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Uganda's estimated oil wealth has increased from 3.5 billion to 6.5 billion barrels,following new discoveries. || 80% of the land in Uganda is tilled by Women but they own less than 10% of it. || The Albertine grabben, where most of Uganda's oil is found, is also one of the most ecologically diverse regions in Africa.

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Press statement UNBS must remain independent during metre testing 1
Press release on president's directive on non renewal of UMEME contract
Press release on Pricinpal Judge's directive to expeditiously hear refinery affected people's case
Press release on CSO petition on the National Environment Bill to Natural Resources Committee of Parliament
Press statement calling for audit of Yaka! pre payment system and thermal power agreements
Press release on allegations by Ministry of Energy on AFIEGO's role in boycott of refinery resettlement commissioning
Refinery people refuse to participate in gov't handover of houses tomorrow
GPFOG statement on plan to amend article 102 of the constitution
26 reasons why amendments to Article 26 of Uganda Constitution must be rejected
Press release on refinery women's concerns and demands to be relocated immediately
Letter requesting for a meeting between Bunyoro MPs and refinery affected women 1
COSASE Report on the Shs 6B oil cash handshake
Police removes cattle keepers from refinery area after AFIEGO and ORRA petitions
AFIEGO and partners' statement on the 2017 2018 budget
Information sheet on how land acquistions breed food & water insecurity in the refinery project
Oil cash recipients are neither heroes nor patriots
Civil society proposals to improve the planned land acquisition by government and oil companies
Press release Coalition calls on Pope to protect environmental defenders
Open statement on issuance of production licences to Tullow Oil and Total E&P
AFIEGO and GPFOG call on ministry of energy to address gaps in draft national content policy