Acquisition of land for the Oil Refinery: Tracing Progress in resettling projects affected persons who opted for land for land compensation
This particular study focuses on Project Affected Persons (PAPs) who opted land for land compensation instead of cash compensation. The aim is to establish what progress government has made towards fulfilling its commitment to resettle the said PAPs since the initial assessment of their properties and living conditions in 2012.
Oil in Uganda: Emerging Human Rights Issues
The report summarises findings of human rights abuses in the Albertine Grabben
Our Land is Our Bank: Gender Issues in Uganda’s Resettlement Action Plan
The report highlights the issues that women in Kabaale face and makes proposals which Government can adopt to ensure equitable distribution of services and goods in society.
‘Sleepless Nights’, The Fears and Dilemmas of Oil Refinery Project Communities in the Face of Government of Uganda’ Resettlement Plan
The report documents fears of the people who are going to be affected by the construction of the oil refinery in Hoima district.
CALLED TO BE STEWARDS OF GOD’S CREATION: The role of religious leaders in Uganda's oil governance
Find herein a hand book on the role of religious leaders in the management of Uganda's oil gas and mineral resources.
Report on Women and Oil in the Albertine region
Find herein a study on women’s participation in Uganda’s oil Sector: A case of rural women in four sub counties of Hoima and Buliisa districts.
Natural Resources Committee Report on the Midstream Bill 2012
Find herein a report of the Committee of Parliament on Natural Resources on the Petroleum (Refining, Gas processing and conversion, Transportation and Storage), Bill 2012
Human Rights Status in the Gold Supply Chain in Uganda
The study examines human rights excesses that otherwise hurt and disadvantage artisanal mining in the gold supply chain in Karamoja Sub region, Uganda. The study makes a case for the review of mining laws to provide for the participation of stakeholders in granting mineral licenses and recommends that Uganda should adopt a tool kit by World Bank on Gender and extractives to cater for the equal benefit of both women and men.