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Uganda's estimated oil wealth has increased from 3.5 billion to 6.5 billion barrels,following new discoveries. || 80% of the land in Uganda is tilled by Women but they own less than 10% of it. || The Albertine grabben, where most of Uganda's oil is found, is also one of the most ecologically diverse regions in Africa.

Welcome to AFIEGO

Africa Institute for Energy Governance (AFIEGO) is a public policy research and advocacy NGO  dedicated to influencing energy policies to benefit the poor and vulnerable. Based in Kampala- Uganda, the organization was born out of the need to contribute to efforts to turn Africa's energy potential into reality; and to ensure that the common man and woman benefits from this energy boom. Through lobbying, research and community education, AFIEGO works with communities and leaders to ensure that energy resources are utilized in a way that promotes equitable development, environmental conservation and respect for human rights.

Latest News & Articles

AFIEGO's April 2017 Newsletter

Read about: Stand up for public interest litigation in human rights cases Collapsing tran...

A report on the radio talkshow on ongoing and planned infrastructural developmen...

On Thursday March 30, 2017, AFIEGO held a radio talkshow with Ministry of Energy and Mineral Develop...

AFIEGO's March 2017 newsletter

Read about: Troubled elephants distressed birds: Impacts of oil activities why Ugandan enviro...

Open letter to the president of Uganda on the Justice Bamugemereire Lands Commis...

Your Excellency, Africa Institute for Energy Governance (AFIEGO), a public policy research and advoc...

Open letter to Hon Betty Amongi on cancellation of land titles in Bunyoro

Dear Hon. Betty Amongi, Africa Institute for Energy Governance (AFIEGO), a public policy research...

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