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Development Partners

Development Partners (3)

The JLOS Development Partners Group (JLOS DPG) comprises agencies that support JLOS through various mechanisms including sector budget support and project support, partly through the SWAP fund. The group has a membership of the European UnionAustriaDenmarkGermanyIreland, the NetherlandsNorwaySwedenUNDPOHCHRUNICEFICRCUNWOMENUNFPA, and USAID. Every two years the DPG chair rotates. To foster coordination among themselves and to keep pace with JLOS developments, the group meets once every month.

The JLOS DPG frequently meets with the JLOS Secretariat and with individual institutions and together they conduct joint reviews and joint M&E visits. The DPG has linkages to the broader Development Partner community through the Local Development Partner Group.

The relationship between the JLOS DPG and the Access to Justice Sub-programme is based on the general GoU-Donor Partnership Principles of 2003. On the basis of the partnership principles, JLOS and the DPG have developed collaboration and co-ordination mechanisms to ensure effective contribution of the latter to the reform process.


The Embassy of Ireland has announced Irish Aid Fellowship Training Program (IFTP) opportunities for 2024/2025. The IFTP funds a number of scholarships for study at master's Level in the Republic of Ireland offered in Irish universities. Justice, Law and Order Sector member institutions are beneficiaries of the IFTP with special consideration given to applicants working in disadvantaged regions. Females are highly encouraged to apply.

The deadline for submission of applications is Sunday, 31st July 2023.

For more information on the 2024/2025 IAFTP (application guidelines, the application form and directory of eligible post graduate programs), visit:



KAMPALA —Uganda has officially joined the International Development Law Organization (IDLO) an Intergovernmental Organization dedicated to the promotion of the rule of law as its 37th Member Party on October 4, 2019.

This was after the Ambassador of Uganda to Italy, H.E. Elizabeth Napeyok deposited the instrument of accession at the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in Rome.

Speaking on behalf of the government of Uganda, during a meeting with the Director-General ahead of the accession, Prime Minister Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda, reiterated that Uganda’s decision to become a Member Party of IDLO is principally based on similar pursuits, objectives and aspirations to promote justice and development.”




Published: October 7, 2019