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  As the sun rises on such a beautiful Wednesday morning, my thoughts cannot be separated from what has happened in Uganda for the last three months. But, as of today, let’s talk about one of the country’s key sectors–the … Continue reading

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Can Data about police practice improve citizen people relations with Uganda’s Police?

    For those following developments about police practice in Uganda, less surprising the few months into 2017 have not been the best  of moments for  Uganda’s national force. Painting the Picture: What could the police be doing wrong? In … Continue reading

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SIM card registration in Uganda: When Data management and transparency is tested

In April 2017, the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) ordered a 7 days ultimatum demanding Ugandan citizens to register their SIM cards with local service providers using their national identity cards or risk deactivation. The move by government is defended on grounds … Continue reading

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Embrace Open Justice to improve judicial transparency and accountability in Uganda

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Performance of Uganda’s health Sector; Can increased financial allocation improve service delivery?

Uganda’s human development especially the health sector is ranked 20th on the continent  at a score of 70.3 in the Mo Ibrahim Index of African Governance 2015. To her credit, Uganda’s health sector has  registered improvements over the last four … Continue reading

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