In memory of land and investment women victims in Uganda on the International Women’s Day 2021
CSOs urge banks and other IFIs not to finance E.Africa oil pipeline project…
A government project is pushing hundreds of families off the land without re-settlement
A new pattern of senior UPDF officers’ involvement in the land grab
Industrial Park Development in Buikwe is dispossessing hundreds of Native Families…
MAAIF lifts livestock quarantine in Nakaseke after two years
Kabale banana farmers battle bacterial wilt again
Uganda coffee exports hit 30-year record
Farmers cry foul as FMD cripples animal business.
Farmers decry low prices of vegetables
Forests fall, animals die, desert looms: Uganda’s burning problem – in pictures
Solar power capacity to hit 50MW
Google Internet project closes in Uganda.
Human Rights Lawyer Nicholas Opiyo is out on bail…
Human rights lawyer Nicholas Opiyo denied bail, remanded again…
How the pandemic impacted rainforests in 2020: a year in review
Two Witness Radio – legal team members, Lawyer Nicholas Opiyo abducted…
Over 5000 Indigenous Communities evicted in Kiryandongo District
Petition To Land Inquiry Commission Over Human Rights In Kiryandongo District
Invisible victims of Uganda Land Grabs
Citizens in Kiryandongo forced to sign land sell agreements on Gun point by armed officers
Cases that opened Doors For Violent land Grabbing in Mubende
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