Buliisa Initiative for Rural Development Organization (BIRUDO) is implement a project aim to ‘Stimulate a Public Debate on How Local Governments Can Best Utilize Extractive Royalties in Buliisa District,’ with funding from Natural Resource Governance Institute (“NRGI”). On 14th October, 2015 BIRUDO held dialogue at Buliisa District targeted District leaderships comprise of district local council, standing committees, technical staff, security officials and CSOs representatives. The project aim at empowering the local communities and their leaders with knowledge and innovation that enable them promote best practices of transparent and accountability of managing royalties to the local government and information sharing.
BIRUDO Launch a New Project
On 28th September, 2015 BIRUDO launch a project aim to guarantee proper implementation of government programs and accountability, BIRUDO, under the auspices of Governance, Accountability, Participation and Performance (GAPP) Project with funding from USAID and UKaid GAPP Program, is empowering Vulnerable Groups, Community Based Organizations and Local Communities with innovations for meaningful engagement with local governments to ensure proper implementation of government programs and accountability in Buliisa District.