JLOS Senior Technical Advisor Honored by Pepperdine University

KAMPALA - Ms. Rachel Odoi-Musoke, the JLOS Senior Technical Advisor was this afternoon recognized by Pepperdine University (CA, U.S) with an award for her role in spearheading innovations and reforms in Uganda's Justice Sector. This was during the Women in Leadership Conference held at Serena Kampala Hotel hosted by the Courts of Judicature. About the Awards The Sudreau awards are named after Laure Sudreau, a 1997 graduate of Pepperdine University…

Sector stakeholders visit Nakawa Chief Magistrates Court

The JLOS Development Partner Group and members of the JLOS sector carried out a monitoring visit to Nakawa Chief Magistrate’s Court to discuss issues critical to case backlog management as part of the broader implementation of the Fourth Sector Development Plan (SDPIV). The visit focused on engaging judicial officers and other stakeholders on case backlog management. The first part comprised of a dialogue with judicial officers to discuss issues pertaining…

SIP III SPECIAL EDITION : JLOS Success Stories

DOWNLOAD [PDF] The Justice Law and Order Sector (JLOS) was initiated by the Government of Uganda in 1999 to reform Uganda’s justice system by addressing systemic challenges of access to justice, human rights, accountability and the rule of law. The sector is made up of 18 member institutions collectively focusing on a holistic approach to improving access to and administration of justice through the sector wide approach to planning, budgeting,…

DOWNLOAD: Annual JLOS Performance Report (2016 - 2017)

The Justice Law and Order Sector presents its Annual Performance Report for the Financial Year 2016/17, the last Performance Report under the Third Sector Investment Plan (SIP III). This year the report highlights efforts the Sector made towards profiling vulnerability and delivering on the promises under the SIPIII. As per the promise, there was strong commitment to strengthen the legal frameworks and improve service delivery processes protect the most vulnerable…