Advocacy Forums continue to demand and advocate for improved service delivery using appropriate ICT tools in the Rwenzori Region, Western Uganda.

ToroDev has highly been involved in mentoring and supporting the initiation and strengthening the newly formed advocacy forums to champion the monitoring of service delivery and democratic engagements through the use of appropriate ICT tools in the seven districts of the Rwenzori Region. The advocacy forums are community’s own initiated initiatives meant to sustainably monitor […]

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“Women move as early as 2:00am in the darkness to look for clean water”, Byamukama Robert

On 20th March 2014, local people of Kyaburungi Parish, Hakibaale Sub County in Kabarole District showed their outcry over the poor service delivery in their parish. “Our women move as early as 2:0am to look for clean water, Kyaburungi Health Center has no water tank and patients beg water from the neighboring homes”, said Byamukama […]

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ToroDev emphasizes accountability at CAADP meeting

ToroDev has appealed to the African Union (AU) to put more emphasis in advocating for improved transparency and accountability policies in the agricultural sector of its partner countries at the recently concluded 10th Comprehensive African Agricultural Development Programme (CAADP) meeting in Durban, South Africa on 19th – 21st March, 2014. ToroDev was represented by the […]

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ToroDev participates in Integrated Communication Plat form work shop

ToroDev participated in a two days work shop (17th -18th March 2014) about the Integrated Communication Platform Campaign that was organized by the Ministry of Health in partnership with Communication for Healthy Communities to highlight the role of the use of appropriate ICT tools like FM radio stations to improve health service delivery. ToroDev was […]

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ToroDev staff and two rural monitors attend a two days training work shop on Financial Literacy

On 18th – 19th March 2014, the Monitoring and Evaluation officer ToroDev Amanya Shila and two advocacy forum members from Katebwa and Mugusu Sub Counties attended a training at Mountains of the Moon University in Kabarole District on Financial Literacy. The training acted as a learning opportunity for ToroDev staff and the project beneficiaries to […]

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