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Dynamics of the War to Peace Transition in Northern Uganda

The paper examines how the households in Northern Uganda have responded to the return of peace and how this is reflected in their livelihood patterns, demand for social services, asset accumulation, demographic and migration trends and their levels of trust for each other and their local leaders. The paper shows that access to services (particularly to schools and health facilities) has improved since the end of the conflict, although this has seemingly been to the detriment of other services like the provision of psycho-social support.

The Fourth Annual Report on Tracking Corruption Trends in Uganda: Using the Data Tracking Mechanism
The Fourth Annual Report on Tracking Corruption Trends in Uganda, using the Data Tracking Mechanism (DTM), is the fourth in a series of annual reports published by the Inspectorate of Government (IG), since 2010, with the support of development partners. 
This report is the third after the First and Second Reports on Tracking Corruption trends in Uganda which were launched in November 2010 and 2011, respectively. 
Second Annual Report on Tracking Corruption Trends in Uganda: Using the Data Tracking Mechanism
This report is the second after the First Annual Report on Tracking Corruption Trends in Uganda, which was launched in November 2010. The study utilises the Data Tracking Mechanism (DTM), which was launched in 2009 to address growing concern over the lack of credible tools and methods to track corruption.
First Annual Report on Corruption Trends in Uganda: Using the Data Tracking Mechanism
Corruption remains an impediment to development and a barrier to poverty reduction in Uganda and many other African countries. The Data Tracking Mechanism (DTM) was launched in 2009 to address growing concern regarding the lack of credible tools and methods to track corruption. This study provides a baseline for tracking corruption over time. 
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