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                                                             INFOC UGANDA
                                                           Inter-faith based Action for Ethics and Integrity
                               P.O Box 35041, Kampala, Uganda , 256-312–265611/256-752-692544 ,

                                                             As per the 20th February 2012

                                                                        Supported by

                                             PARTNERSHIP FOR TRANSPARENCY FUND (PTF)


           TABLE OF CONTENT:

                 Table of Content                                                          2
           1.    Introduction                                                              3
           2.    Project Achievements                                                      3
                 1. Consensus Building                                                     3
                     Implementation Structure                                              4
                 2. Baseline Survey                                                        5
                 3. Policy Review, Tools and Resource Material Development                 10
                 4. Inception Meetings                                                     11
                 5. Capacity Building                                                      13
                 6. Community Awareness program designing                                  14
                 7. Procurement Budget Tracking, Feedback and Advocacy                     14
                 8. Phase 1 Financial Report                                               15
                     8.1    Gross Financial Statement                                      16
           3.    Implementation Challenges                                                 17
           4.    Attainment Matrix                                                         18
           5.    Monitoring Groups formed                                                  20
           6.    Stakeholders Directory                                                    28
           7.    Project Director’s Endorsement                                            35


                       ACPPP      Anti-Corruption Public Private
                       DEI        Directorate of Ethics and Integrity
                       DNC        District NAADS Coordinator
                       FY         Financial Year
                       HLG        Higher Local Government
                       INFOC      Inter-Faith Based Action for Ethics and Integrity
                       LG         Local Government
                       LLG        Lower Local Government
                       MAAIF      Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries
                       MoFPED     Ministry of Finance Planning and Economic Development
                       NAADS      National Agriculture Advisory Development Services
                       NDP        National Development Plan
                       OPM        Office of the Prime Minister
                       PC         Production Coordinator
                       PCC        Parish Coordination Committee
                       PEAP       Poverty Eradication Action Plan
                       PMA        Plan for Modernization of Agriculture
                       PPDA       Public Procurement and Disposal Act
                       SAS        Senior Assistant Secretary
                       SNC        Sub County NAADS Coordinator



           Project Title: Strengthening Citizen’s Monitoring of Public Procurement at Local Level.

INFOC Uganda is contributing towards closing the gaps in Citizen’s Monitoring Public procurement.
This will be achieved through relevant policy reviews, mobilization and build capacity of the existing
community monitoring groups. Integrity pacts will be applied for joint monitoring specific procurement
project contracts under the Agriculture / NAADs sector at the local levels in Kabale and Arua districts
respectively. The two districts were strategically selected because of the need to review the utilization of
the big investment in agricultural sector. Arua District in the Northern Uganda is benefiting huge funds
for restoration of the Agro sector. The Project aims at development of a universally acceptable public
procurement model policy that enhances effective citizen’s participation in public procurement planning
and budgeting process.

This report covers the activities of the first phase for a period of 3 months starting 20th November 2011 to
20th February 2012. The planned project outputs under Phase 1 included a baseline study, awareness
program designed, 30 trainers of trainers (T.O.Ts) and a financial report.

     Project Objectives and Activities.

     1. Increase numbers of civil groups pro-actively and effectively monitoring public procurement
        budgeting process by 12.
     2. Enhance citizens’ value assessment skills to cause realistic procurement budgets.
     3. Increase local government responsiveness to the concerns and demands of people.
     4. Increase budget transparency in the public procurement process at local.


The Phase I project activities included mobilization and orientation to build consensus, conducting a
baseline survey and profiling the monitoring groups, development of policy proposal and resource
material, organizing an inception meeting and training for the registered community monitors. INFOC
was encouraged by the PTF delegate’s visit; Judy Estrom appreciated the effort and progress so far. The
act exhibited PTF’s solidarity and concern for the progress and results of the project.

     1. Consensus Building
The mobilization and orientation outreach affected at least 1000 people and attracted 150 stakeholders
actively participate in the initiative to Strengthen Citizens’ Monitoring NAADs Procurement in Arua and
Kabale districts; specifically piloting in Vuura and Bubaare sub counties. The consensus building
meetings held resulted into the confirmation of District coordinating units. The Uganda Catholic
Secretariat accepted to participate and over see the project in Arua District through the Development arm;
CARITAS ARUA office. The Church of Uganda Diocese of Kigezi is participating through the
Development Department and coordinates activities through the Boys and Girls Brigade of Kigezi
department. The sub county coordinating units were formed through the District coordinating units to
complete the structure. The challenge in this exercise was failure to bring on board the much needed
technical resource from Uganda Law Society for professional legal aid in proposing the relevant Bye

1.1        Project Implementation structure

                                 NATIONAL LEVEL

                                     INFOC Projects Working

    Networking CSOs –               INFOC Uganda Secretariat       Line     Ministries,
    Agriculture   Contracts                                        agencies        and
    Monitoring Cluster                                             Departments

                                  DISTRICT LEVEL

                                   - CARITAS Arua & Boys’ and
                                  Girls’ Brigade Kabale Diocesan
                                                                         Local Governments

                                  SUB COUNTY LEVEL
                                                                         Sub County Offices
                                     Vuura Catholic Church &
                                    Bubaare Church of Uganda

                               VILLAGE LEVEL

                                13 Community NAADs Procurement
                                      Monitoring Groups


      2. Baseline Survey

      2.1 Purpose of the Baseline Survey

The survey sought to establish citizens’ knowledge and awareness levels on NAADS procurement and
mechanisms for public participation. The survey established the qualitative indicators on ability of the
existing 3rd third party monitors to effectively participate in NAADs procurement process. It was essential
to establish the current communication and information flow channels under NAADS program. The
survey mapped out the various players in the independent monitoring of NAADS and established the
opportunities and challenges faced in their work. The survey variables were selected premised on the fact
that the initiative is working towards strengthening not reinventing the wheel for monitoring public
procurement. Interview guides were applied and manpower increased to save time during data collection

      2.2 Scope

The study was conducted in 2 sub counties; one in each of the districts. Vuura and Bubare Sub Counties
were selected because the social accountability forums - pilot Barazas were launched there. Vuura Sub
County is located in Arua district, Northern Uganda with a population of 38,000 people in 84 village
cells. Bubare Sub County is located in Kabale district, South Western Uganda with a population of 30,000
people in 88 village cells. The project team applied purposive sampling of respondents because
monitoring of public procurement does not involve all community members but a selection of them with
relevant roles and contribution to the process.

