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Innovators share tips on how and why you should adopt a culture of saving

“How I wished I got the knowledge before completing school, am sure savings from my pocket money would have done something for me at the moment. I wasted money. But, as they say: better late than never,” wrote Mercy Acen after participating in the training for our first module, “Understanding Poverty in Rural Uganda” of … Continue reading Innovators share tips on how and why you should adopt a culture of saving

Dr. Catherine Anena, a great daughter of Northern Uganda rests

Dr. Catherine Anena, PhD, was a fun-loving person; a selfless and an inspirational leader. A glimpse of who she was can be gleaned from her FAVORITE QUOTES as she shared them on her Facebook wall: “The will of God will never take you where the grace of God will not protect you.""Never let yesterday's disappointments … Continue reading Dr. Catherine Anena, a great daughter of Northern Uganda rests

Uganda National Household Survey 2019/2020 Summary Report

UBOS released the 2019/20 National Household Survey report. In summary, this is Uganda today: Total population = 41 millionAverage family size = 4.6 persons (largest in Teso 5.9 persons and smallest in Kampala 3.4 persons)Population below 18 years = 54 percentUrban population = 27 percentNet primary school enrollment = 91 percentNet secondary school enrollment = … Continue reading Uganda National Household Survey 2019/2020 Summary Report

Photos which speak to the values of CPAR Uganda

One of the major benefits that we are getting from our partnership with GlobalGiving is the opportunity to access great knowledge resources that challenge and inspire us to do better. This morning, for example, via email, I received GlobalGiving's recommended "The Best of Learn:2021"; and among them an article: "16 Practical Photography Tips for Ethical … Continue reading Photos which speak to the values of CPAR Uganda

Dr. Ben Jones on the need for a new vocabulary to describe Ugandan youth

There is a particular way in which people talk about young people in Uganda. There is a way they talk about people who don’t have work; and who might not have a salaried job. There is a very standard way, I think, in which often policy-makers, government officials, but also people in civil society, the … Continue reading Dr. Ben Jones on the need for a new vocabulary to describe Ugandan youth