Oxfam in Uganda - Annual Report 2016 - 2017

Maria Acan
Paper publication date: 
Wednesday, January 10, 2018

The year 2016-17 saw Oxfam in Uganda take its transformation agenda to a level higher. We tested and applied Oxfam’s power to convene and influence actors around issues we believe address the root causes of injustice and inequality. The year saw a lot of investment in coaching and accompaniment for our staff and for our partners to be more effective in applying the experience, the knowledge and the learning from our programs for influence. 

From such efforts, we were able to reach 599,638 people with our support, 59% being women/girls.

The different themes contributed to this including;

Governance and Accountability    105,881

Women's rights                            30,000

Humanitarian                               283,757

Resilient livelihoods                    180,000