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Development Status and Development Measures by State and Private Players such as the Hope Development Initiative in Amolatar, Northern Uganda
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Development Status and Development Measures by State and Private Players such as the Hope Development Initiative in Amolatar, Northern Uganda

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(08. Januar 2020)

 
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Uganda as a multi-ethnic country is currently facing many challenges in the field of infrastructural development, corruption and governance. With a large variety of players active in the field of development cooperation, there are governmental and NGO activities as well as various international corporations and bilateral and multilateral collaborations throughout the country. This paper examines the development efforts of governmental and private players through the example of the Hope Development Initiative (HDI) in the Amolatar District as well as Northern Uganda and compares the different approaches in improving the lives of the population.

After an overview of Uganda’s history since its independence, the current societal, political as well as socioeconomic challenges of the country, particularly in the Amolatar District and Northern Uganda, will be presented. Subsequently, the efforts and approaches of the various organizations will be described and analyzed. Finally, the paper ends with a summary as well as an outlook for the topic.

Due to the format of this project it is not possible to cover all the literature that has been published on the subject and players and organizations active in this field. I have tried to include all the relevant literature concerning the subject of this paper, yet there are many more sources that could not be included.


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Marius Hupperich

studies Politics, Administration and International Relations at Zeppelin University with a focus on development cooperation and development administration. He has already gained significant experience through numerous stays in various regions of Africa. During an internship at the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Uganda, he has already published on possible interventions of international organizations in the civil war in South Sudan and gained work experience during his stays in Sierra Leone.