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In the words of one 16-year-old boy: “I would like to know my sero status. When I know the results, I will know whether I can look for a negative, protected partner in the future. ” Lessons Learned • Successful collaboration with “custodians of culture” contributes to smooth project implementation at the community level. The strong involvement of religious leaders in this project led to noticeable changes in the community’s perceptions, especially in regard to the right of girls to remain in school and to refuse early marriage.
Kingdoms in Uganda functioned like present-day federal states. They had full control of resources within their regions, including revenue, and had their own chiefs, who were in charge of day-to-day governance. The central government had a skeleton staff representing its interests, mainly security and political mobilization. In 1995, the Government, upon repeated requests from kingdom constituencies, decided to re-establish the kingdoms on the condition that kings and tribal chiefs would serve exclusively as cultural leaders.
Ongoing technical assistance, systematic monitoring and constant dialogue at all levels and during all phases of project implementation were cited as reasons for the fruitful cooperation and the creation of trust between UNFPA and the Centre for Women’s Participation. • Recognize the value of brainstorming and concept clarification. It is worth the time at the beginning of a project to clarify issues and thoroughly address doubts that participants may raise. If doubts and questions remain, they will surface later and affect project implementation.
Culture matters : working with communities and faith-based organizations: case studies from country programmes. by Maysoon Melek...et al. .