Housekeeper Salama I. Okello

Salama Isagara Okello, a beneficiary of the CPAR Uganda “Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators Against Poverty” programme, has since become an employee of CPAR Uganda, as our Senior Housekeeper, and in which capacity she is providing logistical support to the “Challenging Categories: Educated Unemployed Youth as Institutional Innovators in Rural Uganda” research project. Whereas, Salama resides inContinue reading “Housekeeper Salama I. Okello”

Administrative Assistant Awino Gladys

Awino Gladys, a beneficiary of the CPAR Uganda “Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators Against Poverty” programme, has since become an employee of CPAR Uganda, as our Administrative Assistant, and in which capacity she is providing clerical support to the “Challenging Categories: Educated Unemployed Youth as Institutional Innovators in Rural Uganda” research project. Gladys resides in LiraContinue reading “Administrative Assistant Awino Gladys”

Research Abstract

In rural Uganda there is a generation of young women and men who are the first in their family to go to school. Most do not have jobs. Many also participate in local institutions: churches, courts, committees. What changes are poorer, educated, often unemployed youth bringing to these institutions? What ways does their participation reconfigureContinue reading “Research Abstract”