Volume of Procurement to track, monitor and validate by 3rd Party Monitors

Code         District          FY 2010 – 11 FY           2011-     12 Quarter 1 release – Quarter 2 release
                               allocation Ugsh   allocation Ugsh       July - Sept        - Oct -Dec

503          Arua              2,506,520,000/=   2,390,000,000/=       796,701            270,446

512          Kabale            2,016,241,000/=   2,179,784,000/=       726,594            246,649

(Source: Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development – BMAU dept’)

In summary the two (2) districts were selected following; the size of allocation received; a huge public
investment in Arua district and mismatching economic growth in Kabale district a majorly agro based


     2.3 Methodology

Literature review - Over 45 documents were gathered and reviewed. Two focus discussion groups; 1 in
each district was held with group monitors/farmers. The respondents told their stories without limitations,
allowing probing so that more information and insights could be captured. In addition to primary
stakeholder interviews, some secondary stakeholders were also interviewed on one to one basis.

An opinion poll was conducted to establish people’s awareness about NAADS, the procurement
processes and how they are participating in citizens’ accountability fora/Barazas. Participants in the
opinion poll were selected from the village(s) within a radius of two (2) kilometers from the sub county
headquarters where a recent Baraza was launched and held using the left hand rule. Every adult person on
the left hand side of the road of the pollster would be eligible for interview. In total 228 respondents were
reached in both districts on one to one basis. At least 700 people participated in the public poll held at the
two prayer centres at Vuura and Bubare churches respectively.

     2.4 Baseline survey outputs

The Project survey team completed the tasks with the organization and holding of the inception meeting
to gather the Government response to the key findings. The final draft survey report is pending the
second critical review by the oversight committee to prepare for its dissemination at the beginning of the
second phase. The biggest error INFOC did not budget for the printing of the Baseline survey report.

The directory for networking agencies and groups profiled for easy identification, communication and
linkages was developed. At least 1000 people were affected by the orientation and baseline survey but
only 150 people were committed beyond the orientation and survey exercise.

The 2nd draft survey report detailed with the upcoming project planned activities, stakeholders’ roles and
responsibilities informed the development of the Inception report.

Finally Thirteen (13) Community NAADs Procurement Monitoring groups were formed – Each
group is composed of seven people. The team did not find existing community procurement monitoring
teams. INFOC identified the local community members that are tractable and encouraged them to identify
qualifying partners to form a procurement monitoring groups. The training task shifted from offering a
refresher course to introductory training course. This greatly affected the planned timeframe due to the
unavoidable need to increase time allocation for the group formation through follow up visits & training.

Gender Equity - Women led community procurement monitoring groups were formed to enhance
women leadership development; Agriculture/NAADs program affects women most (80%).

The tentative awareness raising program was proposed to increase public awareness and transparency.
The project survey team established that the bigger percentage of the public was not aware of the new
NAADs Community based Procurement policy and process.

No.                            Activity      Set Date                Tools                 Remarks
1.       Orientation of Stakeholders      November         Concept paper            Done
2.       Media Event Inception Meetings   18th & 25th .1   Inception report         Done
3.       Information Dissemination        20th – 22nd .1   Survey report            Postponed             to
                                                                                    coincide with the 1st
                                                                                    press conference
4.       Community Day                    27th & 29th.1    Project plan, NAADs Postponed                  –
                                                           Procurement budget       Budgets not ready
5.       Press Conference                 15th .2.         Press Kit                Upcountry            for
                                                                                    budget conference
6.       Community Awareness procession   8th. 3           Music       Dance     & Postponed     due      to
                                                           Drama                    shift in timeframe
7.       Launch Community Information 8th. 3               Info     Walls,    Music As above
         Walls                                             Dance & Drama
8.       Community Day                    15th & 29th. 3   Monitoring report        Likely
                                                                                    postponement by a
9.       Press Conference                 22nd. 3          Press Kit                Will be 1st Press
10.      Community Day                    1st & 3rd. 6     Monitoring reports       Martyrs Days
11.      Press Conference                 12th .6          Press Kit                2nd Press Conference
12.      Press Conference                 12th .9          Press Kit                3rd Press conf
13.      Media Event Citizens’ Advocacy October            Policy        Advocacy As planned
         Forum                                             Paper/Self Evaluation
14       Last Press Conference            12th .12         Press Kit                4th Press conference


The survey team reviewed the new policy framework and established that it indeed promoted
participatory public procurement processes objectively to prevent loss of value for public money spent.
The NAADs Village Procurement Guidelines 2011 had gaps in checks and balances to regulate some of
the challenges of conflict of interest and conspiracies thus undermining the good intention. This has
resulted into corruption as reported by the local NAADs authorities. This justified the timeliness of the

The public had a mixed opinion on the citizens’ forum (Barazas) as a social accountability mechanism for
feedback and advocacy for positive policy reforms. The local authorities acknowledged the relevance and
significance of Barazas to Citizen’s monitoring function but some local community members responded
with mistrust in the politicians’ role in Barazas. The Resident District Commissioner (RDC) is the
presiding chairperson of the Barazas and his office is in charge of organizing and holding the forum on
behalf of Presidents’ office.

The survey team established that lessons learnt from the new NAADs policy 2011 justify the policy
reform and development of the client’s charters and bye laws. The social accountability tools will
increase compliance to standards, rules and regulations for participatory procurement policies.

Policy Issues inventory

          Separation of Powers and roles - The Procurement guidelines 2011 have been violated due to
           the fact that initially community members were targeted to serve as procurement monitors.
           Currently they are empowered to serve as village procurement agents empowered by the new
           NAADs Community based Procurement Policy. This has posed a conflict of roles at village level
           following the factor of social cohesion by traditionalists in the rural.

          Policy on Service Users Accountability missing - The NAADs service users have a defined role
           to contribute after harvest. Currently, reports indicate that there is a failure to recover and yet
           budget cuts have been introduced by Ministry of Finance Planning and Economic Development
           (MFPED) on the basis of an expected contribution by the earlier beneficiaries. The Beneficiary
           circle is broken by those who default on the obligation to return 70% especially the Market
           Oriented/Commercial farmers.

          Multiplicity of Procurement Transaction costs - The funding of the multiple community
           procurement units activities at the village level creates big injection by Village Procurement
           Committee members to facilitate the NAADs procurement process.


          Vuura and Bubare Sub counties have 84 & 88 VPCs respectively. This is a challenge undermining
           the objective of NAADs as the major poverty reduction program in the National Development
           Plan. This is equally a challenge to the limited number of community monitoring groups.

