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Action for Development: Flowers & Frowns

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Justice Tibatemwa elected to the international commission of jurists:

Following an International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) ballot conducted in December 2017 and January 2018, Justice Lillian Tibatemwa-Ekirikubinza was elected as an ICJ Commissioner, for a 5-year term. She was elected together with seven other world known Judges from across the globe. The other African jurist to join at the same time with Justice Tibatemwa is the highly regarded Dr Willy Mutunga, former Chief Justice of Kenya.

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Action for Development: Staff in the limelight

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He is hardworking, patient, and tolerant and has shown resilience in his work here. Unlike other volunteers, Edward has always been open to learning and relearning and as a department, we are very proud of him. 

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Action for Development: Aisu’s story on breaking traditional gender roles

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Catherine Aisu, 28 is our woman icon of this week. She joined tight security in 2005 immediately after her O'level. She worked as a guard for just one year before she was promoted to a supervisory role. As a supervisor, Aisu, must ride a motor bike to the different points of jurisdiction where the organization deploys guards every day. 

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Straight Talk Foundation: Parliament to Expedite Passing of the Alcohol Bill to curb Underage Alcohol Consumption

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STF brought together, different stakeholders to forge a way forward towards policy formulation and implementation aimed at curbing underage alcohol consumption. 

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Educate: The Future of Work: The Informal Economy and Youth Entrepreneurship

Currently, 90% of African youth are projected to work in the informal sector. While previously many advocated to transition youth from informal contexts to formal jobs, Making Cents International's recent Global Youth Economic Opportunities (GYEO) Summit revealed a shift in thinking that closely aligns with our belief in creating a grassroots movement of young leaders and entrepreneurs to drive sustainable development. Summit participants explored the "future of work," particularly for youth in developing contexts, grappling with the same issue that has engaged us from the beginning: the mismatch between education and life after school. 

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