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101 Things You Wanted To Know About The Police But Were Afraid to ask. English Version

1. What is the Uganda Police Force? The police is the civil force in Uganda that is responsible for the prevention and detection of crime and maintenance of law and order. UPF is short for the Uganda Police Force. It consists of the members of the regular Uganda police, the Uganda Police Reserve and anyone that might be appointed, from time to time, as a special constable. Officers are sent out all over the country to serve the community. Read more

 

 
 


101 Things You Wanted to Know About the Police But Were Afraid to ask. Luo version

“JAMI 101 MA NONGO I MITO NGEYO NE I OKOM ABILI Ento Nongo I bedo ki Lworo Cwiny Me Penyo Ne UGANDA”. Ite tela marom aroma, abili pe gubedo lutic pa gamente ma gitye i loci, ento gitye ki tic ma Pen cik cimo me gwoko lwak ducu. Anywali me lobo Uganda aye giculo abili macalo lutic pa gamente mukene ni. Piman, anywali lobo ducu gitye ki dwon me ngiyo dok me penyo pi kor tic pa abili. Pire tek me ngeyo ni, kit ma abili tye ki tic pi anywali me lobo ni, lwak bene gitye ki tic bot abili. Read more

 

 


Ebikwaata ku Poliisi 101 Byewayagala Okumanya Naye notya okubibuuza. Luganda

Poliisi emirimu gyayo egikolera mu bantu ababulijjo okugeza; okulagirira ebidduka ku nguudo, okugumbulula obw’egugungo, okuwerekera ku abo ababa batwalibwa mu kkooti, okuwa obujulizi, okuwandiika okwemulugunya ku abo abaliko bebemulugunyako ku poliisi saako okutwaala abamenyi b’amateeka wamu n’abaserikale gye betaagibwa. Ekituufu kiri nti, abantu abasinga mu Uganda kitono nnyo kyebamanyi ku poliiisi. N’ebitonotono abantu bye bamanyi ku poliisi babifuna okuva mu mpapula z’amawulire, emikutu gya TV n’ebyogerwa abantu. Buli omu alina endowooza ye oba kyamanyi ku poliisi wadde nga sibyonna nti bisanyusa.Munsi ezabukalamu edda demokulasiya,  Read more

 


Access to Information Handbook Ateso version

“EITABO LOKA AKAN LO EPATANA AISIOM KANU ADUMUN AKIROSINEI NU EKISIL “
Iboro leupolok luejaasi toma okisil loko Uganda kanu adumun akirosinei .Epolok nu amisikin nukamunitos akiro nuejaasi toma okisil kanu adumun akirosinei. Kwap ejasi asekununeta nu akiro kanu itunga amisikin.“Okooti” Apolouke okoot lo atubon alapolon arai okooti lapolon; “Etiai lo isirigin” erai etiai lo adaun aitutub; kotoma ko Uganda, etiai lo etutubi eriakasi kede ilukumin akaisarei. “Akirosinei” imoriaritos nuiwadikatai, aputo, aipup kede akiro nu elomunete acumen; “Owowofisa lo akirosinei”  Read more

 

 

 

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Popularization of the National Housing policy

HURINET-U in Partnership with Water Aid Uganda & the Ministry of Lands, Housing & Urban Development Popularised the Simplified Version of National Housing Policy.

The National Housing Policy is primarily based on the right to adequate housing which is a human right that every Ugandan is entitled to. The realization of the right to housing contributes to the economic, social and cultural rights that can be traced in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948; the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, 1966; the African Charter on Human and People’s Rights (1986); and in the Treaty for the Establishment of the East African Community, 1999 at the regional Level, all of which, Uganda is a signatory.

The housing sector has in the past faced challenges some of which include: lack of specific and clear Policy, legal and institutional framework on housing development. Read more