Akullo Betty’s gender lens on Ugandan’s concept of work

When I worked in a law firm, I realized that that was not my calling, because I am person who likes to support people in need. But when a person comes to a law firm, most times it is about how much money do you have for this work. And most women who would come, … Continue reading Akullo Betty’s gender lens on Ugandan’s concept of work

CPAR Uganda to Participate in Academic Research on Educated Unemployed Youth

We, at CPAR Uganda, are delighted to announce that the academic research project in whose design we participated in, “Challenging Categories: Educated Unemployed Youth as Institutional Innovators in Rural Uganda” (Challenging Categories Project), that is led by Dr. Ben Jones of the University of East Anglia, competed successfully and has received a grant award from … Continue reading CPAR Uganda to Participate in Academic Research on Educated Unemployed Youth