NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Mr. Edmond Malilo Owor is the new Executive Director of Uganda Land Alliance. Mr. Owor takes over from Ms Esther Obaikol who has been at the helm of ULA's land rights campaign for seven years. Mr Owor brings in a wealth of knowledge and experience in areas of monitoring and evaluation, governance, accountability, human rights and justice, gained from over 15 years of working with government and non-government institutions.

MOROTO GETS LAND RIGHTS CENTRE

With funding from the United States Agency for International Development, through Supporting Access to Justice, Fostering Equity & Peace (USAID/SAFE) Program, ULA has started implementing a one-year project entitled "Improving Access to Land Justice: Reducing Vulnerability Increasing Tenure Security" (IMPARTS) in the sub-counties of Rupa, Tapac, Katikekile and Nadunget in Moroto district.

LAND, OIL & GAS GOVERNANCE

 ULA is working with civil society organizations in oil-rich areas of northern Uganda to protect land rights of communities which will be affected by oil production and related projects. Thousands of households will be displaced to give way to developments in the petroleum sector. ULA is working with grassroots CSOs to increase focus on land related issues in regard to the extractive industry to protect people's rights.

INTERNATIONAL RURAL WOMEN'S WEEK OCTOBER 7-11

Uganda Land Alliance, in conjunction with women land rights advocates, civil society organisations and local governments held events in different parts of the country to mark the International Rural Women's Day. Women and men in Amuru, Pader, Kotido, Katakwi, Apac and Napak districts participated in assemblies to recognize the role of rural women in development.  

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About Uganda Land Alliance

The Uganda Land Alliance (ULA) is a membership consortium of national, regional and international civil society organizations and individuals, lobbying and advocating for fair land laws and policies that address the land rights of the poor, disadvantaged and vulnerable groups and individuals in Uganda. The Alliance was established in 1995 as an independent non-governmental legal entity, registered as a company limited by guarantee.

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