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Friends of the Earth France and Uganda, together with 4 other organisations, have launched legal action to stop a landgrab and polluting oil project in Murchison Falls natural park, Uganda. “The situation on the ground is dramatic, with thousands of people already deprived of access to their livelihoods… It’s very […]

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People’s views about the ongoing Oil developments in their communities and how they are affected because of irresponsible oil activities being undertaken on their territories by total and the Atacama consulting

Every community member from all over the villages of Ngwedu sub-county in Buliisa district is experiencing the same complex problems. The problems are mostly linked to the theft of their land, water sources and cultural sites. Land grabbing and forceful evictions accompanied with low compensation rates which are not affected […]

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The 500 households evicted by Hoima Sugar Limited are helpless

About 500 households who were evicted by Hoima Sugar Limited in 2013 are still helpless and they have nowhere to go to. Hoima Sugar Limited evicted about 6000 indigenous communities of Bakiga ,Banyoro and some Alur communities from 1,300 acres in Kijayo, Buhaguzi county in Kikube district to pave way […]

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Buliisa: Total E&P , Atacama Consulting and Bagungu tribe are Linked to Ongoing Violation of Human rights and Environmental Degradation in North of Albertine rift, Buliisa district

The discovery of oil and gas along Albertine graben came with a smile on the face of many locals along this rift in anticipation of jobs for the youth, better social services provision among others but to their dismay, they have come to realize that it is a curse in […]

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Marine Police, Beach management Units and local intelligent officer’s violation against Panyimur -Dei Fishermen continues

Marine Police forces in Panyimur continue to impose a stifling siege on Lake Albert waters, therewith restricting fishing activities, which particularly affect local fishermen, whose fishing zone is limited to only Albert Nile. Since March 2017, Dei fishermen have been struggling to deal with the constant police brutality; corruption and […]

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