#TACOR - The Accountability of COVID - 19 Resources
The Human Rights and Peace Center, (HURIPEC) of the School of Law, Makerere University, under a research initiative ‘Transparency and Accountability of COVID Resources (TACOR)’, is exploring how resources including money mobilized for the fight against the COVID 19 pandemic has been utilized and what lessons can be drawn to address any future emerging crises like the resurging Ebola and landslides that the country continues to grapple with.
As part of data collection, HURIPEC has held a launch of the TACOR project, 2 Budget Review Platform meetings, and 4 regional meetings in Gulu, Soroti, Mbarara and Masaka to assess how COVID – 19 funds were applied.
News and Updates
HURIPEC To Host the TACOR National Platform Meeting
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“Where Did the COVID-19 Billions Go?”
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The HANSARDS in 2021 cover the months of January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September and November.
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The Launch of the TACOR Project at Parliament
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