CEPA Fellowship Programme

Civil society actors from Uganda and the wider Eastern African region continue to lag behind their counterparts from other regions in having their policy advocacy inform government policy. CEPA’s training and professional development is intended to capacitate institutions and policy practitioners of the powerful role of state technocrats in public policy. Training programmes are structured in a modular format to equip trainees with the skills to interrogate the role of bureaucrats in the policy process, enhance their skills to design and creatively deliver policy advocacy that is able to influence public policy design, review and evaluation. The program will draw 100 participants each year from academia, universities, actors from the CSOs and the young emerging leaders.


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