Arthur Larok

Mr. Arthur Larok was appointed Country Director at ActionAid Uganda on 1st February 2012. He brings with him a wealth of experience in NGO leadership that will bring the country program closer to achieving its mission of working with poor and marginalized people to eradicate poverty by overcoming the injustice and inequality that cause it.

Mr. Larok comes to ActionAid Uganda after serving as Director of Programmes at the Uganda National NGO Forum for the past nine years.  He is well known for spearheading several exciting initiatives by civil society at local, national and global levels where his passion, dedication and commitment to work for human dignity has been repeatedly demonstrated.

 

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Other developing countries are also at risk of losing huge amounts of tax revenue to big companies using tax havens, new research from ActionAid has revealed.The world has been watching with shock as...
It was an honour to represent ActionAid at the UN Panel discussion in New York to commemorate the International Day of Democracy (IDD) on September 15, 2015. Many may not know about the IDD - a...
By Arthur Larok, Country Director, ActionAid UgandaIt was an honour to represent ActionAid at the UN Panel discussion in New York to commemorate the International Day of Democracy (IDD) on September...
By Arthur LAROKThere is a raging debate in Uganda about the crises going on in several political parties. This discussion has been triggered by what observers see as ‘a fall out’ between President...
Arthur Larok
ActionAid Uganda mourns the passing of global icon and African hero, former president of South Africa and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela.“Overcoming poverty is not a task of...
Nelson Mandela
The ActionAid Director’s Forum and International Assembly took place at the backdrop of a challenging period for ActionAid’s leadership team and possibly all ActionAiders.First, a couple of weeks to...
Hon Irene Ovonji, the International Board Chair hands over a gift to the outgoin
This was the most intriguing and challenging question I framed from a remarkable panel that was a highlight of the opening day of ActionAid’s Director’s Forum in Pretoria, South Africa. In a...
Is ActionAid a Dinosaur?
It was a great end to the ActionAid Director’s Forum as the organisation marked 10 years in the journey of internationalization - a process that started with a bold decision by leaders of ActionAid a...
Marco from ActionAid Italy moderates a session on celebrating internationalizati
The Black Monday Movement acclaimed at a high level dialogue on Public Sector Accountability. Monday 6thMay 2013 was quite a fulfilling day for the Black Movement despite the fact that logistical...
ActionAid Uganda Chairperson James Otto boldly addresses district Leaders from Acholi Sub Region. We have always heard and or used the phrase ‘in black and white’ or ‘calling a spade a spade’. Beyond...