The Caritas-Hewasa polls reveal that local governments in Kabarole, Kyenjojo, Bunyangabu, Ntoroko and Kamwenge need to protect the environment in order for citizens to access clean water and improve the health and economy of communities.
TRAC FM asked radio listeners for their opinion on the performance of leaders; over the past 5 years, which Government representative has responded to your needs most?
In the second poll question of the Voices of Change campaign which brings to national debate citizens perspectives of democracy in the run-up to the 2021 general Elections. TRAC FM asked; What should the elected government's priority be in the next five years?
61% out of 13,838 respondents who participated in a nationwide poll indicate that campaigning only through media will not allow them to make an informed choice on who to vote for on Election Day.
TRAC FM participated in the 3rd Joint sector review by the Ministry of Lands, Housing & Urban Development under the theme: "Industrialisation & Job creation through planned Land use & Tenure Security”.
Results from the national SMS poll will reveal what radio listeners think about the registration process of land. Much of Ugandan land remains unregistered, why? Is the registration proccess perhaps too complicated, too expensive, is the problem joint tenancy or people just do not want to register their land?
Together with an extensive network of CSO and radio partners, TRAC FM facilitated a national radio debate on a topic that touches us all, land rights. This was the first of a series of topics was extensively discussed within the Common Matters 2 program.