          Gaps in Legal framework - Bye Laws – The new form of abuse of the NAADs policy guidelines
           has unveiled the gaps in the current laws. There is no sanction to deal with the problem of
           diversion of NAADs money by beneficiaries. There is an uprising conspiracy between suppliers
           and beneficiaries to share NAADs money instead of acquiring additional farm inputs to enhance
           growth. The security officials are unable to penalize the violators following the gap in the law to
           define the cases, pin them down and penalize them or recover. This issue justified the need for
           introduction of specific sanctions to restrain the temptation to abuse the new policy.

          Diverse Laws, Policies, Monitoring tools applied – Different laws/policies and monitoring tools
           are applied at all the three levels. The National level applies the Public Procurement and Disposal
           Act (PPDA Act). The Lower Government applies the NAADs Guideline. There is need for a
           universal monitoring tool for coordinated joint monitoring. The collaborative approach will
           enhance agreement on the expected standards, monitoring and various evaluation indicators. The
           state and non state procurement monitoring actors will speak the same language at the subsequent
           public service / NAADs performance reviews.

          Policy on mandatory development of Sector Anti-corruption strategy - The survey team
           established that irrespective of the lessons learnt in the past on corruption related losses under
           NAADs; there is an omission of NAADs anti-corruption strategies in both district.

          Policy on publicizing of procurement information beyond local government notice boards
           and print media is limiting – There is need to approve other information management centers for
           increased publicity and public awareness. * The results reveal a low level of knowledge of the
           procurement process and activities under NAADS by the people. In both districts only a tenth
           (11.8%) of the people that participated in the poll knew the process. The remaining 88.2% had
           sketchy or no knowledge of the procurement process. Transparence and Information access are
           critical ingredients for citizens’ participation in monitoring.

          Policy Gap on Suppliers Eligibility – The CPG 2011 is silent about the supplier’s management
           monitoring indicators. Qualities and expected standards suppliers are not spelt out in the CPG
           2011 to enhance the accreditation process. This is essential because it would minimize the
           rampant conflict of interest and failure to hold their own accountable.


     3. Policy review, Tools and Resource Material development
           The products of the resource development activities have reached the final stages for presentation
           to the multi-stakeholder meeting for approval before we can apply them. The adopted designs will
           be printed out in the next phase.

           Policy reform - The final policy review process will climax with a presentation of a position
           paper on policy reform proposals after joint review exercise. Policy reform recommendations are
           based on the policy issues inventory shared above.

           Universally Acceptable Tools – There came up unanticipated hold on tools development
           following a resolution that tools should be jointly approved by state and non state actors at a
           participatory session. This will be achieved in the 2nd phase. A NAADs’ expert offered technical

           Resource Material Development final Drafts - There was a change in the planned content
           following the need to repackage the training material since the community monitors had no prior
           training in monitoring public procurement. INFOC had worked on an assumption that a refresher
           course would be given to sharpen existing monitor’s skills so as to divert their focus to monitoring
           public procurement.

           The resource material package covers the topics of study on citizenship, monitoring, evaluation,
           data collection and validation, Government and Civil Society collaboration, Public Accountability
           and Anti- Corruption, Citizens Participation in Public Procurement process, Rights Based
           Approach to Community Development Planning and Budgeting, Social Accountability
           Mechanisms and Tool, Public Expenditure Tracking, Social Auditing - Third Party Monitoring
           /Participatory Rural Appraisal, Suppliers management monitoring               and Advocacy and
           Communication Skills.


     4. Inception meetings
Inception meetings were held on the 18h and 25th of January 2012 in Kabale and Arua Districts
respectively. The targeted number of the participants was 50 people from both districts but inevitably
required seventy (70) key stakeholders had to attend. The invitee list was developed during the survey
exercise. The participants represented the local government officials to include the Residential District
Commissioners (RDC), Procurement officers, NAADs Coordinators, Secretary to Council, LCV
Chairperson. The Ministries of Ministry of Ethics and Integrity - Directorate of Ethics and Integrity and
Public Service were ably represented by relevant officials too. The Faith Based actors and networking
Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) were ably represented too.

The key objectives of the Inception Meeting included; to enhance a common understanding of the
project implementation plan and to increase Local Government responsiveness to the people’s

The meeting agenda essentially included teachings on the linkage between values and accountability,
significance of state and non state actors engagement, social accountability mechanisms and tools to
include the significance of citizens’ forum Barazas, significance of standards through application of
Clients/Citizens Charters, Role of the Directorate of Ethics and Integrity and the value addition of the
social accountability mechanism Anti-Corruption Public Private Partnership (ACPPP).

The agenda to approve the designed tools was deferred to another participatory consultative forum for
adoption of a working document with universally acceptable monitoring indicators.

The key working document was the inception report detailed with the key findings and issues inventory.
The gathering passed resolutions and made strong policy recommendations. These included;

          Separation of Powers and roles - The Community based Procurement guidelines 2011 should be
           qualified to elevate the minimum level for public procurement from the village level to Parish
           level. This will reinstate the public oversight role, free from the conflict of interest born as a social
           responsibility to a neighbor in the rural setting.

          Policy on Service Users Accountability missing – A Bye law on Agriculture/NAADs should
           contain an article on recovery; the regulation and sanctions should be introduced to check the
           practice of false or non declaration of NAADs project outs to measure recovery margins for
           procurement in kind.


          Multiplicity of Procurement Transaction costs - The policy should be qualified to expand the
           scope of jurisdiction of the community procurement units to reduce the size of accumulative
           procurement costs at the village level.

          Gaps in Legal framework – Bye Laws – The Local Government should introduce relevant
           sanctions through a regulatory framework to deal with the problem of diversion of NAADs money
           by beneficiaries after receipt.

          Diverse Laws, Policies, Monitoring tools applied – The different laws/policies and monitoring
           tools should be linked and harmonized through a participatory consultative process for cross
           application at all the three levels – National, District and Sub County.

          Policy on mandatory development of Sector Anti-corruption strategy - The participants
           request to make a policy that every sector comes up with an anti-corruption strategy relevant to
           the National Anti Corruption Strategy objectives and goals.

          Policy on publicizing of procurement information beyond local government notice boards
           and print media is limiting – A policy recommendation was made that other non traditional
           mediums of communication should be approved to diversify information dissemination. e.g. at
           Prayer Centers and other public places.

