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E.g., 04/09/2020
E.g., 04/09/2020
The 8th March Annual celebration of International Women’s Day is an opportunity for all of us to take action for equality and to reflect on how we help to forge a gender equal world. In this newsletter, we bring you what #IamGenerationEquality means to Oxfam staff as well as their commitments...
In February 2020, Oxfam and its partners launched a public campaign on blood dubbed, “Fund the Health Sector, Fill the Blood Bank,” aimed at tasking government of Uganda to allocate more domestic funds to the health sector so that Uganda Blood Transfusion Services’ Safe Blood Provision Programme...
November 2019 marked the third edition of the land learning journey under the land learning series. It was held in Kampala, Soroti and Amuria Districts, Uganda. It was the first edition to be held in Africa. The topic of the land journey in Uganda was ‘Property rights, land tenure security and...
At the top of the global economy is a small elite who are unimaginably rich. Their wealth grows exponentially over time, with little effort, and regardless of whether they add value to society. Meanwhile, at the bottom of the economy are women and girls, especially those living in poverty and from...
The Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) for the Uganda portion of the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) was issued in December 2018. The purpose described for the EACOP project in the ESIA is to transport crude oil from the Lake Albert development area in Uganda to the Tanzanian...
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