Communities In Bunyoro Region Hail NAPE for Standing With Them As Oil Developments Continue To Cause Havoc In Their Region.

NAPE releases baseline report for its EU-supported project

March 16, 2023    By nape

The National Association of Professional Environmentalists (NAPE) has released a baseline report on which interventions for its European Union-supported project are hinged.  The two-year project (2022-2023) runs under the codename, “Deepening grassroots women rights, participation and economic livelihood opportunities in the era of expanding oil and gas extraction and the... Read More

Gender Justice Critical in C0P-27 for a Climate-Just World

November 14, 2022    By nape

Every year, world leaders, ministers, and negotiators come together in a global event known as the Conference of Parties (COP). During this international event, all states that are signatories to the United Nations Framework on Climate Change and the Paris Agreement gather to agree on how to jointly address climate... Read More

Cylcing Caravan for Women’s Land Rights’’ Event on the Commemoration of the International Women’s Day (Iwd) on 8th March 2021 in Bullisa District.

March 12, 2021    By nape

In commemoration of International Women’s day (IWD) 2021, an advocacy event was held to promote learning and solidarity exchanges to further build the eco-feminist movement. Under the Global theme: “Women in Leadership” Achieving an Equal future in COVID-19, the IWD is dedicated to celebrating women’s achievements in the social, economic, cultural... Read More

NAPE pilots legal aid clinics in the Albertine region.

August 14, 2020    By nape

Under, the Participation and Opportunities for Women’s Economic Rights project in Uganda NAPE has set up legal aid clinics. Over 35 females and 2 males have benefited from legal aid clinics piloted in Hoima district. In March 2020, legal aid clinics were held in Kyakaboga, Kigaaga and Kijayo communities in Hoima where women... Read More

The Women Movement Causing Positive Changes is the lives of Grassroot Women in Uganda.

July 23, 2018    By nape

Given that women face many socio-economic and Environmental injustices – domestic violence, democratic access to land and land-based resources, discriminatory cultural practices and norms, gender-blind laws and regulations that do not protect women’s rights; organizing and mobilizing women to build collective power to challenge the status quo is the solution.... Read More