Kaudha Amina, a former CBCE who has been very active in dissemination of CE materials and training people using the modules, was requested by the community members to represent them at the District Council V such that when they submit a petition using the skills she imparted to them, she would move it to another level. She was unanimously elected and currently representing Namugongo S/C. in the District Council V.
In Kaliro, the District Khadi leased out part of Bukumankoola Muslim Primary school land to a private investor to establish sugar cane plantation. From Dec. 2017-August 2018, community members have been battling with the issue. When the community members got information about the planned sugar can investment, community members convened a meeting at the school compound in April 2018 where they invited one of the CBCEs to educate them on how to write a petition and the subsequent processes they should follow in order to block the establishment of the sugar cane plantation, they were taken through the procedures, and at the meeting, they wrote a petition fully signed by all people present to the District Council, they also formed a 10 member committee to present the petition to council, which was received by the clerk to council, presented to the speaker, and a date was discussing the petition was set, the 10 member committees were informed of the date and all were present, they explained their concerns and one of the concerns was that it will attract children to leave classes and start working at the plantation; that the plantation will harbor snakes that will pose a danger to children; and it will be a hiding place for thieves who will terrorize the passersby. The council got concerned and they passed a resolution to block the investment, forced the district Khadi to settle the issue with the investor and the project was blocked by the District Council.
In April 2018, at Kalitunsi ward, Kaliro District, after dissemination of Good Governance and Service Delivery module to 100 households, 56 Households convened a meeting and invited the Manager from UMEME in Kaliro to come and explain to them the requirements for connecting electricity to their area, it was explained and 27 households raised the required initial payments to start the process of power connectivity, by mid July 2018, 9 households had already been connected with power, the process is still ongoing and it is hoped that by around may 2019, all the members who showed interest shall have got power connectivity.
In July 2018, the CBCEs disseminated the module on Land to members of social groups they work with in Bugawe Village, Nakigo S/C, Iganga District; After dissemination of the module on Land to; Wegeme-Kumwino; Buluza-Brac; and Joy Savings and Credit groups, 30 out of 80 members took action on what they learned and have started the process of leasing their land, (Freehold Titles). 6 members have already received their land titles. The other 24 are at the surveying phase, however, other members are still joining the process and it is still being documented until all the members have acquired their respective titles. This has also trickled down to other districts like Kaliro where majority of community members are being heard discussing among themselves about the importance and interest of acquiring land titles for their households.