Policy Briefs

Policy Brief No.001

This policy brief shines a light on unmet reproductive and maternal health needs of low income women living in rural areas of Uganda. The actionable initiatives highlighted can provide policymakers, advocates, Humanitarian Agencies and policy implementers with a clear roadmap for actions that can be pursued to improve the maternal and reproductive health for the well-being of women and their families…..

Policy Brief No.002 ADDRESSING YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT IN UGANDA; The Inevitable Advice of the 21st Century

The issues raised in this policy brief provide a body of recommendations to policy makers including: the central government, local governments, curriculum developers, educationalists, and other policy implementers…..

Policy Brief No.003 THE QUEST FOR THE DECENTRALIZATION OF REVENUE MOBILIZATION TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS IN UGANDA

policy Brief No.003

A sound revenue system for local governments (LG) is an essential pre-condition for the success of proper service delivery among local governments…..

POLICY BRIEF 004-THE TIMELY DECISION FOR BUSINESSES IN UGANDA TO ADOPT MODERN TECHNOLOGY IN THE NEW WORLD SETTING


POLICY BRIEF No. 004

2019 will be remembered as the year the world was hit by an originally unknown and remorseless disease. By 2020, the whole world was locked down because of Coronavirus pandemic….

Policy Brief 005 COVID-19 & THE RISING LEVELS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN UGANDA SEPTEMBER 2020

Policy Brief 005

Domestic violence which may also be referred to as domestic abuse or family violence is a very disastrous habit in families. Globally, domestic violence is a very big challenge among the married partners more so in developing countries Uganda inclusive. It became a very challenging turmoil during the period of Covid-19 lockdown.

Massive Voter Education as a Pivotal Preventive Tool to Violence in 2021 Elections in Uganda

policy Brief 006

Uganda’s elections have been commercialized and are presumed to be an investment for returns with a minimum investment period of five years and unknown payback period and thus losing an election is seen as though it is a taboo…………..