Uganda's Leading Virtual Technology Hub

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At a time when the world is searching for national and global solutions for topical issues such as regulatory models governing technology and human interactions, the Centre for Technology Disputes Resolution-Uganda (CTDR-U) has emerged as a public policy think tank providing cutting-edge insight and perspective into legal and regulatory solutions of the next generation technologies and their impact on the developing world.

We are at the cornerstone of technological innovation and institutional evolution to support digital transformation in a manner that is ethical, fair, and inclusive to all stakeholders within the ecosystem of the metaverse and the law. Our ideal partners are governments, technology companies, innovation and incubation hubs, education and research institutions, civil society organizations/non-governmental institutions, embassies, missions, and private individuals with an interest in shaping the rules of the game.


To be the leading choice of legal technologists that connects and empowers ecosystem players in a manner that is inclusive sustainable and fair to all.


To be the leading technology law and regulatory policy think tank in Uganda.


  • Inclusive
  • Sustainable
  • Proactiveness
  • Optimism

Our Approach

We excel in digital disputes resolution and regulation, employing advanced technology and expert mediation to swiftly address conflicts. We also develop robust regulatory frameworks, ensuring a balanced and fair digital environment.

Scientific methods


We employ rigorous scientific methods involving thorough comparative analysis to ensure accuracy and reliability in our research.

Legal and regulatory assessment


We conduct legal and regulatory impact assessments before, during, and after policy/regulatory implementation to support reviews, amendments, and policy reversals.

Pilots and experimentation


We use pilots and sandbox experimentation to minimize negative and arbitrary implications in model policies and case studies.

Control tests


We utilize randomized control tests as a cornerstone of our methodology, enabling us to ascertain objective outcomes with a high degree of confidence.



We structure our interventions around multidisciplinary perspectives because we are aware that there is no one-size-fits-all solution to the complex challenges that ecosystem stakeholders face.

Meet the People

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Daudi Asiimwe

Executive Director

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Ivy N Mapfaira

Head of Administration

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Shibah Ayrampwera

Project Manager

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Shilla Nimusiima

Head of Communications

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Luigi Morel

Head of I.T