May 10, 2023

Change is possible, say Ugandan women on sharing the care work burden

Women leaders in the western district of Mbarara have expressed optimism that it is possible
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Mar 31, 2023

Experts advise gov’t on gaps in new O-level curriculum

Experts have noted that the training offered as the new ‘O’ level curriculum was being
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Mar 29, 2023

Farmers’ delight: the story of Mubuku II irrigation scheme

With Uganda’s public debt estimated to reach 53% of GDP in 2023, Economic Policy Research
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Mar 25, 2023

Uncertainty over land rights confine Ugandans into poverty

Unending land disputes are impacting agriculture production and holding many Ugandans into poverty. According to
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Mar 6, 2023

Namuleme is the EPRC Young Professional 2023

Ms. Hildah Namuleme is the Economic Policy Research Centre’s Young Professional (YP) 2023. This is
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Dec 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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Dec 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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Nov 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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