December 20, 2022

‘Rural women and children suffer most from food insecurity and malnutrition’

Energetic men and boys are fleeing villages for paid work in urban centres, leaving women
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December 11, 2022

Legislators Pledge to Use Sugarcane Study Evidence to Improve the Sub-Sector

Members of Parliament in Uganda have pledged to use evidence generated from the sugarcane sub-sector
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November 16, 2022

EPRC hosts high-level dialogue on making labour externalisation safer.

Uganda government should increase budget allocation for consular services and empowering of the embassies to
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November 7, 2022

Unpaid Care Work: ‘My husband has started trusting me with money’

In pairs, they walked forward and sat side by side to share their stories about
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October 22, 2022

Experts vouch for apprenticeship to solve youth unemployment in Uganda

Access to long-term internship and apprenticeship opportunities for young people in Uganda may be key
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September 25, 2022

Women in Uganda still spend more time in unpaid care work – report

Ugandan women spend five and a half hours per day doing unpaid care work, a
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September 20, 2022

Outgrowers dump sugarcane growing – report

An assessment of the sugarcane sub-sector in Uganda found that at least 11, 364 farmers
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September 18, 2022

Women’s land rights are key for Uganda’s food security

Uganda continues to grapple with worsening food security despite several attempts to remedy the same.
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