Reports

ACFIM Annual Report 2021

ACFIM headed the election observation mission and along with other democracy partners put out a preliminary statement. VIEW REPORT HERE

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Pre-Campaign Spending for Uganda Elections 2021

This study piece was document through great effort of ACFIM member organizations at national and sun-national level. They were vital triangulating and verifying campaign expenses …

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Who Won The Campaign Spending War in November and December 2020?

On August 6, 2020, ACFIM received from Electoral Commission the letter of accreditation for election observation 2020/2021 general elections in Uganda. VIEW REPORT HERE

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Commercialised Politics and Captivity of State Institutions in Uganda

The return to multiparty political dispensation in 2005, increased political competition, turning elections into a do-or-die affair. VIEW REPORT HERE

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ACFIM FINAL Report 2016

This report is an outcome of a 10 months study conducted by Alliance for Campaign Finance Monitoring (ACFIM) on the financing of campaigns for the …

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Unregulated Campaign Spending and it’s Impact on Electoral Participants in Uganda

This Report reflects the views and perceptions of political party leaders, legislators in the 10th and previous Ugandan Parliaments, political leaders at Local Government level, …

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Study of Utilisation of State Funds during Election Campaigns in Uganda 2015_2016

Every country aspires to have a democratic process that is competitive but fair for all actors in determination of how their country is governed. Increasingly, …

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Curbing Vote Buying in Uganda_A Village Based Study Covering 52 Districts

This study was conducted to trace the depth of vote-buying in Ugandan society, taking a sample from 1,426 villages in Uganda. VIEW FULL REPORT HERE

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ACFIM ANNUAL REPORT – 2015

The year 2015 was a watershed moment for ACFIM as we engaged in groundbreaking surveys on the 9th Parliament on Campaign Spending and Constituency Demands; …

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Scoping Study on Political Financing in Uganda

Since 1958 and 1962 when Uganda received self-rule and independence respectively, politics has been evolving and each election period has presented itself differently with its …

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