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E.g., 12/13/2018
E.g., 12/13/2018
This annual report is our opportunity to express gratitude and showcase the impact our work with your support had on addressing the issue of inequality and transforming thousands of lives. It is a celebration of every staff, partners, media, donors, service providers and global colleagues and...
This report examines the distribution of unpaid care and domestic work in households in the Ugandan districts of Kaabong, Kabale and Kampala. It seeks to understand the connection between social norms and the gendered division of work, including how much time women, men, boys and girls spend on...
This position paper summarises the key findings and arguments and makes recommendations on ways in which policy makers and influencers can contribute to the recognition, reduction and redistribution of unpaid domestic and carework for a better economy for all Ugandans.
The Resilient Learners, Teachers and Education systems in South Sudan and Uganda is a four year project funded by the European Union under the BRiCE (Building Resilience in Crises through Education) thematic programme. This project is aimed at improving and strengthening the non-formal and formal...
As lasting solutions are sought to end the continued conflict that has displaced many from South Sudan, Oxfam is responding to the South Sudan refugee influx in Northern Uganda. Oxfam is implementing sanitation and hygiene, food security and Gender and Protection activities in Palabek settlement,...
The main objective of the Land Awareness Week (LAW) is to provide platforms for massive community awareness raising and community capacity strengthening on land rights, land governance, administration and land laws for effective and improved delivery and accountability in the land services.
Inequities in land ownership and access are possibly one of the most common injustices that have persisted in Uganda since the pre-colonial times. Unfair land use policies and practices and the lack of security of tenure must be immediately addressed if Uganda is to achieve its development goals...
The cassava project project focuses on cassava, one of the most important staple crops in Northern Uganda. Photo credit:Oxfam
Cassava Applied Research for Food Security is a 3-year project (2016-2018) designed to improve the food security situation of 2,500 direct beneficiaries of which 60% are female in districts of Pader and Oyam in Northern Uganda. This project focuses on cassava, one of the most important staple crops...
Maria Acan credit:Oxfam
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...
Transforming Care After Conflict How gendered care relations are being redefined in northern Uganda
Northern Uganda has suffered from chronic food shortages and high levels of poverty, political insecurity and adverse environmental conditions. Women can be particularly disadvantaged, constrained by a lack of access to and control over resources, patriarchal exploitation, and harmful social norms...

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