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Transparency International Uganda

Ntinda, Uganda
Joined November 2016

TIU's mission is to promote consciousness about corruption and its effects and have a society that espouses the principles of transparency and accountability.

Presence in: Uganda
Focus: Education, Environmental Justice, Governance, Accountability & Transparency, Health

Transparency International Uganda (TIU) is a national chapter of Transparency International – the global coalition against corruption. The organization has been promoting good governance in Uganda since 1993. The organization works to change a Uganda free of corruption.


People Associated With This Organization

Brenda Ireo

Transparency International Uganda
Joined November 2016
Interests: Environmental Justice
I work with Transparency International Uganda as a social worker under a project entitled oil and mining in Uganda. Under this project, we work with communities in the oil and mining region by sensitizing the about land rights and the law, providing them with legal aid in partnership with other organizations, advocating for better practices at national level, as well as carrying out research and publishing findings.

By joining this network, i hope to learn from other persons and organizations working in the oil and mining sector by sharing experience.


Transparency International Uganda (Unverified)
Joined August 2019
Interests: Governance, Accountability & Transparency
I am Ritah Katiiti a Ugandan by nationality with a zeal of being part and advocating for legal empowerment in my Country more specifically in Uganda Revenue Authority where i have been working for the last 7 years managing Compliance programmes using proactive, detective and responsive strategies that have elements of legal empowerment. Joining the global legal empowerment network will give me more insights on how to enable people understand, use and shape the law by reversing trends and educating people on how to use the law when required and the benefits there in.
Brenda Ireo is the network champion (main point of contact) for Transparency International Uganda.

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