Wednesday, 23 December 2009

FROM 9:00PM - 5:00AM
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The Vision of NRMO is a peaceful, united, democratic, harmonious, industrialised, transformed and prosperous Uganda within a strong and united Africa.The Mission of NRMO is to transform Uganda from a poor peasant society into a modern, industrial, united and prosperous society

NRMO is a national, broad based, inclusive, democratic, non-sectarian, multi-ideological, multi-interest and progressive mass organization.

NRM Issues
The journey of the human race has been, indeed, a very long one; the journey of the human society has been a very long one; the journey of the Africans has been a very long one and a particularly difficult one; the journey of Uganda has been long and, particularly, troubled.
In order to get a correct perspective of the future, we must cast our eyes into the distant and recent past so as to gain a correct understanding of the journey traversed by the human race, the human society, the African race and the people of Uganda. Where did we come from? Where are we now? Where should we be?
Science names the early progenitors of man as Hominids. These Hominids went through different stages of evolution – Homo erectus (the standing man), Homo-sapien (the wise man) to Homo sapien sapien (the present human being). The cranial capacity of the early Hominids was 440 – 480 ml; The Homo-erectus’ cranial capacity was 800 – 1100 ml; The Homo-sapien cranial capacity was 1100 – 1750 ml; The Present human’s cranial capacity is 1600ml. Therefore, the human being has been evolving.
The society has also been evolving from the ancient hunter-gathering societies, through the Bronze Age, the domestication of crops and animals, the Iron Age, the feudal era to the present industrial societies of the West. The only hunters and gatherers that have not learnt to domesticate their organisms in their interests are the fishermen. They still go to the wild (the lake) to catch the fish.

Our Objectives
• Mobilise the people of Uganda to support and work for the attainment of the vision of NRM;
• Consolidate democracy and constitutional governance in Uganda;
• Consolidate peace, security, protection of persons and property, and eliminate all forms of terrorism;
• Consolidate national unity and patriotism;
• Devolve power from the Central Government to the regions as another tier of governance provided this does not compromise the wider goal of economic and political integration of East Africa;
• Defend national sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence of Uganda;
• Build an integrated, self-sustaining and independent national economy;
• Develop and continuously maintain socio-economic infrastructure and amenities and ensure balanced regional development
• Strengthen the capacity to eradicate corruption;
• Build capacity for disaster management and resettlement of displaced people;
• Pursue economic and political integration of East Africa;
• Implement a strategy of private sector led growth and export oriented production;
• Generate employment, create wealth, widen the tax base, and develop infrastructure
• Implement a policy of socio-economic infrastructure development using internal long term borrowing in addition to external sources of funding;
• Implement a focussed Human Resource Development policy and capacity building in the technical and public service sector;
• Apply science and technology in all aspects of development for the transformation of society;
• Preserve and develop our culture;
• Consolidate programmes which are responsive to gender and marginalized groups;
• Undertake exploitation of natural resources for the good of the people and to preserve, protect and manage the environment to ensure sustainable development;
• Pursue a policy of Pan-Africanism, promotion of a common African market and pursue the realisation of African Union;
• Foster regional and world peace, democracy and social justice;
• Cooperate with other organisations in pursuing the purposes of this Constitution and for the benefit of humanity;
• Undertake any other activity for the attainment of the objectives of this Constitution and vision of NRM.

Voices of African Women Bulletin

Welcome to the Voices of African Women A WILPF# Bulletin. Our Aim is to alert you to events that are happening. For example, events and media activity, key governments’ announcement and research reports from other Social agencies. We also highlight programmes related to our work, external conferences and WILPF internal events. Since the seminars last year, WILPF has been busy getting support for women’s organisations. The declaration is online and keeps gaining more support. We have been engaging in dialogue to increase support to African women’s organisations. If you have any suggestions for future items to include in this bulletin, please email us at;
Summary and content of the Bulletin
Since August we have been meeting with African embassies, calling on African governments to support women’s organisations in their countries. We will also start working on Security Council Resolution 1325 in African countries to increase women’s participation in decision making. In the coming months, we will be meeting with the representatives of the countries signatories of the UN Security Council. At the last meeting we heard the Voices of Chadian women.
Next meeting
We will have a working session on UN SEC 1325 and strengthening our knowledge as well as understanding of legal framework for women rights in Africa.The meeting is scheduled for the 6 February 2010, from 10:00am-6:00pm. Come along to find out how you can contribute to this important campaign.

Venue: Ground floor, Tindlemanor, 52-54 Featherstone St, London EC1Y 8RT. For more information contact us on 0207 250 1968 or email