NAPE shares success stories of the UN WOMEN-supported project on conflict resolution

NAPE shares success stories of the UN WOMEN-supported project on conflict resolution

May 18, 2023    By nape

NAPE has completed implementation of a project on conflict prevention in Rwamutonga Internally Displaced People’s Camp (IDPC), Kigyayo IDPC and Kyangwali Refugee settlement all in Kikuube District. The two-year project (2021-2023) was implemented in line with the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security which seeks... Read More

NAPE trains community animators

May 18, 2017    By nape

NAPE trains community dialogue animators NAPE’s approach to strengthen community cultural governance is use of community dialogues. The use of approach is a realisation and appreciation that communities have for long been disconnected from their social and ecological realities, the so called ‘’modernity’’ or ‘’development’’ creates a big divide between... Read More

Women demand mineral fund.

October 23, 2015    By nape

Women leaders and miners from Bunyoro and Rwenzori sub-regions have petitioned government to set up a mineral wealth fund through which they can directly benefit from proceeds from the exploitation of minerals. They made the resolution on Thursday in Hoima Town during the launch of the Action Research on the... Read More

Dry spell affects heritage conservation in Bunyoro sub region.

August 20, 2015    By nape

The current dry spell is significantly affecting the forest cover in parts of Bunyoro sub region where forests are being used as a tool of heritage conservation. Hundred of trees recently planted as part of a campaign to conserve the 12-pet names ( empaako) of Bunyoro and Toro are drying... Read More

Activists Want Seed Law Reviewed.

August 17, 2015    By nape

FOOD security activists have asked legislators to review the recently passed Plant Variety Protection Bill, saying it entrenches the rights of breeders and companies while curtailing the rights of small farmers. The activists argued that the Bill curtails farmers’ abilities to exchange, save and breed new varieties using hybrid seeds.... Read More