Poverty in Uganda

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The constitution of Uganda gives every Ugandan a voice and an opportunity to play a role in ensuring that the every individual's access to resources is sufficient to "satisfy every man's needs, not every man's greed" as said by Gandhi.

Education[edit]

Education in Uganda is funded both by private means and by the government. The low grades achieved by students in private schools are improving yearly. Their improvement has increased at a pace of at least 1.2% per year. Of all government funded schools, 45.2% show a decline in grades of 3.4% or more, and 14.3% of have not seen any change in grades for the last 3 years. (According to UNEB UCE REPORT of 2012.)

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

FITH Ugandans can not be separated for the spirituality.

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