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Publications

  1. In this edition, we bring you the largely sad news of the loss of two icons of justice in the country; Stella Mukasa, a member of the AAU General Assembly and a strong feminist; Ass....
  2. Activists have asked the Uganda Government to ratify and domesticate the African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Good Governance which is an important tool ain promotion of human rights and...
  3. Heavy rainfall over the past two months have caused destructive flooding in several districts and landslides in the mountanious areas of the Country. Destructive winds and hailstorms have ravaged...
  4. Following the recent rains experienced in the district, people are increasingly being affected each day across the district with the greatest effect being on the crops, Houses and most of the access...
  5. In this publication, for the resilience Ugandans and the rest of the world put up last week in the fight to good governance, big up! Government , under pressure, released 33 legislators following the...
  6. As our friends in Apaa warm up for the Commission of Inquiry to intervene in their land matter, they have vacated the UN offices with no response from any international agency. This however has...
  7. In this weekly, we bring you the plight of teh Apaa community, in Amuru district. 27 days and still counting, the Apaa community is still camped at the UN offices awaiting international support in...
  8. In this publication, we bring some good news of how The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights OHCHR broke  silence on the Apaa evictions inNorthern Uganda, expressing...
  9. We bring you a story from the Northern part of Uganda on Land injustice. A community of over 2000 people has been battling with Government, Uganda Wildlife Authority and the Army over a piece of land...
  10. We garnered some success regarding the Mobile Money and social media tax. The MM tax dropped to 0.5% from 1%. The pressure to have social media tax scrapped is still on and this time, Members of...
  11. In this edition, We rant about the social media tax! Join the struggle to have this law reaped, or at worst amended! On a brighter note, hundreds of women marched on 1st July in Kampala, from...
  12. We bring you the Teso run in pictures, and as well, Masindi public service delivery day celebration that included cleaning a public hospital. All these activities were carried to mark the...
  13. We bring you the analysis of the National Budget FY2018-19, with a specific eye at the agriculture sector allocation, on which majority Ugandans are dependent. Find out why the sector is underfunded...
  14. [ibimage==39856==image_content_fullwidth==none==self==null==]This was the last edition of the weekly from the Communications Officer Samanya R. Kyategeka.  In this edition, we feature the Former...
  15. In this edition of the Weekly, we bring you the faces, resolutions and motions moved at the just concluded ActionAid Annual General Assembly. We also bring you news from the agricultural summit...
  16. [ibimage==39730==image_content_fullwidth==none==self==null==]At all our 10 GBV shelters, you are assured of getting all the above listed services, and so much more. You will also be served by well...
  17. [ibimage==39694==image_content_fullwidth==none==self==null==]The map above shows the ActionAid GBV shelters spread across the Country. AAU GBV shelters are supplemented by the MIFUMI run shelters in...
  18. I write this letter from the relative (dis)comfort of my temporary place of abode in Kenya. Comfort because I do not have to wake up every day to the largely depressing picture of our country’s...
  19. In this issue of the weekly, we celebrate the seven Billion project that ActionAid Uganda signed to! This is particularly exciting as its evidence of the confidence that donor agencies have in the...