Monthly Archives: August 2015

Why the ‘Karamoja convocation’ was sham and travesty

Originally posted on Apalochubakori Perspectives:
From 18th to 21st August 2015, thousands of Christians congregated at a convocation in Moroto Town, Karamoja. What should have been a prayer event touched on some sensitive key issues. I attended part of the events and share with you why I think the convocation became a pretense and a…

What does changing complex systems look like in practice?

What does changing complex systems look like in practice?.

DOING MY LITTLE BIT – BEING ECONOMICALLY, SOCIALLY AND ENVIRONMENTALLY ACCOUNTABLE

The CPAR Uganda Financial Year starts on the first day of April and ends on the last day of March. On Monday, 10th August 2015, as the Managing Director for CPAR Uganda, I delivered to our external auditors – a reputable firm that adheres to international auditing standards – for external auditing our books of […]

CONFESSIONS OF A ‘DEVELOPMENT’ PRACTITIONER – TRIVIALISING AFRICAN CULTURES

Sometimes back I worked for a membership development organisation (MDO) which had thousands of individual members – men and women who were living in relative poverty from all over Uganda. During a General Assembly of the MDO the members (approximately 400 who had attended the meeting) raised a concern on behalf of all the other […]