NRM Sets New Strategy to uplift Vulnerable Ugandans
National Resistance Movement party has embarked on drawing up a strategy that will uplift the lives of the most vulnerable Ugandans.
The strategy will among other things devise measures by which Members of Parliament will ensure that youth, women, the elderly and people living with disabilities can access basic needs.
According to the Party Secretary General Rt. Hon Justine Kasule Lumumba, the party chairman President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, will elaborate to the leaders how this strategy can be set in motion.
President Museveni presided over the official opening of the retreat for the newly elected party MPs yesterday at the National leadership Institute (NALI) in Kyankwanzi.
She noted that the basic needs include food, shelter, medical care and security.
“As we take on the new term, we want to see that the ordinary person is helped to have an income to be able to live a meaningful life. We are here with the people’s representatives in the next Parliament to draw a strategy of how to implement this,” the party Secretary General stated.
She added that this strategy is in line with the party principles of democracy, pan Africanism, patriotism and socio-economic transformation.