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  • Organisation

    Evidence and Methods Lab (EML) envisions a world where all research findings and data are shared more efficiently and through the utilization of the evolving technological platforms and where organisations are employing cutting-edge approaches and methods to generate evidence and to learn from their work.

    In the next five years, we will be the leading infographics for social impact initiative in East Africa, and we will have worked all major players in transparency and accountability, and justice law and order sector to craft and share infographics with over 3 million people in Uganda.

    EML analyzes, conceptualizes, visualizes and packages information for easy consumption by wider audiences. We utilize available evidence on access to information and the involvement of youth in public initiatives to shape how we engage with them. Regularly, we pretest our content with target audiences to ensure that content and design are appropriately aligned.

    • Organisation

      Evidence and Methods Lab (EML) envisions a world where all research findings and data are shared more efficiently and through the utilization of the evolving technological platforms and where organisations are employing cutting-edge approaches and methods to generate evidence and to learn from their work.

      In the next five years, we will be the leading infographics for social impact initiative in East Africa, and we will have worked all major players in transparency and accountability, and justice law and order sector to craft and share infographics with over 3 million people in Uganda.

      EML analyzes, conceptualizes, visualizes and packages information for easy consumption by wider audiences. We utilize available evidence on access to information and the involvement of youth in public initiatives to shape how we engage with them. Regularly, we pretest our content with target audiences to ensure that content and design are appropriately aligned.

    • Project

      The population of Ugandan is largely comprised of a large and increasing cohort of young people. Close to 78 per cent of the country’s population is below the age of thirty. This situation comes along with the many challenges associated with a growing young population like high unemployment and crime rate.

      There is a lack of awareness by the youth on the availability of government programs for the youth and vulnerable groups. This leads to a lesser understanding of the processes involved in benefiting from these programs since little effort has been put in to create awareness on the availability of the programs.

      The team at Evidence and Methods Lab believes that breaking down information on various social development programs by the government targeting the youth and vulnerable groups would make the information more understandable to the target groups.

      The Youth Empowerment through Civic Technology project reaches the youth through presenting information on key government social development and livelihood programmes into appropriate, appealing and easy to understand visualised data. This is done using infographics to target young Ugandans between 17 and 35 years, who are increasingly using new media technology platforms. These are Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, YouTube, Instagram among others and other digital media like local video halls, outdoor and indoor advertising screens, television etc.

      Extra effort is made to reach the youth in the countryside, where digital media is less apparent and accessible. The team identifies key strategic partners to create awareness with like Community-Based Organisations, District Community Development offices at the Local Government and religious leaders who distribute printed material in their communities.

  • Project

    The population of Ugandan is largely comprised of a large and increasing cohort of young people. Close to 78 per cent of the country’s population is below the age of thirty. This situation comes along with the many challenges associated with a growing young population like high unemployment and crime rate.

    There is a lack of awareness by the youth on the availability of government programs for the youth and vulnerable groups. This leads to a lesser understanding of the processes involved in benefiting from these programs since little effort has been put in to create awareness on the availability of the programs.

    The team at Evidence and Methods Lab believes that breaking down information on various social development programs by the government targeting the youth and vulnerable groups would make the information more understandable to the target groups.

    The Youth Empowerment through Civic Technology project reaches the youth through presenting information on key government social development and livelihood programmes into appropriate, appealing and easy to understand visualised data. This is done using infographics to target young Ugandans between 17 and 35 years, who are increasingly using new media technology platforms. These are Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, YouTube, Instagram among others and other digital media like local video halls, outdoor and indoor advertising screens, television etc.

    Extra effort is made to reach the youth in the countryside, where digital media is less apparent and accessible. The team identifies key strategic partners to create awareness with like Community-Based Organisations, District Community Development offices at the Local Government and religious leaders who distribute printed material in their communities.

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