Key Projects implemented by Africa Leadership Institute (AFLI) in Uganda.
The Parliamentary Performance Scorecard and Civic Engagement Project (PAPSCE) is our flagship initiative implemented in partnership with the Democratic Governance Facility (DGF). We aim to enhance the democratisation process in Uganda by empowering the citizenry, through awareness creation, to demand accountable and responsive leadership.
We designed and implemented a cross-border initiative for expanded access and increased uptake of comprehensive and integrated HIV/Aids services among South Sudanese refugees and host-communities in the West Nile region and Kiryandogo District of Uganda.
We initiated a project among the Ateker communities straddling Uganda’s borders with Kenya, South Sudan and Ethiopia to spread a message of peace and harmonious co-existence through theatre, music and sports. We set out to do the unthinkable: Bring about camaraderie, companionship and stable relationships among the Karimojong, Turkana, West Pokot and Sabiny communities that…
Within the framework of our vision and mission, we implement initiatives to facilitate regional solidarity, co-existence and stability in the border areas. Under our theme titled “Sustainable Development Goals: Building Blocks for Peace”, we create dialogue avenues between senior government officials from communities like the Turkana and West Pokot counties of Kenya, Karamoja Region of Uganda, Toposa of South Sudan and Nyangatom of Ethiopia
After reviewing research reports, we took it upon ourselves to play a pivotal role in improving the welfare of children in the Karamoja region.
In partnership with UNICEF and other organisations, we set out to empower care-givers and leaders to create an enabling environment for children to live healthy and long.
We organised a conference of policy-makers, governance experts, diplomats and development specialists to discuss the myriad of historical challenges facing the Ateker communities living in the borderland area straddling Kenya, Uganda, Sudan and Ethiopia in the Eastern and Horn of Africa regions.
Together with partners we initiated an integrated peace and security project that achieved major milestones towards sustainable stability and development in the Karamoja region. Branded the Civil-Military Co-operation (CIMIC), the project was implemented through;