KAMPUS LIBERTY UGANDA (KLUG)

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ANNUAL REPORTS

We post our Annual Reports to the site as they become available. Typically, the annual Report for each year is posted in the following year.  

The purpose of annual reports is to demystify the key information contained in each and to respond to the most frequently asked questions we receive.

We are committed to providing clear, timely information on our annual reports and efforts. Our annual reports from 2010 to 2013 are available at the links below.

2010 Annual Report (PDF, 3.2 MB, 7 pages)

 2011 Annual Report (PDF, 1.5 MB, 11 pages) 

2012 Annual Report (PDF, 1.5 MB, 11 pages)

2013 Annual Report (PDF, 1.5 MB, 11 pages)

 

There are appropriate policies in place including:

1) The constitution accepted and approved by all the members of the organization, the Board of Directors, the general Assembly and it allows the general public and other parties to know what KLUG is all about.

2) Finance policy is in place that outlines the controls and to protect the organization from fraud, theft and misuse of KLUG’s properties

3)  Computer Policy and its provisions outline the way KLUG will deal with issues of managing the computer system by guiding the use, maintenance and security of the computer equipment in relation to its staff.

4)  Charitable Donation Receipt Policy Is essential for donors to file for charitable contribution deductions in the process of filing income tax returns and this receipt has to be produced without deductions being made.

5) Equal employment opportunity policy is in place that outlines conditions, rights and obligations of KLUG’s employees (administration) subject to their performance of the duties and responsibilities in their respective job descriptions.

6) Fixed Assets Policy is in place that outlines material resources which need to be well-managed to be maintained in good condition

7) Communication Policy is in place that outlines the to control and reduce the communication cost in an effective way


KLUG has a current written strategic plan with goals and objectives that all/most staff members are aware of and working towards.

 Organizational Profile is in place that outlines the basic information about the name of the organization, contact address, contact person, objectives, vision, working areas etc.

Produce Procure and sending copies of Information Education and Communication (IEC) like a brochure  is in place that outlines information about the organization, its mission, objectives, and areas of work, achievements and partners.

We have used internet communication to delivery HIV/AIDs /STDs, updating members on the Anti-homosexuality bill. Human Rights concerns in the bill, clauses and Nullification of Inconsistent International Treaties and Human Rights information to our Most at Risk Population

KAMPUS LIBERTY UGANDA-KLUG HEALTH DESK, sexual and reproductive health and rights.

Many Donors and stakeholders have assumed that because KLUG has been functioning for almost 4 years that it is already well funded. They clearly find it hard to believe that voluntary commitment has been the only “fuel” which has kept KLUG going.

OTHER RESOURCES

Parliament passes Anti-Pornography Law, The Parliament passed the Anti-Pornography Bill, which seeks to create the offence of pornography which is blamed for sexual crimes against women and children including rape, child molestation and incest.  In the Bill, pornography has been defined as any representation, through publication, exhibition,cinematography, indecent show, information technology or by whatever means, of a person engaged in real or stimulated explicit sexual activities or any representation of the sexual parts of a person for primarily sexual excitement.


The Chairperson of the Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, Hon. Stephen Tashobya (NRM, Kajara), said pornography is prohibited because of the dangers it poses to individuals, families and communities.“It is therefore necessary to pass a law that specifically deals with the offence of pornography and derives the reform necessary to stamp pornography out of the Ugandan society,” said Hon. Tashobya while presenting the Committee Report on the Bill.


The Committee observed that despite the existence of various legislations prohibiting pornography in Uganda, there is no single law to comprehensively deal with the problem. The Committee cited the Penal Code Act Cap 120, the Computer Misuse Act, 2011 and the prevention of Trafficking in Persons Act, 2009, which prohibit only some aspects of pornography.
The Minister of State for Ethics, Hon.

Fr. Simon Lokodo expressed appreciation that the Anti-Pornography Bill had got space on the Order Paper and had been considered and finally approved by Parliament.
The Anti-Pornography Bill, 2009 sets up the Pornography Control Committee, responsible for the implementation of the law and for taking necessary measures to ensure early detection and prohibition of pornography. The Committee will also be charged with the collection and destruction of pornographic materials.

Hansard for the passing of the Anti Pornography Bill THIRD-SESSION-7TH-SITTING-SECOND-MEETING-Dec-19th.pdf

Many of you have been interested to know how you can help the LGBTI community and partners working with the community during this period of time when the president has promised to sign the bill. We have compiled an Updated set of guidelines on ways you can be supportive.

The president may sign this bill soon, We are therefore running out of time, Please review and lets keep the pressure up. Pressure has worked before and pressure will work now!

All in all, we are proud of what we have achieved so far and with the increasing challenges; pledge to do even better as we move on or as the struggle continues!!