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MOJCA in Contracts Management Sensitization Drive

MBALE -The Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs with support from the Justice, Law and Order Sector on Friday September 27, 2013 conducted a sensitization workshop on management of government contracts and legal proceedings for local governments in Eastern Uganda. The workshop, that was held at Protea Hotel attracted over 150 local government officials from the districts of Mbale, Iganga, Soroti, Kumi, Tororo, Bukedea, Namutumba, Kapchorwa, Jinja, Moroto, Kamuli, Butaleja,…

IGP hands over Site for the JLOS House Complex

KAMPALA - The Justice, Law and Order Sector on September 19, 2013 officially received the land title for the proposed JLOS House Complex from the Inspector General of Police, Gen. Kale Kayihura in a colorful ceremony held at the Uganda Police Headquarters in Naguru, Kampala. In attendance was the top leadership of the sector that included the Hon. Chief Justice (represented by Justice Yorokamu Bamwiine, the Principal Judge), Minister of…

IN FOCUS: The JLOS Monitoring and Evaluation Plan

The Justice Law and Order Sector (JLOS) monitoring and evaluation (M&E) plan documents how the sector will track the implementation of the Third Sector Investment Plan (SIPIII) in particular and the National Development Plan in general under the pillar of good governance. The purpose of monitoring and evaluation is to create confidence among JLOS stakeholders that sector interventions work and are worth supporting. The monitoring and evaluation will also ensure…

Zambia Human Rights Commission Visits JLOS

KAMPALA - Officials from the Justice, Law and Order Sector on the September 10, 2013 met with the Zambia Human Rights Commission delegation that is in Uganda on a benchmarking study tour of the sector-wide approach and the strategic investment plan development process. Ms Pixie K. Yangailo, the Chairperson of the Zambia Human Rights Commission led the visiting delegation. The purpose of the visit was to get first hand insights…