This report presents the progress the government has made in implementation of UNSCR 1325, 1820 and The Goma declaration; existing gaps, challenges faced and lessons learnt by different actors during the period July 2014-June 2015. The report also summarizes for quick reference to outputs from NAP implementation for the period 2008-2014"
The fact sheet presents key findings from the Monitoring Report (2015) on the implementation of the Uganda Action Plan (NAP) on United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 & 1820 and the Goma Declaration by the Uganda UNSCR 1325 Coalition coordinated by the Centre for Women In Governance (CEWIGO). Fifteen (15) indicators of the Uganda Action Plan (2011) were used to assess progress the government of Uganda and other actors are making in implementing the National Action Plan.
This report is a result of a concerted monitoring and documentation process launched by the Centre for Women in Governance (CEWIGO) in partnership with the Uganda UNSCR 1325 Coalition in June 2015 on the implementation of the Uganda Action Plan on the UNSCR 1325 & 1820 and the Goma Declaration (NAP). The report covers the period of July 2014 to June 2015 with an aim to;
This report on the impact of oil exploration on women and women’s leadership in the Albertine sub-region of Uganda is intended for the enhancement of women’s leadership and to improve awareness of the impact of oil exploration on women in the Albertine sub-region. While Uganda will not see oil revenues in the next one year, some parts of western Uganda have already felt the negative impacts of oil extraction especially on land matters.
This report presents an assessment of what Government of Uganda, Civil Society Organisations and Development Partners have done to implement the Uganda Action Plan on UNSCR 1325 & 1820 and the Goma Declaration. The analysis is based on the 2011 revised version of the Action Plan and the 2011 CEWIGO monitoring report on UNSCR 1325.
CEWIGO stands for Equality and Empowerment and as Uganda prepares for the second phase of multiparty elections in 2011, CEWIGO sees the need to equip women with essential skills to enable them to run successfully for political office.
This paper provides a detailed analysis of the impact assessment of the contribution of women in influencing legislation and policy formulation and implementation in Uganda 1995-2005. It also provides key interventions that are necessary for scaling up women’s participation and impact in order to realize gender equality and women’s empowerment.