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.
In the aftermath of the 2016 elections, TRAC FM set up a 5 months campaign to ask listeners key issues about Uganda's future and follow-up on the results of the presidential elections.
Getting access to clean water is still a problem for many Ugandans. TRAC FM pairs up with uNws and ACP-EU to evaluate the effectiveness of piped water schemes in Northern Uganda.
'Set the Agenda' is an initiative by TRAC FM to set up a nation wide campaign where the citizens of Uganda can make their voices count before the 2016 presidential elections. In four weeks, we got more than 39.000 responses: have a look at the results.
Uganda faces numerous T&A challenges, including limited access and re-use of public sector information, opaqueness in government operations, multiple fragmented actors, and lack of technical skills and capacity for demand and supply of data for T&A, among others.
TRAC FM 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 a specific focus on Mubende, Mityana and Kiboga districts.