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NAPE CONDEMNS HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS INFLICTED ON KIJAYO CAMP RESIDENTS

NAPE CONDEMNS HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS INFLICTED ON KIJAYO CAMP RESIDENTS

ByPrecious NaturindaFeb 16, 20213 min read

National Association of Professional Environmentalists (NAPE) has condemned the human rights violations inflicted on Kijayo camp residents waiting justice for their land by Hoima sugar limited. NAPE Executive Director, Frank Muramuzi who visited Kijayo Camp for Internally Displaced People (IDP) on February 07, said investors grab land for their own benefits without considering the fate of affected people. He asked the residents not to lose hope and to continue pushing…

BUNYORO KINGDOM PARLIMAMENT, SUBJECTS MAINTAIN THEIR STAND AGAINST T BUGOMA FOREST GIVE AWAY DESPITE DEMOLITION

BUNYORO KINGDOM PARLIMAMENT, SUBJECTS MAINTAIN THEIR STAND AGAINST T BUGOMA FOREST GIVE AWAY DESPITE DEMOLITION

ByPrecious NaturindaFeb 16, 20215 min read

Despite the continuous clearance of Bugoma Forest Reserve for sugarcane growing by Hoima Sugar Limited, Bunyoro kingdom parliament and the kingdom subjects have maintained their stand against the giveaway. Moses…

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KASANDA ARTISANAL GOLD MINERS EMBRACE MERCURY FREE ALTERNATIVES AS NAPE LAUNCHES A DEMOSTRATION SITE TO PROMOTE MERCURY FREE GOLD MINING

ByPrecious NaturindaDec 15, 20203 min read

Artisanal gold miners in Kassanda district in central Uganda are actively embracing Borax use as National Association of Professional Environmentalists(NAPE) steps up efforts to promote mercury free Gold mining. Ssempala…

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KALANGALA ISLANDERS DEMAND GOVERNMENT TO LEAVE THE REMAINING LAND FOR FARMING AS SEVERE HUNGER AND FOOD INSECURITY HIT IN COVID LOCKDOWN

ByPrecious NaturindaDec 4, 20203 min read

Severe hunger and food insecurity experienced by Kalangala Islanders during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown has pushed the communities to rescind the decision of converting their land from palm oil growing…

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CLIMATE CHANGE REFUGEES BACK TO GRASS AS LAKE ALBERT CONTINUES TO CAUSE HAVOC TO THE SURROUNDING VILLAGES

ByPrecious NaturindaDec 4, 20205 min read

When Moses Byarufu, a resident of Kasenyi village lost his two pieces of land to oil developments in Buliisa district, he used his 58 million shillings compensation money to construct…