          Policy Gap on Suppliers Eligibility – The CPG 2011 should be qualified to include guidelines
           on Suppliers Management eligibility and condition of application of integrity pacts.



     5. Capacity Building - Training of Trainers
The capacity building program for Leadership Development was designed to Train the Trainers in Public
procurement monitoring with a bias on NAADs. The mini training course was set for 16 hours long to be
covered in 3 days by two instructors. The participatory and illustrative methods of training were applied
to minimize reading. The choice of two methods was premised on the fact that the rural people
understand better from audio instructions and visual presentations.

A NAADs expert from the Local Government was engaged to facilitate the technical components of the
procurement monitoring modules and the Project Director served as a co-facilitator. Training sessions
were held at Vuura Catholic church in Arua District and Bubare Church in Kabale District. The targeted
number of Trainees was 30 monitoring group leaders in both districts. The ultimate number of Trainees
that turned up on the first day shot past 60 participants representing initial 16 groups.

The groups reduced to 13 because the 14th group missed core membership on the 2nd and 3rd days of
training in Arua District. The 15th and 16th groups that had been established in the initial stages were
disbanded due to lack of minimum qualification. 45 Community monitors attended 1st day of training in
Bubare Sub County; Kabale District. Other sessions have been rescheduled towards end of March 2012
approaching Public Expenditure tracking. This followed a resolution by the coordinating unit to undertake
the final training when application of the skills is due so that no break up for a recession to the next stage
of the project. The field hands on experience study tour in Arua district was not conducted due to time
constraints and budget constraints thus considered at the beginning of the Public Expenditure Tracking
Exercise in the next stage. The inflation in costs left us with no option but to merge the state training
session indirectly to the inception meeting agenda to save one day to cover the gap in costs.

The training package covered topics highlighted above to include; citizenship, monitoring, evaluation,
data collection and validation, Government and Civil Society collaboration, Public Accountability and
Anti- Corruption, Citizens Participation in Public Procurement process, Rights Based Approach to
Community Development Planning and Budgeting, Social Accountability Mechanisms and Tool, Public
Expenditure Tracking, Social Auditing - Third Party Monitoring /Participatory Rural Appraisal, Suppliers
management monitoring and Advocacy and Communication Skills.

The Challenge

The issue of time allocation was a challenge because the training was non residential;
we lost 6 hours equivalent to almost one days’ training to trainees commuting to and from the training
center. The other issue was the low absorption capacity; the identified community monitors ability to
internalize was slow demanding for more than the scheduled 16 hours.

Consequently, exposure study tours were not conducted due to under estimate of time allocation for
training due to assumption that there existed already trained procurement monitors but less in numbers
and quality. The initial plan was to improve quality with sharpened skills to lead and train the new formed
group members under their leadership. This was a wrong assumption because we found no procurement
monitors in the pilot districts. This left us with a challenge of conducting a 3 training days for the non
state actors. Classroom sessions alone needed at least 5 days and yet we had allocated only 3 days. The
group leaders also appealed for a residential session for a refresher course to internalize the compact
information material.

      6.      Community Awareness Program designing
The tentative Community Awareness program was developed to guide the publicity program to improve
the awareness indicator. In both districts only a tenth (11.8%) of the people that participated in the poll
knew the process.                  The participants of the outreach program to the District and Sub County level
gathered enough information to inform the designing of the tentative Community Awareness program.

The Community walls will be placed one at the urban and the other at the sub county level. The
awareness procession will be held on the same day with the launching of the community walls.

The second phase will be kick started with the printing and dissemination of the Baseline report that will
end with a press conference.

Community days are citizen’s forums to convene community members to get feedback from the
community monitors, discuss the issues inventory make recommendations and policy proposals.

Press conferences are the avenues for disseminating the projects reports on a national coverage; in order
to create awareness of policy issues to enhance the policy advocacy process.

      7. Procurement Budget Tracking, Feedback and Advocacy
The participation in Budget Conferences activities were undertaken in February 2012 only in Arua
District. The consultative meeting attended by 100 community members to prepare for the Community
Days and participation in the Budget conference was held on the 12th of the February 2012 at Vuura
Church. The Vuura Sub County budget conference was held on the 15th of February 2012.

The Project Director – co-facilitator offered the backstopping services to empower the community
monitors in value assessment skills for effective participation in the budget conference. The first
experience was more of a learning experience.

    Baseline Survey report on NAADs Public Procurement: INFOC Uganda 2012

Three (3) elected community monitoring group’s representatives were selected at the preparatory
meeting. The community procurement monitors and the Sub County project Coordinator Fr. Ayiko were
facilitated to attend the budget conference.

The challenge

The community monitors could not access the working documents before the budget conference day
because they were not yet ready. The documents received on the 15th of February 2012 were not detailed
to inform a public dialogue on NAADs procurement. This resulted into the postponement of the
organization of the subsequent Community Day on the 18th of February 2012.

The lesson learnt was that there is need to agree on the sub county budget presentation format and content
for relevance and friendly application by the community procurement monitors.

     8. Phase 1 Financing report
INFOC Uganda requested financial support from Partnership for Transparency Fund, Inc. (PTF) to
implement a program for Strengthening Citizen’s Monitoring of Public Procurement at Local Level. The
program will be called “Monitoring of Public Procurement” and will commence from November 1st 2011.

INFOC Uganda submitted the background information on INFOC Uganda, an operational plan for the
project, an auditor’s report, agreements with public sector supporting organizations and a detailed
breakdown of costs.

On the basis of this information, PTF has approved a grant of US$ 30,000 (United States dollars thirty
thousand) to be disbursed in three tranches, each for the purposes spelled out in the attached documents.

The first tranche of US $ 12,000 was received on the 11th of November 2011 and while the project
implementation started in September 2011.

INFOC Uganda contributed 10% of the total budget US $ 3,034. INFOC Uganda acknowledges the
contribution by Mr. Peter Turiyo the NAADs expert and Noah Senyonjo the Lawyer for technical support
given in development of policy reform proposals, tools and contribution towards resource material
development. This offered technical support saved INFOC Uganda Seven million and Five hundred
thousand shillings (7,500,000/=) reducing the phase one expenditure.

INFOC made additional cash contribution of three hundred twenty seven, two hundred and thirty two
Uganda shillings (327,720/=) to complete the 10% contribution.


