World Humanitarian Day 2020 in Uganda

In Uganda, in a move to promote localization, the Charter for Change working group conducted a series of interrelated activities in what is popularly known as the “Humanitarian Week. This was to majorly amplify the discussion on localization into the public domain and bring to the attention of INGOs, UN Agencies and Donors in Uganda as to why localization is important for all those involved in Humanitarian Action. The climax of these weeklong activities was localization dialogues by different members of the Charter 4 Change Working Group Word Humanitarian Day.   As part of the C4C Uganda, the Humanitarian Platform for Local and National Organisations in Uganda supported other platforms to hold the same discussion at the subnational level while the National Humanitarian Platform also participated in a radio talk-show that explained what localization is and what the reality is in the case of Uganda.