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TRAC FM lets citizens participate in Radio Polls through SMS and Realtime data-visualisation. We promote informed public debate and collect valuable data
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Activities such as stone quarrying & growing of eucalyptus trees along the banks of River have been banned to conserve & protect the river, What are the alternatives?
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TRAC FM Aug 10
In many communities, the burden of finding and collecting water for drinking, cooking, sanitation and hygiene falls on women. However, women are often not involved in decision making on water, sanitation and hygiene services.
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TRAC FM Aug 8
Community involvement and participation is key to the successful provision of quality and sustainable and services. However, citizen participation planning services in Tooro sub-region is still low.
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TRAC FM Aug 7
Over 1,500 people in Tooro sub-region in Western Uganda answered why some leaders favour some areas over others when it comes to the provision of water services? The majority of the respondents said it's mainly because of votes.
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TRAC FM Aug 6
Activities such as stone quarrying & growing of eucalyptus trees along the banks of River have been banned to conserve & protect the river, What are the alternatives?
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TRAC FM Aug 6
A poll question we ran in 2019 showed that 50% of radio listeners felt that latrine laws haven't been enforced in Tooro sub-region in Western Uganda. Now we asked them about the best way to enforce the laws.
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TRAC FM Aug 4
with 's methodology carried out an interactive radio campaign on the impact of COVID-19 on the livelihood of people with disabilities in Uganda. Full report now available.
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TRAC FM Jul 31
What should be done to make traditional justice more effective in communities in northern Uganda that were affected by conflict? 10,097 Respondents to this poll question.
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TRAC FM Jul 30
The government of Uganda has laid out formal justice institutions & processes to administer justice through courts of law. However, formal justice systems have many gaps & constraints which obstruct access to justice.
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Paul van Essen Jul 28
What should your leaders do to encourage you to participate in water and sanitation planning? radio campaign Simavi
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TRAC FM Jul 29
What has helped most to address the challenges faced by the people in northern Uganda as a result of conflict?
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TRAC FM Jul 28
What missing course of action is key to ensure justice for survivors of sexual violence and their children born of war?
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TRAC FM Jul 27
In post-conflict communities, preserving & honouring the memory of people who went missing or died, recognising the suffering of survivors and remembering specific conflict events are important for individual and collective healing.
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TRAC FM Jul 26
The Amnesty Commission in Uganda has granted amnesty to about 27,000 men, women, and children guaranteeing that acts committed under duress of war or political tensions will not be prosecuted.
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TRAC FM Jul 25
What should be done to address the immediate needs of victims of armed conflicts in northern Uganda? Over 10,000 responses to this poll question.
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TRAC FM Jul 24
Reconciliation is the long-term process by which people involved in violent dispute build trust, learn to live cooperatively, heal and create sustainable peace. What is the best way to promote reconciliation in northern Uganda?
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TRAC FM Jul 23
Over 1,500 people in Tooro sub-region in Western Uganda answered why some leaders favour some areas over others when it comes to the provision of water services? The majority of the respondents said it's mainly because of votes.
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Women's International Peace Centre Jul 23
We have been collecting data through radio that reaches the majority of people in their local languages. We worked with 10 radio stations from Acholi, Lango, West Nile, Karamoja and Teso sub regions.
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Women's International Peace Centre Jul 23
Replying to @jssozi @TRACFM
We've talked quite a lot about trauma and culturally, we rely on a social support system like neighbours and because of the lock down, we had to distance ourselves from the nearest people who would be willing to provide support.
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Women's International Peace Centre Jul 23
The pandemic has created serious setbacks to our normal trend of work especially in the field where we want to get the victims to participate. And in Uganda, some of the victims don't have modern services like radios or even phones- Margaret Ajok
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