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In June 2022, Oxfam joined hands with the government and civil society organizations to launch a campaign against high levels of aflatoxins in food. We also cautioned the government on the rising public debt following the FY2022/23 national budget speech. On World Refugee Day, we called for...
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...
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...
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.
This month the newsletter focuses on the progress made in women’s economic empowerment in Somalia and Uganda.
Our March - May 2021 Newsletter has details on the launch of the EUTF project, launch a report on the effectiveness and impact of certificates of customary ownership of land in securing women's land rights in Uganda, and how we have continued to challenge oppressive systems which disadvantage women...
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 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...
As part of celebrating African Women’s Day, Oxfam in Uganda, Uganda Women’s Network (UWONET), the WE-Care Pan-African programme and the Enough campaign team collaborated on a social media campaign to celebrate the diversity of African women. We also warned that hunger linked to COVID-19 could kill...

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