                                      PHASE 1 FINANCIAL STATEMENT
INCOME                                   BUDGET                        Actual                Remarks
                                          UGSH                         UGSH
PTF Grant                                30,968,000                                 Credited on account
Local Contribution                        7,827,720                                 (10% contribution - $ 3043)
Total                                                   38,795,440

Planning meeting                            350,000                       311,500
Consensus Building                        6,732,000                     6,186,000 Negotiated on car, run
                                                                                  district orientation and
                                                                                  baseline            survey
                                                                                  concurrently to save on
                                                                                  time and costs

Baseline Survey                           6,588,000                     6,315,400 Formation of groups cost us
                                                                                  more time in the field thus
                                                                                  extra costs reduced savings

Tools Development                        14,150,000                     8,177,000 Outsourced free technical
Printing deferred - 6,000,000/=                                                   support for Policy/Tools
                                                                                  development to save 10%

Inception meeting                         1,210,000                     1,872,000 Inflation doubled rates

Capacity building – State actors          1,250,000                      800,000 Conducted during Inception
                                                                                 meeting to close budget
                                                                                 deficit on inception meeting

Capacity Building – Non State actors      4,600,000                     4,048,000 Exposure study tours not
                                                                                  conducted - budget/time

Logistics for above 3 (Single Cost)       6,508,000                     5,159,150 Negotiated to save on car

Participation in Budget Conferences      10,288,000                     3,304,300        Partially implemented
Deferred activities - 7,248,000/=

Program management facilitation           4,800,000                     2,784,000 Accrued expenses incurred
accrued cost - 2,016,000/=
Total                                                   56,476,000     38,957,350

Bank Charges                                                               57,000
Gross Expenditure                                                      39,014,350

Phase 1 deficit                                       (17,680,560)                  Phase       1      planning
                                                                                    considered partial budget
                                                                                    conference and policy/tools
                                                                                    resource activity cost
Add pending activities costs                           15,264,000                   Deferred payments
Net Phase 1 Budget Deficit                             (2,416,560)                  Covered by big savings on
                                                                                    car hire & merged activities
Net Actual deficit                                                      (218,910)
Signed by Treasurer                                   Mr. Dantes     Kashangirwe
INFOC Uganda



          The project implementation ran 4 weeks behind schedule to match the political calendar of events.

          The Local Government needs technical support to draft the bye law. This places the burden on INFOC
           Uganda to facilitate the process. Uganda Law Society has not offered to give support to the project
           irrespective the consistent requests.

          INFOC Uganda had set one of the indicators to reduce cost price inflation by 5%. This indicator is
           unrealistic as the baseline indicator could not be realistic due to the current economic crisis with high
           inflation rates over 28%.

          The issue of expectations as regards facilitation of community monitors is our worry as regards the issue of
           sustainability after the mainstreaming year.

          The quality of the current volunteering procurement monitors is not yet up to the desired standards as per
           the challenging role. Procurement monitoring desires competence. This has left INFOC with a challenge of
           continuing with the search for competent members to join the existing groups.

          The current cost of printing is too high compared to the budget. INFOC had quoted 2000/= Ugsh but the
           minimum quotation received is Ugsh 7,500/= for the tools/resource material handbook.

          INFOC Uganda made an omission in the budget. We quoted for printing of the Inception report but the
           quote for the cost of producing and printing the Baseline Survey report was forgotten. This is the reason for
           failure to disseminate the report.

     4. Attainment Matrix

    1. 1 Increase numbers of civil groups pro-actively and effectively monitoring public procurement budgeting process by 12.
Activities: - Baseline survey, Mobilization and Consensus building on joint procurement monitoring framework
1.1: A baseline survey will be conducted to map out stakeholders. The stakeholders will be clustered according to roles and responsibilities. The 12 Civil groups too
proactively and effectively monitor public procurement budgeting process will be identified then and profiled. –

DONE – The field baseline survey was conducted and data analysis done and the policy issues inventory sharpened. Key output includes a baseline report and 16 groups have
been reduced to 13 defined procurement monitoring groups. There were no groups monitoring NAADs in both districts at the time of the study. The baseline report has been
concluded, incorporating the government responses to findings and their description.
1.2: Citizen’s mobilization and consensus building to get bigger numbers owning, practically supporting and participating in the initiative. This activity will involve mobilizing
and involving the selected stakeholders. The targeted stakeholders include groups responsible for monitoring public performance, public procurement independent monitors. –

DONE – The consensus building exercise was conducted and at least 25 key stakeholders were mobilized and introduced to the initiative. The positive responses were
received from ministries of Finance Planning and Economic Development, Ministry of Public Service, both NAADS Local Government officials, Arua Member of Parliament
for Vuura, PPDA, Auditor Generals office, Directorate of Ethics and Integrity, KICK. PIRD, MACCO, ADINGON, CARITAS and FOWADE anti-corruption agencies.
1.3: Hold a 1 day stakeholders inception meeting including the independent monitoring civil groups representatives to enhance a common understanding of the project
mission of strengthening citizens monitoring of public procurement at local level.

HELD ON 18TH & 25TH – Inception meetings offered the government officials to respond to the findings and descriptions in the final survey report.
1.4: Profiling and formal registration of the established civil groups to implement the adopted Effective Joint Public Procurement Monitoring and Accountability Strategy –
EJPMAS forming a stronger collective voice demanding for downward accountability and anti-corruption in public procurement.

DONE – 13 group leaders have been identified and have submitted the group members as per respective parishes. A directory has been developed.
    2. Enhance citizens’ value assessment skills to cause realistic procurement budgets. - Activities: – Capacity Building
1.5: Sensitize 10 state partners in each of district local governments to disseminate and prepare for application of the social accountability tools some of them detailed with
standards for developing realistic procurement budgets.

CONDUCTED ON 19 & 26 – The 3 days training program proceeded accordingly as planned in Arua district but field study tour for hands on was shelved tilled the
beginning of PETS. Kabale district monitors shelved the 2nd and 3rd day towards the beginning of PETs for continuation to apply the knowledge.
1.6: Train 15 trainers in each district to disseminate and prepare for application of social accountability tools/mechanisms some of them for participatory assessment of budget

CONDUCTED – 40 Trainers of trainers have been empowered in two districts.
1.7: Produce and equip the targeted monitoring groups with resource material/social accountability tools (price catalogues’, validation forms, charters, household feedback
forms, score cards) to empower them for effective participation in the NAADs budgeting and procurement process which will result into realistic, value for money, gender
sensitive and pro-poor budgets.

DONE – Draft Tools had been developed for review and adoption at inception meetings the participants resolved that tools be participatorily developed.


