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ToroDev's Johnstone Baguma's research paper on the relevance of ICT Convergence to promote citizens'
The Kabarole LCV Chairperson discusses the impact of ToroDev's Use of ICTs to promote public accountability
January 13th, 2014Development Research & Training (DRT) organised a Public Policy Analysis training
August 20th, 2013: ToroDev's collaboration with broadcast media houses in Rwenzori region yields fruits
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