSLAs) which are offering them loans at lower interest rates than the ones by commercial banks.

Ways in which Women can lead and succeed in Cooperatives

Women form the backbone of the benefits that accrue from cooperatives. But in 2015, they only represented one in five positions of the leadership in the cooperative movement. How can women's leadership in cooperatives be promoted? Which policies can address these gender gaps?

Y4P: Anti-Corruption Recommondations for Addressing Endemic Corruption & Service Delivery

Strengthening Implementation of Anti- Corruption Recommendations and Sanctions Will Be Key to Addressing Endemic Corruption and Improving Service Delivery in Uganda - written by Annet Mbabazi

YOUTH FOR POLICY PERSPECTIVES

Collection of Briefing Papers on Key Policy Challenges in Uganda

Housing Development and Women's Right to Land and Property

This article of the Arise Magazine provides a review of shelter cooperatives in Uganda.

The Role of Cooperatives in Promoting the Socio-economic Empowerment of Women

Semuliki Cooperative Union Limited & Mt Rwenzori Coffee Farmers’ Cooperative Union - Evidence from Multipurpose Cooperative Societies in Uganda

The Reinvention of Cooperatives - A sustainable Drive to Gender Equality

A conversation with Dennis Ashaba of Uganda Central Cooperative Financial Services Ltd. and other stakeholders about cooperatives and sustainability, gender equality and relations to banks and the government.

Culture - A Detriment to Women's Participation in Cooperatives

Although females form the majority of cooperative members, culture continues to hinder their participation in the activities of cooperative societies.

Reminiscing about the Cooperative Movement - Experiences to Reflect Upon

From 1913, with the formation of the first farmers' association, Ugandans started organizing into cooperatives informally. This article of the Arise Magazine tells the story and political circumstances of the cooperative movement in Uganda.

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Country Reports

Short political reports of the KAS offices abroad

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is a political foundation. Our offices abroad are in charge of over 200 projects in more than 120 countries. The country reports offer current analyses, exclusive evaluations, background information and forecasts - provided by our international staff.

Event Reports

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, its educational institutions, centres and foreign offices, offer several thousand events on various subjects each year. We provide up to date and exclusive reports on selected conferences, events and symposia at www.kas.de. In addition to a summary of the contents, you can also find additional material such as pictures, speeches, videos or audio clips.

ARISE

A Women’s Development Magazine

ARISE magazine features varying issues around women and development in Uganda. Whether women wearing uniform, working as farmers, or holding political offices: We review the trends and challenges women face in Uganda. The magazine has been published in cooperation with Action for Development since 1990.

Reality Check

The series analyses developmental challenges in the political, social and economic sphere in Uganda. The editions examine hot topics of the daily political agenda and undertake a rigorous reality check. Reality Check is published in cooperation with Centre for Development Alternatives.

Economic Policy Paper Series

We examine economic issues in Uganda through a policy lens: Which way for Uganda's economic development? Which obstacles does the country face? And how can political players set the course for economic growth? This series crafts policy papers to inform and inspire debates around economic progress in Uganda. The Economic Policy Paper Series is published in cooperation with Centre for Development Alternatives. 

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