CPAR Uganda Ltd

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Support Disadvantaged Student Interns in Uganda

CPAR Uganda Ltd through its employees will mentor 100 disadvantaged students of universities in Northern Uganda to gain practical work experience that will give the students skills for doing administration, financial management and fundraising for a not-for-profit organisation; skills for conducting community discussions and training to promote health, food security and income generation at household level; and for doing research, policy analysis and advocacy for better public service delivery. Continue reading

 

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‘Tuberculosis Attitude’ in Uganda’s Greater Northern Region 12 Dec 2018

CPAR Uganda Ltd (CPAR) conducted a qualitative investigation in to pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) in...

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‘Tuberculosis Economics’ in Uganda’s Greater Northern Region 10 Dec 2018

  CPAR Uganda Ltd (CPAR) conducted a qualitative investigation in to pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB)...

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What CPAR Uganda Does 05 Dec 2018

  Essentially, our current work focuses on prevention of ill-health, in other words, preventative...

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