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ACR Issue 327

Alex Otto
15 May 13
Legacy of conflict, poverty and teacher shortage contribute to poor performance of region’s primary schools.
Oroma Gladys
30 Apr 13
How have children born with the virus coped as they grew up?
Alex Otto, Oroma Gladys, Cho Woo Willy
15 Apr 13
Lack of midwives and key equipment have left some health facilities struggling to cope.
Alex Otto, Oroma Gladys, Cho Woo Willy
30 Mar 13
Fears grow over whether government will fill gap in support for former LRA combatants.
Alex Otto, Oroma Gladys, Cho Woo Willy
28 Feb 13
High numbers on remand and slow justice system are swelling in-mate numbers.
Alex Otto, Oroma Gladys, Cho Woo Willy
15 Feb 13
Are region’s forces any closer to apprehending notorious rebel leader?
Alex Otto, Oroma Gladys, Cho Woo Willy
31 Jan 13
Calls for a comprehensive re-stocking exercise following loses during region's wars.
Alex Otto, Oroma Gladys, Cho Woo Willy
14 Jan 13
Lawyers for Thomas Kwoyelo say he is being unfairly detained after High Court terminated his trial.
Alex Otto, Oroma Gladys, Cho Woo Willy
30 Dec 12
Victims still awaiting government support six years after government promises to support those injured during rebel war in northern Uganda.
Alex Otto, Oroma Gladys, Cho Woo Willy
15 Dec 12
They say continued detention of former Lord's Resistance Army commander without charge is unlawful.
Alex Otto, Oroma Gladys, Cho Woo Willy
30 Nov 12
Widespread fears that ongoing projects in war torn northern Uganda will be cut short.
Alex Otto, Oroma Gladys, Cho Woo Willy
15 Nov 12
New UN crop purchasing scheme is welcomed by growers in northern Uganda but not everyone has been able to access it.
Alex Otto, Oroma Gladys, Cho Woo Willy
30 Oct 12
Experts call for training and disciplinary action as force tops report on human rights violations.
Alex Otto, Oroma Gladys, Cho Woo Willy
15 Oct 12
Patients in the north complain of illicit payments requested by hospital staff and difficulties accessing specialist treatment.
Alex Otto, Oroma Gladys, Cho Woo Willy
30 Sep 12
Local government so under-resourced that it will find it hard to deliver ambitious development plan for northern areas.
Alex Otto, Oroma Gladys, Cho Woo Willy
15 Sep 12
How will projects help region recover after 20-year conflict?
Arthur Okot, Gillian Lamunu, Bill Oketch
30 Aug 12
As organisations representing claimants face questions, their critics demand more transparency.
Arthur Okot, Gillian Lamunu, Bill Oketch
15 Aug 12
But is enough being done to develop infrastructure at the local level in northern Uganda?
Arthur Okot, Gillian Lamunu, Bill Oketch
31 Jul 12
Following region’s 20-year rebel insurgency, concern that redevelopment efforts have ignored widespread psychological disorders stemming from conflict.
Children play on top of a vehicle destroyed during post-election violence in Kibera, Nairobi. (Photo: The Star/Kenya)
Emmanuel Igunza
16 Jul 12
Government dragging its feet on court-ordered compensation for those shot by police during 2007-8 unrest.
Arthur Okot, Gillian Lamunu, Bill Oketch
15 Jul 12
As cases spread, parents are struggling to reach health centres to pick up medication.
Arthur Okot, Gillian Lamunu, Bill Oketch
30 Jun 12
Sudden change in country’s law prompts fears for those still being held by the rebels.
Arthur Okot, Gillian Lamunu, Bill Oketch
15 Jun 12
Security services draw criticism for failing to properly inform public of firearms collection programme.
Arthur Okot, Gillian Lamunu, Bill Oketch
30 May 12
Observers worried that threats to journalists and restrictions on media could derail redevelopment efforts in northern Uganda.
Arthur Okot, Gillian Lamunu, Bill Oketch
15 May 12
Concern that those in the north of the country will struggle to meet scheme's stringent application criteria.
Arthur Okot
30 Apr 12
Widespread concerns that under-resourced local government and police are not doing enough on child protection.