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In our new edition, we see Oxfam in Uganda supporting women and girls who are involved in unpaid care work, advocating for sexual reproductive health rights and body autonomy, land rights among others. Read on for more details
The 16 days of activism is a global campaign that has made 30 years this year. We recognize the efforts that have been put into ending GBV and hope that one day, no woman or girl has to experience violence. Read More...
In this newsletter, we see Oxfam take various initiatives on climate change, the EACOP, Disaster Risk management, safegaurding and peacebuilding. Read more for details.
In this newsletter, we raise our concerns on the future of education and Uganda’s children amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. We also call for lasting change for African women and girls, and for accountability for the IMF COVID-19 funds extended to Uganda.
We continue to address the underlying causes of crisis in the region. The intersectionality of multiple crisis; COVID-19, climate change, re-emphasize the need for broad based social protection systems that address the needs of vulnerable communities in urban areas and displaced persons including...
This newsletter provides a snapshot of the latest developments on work around our HECA vision programmatic priorities and how the issues therein have been highlighted further as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. On tackling inequality, we continue to address issues around civic engagement and...
In our monthly roundup, we bring you updates of the Writing Training and Digital Influencing workshop that Oxfam in Uganda staff participated in, and the Empower@Scale and Youth Empowerment and Engagement Project review meetings. You will also find the success stories of Jonas and his experience...
In August 2020, Oxfam in Uganda supported the annual land awareness week where women asked the government, through the Ministry of Lands, to protect their land rights. We also used the World Humanitarian Day as an opportunity to celebrate local humanitarian heroes and to call for a better...
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...
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...

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