Changing Uganda: the dilemmas of structural adjustment & by Michael Twaddle

By Michael Twaddle

Yoweri Museveni battled to energy in 1986 and his govt inspired many observers, a few of whom suggested it as a version for different African states suffering to increase their assets within the top pursuits in their humans. yet the place used to be swap to begin and the way used to be it to proceed in an effort to unravel the dilemmas dealing with Uganda? North the USA: Ohio U Press; Uganda: Fountain PublishersBR>

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These were originally presented to an international conference that we organized at Lyngby Landbrugsskole near Roskilde, Denmark, in September 1985. 2 However, when Uganda Now went to press it was only possible to take account of the first year of the NRM government, and then only provisionally. By the time our second international meeting on Uganda was held at Lyngby Landbrugsskole in September 1989, nearly four years had passed with the NRM in power. By then a much clearer picture had emerged of the NRM's economic and political objectives.

The principal political energies of the new government meanwhile were directed along lines already made clear in the 10-Point Programme issued by the NRA during its bush war against Obote 2 and the Okellos' dictatorship. It sought to restore Ugandans' human rights after the horrors of the Luwero triangle; strengthen the resistance committees that had proved so important in winning the bush war against Obote 2; introduce democracy at all levels of decision making in the country; politicize the army into a 'pro-people' rather than an 'anti-people' attitude; and introduce a new constitution for the whole country after adequate consultation.

Institutional dimensions of land tenure reform W. Kisamba-Mugerwa 311 Page ix Part Eight: Revolution in education? Tackling the diploma disease 22. Educational reform during socio-economic crisis W. Senteza Kajubi 322 Part Nine: Getting Ugandans to speak a common language 23. Recent developments in the language situation and prospects for the future Ruth G. Mukama 334 PART TEN Problems of gender and inculturation within a wider context 24. Privatization versus the market: cultural contradictions in structural adjustment Ali A.

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