     Order of Activities implemented
Phase 1

Policy Development & Capacity building                                                         Month 1    2     3    4      5     6     7      8     9     10       11   12   Actor / Timeframe

Preparation Activity: - Consensus building, Baseline survey, Resource material/Tools Development on Social Accountability, Awareness raising and public education
1.1: Conduct introductory/orientation meeting for key stakeholders - 5 Line Ministry                                                                                          Project team            1st
representatives, NAADS LG officials, 1 MP, OPM, Presidents office, PPDA, Auditor                                                                                              Nov 2011 -
General, IGG, DEI, Local Councilors’, User committee representatives - Done

1.2: Conduct a baseline survey in the 2 sampled sub counties; 1 in Kabale and 1 in Arua                                                                                       Project Team           7th-
districts – Survey conducted at District and Sub County levels but dates shifted to 20th                                                                                      19th Nov 2011
Nov 2011 – 30th Jan 2012.

1.3: Conduct a 5 day Resource material/social accountability tools harmonization workshop                                                                                     Editorial    Team       of
1 day stakeholders’ review meeting and print Done but from 8th – 13th Jan 2012 due to                                                                                         Experts 1st–8th..12
prolonged survey period

1.4: Hold a 1 day inception meeting for 25 key stakeholders at the district level - 5 Line                                                                                    Project Team           12th
Ministry representatives, 3 NAADS LG officials, 1 MP, 1 OPM, 1 Presidents office, 5                                                                                           Dec 2011 –
INFOC members/staff, 1PPDA, 1 Auditor General, 1 IGG, 1 DEI, 3 Local Councilors’, 2
Farmers’ User committee representatives - Held on 18th a & 25th JAN 2012

1.5: Sensitize 10 state partners in each of district local governments to disseminate and                                                                                     Technical staff       13th-
prepare for application of the social accountability tools – Integrated at Inception meeting                                                                                  15th Dec 2011-
to save in order to close gap in costs

1.6: Train 15 trainers in each district to disseminate and prepare for application of social                                                                                  Technical staff       16th–
accountability tools mechanisms – Done                                                                                                                                        20th Dec 2011

1.7: Hold quarterly project review meeting for key stakeholders to sanction tracking                                                                                          INFOC secretariat       6th
activities in Kampala. – Deferred to beginning of 2 phase                                                                                                                     Jan 2012

1.8. Publicity – Public Awareness raising – 2 media activities conducted                                                                                                      Information officer 9th-
                                                                                                                                                                              13th Jan 2012

2.1: Support 12 group team leaders to effectively participate in sub county and district                                                                                      T.O.T
budget conferences – Participated in Vuura Sub County Budget conference                                                                                                       1stFeb – 30th March 12



NO NAME OF MONITOR               SEX   PARISH    CONTACT      1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th
                                                              day   day   day   day   day

        GROUP 1

1       ADIA GLADYS (L)          F     RINGILI   0782034699

2       ALETIRU JOYCE            F     RINGILI   0705836802

3       DRIWARU DORAH            F     RINGILI   0789866464

4       LEKU TIMOTHY             M     RINGILI   0785500018

        GROUP 2

5       OBIALE EVELYNE(L)        F     ANZUU     0772572265

6       AFEKURU JOYCE            F     ANZUU     0778993322

7       ODAMA RICHARD            M     ANZUU     0781624993

8       OMIYO JOB                M     ANZUU     0784012494

9       ADEYIA GEOFREY           M     ANZUU     -

10      ORIONZI CHRIS            M     ANZUU     -


        GROUP 3

11      LENIA CHARITY(L)       F   ERUBA    0774539402

12      OCOKORUFLORENCE F          ERUBA    0775795111

13      AYOT AGNES             F   ERUBA    0779704719

14      AJIDIRU REBECCA        F   ERUBA    0783284139

15      SADINI ROBERT          M   ERUBA    0781539402

16      LULUA DAMIANO          M   ERUBA    0773366041

        GROUP 4

17      DRARU FLORENCE(L)      F   KULUUA   0777445427

18      ATABUA REBMAN          M   KULUUA   0750374183

19      OMBATERU WINNY         F   KULUUA   0753174805

20      ADUMA RICKSON          M   KULUUA   0773868953

21      SADAH GLORIA           F   KULUUA   0791987454

22      CANDIRU VIOLA          F   KULUUA   -

23      AJIO HARRIET           F   KULUUA   0787517841


        GROUP 5

24      CIKI MAWA(L)           F   EZUKU    0781625065

25      AYIKORU GLADYS         F   NLYIO    0776511168

26      DRALERU JANE           F   EZUKU    0785661619

27      AJIDIRU FINA           F   EZUKU    -

28      TIKO JOYCE             F   EZUKU    -

29      AYIKORU FLORENCE       F   EZUKU    -

        GROUP 6

30      ADRAPIA HELLEN         F   AYARU    -

31      MAJEKU UNICE           F   -        -

32      TIPERU LENURA          F   -        -

33      ACIDRI RICHARD         M   -        -

34      MATURU JANE            F   -        -

35      ADIRU STEEDY           M   -        -

36      ONZIKU FELIX           M   -        -

37      NATALIA                F   TILEMU   0787155068


                               NAADS PROCUREMENT MONITORING GROUPS
                                BUBARE SUB COUNTY IN KABALE DISTRICT

NO  NAME                             SEX   AGE   EFFICACY        CONTACT       ADDRESS
1  KAKURU ADRONE                     F              O LEVEL                    RUTOMA KASHENYI

2       TUSHABE L                    F                PLE         0774269440   RUTOMA KASHENYI

3       MASIKO CELESTINE             F           OLEVEL /GRADE                 KANYASHARWE
                                                      III                      KASHENYI

4       MUBONEHE CLEIRE              F                PLE                      RUTOMA KASHENYI

5       KEMIGISHA IMMACULATE         F                PLE         0775280109   KASHENYI BUBARE

6       TINDIZIZIRARIRA CLEMENCIA    F                PLE

7       TUHUMWIRE GLADISI            F              PLE/UCA      0779551674    BUKWATA KASHENYI

8       TINDIMWEBWA GORETI           F     47       PLE/UCA                    NTUNGAMO KASHENYI

9       OLIVER BUCABARI              F     70                                  NTUNGAMO KASHENYI

10      NYINABABARIRA ROHOKANDIA     F                                         HAMABARE KASHENYI



NO NAME                         SEX   AGE   EFFICACY   CONTACT      ADDRESS
1  TURANYOMWE FRED              M           DIPLOMA    0774269440   RUKINDA IHANGA
2  TIBANYENDA EDISA             F           OLEVEL                  BUKAJU IHANGA

