In Uganda, only 2% of the national budget is spent on Agriculture. However, agriculture is the backbone of the Ugandan economy and accounts for 23% of the GDP (GDP is the sum of all economic activity in Uganda). More than 70% of all Ugandans are working in agriculture, and the large majority of them are subsistence farmers that produce just enough to cater for their families.
The Ugandan Human Rights Commission has reported an “unprecedented rise” in mob justice cases in recent years
Since 2006, more than 42,000 Ugandans have gone to the Middle East through labor exporting agencies. Many cases of abuse against Ugandans have been reported.
During the State of the Nation address President Museveni made a comment that as President, he should be able to give out 'brown envelopes'. We asked the people what they thought.
More than 3000 Radio listeners across Uganda suggest.
Trac FM partners with HEPS Uganda to enable citizens and media to address health service delivery.
Trac FM teams visits partner stations in Arua, Gulu, Lira and Soroti