This paper highlights how so by putting a spotlight on the problematic nature of compulsory land acquisition processes in Uganda and the destruction of education dreams they leave in their wake.
It recommends that gaps in land acquisition laws are filled, laws are implemented and a multi-sectoral approach involving ministries such as that of Education is adopted in formulation of resettlement plans so as to mitigate the negative effects compulsory land acquisitions have on education. AFIEGO's Policy briefing paper no 3
In the year 2015, AFIEGO continued to live by her vision which is to realize "A society that equitably utilizes energy resources for socio-economic development" and her mission which is, "To promote energy policies that benefit poor and vulnerable communities". AFIEGO's Final Annual Report 2015
On behalf of Africa Institute for Energy Governance (AFIEGO), a public policy research and advocacy NGO whose main objective is to promote good energy governance and development in Uganda and the Great Lakes Region, I hereby write to you to draw your attention to the injustices being perpetrated against the 93 refinery affected families from Kabaale, Buseruka, Hoima district who opted for relocation as opposed to cash compensation when their land was acquired through compulsory acquisition for the refinery project in 2012. Protest letter against special settlements final copy 24th 2016