cialis 40mg http://cpllogoterapia.com/wp-includes/class-ixr.php geneva; font-size: small;”>This will be at the 4th edition of the Annual National Civil Society fair which is scheduled to run from Thursday, approved 26th June to Friday, discount 27th June at Hotel Africana under the theme ‘celebrating East African Citizenship’ at the NGO forum offices in Kampala.
Richard Sewakilyanga, the President for the East African Civil society Association has emphasized that the event will not only be used to review the progress of the National ID Project but it will also empower Ugandans with more knowledge about the East African Integration.
This event, to be officially opened by Hon Margaret Nantongo Zziwa the EALA Parliament Speaker will be graced by Government ministers like Gen Aronda Nyakairima (Internal Affairs), Hon Shem Bageine (State Minister for East African affairs) and many other dignitaries from both private and civil service sectors.
Richard has further disclosed that over 200 Civil Society Organizations have already registered to participate in the event where they plan to showcase their work and services to the public.
“We are going to show people that we are not only centred on criticizing the wrong deeds of the government but we can also partner with government in fostering development,” remarked Richard
Richard also revealed that at this two-day event, The Teachers Manifesto Report is to be launched and also women issues are to be held paramount on the program, a move to encourage young girls and women to work hard as well as develop hope of becoming successful in the life.