• What is TRAC FM?

    TRAC FM is a new innovative software platform using radio and SMS to enable you to track citizen reports and collect citizen feedback.

    Based on poll questions, listeners can vote and air their voices through a toll-free SMS line (free of charge) and interact with the radio studio through a real-time visualization

    TRAC FM engages citizens in meaningful public debate and changes them from passive listeners to active participants.
  • Participate

    TRAC FM is a helpful and innovative tool, and we want to share it with you! Whether you are media house, civil society organization, NGO or government body, the TRAC FM platform can help you to get closer to- and enter into a dialogue with the people you serve. Click here for more information. 

  • Infographics

    Professional graphic design brings data to life. TRAC FM works with designers who turn data into comprehensible and attractive illustrations. These infographics are shared through a network of newspapers and magazines, online media and dedicated campaigns.
  • Training

    To ensure successful implementation, our experienced staff guides partners on effective use of the TRAC FM platform and provides training on how to set up quality interactive radio programs.

    “We want people to participate. From the first project we did in Kawempe, we used TRAC FM and we saw that people actually participate using messages and phones.” Rosette Mutambi, Executive Director, HEPS Uganda

  • Testimonials

    TRAC FM is a great tool for talk-show hosts. There is more reason for people to listen if you are relevant to the things happening in their communities.” 

    Seanice Kacungira – Radio host Sanyu FM, Kampala

    Click here to see the video about how radio Wa uses TRAC FM software. 


KKCR in Kibaale carries out its first polls

Kibaale Kagadi Community Radio (KKCR) on 91.7FM is based in Kibaale region. Using the Trac FM software, they run their first polls on August 25th 2014. 

TRAC FM launches in Fort Portal!

Trac FM is proud to announce its newest partnership with Fort Portal’s Toro Development Network office (ToroDev), in conjunction with the Rwenzori Journalist Forum. This was held at a maiden press conference at their offices on the 26th of June 2014 in Fort Portal.

IDS research commisioned by Hivos featuring Trac FM case study

The Institute of Development Studies (IDS) recently published a paper on the use and implementation of technologies used to promote citizen participation, Transparency and accountability.

TRAC FM attends ICT4Ag Conference

During the very first session of the Plug & Play Day at the ICT4Ag Conference, Wouter Dijkstra, the Founder and Director of TRAC FM will be presenting how this innovative software platform is used by media and non-profit organizations to amplify the voices of citizens, track reports and collect opinions.

Press release: TRAC FM, Farm Radio and HarvestPlus team up

TRAC FM teams up with Farm Radio International and HarvestPlus to raise awareness about the importance of consuming Orange-fleshed sweet potatoes (OFSPs) among Ugandans, by putting the power of interactive radio drama to work.

Datajournalism Award

The Datajournalism Awards are given for outstanding work in the field of data journalism in any media worldwide. They reward outstanding examples of data driven investigations, data driven applications and storytelling with data visualisation, which cover matters relevant to society and aim to have results or an impact at a societal level. TRAC FM was nominated before and we will try to win this time. 

TRAC FM receives grant from the Indigo Trust

TRAC FM is very thankful for the awarded grant of The Indigo Trust, a trust which mainly focuses on innovation, transparency and citizen empowerment.

PC Tech magazine interview

PC Tech Magazine interviewed TRAC FM founder and director Wouter Dijkstra. 

Radio Pacis in Gulu does its first polls

After a training session, community Radio Pacis launched its first TRAC FM polls.

TRAC FM partners with the UDN

TRAC FM is delighted to partner with the UDN, the Uganda Debt Network. 

Supported by Twaweza, Ni Sisi

Twaweza means “we can make it happen” in Swahili. It is a ten year citizen-centered initiative, focusing on large-scale change in East Africa. Twaweza believes that lasting change requires bottom-up action. We seek to foster conditions and expand opportunities through which millions of people can get information and make change happen in their own communities directly and by holding government to account.


Use our platform!

TRAC FM is ready to work with you. Whether you are a media company, civil society organization, NGO or government body, the TRAC FM platform can help you to get closer to- and enter into a dialogue with the people you serve. Click here for more information. 

Video: how trac fm works

Contact Us

Physical Address: CEEWA Building, Block 244, Kiwafu Road, Kansanga
Email: info@tracfm.org
Tel: +256 790 869491