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Uganda

Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

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New Facing Justice reporters (left to right) Alex Otto, Oroma Gladys and Cho Woo Willy. (Photo: IWPR)
12 Oct 12
Reporters will be mentored as they work on programmes for an audience of four million.
The second phase of the development programme for northern Uganda will seek to build up the economy of this impoverished region. (Photo: Simon Jennings)
8 Oct 12
Local government so under-resourced that it will find it hard to deliver ambitious development plan for northern areas.
30 Sep 12
Local government so under-resourced that it will find it hard to deliver ambitious development plan for northern areas.
15 Sep 12
How will projects help region recover after 20-year conflict?
30 Aug 12
As organisations representing claimants face questions, their critics demand more transparency.
15 Aug 12
But is enough being done to develop infrastructure at the local level in northern Uganda?
31 Jul 12
Following region’s 20-year rebel insurgency, concern that redevelopment efforts have ignored widespread psychological disorders stemming from conflict.
15 Jul 12
As cases spread, parents are struggling to reach health centres to pick up medication.
13 Jul 12
Headmistress offers boys bursary after hearing of their plight on Facing Justice radio programme.
10 Jul 12
As cases spread, parents are struggling to reach health centres to pick up medication.

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