Author Archives: krc

• Hon Ruhunda: the ingenous brain behind KRC Formation

Alex Ruhunda is the former President of the International Association for Community Development (IACD) a global network over 1200 members in 54 countries worldwide. Alex is also the founding Director of the Kabarole Research and Resource Centre(KRC) which works with thousands of grass roots families and organisations in Uganda, founding  chair of the Uganda Governance Monitoring Programme(UGMP)- a forum that ... Read More »

• KRC an epitome of Knowledge- Fr Dr.Kabura

By Joseph Mugisa Dr Fr. Pascal Kabura has described the Kabarole Research and Resource Centre (KRC) as the centre of knowledge, training centre for the young employees and architect in unifying people of different ethnic groups in the Rwenzori Region.  Fr Kabura a known academician and religious leader said that without KRC he wonders where the region would have been ... Read More »

• Twenty Years

KRC Marks 20 years Anniversary in style Fort Based Research Institution  organizes marathon to raise funds to buy medical equipments 20 million raised Tens Awarded Medals of excellence BY John Murungi Amooti Fort Portal    The bludgeoning sounds of the loud speakers filled the entire Mugurusi Road. The dancehall beats ebbed in well with the high tempo that meticulously opened,KRC@20 ... Read More »

• Kibiito farmer set to celebrate 20 Years of KRC

Joseph Mugisa-Kibiito   Mr Deo Mugisa, one of the many beneficiaries of Kabarole Research and Resource Centre (KRC) from Kibiito Sub County in Kabarole district says that KRC has all the reasons to celebrate 20 years of its achievements “If there is any NGO in this country that should celebrate its achievements it’s KRC,” Mugisa during an interview with this writer ... Read More »

• Bundibugyo rival political camps make peace, hold joint radio programs

By David Mugarra As the 2016 general elections reached fever-pitch, so did the agitations between various players in Bundibugyo get. The elections left Bundibugyo District more divided than ever before. The division was majorly on the political lines which later degenerated into a tribal and religious conundrum. The situation remained tense even after other parts of Uganda healed and went ... Read More »

• OPINION Health personnel need patriotism sessions

I wish to applaud the government of Uganda which introduced the patriotism sessions to CAOs and other public servants. I would therefore request that the same sessions be taken to health workers as well. I’ve seen the government doing all its best to ensure the medicines reach people through different systems like PUSH and infrastructures are attended to. They have ... Read More »

• Sensitization on condoms changed my attitude-Case story

Title of Story Sensitization on condoms changed my attitude     Name of storyteller Simbwa John Bosco   From Kitenga HCIII   Occupation of story teller Peasant   Sex Male   Period of change 2015   Date of recording 18/4/2016   Recorded by Masika Sedress Kalengyo     The story Being seen holding a condom was attributed to sexual actions ... Read More »

• KRC@20 Launched

By John Murungi Amooti What begun in earnest has now reached fever pitch, as the campaign to celebrate the 20 years of Research and Community Development by KRC was officially launched on 28th February 2017 at the KRC offices on Plot 28 Mugurusi Road in a colorful function attended by the KRC staff and partners from across the Rwenzori Region. ... Read More »

• KRC set to celebrate 20 years of existence

The casual meeting that begun in a tiny room at Livingstone Hall, Makerere, 20 years ago, has now epitomized into  a fully-fledged NGO operating in tens of districts in Uganda-and supporting thousands of community interventions In an interview with the Executive Director, Mr Julius Mwanga, KRC was Founded in 1996 by a team of 5 young graduates from Makerere University, ... Read More »

Kabarole Research & Resource Centre

Plot 28 Mugurusi Rd., Fort-Portal.
P.O.Box 782
Kampala Uganda
Telephone: +256-039-274-438
Email: krcuganda@krcug.org