ToroDev Monitoring & Evaluation team tracks the impact of Advocacy Forums

In April 2014, ToroDev M&E team held a monitoring and Evaluation activity to track the impact of the Advocacy Forums and rural monitors in monitoring service delivery and demanding accountability from the local leaders in the districts of Kabarole, Kyenjojo, Kyegegwa, Bundibugyo, Kasese and Ntoroko. The activity acted as a way of motivating, encouraging, strengthening […]

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“Radio programs have bridged the gap between leaders and local citizens”, Mukwano Ssenyonjo.

On 27th April 2014, the Chairperson of People’s Rights and Forum for Development in Mugusu Sub County, Kabarole District indicated how radio programs had created a big impact in bridging the gap between leaders and the local citizens. “Radio programs have helped the local grass root people to demand for better services and also raise […]

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“We have only one health center which is also privately owned”, Mugisa Erisha

On 15th April 2014, the king of the Banyabindi,  His Majesty Mugisa Elisha Atenyi showed his  outcry over the poor service delivery among his subjects in Munkunyu Sub County, Kasese District. “We have only one health center which is also privately owned and some people cannot manage the charges. Pregnant women have to walk long […]

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“A country’s success depends on the way it is run and organized”, Kiiza Besigye.

On 13th April 2014, leaders of Forum for Democratic Change party appeared on Better FM to discuss the electoral reforms and how Uganda can have a free and fair election. “A country’s success depends on the way it is organized. Ever since Uganda received her independence, no leader has ever left power peacefully. All leaders […]

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Leaders of Kabarole Boda Boda Association give accountability

On 5th April 2014, leaders of Kabarole Boda Boda Association, an association of motorcyclists in Kabarole District appeared on Better FM to give accountability of the activities they have been carrying out ever since they entered office. “Every member of Kabarole Boda Boda Association pays a monthly fee of Shs.1000 (one thousand shillings) that we […]

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The government’s introduction of the youth’s livelihood program

On 5th April 2014, panelists appeared on HITS FM to discuss the government’s introduction of the youth’s livelihood program and the high rate of un employment among the youths. “Since the 1990’s, the National Resistance Movement government has been passing different programs but their implementation has been left incomplete and therefore failed because the programs […]

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