Fostering Victim-Responsive Transitional Justice (TJ) In Uganda
Since 2020, RFPJ, in partnership with Foundation for Justice and Development Initiatives (FJDI) has been implementing this project targeting conflict-prone Rwenzori and Northern Uganda regions. This project seeks to foster victim-responsive Transitional Justice at local, regional and national levels involving direct and indirect victims of various conflicts, the Parliament of the Republic of Uganda and other actors involved in the furtherance of TJ including the Amnesty Commission and National inter-ministerial committee on TJ.
Closing the Gap: Secondary Education for all Girls in Ntoroko and Bundibugyo districts
This action targets two districts of Bundibugyo and Ntoroko neighboring the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). This project, supported by Seleve Foundation, seeks to rally girls in secondary schools and different stakeholders within the district and at national level to further the implementation of the USE program and also, further girls’ right to education as per Article 30 of the 1995 Uganda Constitution and Sustainable Development Goal Number 4. In this rallying call, this action has two orientations. In the first orientation, the action mobilizes girls in selected secondary schools to write their district-specific education manifestos, detailing their plight and what they think needs to be done to enhance their access to and retention in secondary schools. In the second orientation, the project seeks to disseminate girls’ district-specific education manifestos on local radio stations and also, at district and national levels for purposes of enhancing an evidence-based advocacy for girls’ education. The dissemination of girls’ education manifestos is also intended to influence public attitudes towards girls’ education and also, bring girls’ plight and interests to the attention of district and national level policy makers.
Accelerating Epidemic Control Fort (ACE)-Project
This project started in August 2018 and is supported by Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation-Uganda. RFPJ implements this project within Kabarole District and Fort Portal city and seeks to contribute to 95-95-95 UNAIDS HIV/AIDS targets. According to these targets, 95% of the people who are living with HIV should know their HIV status; 95% of the people who know that they are living with HIV should be on antiretroviral treatment; and 95% of people who are on treatment should virally suppress.