Kudos to Posta Uganda

Last evening we were pleasantly surprised when some of our mail that had not successfully been redirected to Lira was now redirected to Entebbe and we received our back copies of important periodicals – D+C (Development and Cooperation); Field Exchange; and Forced Migration; among other mail.

Professor Fred Opio Ekong Memorial Library Open with 1,000s of Academic Publications & 100s of Novels

Lira, 5th November 2019 – Located within our CPAR Uganda Lira Learning Centre on Plot 5 Makerere Road in Lira Municipality, right opposite the Lira District Local Government Offices, our Prof. Fred Opio Ekong Memorial Library is now open for business. It hosts academic publications in multiple disciplines, including renowned periodicals and peer reviewed academic … Continue reading Professor Fred Opio Ekong Memorial Library Open with 1,000s of Academic Publications & 100s of Novels

Gift Library Access to Ugandan Young Adults

We invite you as well to be inspired by Ambassador Ocheger and to gift a young adult with library access to our Prof. Fred Opio Ekong Memorial Library for one year at UGX 200,000 (two hundred thousand shillings), about US$ 53 (fifty three US dollars); or for six months at UGX 100,000 (one hundred thousand shillings) about US$ 27 (twenty seven US dollars) or for one month at UGX 30,000 (thirty thousand shillings), which is less than US$ 10 (ten US dollars).

Prof. Fred Opio Ekong Memorial Library Open!

The CPAR Uganda Ltd Prof. Fred Opio Ekong Memorial Library is now ready for use. It is located within the CPAR Uganda Lira Learning Centre on Plot 5 Makerere Road in Lira Municipality, right opposite the Lira District Local Government Offices; and within a serene environment that is ideal for academics, researchers and other practitioners … Continue reading Prof. Fred Opio Ekong Memorial Library Open!

Transforming Cost Centres – Base Camps into Income Generating Learning Centres

At the peak of the insurgency, in the early 1990s, the Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief (CPAR) were among the key international aid agencies that took on a significant role of providing aid and relief for the affected communities of the region. In order to facilitate its operations in the region, CPAR accessed and acquired land in the region on which it established base camps in Lango and in Acholi.