Last month Emmanuel was in despair. His entire crop of maize had perished after he used a fertiliser product he now realised was fake. What could he do now that he and his family of six had nothing left to live on? In Uganda, the sale of counterfeit agricultural inputs is a problem that affects […]
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Working together to stop fake agricultural products in Uganda
28 August 2014 in Access to information, Accountability, Africa and Middle East, Civil society, Poverty and development, Private sector
Uganda’s police is up for a new challenge: to handcuff corruption
7 August 2012 in Defence and Security
Transparency International Uganda invited our defence and security team to assess the country’s needs on anti-corruption police training. Nick Seymour and Sir Stewart Eldon, senior consultants to the defence team, visited Uganda in July. Here’s their account of the experience. Despite President Museveni’s policy of zero tolerance to corruption, in place since 2006, Uganda has […]
Fighting corruption, empowering people in Uganda’s health service
11 July 2012 in Africa and Middle East, Poverty and development, Technology
It was another day of fieldwork; the project officer arrived at Amach health centre IV in Lira district, Northern Uganda at 9:15am and was welcomed by the security guard. No health worker had started working yet. He found 15 patients seated waiting for health service. By 10:20am 78 patients had lined up. Patients could not […]
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