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The role of appointed and elected leaders

We are continuing with our workshop series for appointed and elected leaders at the local level. This particular one will target leaders from Kween, Kapchorwa and Bukwo districts in Sebei sub region. The training starts 31.05-1.06.2017 in Kapchorwa



Launch of Civic Education materials

The Konrad Adenauer Stiftung with its partners GAIN-Uganda and Ministry of Information, Communication,Technology and Nation al Guidance will launch the Democracy Handbook. The Handbook is a simple tool used for facilitating training @ the grassroots


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Civic Education at the local level

Promoting Civic Education at the grassroots

GAIN Uganda continues to promote civic education at the grassroots level across eleven districts in Uganda. This is done with the aid of civic education materials developed by the network. in this 2nd phase, the campaign is joined by the MoICT&NG.



The Reality Check Conference-Employment - Entrepreneurship and Education in Uganda

In an attempt to explore the nexus between Employment, Entrepreneurship and Education, KAS in partnership with Center for Development Alternatives will host a 3 day conference to reflect on how to build confidence in the future regarding the 3Es.



Catalyzing clean energy access in Uganda with climate financing

To unpack what is required for stakeholders addressing energy needs in Uganda to tap into climate financing to support the implementation of Uganda’s Nationally Determined Contributions.


KAS Scholarship Forum 2017

Unpacking & Conceptualizing the Concept of Social Market Economy

Discussion for the KAS Scholarship Holders with the goal of discussing the concept of social market economy as an orientation framework for a linkage between growth and social justice for the Ugandan market.


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Effective Use of Social Media by Local Government Leaders for Civic Engagement in Uganda

The training will strengthen the capacity of 20 officials from 5 districts (Local Governments) in the Lango region of Uganda to effectively use Social Media platforms to engage citizens on policy, governance and other pertinent issues.



Are political parties providing adequate space for youth Political participation?

The debate will explore the extent to which political parties are providing space for the youth to participate meaningfully in their political parties and national politics.


Unpacking Gender (Mis) Conceptualization and Experience Sharing


The dialogue will provide a unique platform for unpacking, constructing and deconstructing gender theories which are relevant in the media and communication discourse.


Prevention of Extremism in a Diverse Society – the role of the state and religion

The discussion will provide a critical reflection on the threats and challenges posed to Ugandan society by extremist tendencies, as well as providing a platform for constructive dialogue on the prevention and containment of extremism.

EU Project in Moroto

Performance and efficiency of the public sector is a prominent part of the National Development Plan III (NDPIII) towards agenda 2040. In our dialogues, we discussed public resource management approaches implemented by the districts in terms of public money, store property, assets, loans and government investments in the various districts.

Accountability gaps in the North increase pressure to act

Community Engagements in Northern Uganda have ignited discussions with the district leaderships in Northern Uganda. As shortcomings are being discussed, particularly issues of gender-responsiveness surface in the discussions and are met by promises for action.

Looking back on three successful citizen webinars:

During COVID-19, joining hands with governmental efforts is paramount

After the conclusion of three successful webinars, KAS looks back on a series of events that have contributed to raising greater awareness about the COVID-19 pandemic.

Launch of the KAS EU Project: SPACE

Strengthening Performance and Accountability through Community Engagement

Welcomed all participants to our launch of SPACE-an EU funded project in partnership with the government of Uganda through the Development initiative for Northern Uganda (DINU)

“You need to market yourself as youth leaders” – Prof. Yasin Olum

From 04th to 06th March 2020 we organized together with the National Youth Council (NYC) a Training of Youth Leaders from Ankole Sub Region in Mbarara

“We should be more concerned about air pollution in Kampala” - Deo Okure

Roundtable Discussion about the Status and Costs of Kampalas Polluted Air

Together with ACTADE, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Uganda hosted a roundtable discussion on air pollution in Kampala as the first event of the Platform for Uganda Green Growth (PLUG).

Launching a Platform for Political Leadership Advancement for South Sudanese Youth

During the inaugural workshop held in Juba on 13th & 14th of February 2020, the political leadership advancement training brought together 30 youth who have demonstrated leadership potentials through previous volunteer engagements and professional work and are interested in furthering their leadership skills and political competencies which will allow them to actively take part in political leadership and civic processes.

Promoting good governance in a multiparty system at the district level     

Together with the Directorate of National Guidance (DNG) we hosted a two days training for district leaders in Lira in order to promote political pluralism and stronger collaboration among the appointed and elected leaders at the local government level.

“Your networks are your net-worth” - Barbara Kasekende

Change requires ideas and ideas demand people who think and approach them. The Konrad Adenauer-Stiftung, LéO Africa Institute and Stanbic Bank are therefore bringing together young and aspiring thinkers of a new generation. Already in its third year, the Young and Emerging Leaders Project (YELP) brings together over 30 change makers in various fields to reflect and learn more about servant leadership and why it is a key ingredient for addressing the 21st century leadership and development challenges. From 7th to 9th February 2020, we welcomed 21 fellows of the third cohort to their graduation seminar.

Kick-off of the Scholars and Alumni Network

Building Networks beyond KAS-Programs