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

CSOs Petition NCBA Bank Over Hoima Sugar Limited Abuses

August 11, 2023    By nape

By Allan Kalangi Two environmental and human rights organisations in Uganda have petitioned NCBA Bank to stop financing Hoima Sugar Limited which they claim carries out its activities in a manner that contravenes environmental laws and disregards the rights of the host communities. The two organisations, National Association of Professional... Read More

Court of Appeal starts hearing of the case against Hoima Sugar Limited

August 2, 2023    By nape

By Allan Kalangi The Court of Appeal in Kampala has started hearing of the case that National Association of Professional Environmentalists (NAPE), Africa Institute for Energy Governance (AFIEGO) and Water and Environment Media Network (WEMNET) filed for cancellation of the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) certificate of approval issued... Read More

Hoima Sugar Limited Accused of polluting the environment

November 14, 2022    By nape

Communities neighbouring the plantation and factory of Hoima Sugar Limited have accused the company of polluting the environment especially their water sources. Click on the following link to access a full article of the communities’ grievances. 

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

NAPE calls for unconditional release of students detained for holding a peaceful demonstration in support of the recent European Union Resolution on the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP).

October 10, 2022    By nape

On Wednesday 5th October 2022, nine (9) students from various Universities in Uganda were remanded to Luzira prison over allegations that they participated in a demonstration in support of the recent European Union Parliament resolution seeking to delay the construction of the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) citing human rights... Read More

NAPE partners with ORRA to amplify voices of oil affected communities.

July 28, 2022    By nape

NAPE and Oil Refinery Affected Residents Association (ORRA) have embarked on carrying out joint activities aimed at amplifying voices of oil host communities. The partnership between the two CSOs was kick-started with a capacity building training on community mobilisation with a specific target of PWDs, youth, women and persons living... Read More