Trac FM service delivery in Uganda - supported by Twaweza

Trac FM is conducting weekly polls in Uganda on social issues and services delivery. This program is supported by Twaweza. Twaweza works on enabling children to learn, citizens to exercise agency and governments to be more open and responsive in Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda.

Environment

TRAC FM joined hands with WWF’s Earth Hour and Text to Change to combine mobile technology and radio to address the impact of this major environmental problem.


Infrastructure

TRAC FM works with community radio stations in Uganda to carry out polls to establish people’s perception about the transport sector and to look for bottlenecks in the road-network.

Agriculture

Trac FM has carried out several polls on the embattled National Agricultural Advisory Services in Uganda. We also have a substantial body of data on public reports and opinions from farmers on agriculture in their regions.

Women, youth and marginalized groups

Women, children, the elderly and the disabled are some of the marginalized groups in Uganda's society today. While much has been done since the NRM government came into power-there are provisions for women representatives in parliament, and more children have access to education-there is still a lot of ground to cover regarding their rights and livelihoods.

Health

Trac FM has carried out several polls on the issue of health in the various regions of Uganda. Click here to see what concerns individuals in specific districts.

Energy

Ugandans have widely debated and shared their opinions about the Energy sector via the platform provided by TRAC FM. 


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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