No one is Invisible: More efforts needed on financial inclusion of disadvantaged girls and women in Uganda.
How big is the challenge of financial inclusion for women in Uganda? The global scale of women’s financial exclusion makes it clear that in order to achieve universal financial access, we need to focus on women. According to Global Financial...READ MORE
The concept of youth in development and civic affairs is variously viewed with mixed feelings across the country’s social strata; a section of society connotes youth to laziness and irresponsibility with little or no significant world view. The relationship between...READ MORE
Upon recognizing that youth lack employable skills that are relevant in the current job market, government in 2008 embarked on Business, Technical and Vocational Training (BTVET) to train and educate all individuals in need of relevant skills that would raise...READ MORE
For the youngest country on the African continent which is Uganda, it is seemingly easy to make the case for youth representation in policy spaces without minding about its quality. The converse risk of being youth, due to our large...READ MORE
Sometimes overlooked, but essential: Why citizen empowerment is significant to improve public service delivery in Uganda
Poor service delivery remains an eyesore in Uganda’s impressive attempt to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Despite ostensible efforts by the government through its democratic decentralisation programmes, that brought a number of institutional and policy reforms, public service delivery...READ MORE
Recent graduates of the first Youth4Policy cohort meet with the Minister of the Presidency. The alumni of the Youth4Policy programme used the opportunity to make a case for their areas of research as well as sharing their policy suggestions, which...READ MORE