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.
Ugandan society where there is equitable access and control over land, and where the poor women, men and children are actively participating to eradicate poverty.
To enhance access, control, and ownership of land by the poor and marginalized women, men, and children through the promotion of fair laws and policies aimed at protecting their land rights.
-Land rights Information Centres
-Legal Education and awareness raising
- Legal aid services
- Land Use and governance
-Communication and documentation
-The Land Observatory
-Monitoring and Evaluation
- The District Land Alliances
ULA operates a multi-faceted brand of Land Rights Information Centres (LRIC) in the districts of focus. While it maintains presence in Kapchorwa, Mbale, Kibaale, Apac and Luweero being the previous areas of focus through a paralegal network, it has advanced the Apac Center to a three-in-one (i.e. a Paralegal Unit, Land Rights Desk and a Technical Support Unit). ULA has further made a stride to the North and North East; Pader, Amuru, Katakwi and Moroto districts respectively.
These Centres are a one stop facility for social and legal protection for the poor and vulnerable through; provision of information on land rights, law and policy, legal aid, land rights education, and research and data collection, to inform the ULA lobby and advocacy processes at national, regional and international levels.
On board is a Women’s Land Rights Project for Mukono, Mbale, Pader, Kibaale, Ntungamo and Apac.
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