Public Policy Institute (PPI)

PPI set to launch the Civil Society Election Engagement Project

The Public Policy Institute has received funding from the National Endowment for Democracy to implement the Civil Society Elections Engagement Platform (CEEP).The project shall provide real time and evidence-based election analysis and statistics as a basis for public discussions through a nonpartisan forum.

PPI set to launch the Civil Society Election Engagement Project

6 April 2020

The Public Policy Institute has received funding from the National Endowment for Democracy to implement the Civil Society Elections Engagement Platform (CEEP).The project shall provide real time and evidence-based election analysis and statistics as a basis for public discussions through a nonpartisan forum.

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Annual Report 2018

23 January 2020

Another year has come to an end in PPI’s amazing journey to promote an improved public policy landscape in Uganda. Our commitment to improving the socio-economic wellbeing of Ugandan citizens did not wane throughout the year as we sourced for various opportunities and strategic partnerships.

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PPI Unveils the #ArtSpeaks2019 Initiative

4 July 2019

In its quest to strengthen the programming impact of non-state actors, PPI has curated the #ArtSpeaks2019 Initiative to increase the diversity of policy and political engagement approaches available to civil society actors. Working alongside The #ArtSpeaks Network constituted of young and emerging industrial, fine and performing artists, PPI through this programme is keen to use their talents to promote citizens voice and agency for social justice causes.

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PPI set to launch the Civil Society Election Engagement Project

The Public Policy Institute has received funding from the National Endowment for Democracy to implement the Civil Society Elections Engagement Platform (CEEP).The project shall provide real time and evidence-based election analysis and statistics as a basis for public discussions through a nonpartisan forum.


Annual Report 2018

Another year has come to an end in PPI’s amazing journey to promote an improved public policy landscape in Uganda. Our commitment to improving the socio-economic wellbeing of Ugandan citizens did not wane throughout the year as we sourced for various opportunities and strategic partnerships.


PPI Unveils the #ArtSpeaks2019 Initiative

In its quest to strengthen the programming impact of non-state actors, PPI has curated the #ArtSpeaks2019 Initiative to increase the diversity of policy and political engagement approaches available to civil society actors. Working alongside The #ArtSpeaks Network constituted of young and emerging industrial, fine and performing artists, PPI through this programme is keen to use their talents to promote citizens voice and agency for social justice causes.