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Collin Ssekajugo, winner of the Human Rights Award 2019.

Mr. Sekajugo Collin, a Ugandan visual artist, is the third recipient of the prestigious annual human rights award. This award recognizes and celebrates extraordinary contributions of individuals to the field of human rights. It is given to individuals that have a stellar record in the advancement of human rights in Uganda.

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Ivan Muguya
The Intersection of Art and Human Rights.

The third annual Human Rights Convention organized by Chapter Four Uganda happened on 9th May, 2019. The overall theme of this year’s gathering was ‘Citizen Participation in Governance and Rule of Law’ and it brought together a number of partners that included Diakonia, Centre for Public Analysis (CEPA), CivSource Africa, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) Uganda, Akina Mama wa Africa, Uganda Consortium on Corporate Accountability (UCCA) and Embassy of Sweden in Uganda. More

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Omutima Omugabi

Greek in origin, philanthropy means “love of humanity.”  The word has taken on many connotations over the years. Today, the word philanthropy evokes images of large foundations and wealthy individuals seldom found in African communities. More

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Men's Retreat

At CivSource Africa, one of the things we are most passionate about is enabling leaders be their very best selves.  We believe critical self-reflection is core not only to our quality of practice but to our ability to withstand processes of rusting and erosion.

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Ivan Muguya
Women's day

International Women's Day #IWD2019 has just been concluded under the theme #BalanceForBetter. We, at CivSource Africa, joined in with the rest of the world to celebrate women by asking each of us to share which particular woman / women we are celebrating and why. To see who these women are, click here.

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Executive Directors' Retreat

In January 2019, we organised a retreat for Chief Executive Officers (CEO) and Executive Directors (EDs) to connect and reflect on their leadership journeys. The 3-day retreat was attended by 19 CEOs/EDs. Here some of them reflect on the impact that had on their personal and professional lives.

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Sharing experience on strengthening the Women’s Movement in Uganda

During the 4th Annual Uganda Women’s Week that took place at the end of October convened by Uganda Women’s Network (UWONET), we were requested by UWONET to convene a 2-hour parallel session that would provide a space for development partners and civil society organizations (CSOs) to have discussions on how best to advance an inclusive and development and gender equality agenda in Uganda. More

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Our First anniversary!

Where does time go? One year ago, on October 1st 2017, CivSource Africa was officially opened for business. Looking back, it’s been an amazing journey full of its fair share of ups and downs. More

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Ivan Muguya