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Halima Namuli

Halima Namuli

Partnerships Associate

Halima holds a Bachelor of Laws Honors degree from Islamic University Uganda and is currently pursuing a Post Graduate Diploma in legal practice at Law Development Center in Uganda, majoring in International Relations and Diplomacy.


She has previously worked as a legal consultant and researcher for Take A Child To School Uganda (TACTS) an NGO that coordinates both public and private efforts to eradicate illiteracy in Uganda and formulate policies and programs to sponsor free education to all as a way of ending poverty in developing countries.


She is passionate about human rights advocacy, good governance, and the interaction of nations and non-governmental organizations to pool resources to deal with global issues.



New Cities Catapult

Open Submissions for the New Cities Catapult

From November 16-18th, CCI will host the first Africa’s New Cities Summit. This Summit will include what is normally expected in a typical conference (keynote speakers, panels, networking opportunities, etc.) and much more. For example, to turn talk into action, CCI and AfIDA are hosting

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CCI September Book Club

September Book Club Review

Each month, the CCI team selects a new book to read and discuss together. Our book club selections cover a wide range of topics that are relevant to charter cities, but they are most often related to development, urban issues, and governance. In this ongoing

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Big Thinkers and Charter Cities ft. Mancur Olson

Countries struggling with economic development face two critical challenges to overcome when trying to introduce substantive reforms— the logic of collective action and institutional sclerosis. These ideas were developed by Mancur Olson, a giant within institutional economics, in his two most well-known works: The Logic

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