climate change

Introduction Oxfam Uganda’s food systems and Value Chain work with small holder famers is constrained by the impacts of climate change which greatly affect yields and consequently impacting on Household incomes and nutritional status and their general livelihoods. Over the years Uganda has...
Oxfam in Uganda continues to tackle inequalities and injustices in Uganda. In this month's Newsletter, we see Oxfam's new country strategy which shows a roadmap as to how Oxfam intends to address the root cause of inequality and injustices inorder to achieve gender parity, influence policy on...
Climate change and its impacts are the most severe long term environmental challenges faced worldwide. The rising impact of extreme weather events on agricultural systems has impacted small-scale farmers’ behaviour in the last few years. West Nile sub-region experiences a prevalent lack of climate...
African governments should boost funding for agriculture, address peace and security challenges, and do more to genuinely tackle inequality. African Union leaders face one of their most important summits (Feb 5-6) in launching a “year of nutrition” amid worsening levels of hunger and malnutrition...
In this newsletter, we see Oxfam take various initiatives on climate change, the EACOP, Disaster Risk management, safegaurding and peacebuilding. Read more for details.
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 CSOs, partners, and Oxfam in Uganda have influenced policies while advocating for better Education systems for all, Tax policies, climate justice, and others. You will also read about Oxfam's call to COP26 World leaders in Glasgow to...
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

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