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We hope you had a fantastic week. As you ease into the Valentine’s weekend, check out what was interesting in the blogosphere this week.

The training that had been planned for Baringo on 20th Feb has been postponed till further notice. 842 more words


Uganda Electoral Commission under pressure over 20K "ghost voters"

A recent data analysis that found discrepancies in the Uganda Electoral Commission voter count has put some voters on high alert, and consequently increased the anxiety about the upcoming presidential elections. 930 more words


Had a wonderful week start.

I had a good week start, had a meeting with Anand Sir, planned and listed this week’s task.

Sunday we meet my Cousin who is a reporter, we explained her about IamCJ and got some information from her for collecting news and got some reporters contact details to have a connect with them. 187 more words

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At least 20,000 "ghost voters" in Uganda's voter register: 9 Days to Elections

With just about 9 days to the 2016 presidential elections, many Ugandans are itching to vote. According to the Electoral Commission (EC) of Uganda, almost everything is in place for the February 18th polls and a free and fair election is guaranteed. 460 more words


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Training and supporting emerging and seasoned social justice and democracy-seeking activists and advocates in PA and the region in effective uses of citizen media. 193 more words

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The 4 D's for effective Productivity

I am going to share one of the let’s talk sessions that happened today in my company.

Mr. Swaminathan, CTO and Director of Cogzidel Technologies,  took a wonderful session about how we can increase our productivity time just by adding 4 D’s in our to-do list. 344 more words

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Wisconsin Legislator Proposes to Privatize Water Supplies

As the city of Flint, Michigan tries to understand and digest the significant problem of a tainted water supply, a Wisconsin Republican legislator is attempting to pass a bill to privatize water supplies in their state.   329 more words