Chrispin Mutehimbwa Kakuba the Executive Director of Sensitise Uganda calls upon the world to embrace dialogue in order to promote peace through religious and cultural institutions. He made these remarks during a training on Counter Violence extremism in Uganda conducted by Extremely Together Initiative Fellows. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O605iMJLCYo&feature=youtu.be
There is general consensus that youth and women should be the engine driving Uganda agricultural sector development Speaker after speaker at the side event of the just concluded 6th Joint Agricultural Sector Annual Review meeting at Speke Resort ,Munyonyo, stressed the important role women and young people play in the agricultural sector, calling for all […] … Continue reading Promoting Youth in Agriculture — SENSITISE UGANDA
MAKE THE YOUTH AN INTEGRAL PART OF PEACE BUILDING AND CONFLICT PREVENTION IN UGANDA. On the occasion of this year’s International Youth Day, the members of the Sensitise Uganda https://www.facebook.com/sensitiseuganda/ wishes to congratulate all young people in Uganda, Africa and the whole world for their positive contribution towards the promotion of peace and security in … Continue reading Youth as Drivers of Peace
The Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development, Matia Kasaija has revealed that Bridge International academies were closed recently because government suspected they were teaching pornography and the content related to lesbianism and homosexuality. The Minister was speaking at the 22nd graduation ceremony of Uganda Martyrs’ University (UMU) at their main campus in Nkozi, Mpigi … Continue reading Bridge Academies were closed over teaching pornography…. Min. Maria Kasaija said.
KAMPALA: His has become an instant household name in the country since last Saturday when he was thrust in the spotlight as the prime suspect in the fatal shooting of Kenneth Akena, a community development officer working in Kasese District Yet police investigations are yet to pin him directly to the crime, basing on the … Continue reading The Inside Story: Who is Mathew Kanyamunyu
*Understanding the challenges of current economic environment: The Need to fix economic fundamentals. By Prof Augustus Nuwagaba (PhD)* The main talk in every corner of Uganda is the question whether the ordinary Ugandan will survive the current economic environment. I want to begin on a positive note that with God’s grace, people will make it … Continue reading Uganda’s Economic Crisis
THE BUDGET WE WANT TO SEE!! KAMPALA YOUTHS ADVOCACY NETWORK ON BEHALF OF THE YOUNG PEOPLE OF KAMPALA ISSUE BRIEF PAPER # 1 Issue: Teenage Pregnancy/Early/Forced marriages 1.0 Background: According to UNICEF’ S report 2011 State of the World’ s Children , national statistics show that 40% of women in Uganda were below the age … Continue reading THE BUDGET WE WANT: Youth influence budget processes in KCCA