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BUDGET AND GOVERNANCE LEARNING PROGRAM FOR EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY IN KIGALI, RWANDA

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The visit to Kigali, Rwanda by the Project Manager – Social Housing, Urban Spaces Innovation, Lookman Oshodi was at the instance of Collectif des Ligues et Associations de Defense des Droits de l’Homme au Rwanda [CLADHO], an umbrella organization for civil society organizations in Rwanda including ARDHO, UPRODHOR, MPEDH, KANYARWANDA, RWAMREC, MDD, ADL and AVP. CLADHO areas of intervention are economic governance, policy analysis, human rights and citizen participation. Lookman Oshodi was invited to facilitate a training program on budget and governance for the civil society organizations of the East African Community [EAC]. Members of the EAC are Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Burundi and Kenya. The training program supported by the German Technical Cooperation [GIZ] and Norwegian Peoples Aid [NPA] Rwanda took place from October 1 to October 5, 2012.

Program Facilitator, Lookman Oshodi, CLADHO Chairperson, Me Ngajime larabo Guido and GIZ Technical Advisor, Britta Krueges at the Opening Day for the Budget and Governance Learning Program for the CSO in East African Community

Me Alexis Floriz Nkurunziza of CLADHO delivering the opening remark

Program Facilitator, Lookman Oshodi explaining budget issues to the participants. Orizaarwa Elliot of Uganda listening.

Lookman Oshodi sharing information with Alexandra Michel – Dabler of the GIZ

Participants from Rwanda Discussing the Country’s Budget

Participants from Uganda [Front] and Tanzania [Rear Left] Analyzing Countries’ Budgets

Participants Listening to the Facilitator

Wolde Wesa of the National Taxpayers Association Kenya Making a Presentation

Orizaarwa Elliot of the Women and Girl Child Development Association in Uganda Making a Presentation

Alexandra Michel – Dobler of the GIZ Reviewing the Report of the Previous Day Activities

Angelique Dusenge of PRO – FEMMESITH Rwanda Making a Presentation

Elisante Kitulo of Hakielimu in Tanzania Presenting

Nkurunziza Enock of AJPRODHO – JIJUKIRWA, Rwanda Making a Presentation

Cross Section of the Participants

Faustin Ndikunana of PARCEM, Burundi During his Presentation

The Facilitator, Lookman Oshodi Discussing with Rwandan Participants

Raphael Muya of Institute of Economic Affairs, Kenya Making a Presentation

Mutabazi Sam Stewart of Uganda Road Sector Support Initiative Making a Presentation

L-R: Elisante Kitulo, Joyce Mkina, Boniventura Godfrey and Mwemezi Makumba [Back] from Tanzania

Kampire Bahana of Forum for Women in Democracy, Uganda Receiving the Certificate of Participation

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2 Comments

  1. DEAR Look man
    This was good work done. Though we had agreed to form a coalition of the participated COUNTRIES on issues of Budget and governance. You can help us to reorganize again. May be the next meeting would take place in Uganda. Civil society budget advocacy group is doing a lot in relation to advocating for pro-poor budgets of which can love to add on the governance issues.

  2. Lookman, This is fantastic! you managed to capture all the participants and presentations. I have seen you have a lot of literature on population and urban planning. Very interesting

    Executive Director
    Uganda Road Sector Support Initiative (URSSI)
    http//www.ugandaroadsector.org

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