climate change

Earth Day 2021 celebrations were spearheaded by Climate Reality Corps of Uganda, CIFED in Kaberamaido, Community Integrated Development Initiatives (CIDI), Africa Climate Reality Project (ACRP), and Oxfam in Uganda. The overarching objective of the celebration was to mobilise the communities and...
In this edition of our newsletter, you will read about how the Women Land Rights Movement is amplifying women's voices to promote their land rights, and the concerns raised by civil society organizations on the halting of operations of 54 NGOs. You will also read about Oxfam's call to countries...
Growing up in rural Uganda in Mpondwe village, Rwenzori subregion, I enjoyed swimming with my peers in Mpondwe river which flows from Mount Rwenzori. This was typical of village life. We would innocently dive in the deep water, oblivious of the risks and swim, forgetting any other chores we had for...
This publication on Climate Smart Agriculture as a response to climate change for the agricultural sector is the outcome of collaboration by the iNGO Alliance and the government of Uganda to provide practical interventions in response to climatic factors adversely affecting agricultural production.
Oxfam calls for wealthy countries to step up climate adaptation finance commitments at virtual meeting ahead of January’s Climate Adaptation Summit
A recent Oxfam report dubbed, Forced from Home: Climate - Fuelled Displacement, has warned that today, people are seven times more likely to be internally displaced by cyclones, floods and wildfires than by earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, and three times more likely than by conflict. This...
“It is not climate change; it is climate emergency, we are in a climate crisis.” Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 1.5°C special report shows greater temperature rise and impacts accelerating. The Sahara is increasing its size by 10%, small island states are at the verge of...
Oxfam, partners, and allies’ research and experience in Uganda clearly shows that climate change is already exacerbating poverty and inequality in the country. Oxfam believes that influencing the government to invest in helping people adapt and build resilience to climate change will increase food...
THE CLIMATE STRIKE CONTINUES: OXFAM AND KAMPALA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY CALL FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE Extreme weather and unpredictable seasons are becoming more frequent and severe, changing what farmers can grow, making people hungry. Similarly, food prices are going up while food quality is...
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This November, off my stage performances, I had an opportunity of meeting some smallscale women farmers who are supported by Oxfam and partners in Nebbi District. It was so different from my day to day routine as it gave me a whole new perspective on the efforts and struggles these women go through...

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