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A critical reflection on the role of the Government in health service delivery and what has to be done to build a resilient public health sector which is the first point of call for the most vulnerable. The talk show aired live on NTV Uganda on 11th August 2020.

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A news report [in Luganda] following the launch of a study conducted by the Initiative for Social and Economic Rights into a five year Reproductive Health Voucher Project funded by the World Bank.

This video is the recording of the virtual launch of the report "Failing to Reach the Poorest?: Assessment of the World Bank Funded Reproductive Health Voucher Project". The report follows a study conducted by ISER into the five year Project.

A news report [in Luganda] following the launch of a study conducted bythe Initiative for Social and Economic Rights into a five year Reproductive Health Voucher Project funded by the World Bank.

A news report following the launch of a study conducted bythe Initiative for Social and Economic Rights into a five year Reproductive Health Voucher Project funded by the World Bank.

The discussion focused on the promotion of responsible business for economic recovery during and after Covid-19 and how all stakeholders - including businesses have to play their part in order to attain an inclusive, equitable and sustainable recovery. It was telecast live on NBS TV on 2nd August 2020.

A discussion on the status of continued learning during COVID–19 pandemic, and how best the plan can be implemented without leaving any child behind. It was telecast live on NTV Uganda on 22nd July 2020.

The National eDialogue on Education, under the theme "Mitigating the negative impacts of the COVID–19 Pandemic" was telecast on NBS TV on 15th July 2020. The goal was to discuss the status of learning during COVID – 19, inequalities that are arising in the education sector as a result of the same and the applicability of the lessons learnt from the pandemic in its aftermath.

ISER's Allana Kembabazi together with the Spokesperson for Ministry of Health in a discussion on NTV Uganda on how to ensure affordable health care for every Ugandan.

The program was telecast on July 13 2020

Joseph Byomuhangyi (Program Officer - Business & Human Rights) in an interview on NBS TV (29th July 2020) as a precursor to the eDialogue on promoting business for economic recovery that later happened on 2nd August 2020.

The COVID-19 pandemic, and resultant measures imposed by the Government to curb the spread of the virus, have affected the livelihoods, incomes and wellbeing of many households in Uganda, and their human capital in the immediate and long term. As such, social protection systems are a critical part of government response as they ensure that people have access to health care while supporting job and income security for those most affected. This is a recording of the eConference, with discussions on social protection, telecast on NTV Uganda on Sunday 7th June, 2020.


 

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