Uganda

 

ANNUAL REPORT 2013

Annual Report 2013

Annual Report 2013

 

 

 

 

NATIONAL STRATEGY

Uganda National Strategy

Uganda Strategic Plan 2011-2015

Uganda Organisational Profile

 

 

 

NEWSLETTER

Uganda Newsletter

LIVELIHOODS NEWSLETTER: JUNE 2015 

JAN- MARCH 2015 APRIL-AUG 2014 | March-May 2014 | dec-feb 2014
sept-nov 2013 | june-aug 2013 | march-may 2013

 

RESEARCH

Karamoja Report

Youth Research in Karamoja - The Report

Youth Research in Karamoja - The Research Summary

Youth Research in Karamoja - The Method

 

 Ekoi and Etem in Karamoja

Ekoi and Etem in Karamoja - The Research

 

 

 

REPORTS

Uganda Report

REPORT ON A GROUND LEVEL PANEL PROCESS
IN UGANDA ON POST-2015 (2013)

 

 

 

TOOLKITS

YouthMap Internship Programme

Internship Foundation Training CurriculUm


Internship Handbook for Employers
Internship Foundation Training Participant Handbook

 

 

Rural Agri-livelihoods guide

Rural Agri-Livelihoods Guide

 

 

 

 

Participatory Learning and Action Manual

EVALUATIONS

CSO  Intergration of Sexuality Education in Youth ProgrammesCSO Intergration of Sexuality Education
in Youth Programmes

 

 

 

Uganda Young people needs and market assessment

Young People Needs and Market Assessment
In Eastern Uganda - Summary Report 2013

 

 

 

 What happens when young people lead development

What Happens When Young People
lead in Development

 

 

Youth Empowerment Programme:2010-2013 (from ODI)

CASE STUDIES

DOREEN'S CASE STUDY

 


OUR WORK IN KARAMOJA

Over the past year Restless Development Uganda has been working with the UK Institute of Development Studies and the Pastoralist Communication Initiative to support a team of 24 young people to design and lead action research across three districts in the Karamoja sub-region of Northern Uganda.

The team decide who to speak to, where to visit and what to investigate. Based on their initial field research they identified issues of land, peace and customary law as their focus.

The team’s efforts have been well received in the communities. They have been able to bring together government and communities for discussion and action on the “Ekoi” (news) generated through their research. The team are currently busy finishing a book highlighting their research findings. They plan to share the book at a launch in Karamoja later this year.Their research has included exploring the relationship between communities and the Uganda Wildlife Authority, discussing cross-border conflict with the Turkana, and exploring how people are balancing cultivation and herding.

You can follow the team’s research through their ‘Ekoi’ bulletins:

Ekoi bullettinEkoi! Land and the ironies of peace: Issue 1 March 2013
Ekoi! Building a Spider’s Web: Issue 2 April 2013
Ekoi! Elders and Young People for Karamoja: Issue 3 July 2013
Ekoi! Etem and Akiriket: Issue 4 September 2013 

  

 

 

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