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Ten Years of Networking

Vol. 7. No. 2 A Quarterly Publication

April-June 1999

Edited and typeset by
June Nabunnya

Cover page design
Jovan Bahizi

Printed by
M. K. Graphics P. O. Box
1402 Kampala, Plot 17A Nasser
Road, Phone: 256-41-250812

Publishers
Development Network of Indigenous Voluntary Associations (DENIVA), Makerere Road, Kagugube Zone, Block 9, Plot 490 (near the Law Development Centre), P.O. Box 11224 Kampala, Uganda, Tel: 256-41-530575/531150, Fax: 256-41-531236, E-mail: denivaug@infocom.co.ug

DENIVA aims at creating a strong indigenous NGO Sector in Uganda. It tries to achieve this through national and international networking, facilitation of training, research and influencing Government policies.

DENIVA News a quarterly publication by the DENIVA Secretariat. It is a tool for sharing experiences and information among the DENIVA members and other stakeholders in development Articles, news items and reports preferably accompanied by photographs or illustrations are welcome to the Editor. All contributions should be written in English. Guidelines on writing simple articles are included in this issue.

“The Government of Uganda at the UN sponsored International Social Summit in Copenhagen, 1995 committed itself to “create an environment that will enable people to achieve social development, eradicate poverty, allow equal access to education and health and achieve greater gender equality. Read on and find out how much has been fulfilled since 1995, and what more is needed”