• Assessing Gender Sensitivity in Uganda’s Extractive Industry

    Find herein an assessement of Gender Sensitivity in Uganda's Extractives Industry: A case of Buliisa, Hoima and Mubende districts.

  • Hoima District Property Compensation Rates-Runyakitara version

    Here find Hoima District Property Compensation rates translated into Runyakitara, a local dialect spoken by the largest population in oil rich Hoima district.

  • Report of the Committee of Parliament on Statutory Authorities and State Enterprises (COSASE) on investigations into the Shs 6 bn oil money reward to 42 public officials

    Herein find a a report of the Committee of Parliament on Commission, Statutory Authorities and State Enterprises (COSASE) investigations into the circumstances under which the reward of Shs 6 billion (oil money) was given to to 42 public officers who participated in the Heritage oil and gas arbitration case.

  • NGO Regulations 2017

    Herein published the NGO Regulations, 2017 that guide the implementation of the NGO Act, 2016.

  • The Natural Resources Manifesto 2016-2021

    This Manifesto helps citizens share with their leaders what they want done in the extractives sector. The major focus is for citizens to demand for issues listed herein from their leaders or those intending to lead. On the part of politicians this manifesto is intended to guide them into what the citizens want and the issues that citizens would like to see in their manifestos and what they would prefer to be implemented once the leaders are elected.

  • Oil Politics in Uganda’s Presidential Race

    With Uganda expected to start oil production sometime in 2018, during the tenure of a president to be elected this February, the plans that the country’s eight presidential candidates have outlined for the oil and gas sector take on a special significance ahead of this year’s general election.

  • 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.

  • 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.