1.Legal Aid support
3.Accountability & Governance
4.Community awareness
P.O Box 962, Fort Portal - Uganda. Plot 38, Tooro Road, Nyaika Avenue Boma
A group photo after Local leaders engagements meeting held at Jerusalem in Fort portal on corporate company complience to environment and HR standards
Amanyire Simon facilitating in a workshop to Local leaders on how will communities be enaged to promote corporate social responsibility inititives at Jerusalem Paradise Hotel in FortPortal
Arnold Kwesiga of UCCA, Muhammadi Ndifunah of HURINET, Gerald Kankya of TLC Patrick Tumwine of HURINET, Brenda Bikorwomuhangi and Ntenga Moses at the Launch of the Childlabour report in May 2017.
Gerald training members of VBCs in South Division on promoting dialogue for improved service delivery.
Formation of Village Budget Club in South Division
A group photo after a training with members of Village Budget Club in Bweramule Sub County


Twerwaneho listeners club (lets struggle for ourselves) born of a history of isolated efforts on fundamental human rights is a local civic club bringing human rights activists together. In 2006, a group of local human rights activists started a radio talk show “Twerwaneho” meaning lets struggle for ourselves on local radios; Voice of Tooro and Life FM aimed at awakening people to debate issues of governance and rights. The program stimulated people and started engaging in informal debates and raising questions on issues of democracy and governance in Rwenzori region.


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