Poverty in Uganda

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The constitution of Uganda gives every Ugandan a mandate and an advantage to play a role to ensure that the resources at individual disposure are enough to "satisfy every man's needs not every man's greed" as said by Gandhi.

Education[edit]

This is privately funded or government funded. The low grades recorded in private schools are not permanent each year. They record an improvement of not less than 1.2%. 45.2% of government funded show a decline that is not less than 3.4%, 14.3% of government schools have not seen any change in gradeds for the last 3 years according to UNEB UCE REPORT 2012.

This decline in service delivery in government funded organisation as opposed to the low funded private organisations explains why the current poverty levels are not meant for Ugandans.

FITH Ugandans can not be separated for the spirituality.

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