3        MAHORO CHRISTINE       F           OLEVEL                  IHANGA

4        TUSABE BETHA           F           OLEVEL                  IHANGA

5        BABUKIZA BETHA         F           OLEVEL     0782576745

6        TWINOMUYAMBI GIDION    M           OLEVEL     0773104193   KIMUSYA IHANGA

7        SANYU MACLEAN MAGEZI   F           OLOEVEL    0776876063   IHANGA

8        ATWONGEIRE VASTINE     F           OLEVEL     0794818762   IHANGA KIMUSYA

9        AMPEIRE DAFROZA        F           OLEVEL     0779417234   IHANGA KIMUSYA

10       BWITIRO YOWANINA       F           PLE                     BUKAAJA IHANGA

11       BUSIGYE JOVITA         F           OLEVEL                  IHANGA



NO           NAME              SEX   AGE     EFFICACY    CONTACT            ADDRESS
1  ATUKUNDA LOIDAH             F                        0783910020   KITUMBEZI BUBARE
2  ROSE BARANGA                F                        0779914099   KITUMBEZI BUBARE

3        BEKUNDA DOREEN        F                                     KITUMBEZI BUBARE

4        NIWANDINDA SHALLON    F                        0788985560   KITUMBEZI BUBARE

5        AIDA TUBAZE           F                        0783708650   KITUMBEZI BUBARE

6        MARION BYANABANGI     F                        0779464749   KITUMBEZI BUBARE


NO           NAME              SEX   AGE     EFFICACY    CONTACT           ADDRESS
1  NGABIRANO JENIPHER          F                                     MUCHAHI BUBARE
2  MOLLY MAHEGA                F     39                 0783982411   MUJCHAYI BUBARE

3        BYAMUGISHA NOARA      M           PLE                       MUCHAYI BUBARE

4        NIWAMANYA LABAN       M

5        KABYESIZA GRACE       F

6        KYARIKUNDA MARIA      F

7        KYARISIMA GAUDA       F

8        TUKESIGA AWARD        M                        0785009823   BUBARE


NO           NAME              SEX   AGE     EFFICACY      CONTACT           ADDRESS
1  RUTH KARENZI                F           PLE            0788428842   NYAKIHARO KITOJO

2        KATE BEKUNDA          F                          0783943726   NYAKIHARO KITOJO

3        MPIRIRWE HOPE         F           PLE            0782766045

4        KELENI BEINE          F                          078279165    MURAMBO 1

5        BAMWANGA GODFREY      M           PLE            0779141766   NYAKAYENJE KITOJO

6        HABASA OBED           F           OLEVEL         0775970942   HAMURAMBA KITARAMA

7        ZAWADI MABLE          F           OLEVEL         0788908981   RWEMBUGA NYAMIYAGA

8        ANNET TUGUME          F           ALEVEL/ GRADE 0751425374    HAMURAMBA KAGARAMA
9        ZAWADI MABLE          F                         0788908981    RWEMBUGA NYAMIYAGA

NO            NAME             SEX   AGE     EFFICACY      CONTACT              ADDRESS
1  MUSINGUIZI BETTY            F           OLEVEL                      BUBARE

2        TUGUME ANNET          F           ALEVE

3        HABASA OBED           M           OLEVEL

4        KASANDE DIANAH        F           OLAVEL

5        MUSIME SEFRONIA       F           OLEVEL

6        BAMWANGA GODFRY       M           PLE

7        MAGEZI RICHARD        M           OLEVEL



NO            NAME             SEX   AGE     EFFICACY   CONTACT            ADDRESS
1  TWINOMUGISHA JERIMINA       F           OLEVEL                 BUBARE
2  MPIRIRWE HOPE               F           PLE

3        KABAHIGIRE NARCIS     M           OLEVEL

4        TURYATEMBA SILVA      M           OLEVEL

5        NDAHISAHE JOLLY       F           PLE

6        TUGUME JACK           M           OLEVEL



No.      TITLE                   OF CONTACT PERSON                ADRESS             AND LEGAL             RELEVANCY           ROLE
         ORGANISATION                                             LOCATION               STATUS                                INNITIATED


1.       Participatory Initiative For Andama Martin.              PIRD-Uganda                Registered    -Social research independent monitoring
         Real Development (PIRD                                                              with Local    and       policy agency
         Uganda)                      Executive Director          P.O BOX 865, ARUA.         Community     advocacy
                                                                  TEL                        Development
                                                                                             Office        -agriculture


2.       Manyanka Anti Corruption David Micheal Onen              Plot 8A Post office RD Registered        -Policy          Monitoring tracking and
         Coalition MACCO                                          Arua Hill              by        the     advocacy         the             NAADS
                                  Executive director                                     registrar of                       procurement     process,
                                                                  P.O Box 714,           companies         -public resource outputs and outcomes.
                                      0772557407/0392866405                                                monitoring and
                                                                  Arua Uganda                              tracking
                                                        board      for
                                                                  Tel 0414-662000        NGOS              -anticorruption
                                                                  0772-260082                              campaigns

                                                                  ug ;

3.       ADINGONI                     Henry Acadribo coordinator Arua District               Registered    Strengthen      Coordinating
                                      078231086/0713310866                                                 capacity of CSO monitoring
                                    /                                           in Arua         organizations


4.       FARMERS ASSOCIATION Gobo Denis                                 Arua District           Registered as   Agriculture       Member      to   DTC
         IN ARUA                                                                                accompany                        overseeing         and
                             0773190200                                                         LTD        by                    coordinating     public
                                                                   guarantee                        citizen      monitoring

5.       West      Nile  Rural Droti Basil                Arua District                         REGISTRE        -anti corruption Member to the DTC
         Development    Agency                                                                  D               education        STEERING, over seeing
         WENERUDA ARUA         0774849014           Email                                                                        and coordinating public
                                                                                                  citizen     monitoring

6.       CARITAS Uganda/Arua                Fr George Ezatirale   Registered      Social service Coordinating FBO

         Kick Corruption Out Of Kahigi Bernard                         P.O BOX 445 KABALE Registered             -research   on Member to the DTC
         Kigezi KICK                                                  PLOT 16 KIGONGI RD with        NGO        corruption      over       seeing    and
                                07721528664/0772528664.               NEAR SHELL               Board  and                       coordinating       public
                                                                                               LCDO             -advocacy       citizen        monitoring
                                         kigezianticorruption@yah                  -expenditure -

