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• Government responsiveness to the provision of text books in upper primary facilitate pupils reading culture in primary schools

By Mugerwa Fred In Kyegegwa town council limited reading culture as a result of limited access to reading materials such as text books has been a major issues associated with the poor performance in primary schools. The issues has been tabled to leaders through an issues papers, face the citizens’ rally and radio talk shows and face the leader meetings. ... Read More »

• Community change agents model influence leader’s responsiveness and quality of service delivery at Kakabara health centre III.

A community processes facilitator (CPF), John Kakooza ` raised the issue of dilapidated medical equipment at Kakabara health centre III. After raising the issue – both in the communities and social media, the leaders responded and revamped the equipment and also provided new ones.   The great civic conciseness has produced positive responsiveness has been applied in other infrastructural areas ... Read More »

• Maddox –Galihuma,Ruhoko –Mukunyu and Busanza Mukunyu Roads worked after citizens presenting issues paper to sub county and District leadership In Butiti sub county

                  Above: Part of Maddox – Galihuma road that was worked on Butiti sub county leadership. in Butiti Sub county in Kyenjojo district. Maddox –Galihuma,Ruhoko –Mukunyu and Busanza Roadsin Butiti sub county in Kyenjojo District have been in poor state for the last 1 year The roads were full of pot-holes and the ... Read More »

• KYEGEGWA CITIZENS RAISE IN ARMS, COMPEL DISTRICT TO PUT UP SEED SCHOOL

By Mugerwa Fred Ever since the creation of Kyegegwa district from Kyenjojo district, the sub county had had no secondary school despite the provisions in policy that every sub county should have one secondary school aided by government. Kyegegwa sub county is one of the oldest sub counties in the district. This issue has been critical for many years –during ... Read More »

• COVID-19

Lockdown extended to May KRC Supported farmers donate food to the task force By John Murungi Amooti ‘Never was so much owed by so many to so few’ Winston Churhill as he praised the great work of British Soldiers after successfully evacuating 338,000 Allied Forces from the battle-front after days of besiegement by Hitler forces in Dunkirk, during World War ... Read More »

• Civic Agency sets priorities for Kitagwenda District Leadership

By Tusiime Richard At the start of 2018, KRC’s Community Change Agents and Civic Educators in Mahyoro Sub County petitioned the district leadership of Kamwenge(the area was still under Kamwenge District) over the poor road network in the Sub County,most especially the Mahyoro-Kayinja-Nyabbani road; there was no periodic maintenance on the road like slashing road side bushes, cleaning of silted ... Read More »

• Savings changed my life to information

Title of story Savings changed my life to information Name of story teller Kengo Sekwa Age/ age group of the story teller 36 years Nationality Congolese Vulnerability Single parent with 7 children Location (Zone/village) Kavule zone E Date of recording 30th / 3/ 2020 Project ECHO-APEAL Story details What problem(s) were there in the beginning before support from Care International/ ... Read More »

• GBV survivor testimonies

As strategy to give first-hand information in direct speech from the beneficiaries/participants of the KRC intervention, this Newsletter brings you direct interviews. However, most of stories in this Edition are testimonies of refugees whom we are working with KRC under the APEAL VSLA Project supported by CARE International. Under International Law, we cannot use the photographs of people who might ... Read More »

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