I feel humbled to take this responsibility. I accept it with a lot of humility. In my teaching and the work that I do, when we accept to do something we commit to doing it very well. Doing things half-half makes it even more difficult. I will rely on our collective responsibility. I will make sure that during my term of office I will work together
CPAR Uganda Ltd used to be the Uganda country office of Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief (CPAR Canada) until 2008 when, in the interest of sustainability, it was registered as an independent Ugandan not-for-profit organisation. .
CPAR Uganda implemented this project during a 22-months period – January 2012 to November 2013, reaching over 20,000 ultimate beneficiaries – members of 2,513 farming households in Agago District in Acholi in Northern Uganda. Farmers’ knowledge and skills were enhanced through training in various topics on food production, livelihoods and working in groups.
Since January 2016, CPAR is implementing a research on Tuberculosis (TB) code-named: “Tuberculosis:...More detail
In 2016, CPAR began its Policy Advocacy Programmes in which it functions as a Consulting Organisation....More detail