7.        FOWADE Kabale                     Tumuheirwe Florence         P.O BOX 894             Registered    -monitoring and    Monitoring     tracking
                                                                                                withNGO      tracking            NAADs      procurement
         Forum For             Women   In   0772428430/0705202962      Board    and                     process outputs and
         Democracy                                                                              LCDO         -Advocacy           outcomes
                                            tumuheirweflorence@yahoo.   Tel 0772428430


8.       Boys & Girl’s Brigade of Rev. Robert Kayongwe           Robertkayongwe@yahoo.    Registered    Moral & Civic Coordinating FBO
         Kigezi Diocese                                          com                                    Education


9.       NAADS organization           William                    0772 736008              State Actor   NAADs Procurement         Policy         Information
                                                                                                        officer - Policy review

10.      Ministry of Public service   Commissioner Wenene Mary                            State Actor   Policy review             Technical support in
                                                                                                                                  building awareness &
                                                                                                                                  and policy advocacy

11.      Directorate of Ethics and Angella Bafokuzara/ Diana                              State Actor   Policy review             Technical support and
         Integrity - DEI           Muwaya                                                                                         policy advocacy support

12.      Uganda Law Society           Sam Onene                  0751 9467640414 342424   State Actor   Policy review             Poor response

13.      Auditor Generals Office      Ogentho Maxwell       State Actor   Policy review             Information sharing

14.      PPDA UGANDA                  Milton Tumutegyerieze                               State Actor   Policy review             Technical support to the

15.      Office of the Prime Paul Senyonga                       0752 622150              State Actor   Policy review             Poor response
         Minister – OPM NIMES

16.      Ministry of Agriculture                                 Wandegeya                State Actor   Policy review             Poor response

16.      Ministry  of   Finance Monica Mudondo                   0772527553               State Actor   Budget                    Financial      Release
         Economic Planning and                                   monica.mudondo@fina                    Monitoring                Information / Data



16.      RDC                   Nyakairu Cox             0772521811/0702521811     State Actor   Policy review   Timely      information
                                                                                   sharing    and    joint

17.      LCV                   Patrick Besigye Keihwa   0701683395/0702521811     State Actor   Policy review   “

18.      CAO                   Ntaho Frank              0772684505                State Actor   Policy review   “

19.      DPO                   Twongyeirwe Bruce        0782770370                State Actor   Policy review   “

20.      DNC                   Kasimbazi James          0772492617                State Actor   Policy review   “

21.      DPO                   Twebaze Jeniffer         0772593312                State Actor   Policy review   “

22.      DIA                   Mujuni Julias            0779860493                State Actor   Policy review   “

23.      SNC                   Kansime K Rose           0772824649/0702834649     State Actor   Policy review   “

24.      SAS                   Twinomugisha Edison      0774125380                State Actor   Policy review   “

25.      LCIII                 Tumwine Pius             0776490711                State Actor   Policy review   “


26.       CTC                  Tumushade Edmond           0772311834               State Actor   Policy review   “

27.      AASP                  Twesigomwe Cosma           0777828387               State Actor   Policy review   “

28.      RIO                   Erute Nacklet              0712364228               State Actor   Policy review   “


29.      SPV                   NDATI MAKARIOUS          0782287099                 State Actor   Policy review   Timely      information
                                                                               sharing    and    joint
                                                        PO BOX 135 ARUA                                          monitoring

30.      CO                    JONGA MICHEAL        State Actor   Policy review   “

31.      CTC                   AMAYO WILFRED            0752636948                 State Actor   Policy review   “

32.      DNC                   OLERA JEMA               0777458666                 State Actor   Policy review   “

33.      DPO                   DRAKU                    0773907143                 State Actor   Policy review   “

34.      AG TOWN CLERK         ANDUA           MARTIN 0772656616                   State Actor   Policy review   “

35.      DCAO                  MARTIN J GWOKTO 0772460408                          State Actor   Policy review   “


36.                            DROTI BASILO       0774849014               State Actor   Policy review   “

37.      SNC AROI              ASEDRI ESAU        0789725070/0751473520    State Actor   Policy review   “

38.      C/P                   DRAGERI FAUSTINE   0772352271               State Actor   Policy review   “

39.      LCIII                 DEMA LEVI YIKI     0772898908               State Actor   Policy review   “

40.      C/P - SCFF            ADULE GODFREYU     0774351618               State Actor   Policy review   “

41.      SN C                  JOEL ARUMADRI    State Actor   Policy review   “

42.      SAS                   AFEKU JAMES        0772638416               State Actor   Policy review   “

43.      LCIII                 ADAKU NACKSON      0782936238               State Actor   Policy review   “

44.      D/RDC ARUA            AJIGA ABDUL        0774434398               State Actor   Policy review   “

45.      DRCO ARUA             CHRISTINE IGA      0772668116               State Actor   Policy review   “



46.      Arua Diocese               Rev. Joseph Chandia        0772319028                FBA   INFOC Arua      Liaison Officer - DTC

47.      Kigezi Diocese             Rev Can George Tumwine     0772537224/0751537224     FBA   Diocesan        Coordinating Unit

48.      Kigezi Diocese             Rev. Robert Kayongwe       0772645164                FBA   District Project Focal point Person -
                                                              Director         DTC

49.      District Khadh Arua        Sheikh Ahmad Amin Maga     0782711647                “                     DTC

50.      District Khadh Kabale

51.      District Secretary AMSC    Mr. Rahama Hassan          0772 647951               “

52.      Uganda Catholic Secretariat Mr Vincent Edoku          0772 461113               “
         - CARITAS

53.      CARITAS ARUA               Fr. George Ezatirole DTC   077269883                 “     Director        Coordinating Unit       /
                                                                                Focal point Person -


54.      MP ARUA                    Mr. Ajedra                 Uganda Parliament

55       13 Monitoring groups x Fr. Ayiko – Parish Priest Vuura and Bubaare Sub 96-            Procurement     Monitoring,   Tracking
-        7pple                  Vuura and Rev Gideon of Counties                Community      Monitoring      NAADs      funds    and
150                             Bubaare                                         members        Trainees        performance validation
                                                          0772 406798 &



Signed by: Ms. Mwesigye                 . C. B

                       Project Director –

                       National Coordinator

                       INFOC Uganda

                       FEBRUARY 2012.


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