AGM 2015

Transparency International Uganda held its 21st AGM on 9th July 2015 at Eureka Place. We thank all Members, Partners and Stakeholders that took time off  to participate.

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East African Bribery Index

This is an annual governance tool implemented in partnership between Transparency International Uganda (TI-U) and Transparency International Kenya (TIK)


Stakeholder’s Perceptions of the Uganda Legal and Institutional Anti-corruption Framework.

TIU launched a study report titled, "Stakeholder's Perceptions of the Uganda Legal and Institutional Anti-corruption Framework." The objectives of this study were to identify the obstacles to successful prosecution of corruption cases and also to find out how far the identified obstacles are effects of political interference, or absence of political will to eradicate corruption.


Features & Highlights

Nakasongola officials accuse government of failing on obligations

Nakasongola LC5 chairperson says all local governments’ budgets have been overstretched because they have to purchase vehicles yet this is a central government role.

Accused police officers back on Shs165b pension probe

In re-instating Mr Komurubuga and Mr Kato on the case, the IGP acted on the request of DPP Mike Chibita.

IGG probes Iganga jobs body over corruption

The Inspectorate of Government has started investigations into allegations of corruption and nepotism levelled against members of the Iganga District Service Commission (DSC).
The investigations began last Monday after the inspectorate received information from a whistleblower, citing irregularities in the recruitment of employees by the commission.

Activists demand overhaul of NGO Bill

Civil Society Organisations yesterday demanded that government withdraws its proposed Non-government Organisations Bill currently before Parliament. The activists reason that the Bill gives the Minister of Internal Affairs and the NGO board excessive powers to "restrict and criminalise” the work of NGOs in the country.