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Museveni claims SDGs are Africa’s problems he diagnosed

President Museveni has told world leaders gathered for the United Nations summit in New York that the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which the world body adopted a year ago, mirror the 10 bottlenecks he identified to be impeding Africa’s development. In his addresses delivered around midnight (Ugandan time), Mr Museveni described the SDGs as “a different way of diagnosing and providing a prescription for the problems of under-development.” “… we ...
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TIU & African Union Advisory Board on Corruption

Transparency International Uganda(TIU) in Partnership with the African Union Advisory Board on corruption conducted a half day dialogue with CSOs in a bid to ascertain the extent of Implementation of the provisions of the African Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption in Africa ...
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TIU and AUABC Engagement with CSOs in Uganda

Transparency International Uganda (TIU) in partnership with the African Union Advisory Board on Corruption (AUABC) conducted a half day dialogue with CSOs in a bid to ascertain the extent of implementation of the provisions of the African Union Convention on preventing and Combating Corruption (AUCPCC) in Africa. During this half day engagement at Serena conference center, TIU and AUABC obtained CSOs' views on the implementation of the AUCPCC in Uganda ...
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Lwamafa, Obey run to Court of Appeal

Convicted former officials of ministry of Public Service have appealed against the judgement of the Anti-Corruption Court, which sentenced them to varying jail terms and ordered them to refund Shs50 billion of the lost money. The ministry’s former permanent secretary, Jimmy Lwamafa, Christopher Obey (former principal accountant) and Mr Stephen Kiwanuka Kunsa (former commissioner for compensation department) were convicted this month for causing financial loss, abuse of office, false accounting, ...
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Are Women Land Rights a Denied Justice in Uganda?

Charles Darwin once stated that if the misery of the poor be caused not by the laws of nature, but by our institutions, great is our sin.  Darwin in his book ‘Voyage of Beagle’, postulate that these deeds are done and palliated by men, who profess to love their neighbours ...
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