District Land Alliances

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Having\r\nworked with individual members and partner organizations over the past 16\r\nyears, ULA now seeks to exploit the advantages that accrue from allying with\r\nthe wider NGO community in different districts. The process of forming land\r\nalliances / networks in the districts of operation is ongoing. It involves\r\nconducting needs assessments with the different stakeholders in the target\r\ndistricts, capacity strengthening and joint planning. The major aim is to\r\ncreate and support stronger, vibrant, coordinated, evidence based alliances /\r\nnetworks in the districts of operation. In this approach, partners provide\r\nproject funding, capital equipment, knowledge and expertise.

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The\r\nprocess of forming alliances is being piloted in seven districts which include\r\nMukono, Kibaale, Ntungamo, Mbale, Apac, Amuru and Pader. The plan is to cover\r\nall the ten districts where ULA operates to ensure that all stakeholders\r\nbenefit from the arrangement and participate in land related programmes.\r\nAlliances are expected to facilitate citizens' participation in the democratic\r\ngovernance of land in their districts and the country at large.

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