AMURU YOUTH DEFEAT CHARCOAL BUSINESSMEN USING DIRECT ACTION

Direct action is taking the action you want without asking a third party to intervene. Often in Uganda, we find people “calling upon government” to make the changes they want. Amuru youth decided not to waste time lobbying authorities. Instead, they blocked numerous truckloads of charcoal from leaving their district. They seized the charcoal and […]

APAA COMMUNITY PRESENTS LAND PETITION

Apaa community presents petition of 3,347 families demanding to remain on their land, pledging not to accept compensation This article was First published by Apaa Monitor- Northern Uganda facebook page Today 10 representatives of the Apaa community visited the office of the Deputy Speaker of Parliament and presented a petition which is to be given […]

A small piece of the threatened land

“oil fields in our land”: A Testimony of Acaa Magrate Loum

“My name is Acaa Magrate Loum. I’m now 38 years old. Born from Lakang and got married to Loum who is now 40 years old from Lakang in 1992 when i was only 17 years old. At that time, we lived in Lakang without any problem of land dispute. We lived knowing that the land […]

SU Given Grant for Solar Communication

Browse photos and learn more below, including how you can expand the network with us! Why A Solar Communication Project? When a dictator and his regime begin to realize people are organizing themselves to create a better society, they make things difficult and cut off the electricity supply. UMEME is the electricity provider for Uganda, […]