Author Archives: krc

JIGGERS, JIGGERS –AND MORE JIGGERS IN KYARUSOZI

By Primus Bahigi; 4th December 2015 It’s a bright Thursday morning, and I am going about my usual work of meeting and equipping change agents with unique skills on governance, leadership and managing change. After the 1st session, I decide to take a tour of the surrounding areas with the surrounding environment, as I was walking, my eyes were met ... Read More »

CHANGE STORY; KRC COMMUNITY MEETINGS SPUR IMMUNISATION IN KIBALE

Title of Story Introduction of Immunisation Days had long delayed.   Name of storyteller Sunday From Muhooro Town council Occupation of story teller VHT Sex MALE Period of change March –August 2015 Date of recording 4.8.2015 Recorded by Nyakahuma Fortunate   The story Before KRC started holding meetings in our community, many people were not aware that a Health centre ... Read More »

THE KRC BIO-REFINERY PROJECT ON STEADY COURSE, GROWING OF PASTURE IN HIGH GEAR

By Enock Twinomuhwezi, 4th December 2015 Just as we reported a few months ago, KRC has teamed up with a number of partners to implement a bio-refinery project aimed at extracting plant protein from pasture grasses and legumes with high protein content to increase the nutritional value of animal and chicken feeds. The project is being implemented with financial support ... Read More »

POST NRM PRIMARIES: KRC,RFPJ, MOVE TO DIFFUSE TENSIONS IN BUNDIBUGYO

By Yosia Baluku, 4th December 2015 The open discussions on electoral violence conducted by KRC’s Peace and justice program brought to the fore the challenges encountered in the recently concluded NRM primary elections in Bubukwanga. Though the exercise was meant to help the NRM party select candidates to carry its flag at the forth coming general polls to a large ... Read More »

Leaders on spot as Anti-corruption caravan reaches Fort Portal

John Murungi Amooti Balya Road Fort Portal 4th November 2015 The synchronized calligraphy on the T-shirts ebbed in well with the blaring music from the loud speakers. The message was all plain and clear; Say no to vote buying, a vote sold is a service denied’ –and indeed it was, as the thousands of citizens who turned up for the ... Read More »

Lorena Stove: the panacea to rural energy saving

By Karin Felzmann, Fort Portal 6.Nov 2015 As the looming danger of effects of climate change reach fever-pitch in Sub Sahara Africa, development oriented institutions are not lying idle. One such institution is Kabarole Research and Research Centre under the Climate Change Adaption program which focuses on teaching the youth to build energy saving stoves and henceforth become trainers and ... Read More »

MASSIVE CIVIC ACTION AS 75% OF RWENZORI LEADERS LOSE NRM POLLS

By John Murungi Amooti, 6.Nov. 2015 The simmering agitations by the citizens had for quite some time been envisaged -but the biggest question had been ‘when would it translate into civic action’- but it did; as nearly all but few incumbent leaders scrapped through the bruising and gruesome NRM Party Primaries, held late October, ostensibly ending their tenure as holders ... Read More »

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Kampala Uganda
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