Tagged: Uganda

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A group of seven major international aid agencies said they face a shortfall of $89 million just when the South Sudan humanitarian crisis edges closer to the risk of famine.

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Kiboga leaders signing a final agreement with the New Forests Company in Uganda.

In September 2011, Oxfam profiled a land deal in Uganda in which villagers were being evicted to make way for timber plantations. 

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Fleeing the violence, Juba, South Sudan. Photo: Anita Kattakhuzy/Oxfam

While yesterday’s ceasefire is a sign of political progress, efforts to support the more than 50,000 South Sudanese refugees in Uganda remain grossly under resourced, and host communities are being pushed to the breaking point.

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Richard Ochaya, Oxfam water technician. Photo: Grace Cahill/Oxfam

A former refugee from the LRA-led violence in Uganda, Richard Ochaya now works as an Oxfam water technician in one of world's newest camps.

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We are working to provide water, sanitation and hygiene facilities for thousands of refugees living in Bubukwanga transit center, western Uganda.

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After nearly 15 months of negotiations, we welcome the agreement, reached through mediation, between the Mubende community and the New Forests Company (NFC), as a basis for community members to start to rebuild their lives.

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Inside an Internet Now! supercenter in Gulu University

Internet Now! is an Oxfam project to connect 100 villages in northern Uganda with high speed internet.

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Oxfam has welcomed the announcement of an independent process to resolve complaints from communities who were evicted from their land without compensation to make way for two forestry plantations in Uganda.

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Oxfam welcomes the announcement yesterday by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) that it has filed an official complaint with the certification body, SGS Qualifor, who carried out the certification of the UK-based New Forests Company’s plantations in Uganda.

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