02/2017. Policy makers agree to CSO proposals for the FY 2017/2018 budget

BY MARILYN KABALERE, Advocacy Officer, PELUM Uganda As we (CSOs and the public) continue to engage in the budget process, it is important to note that the discussions on agriculture financing are already yielding results. During a budget retreat that was held early this year, CSOs conducted an analysis of major government documents and came up with…

02/2017. Policy makers agree to CSO proposals for the FY 2017/2018 budget

BY MARILYN KABALERE, Advocacy Officer As we (CSOs and the public) continue to engage in the budget process, it is important to note that the discussions on agriculture financing are already yielding results. During a budget retreat that was held early this year, CSOs conducted an analysis of major government documents and came up with the…

How to engage in the National and Local Budget processes of Uganda

By Doreen Nanyonga. PELUM Uganda. As you may well be aware, the Uganda National Budget process is already underway and your participation is needed. Here is a guide on how you can engage in the National and Local Government budget processes. These posters give details on where and how you can be involved. The English…

Fun-filled 2016 Staff reflection

It was a great 4-days of reflection and fun during the 2016 staff reflection. Here are a couple of photos. You can put face to some of the staff members that you may have heard of.

12/2016. Report on the 2016 Indigenous Food Fair

BY DOREEN NANYONGA, M&E and Documentation Officer We are pleased to share with you a detailed report on the recently concluded Annual 6th Indigenous and Traditional Food Fair. The report gives details on the presentations made during the day and subsequent discussions, the exhibitions and the winners. You can download the report or view pictures from…

12/2016. New videos on farmer innovations

We recently had an opportunity to learn about Participatory Video capturing supported by A Growing Culture,  facilitated by Insight share and hosted by Kikanda Environmental Association (KEA). A key output from the training was development of 5 videos on Farmer innovations. These videos are now available for view. Follow the links below to access them. Enjoy…