Situation Analysis of Greater Northern Uganda

Our geographic area of operation, Greater Northern Uganda - West Nile, Acholi, Lango, Teso, Karamoja and Bukedi, hosts about 13.1 million people, 32 percent of Uganda’s population, according to the UBOS National Survey Report 2019/2020 The findings of UBOS are that: Greater Northern Uganda, “the Eastern and Northern regions, have consistently had the highest number… Continue reading Situation Analysis of Greater Northern Uganda

First Nations of Uganda

In the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda, 55 ‘African-Ugandan’ First Nations are recognized as “tribes” of Uganda, in alphabetical order as follows: A-B (1-30) Acholi, Alur, Baamba, Babukusu, Babwisi, Bafumbira, Baganda, Bagisu, Bagungu, Bagwe, Bagwere, Bahehe, Bahororo, Bakenyi, Bakiga, Bakonzo, Banyabindi, Banyankore, Banyara, Banyarwanda, Banyole, Banyoro, Baruli, Basamia, Basoga, Basongora, Batagwenda, Batoro, Batuku, and… Continue reading First Nations of Uganda

Disruption of Pastoralists’ Lives

Iduwat Ochom, in reaction to the analysis contained in “Disruptive ‘Development’ on Pastoralists’ Lives,” as it was first published on the author’s “The Humanist View Blog”, commented: “On the notion of disruptive development, my conclusion, after working in Karamoja for close to two years, is that either people in or with power have stopped thinking… Continue reading Disruption of Pastoralists’ Lives

AMUDAT District Local Government Commends CPAR Uganda

“The group members were excited of the expected good yield as exhibited by the maize and groundnut gardens doing very well. The manyatta garden group farming is a success story that could be replicated. The group members visited had planted fruit trees of citrus (oranges) and some neem trees. The trees appeared well catered.”Amudat District… Continue reading AMUDAT District Local Government Commends CPAR Uganda