1. Welcome to TRAC FM Website
  2. The Disability Rights Campaign
  3. Wottazela 3.0 - Water and Sanitation
  4. Increasing banana productivity
  5. The Land Rights Campaign
  6. Clean cooking and lighting alternatives

RAHU: Youth Friendly Health Services

What if you fear to ask your doctor?
Adolescents have specific health needs and often fear to approach health services. That is why specialized youth-friendly health services (YFHS) have started to roll out in Uganda. YFHS are regulated under the ‘Ugandan Adolescent Health Policy’. This policy is currently under review as it lacks clear guidelines on how the services should be implemented. The TRAC FM campaign, therefore, aimed to provide insight into the health needs for adolescents and the barriers they face in the current provision of YFHS.

ISER: Contracting private schools in public education

Getting parents to follow the money
The introduction of Universal Primary Education (UPE) resulted in a high demand for secondary education. To deal with this high demand, the government of Uganda in 2007 started to contract private schools to provide education to public students.

Raising awareness of Fall Armyworm among Farmers in Uganda

TRAC FM has partnered with the Centre for Agriculture and Bioscience International (CABI) and the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries to raise awareness of and sensitize farmers on how to detect and control the Fall Armyworm (FAW) among farmers in Central Uganda – with specific focus on Mubende, Mityana and Kiboga districts.

TRAC FM wins World Humanitarian Innovation Award

TRAC FM is proud to be the winner of the Humanitarian Innovation Awards in South Africa —a competition managed by the UN office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. 
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Valerie Amos UN OCHA highlights Trac FM in speech

 "To be effective we must listen to people (...) using for example TRAC FM to conduct country-wide citizen centred interactive radio polls."

Valerie Amos, UN Emergency Relief Coordinator, About TRAC FM, Speech at Canadian Humanitarian Conference, 5 December 2015