• Engaging development partners

    AFIEGO, Save Bugoma Forest Campaign members, the EU head of delegation and his team after a meeting on saving Bugoma forest.

  • EU visit to Bugoma forest

    EU ambassadors and the Save Bugoma Forest Campaign during a field visit to Bugoma forest. The EU diplomats also visited Murchison Falls to assess hydropower dam threats.

  • Empowering youth

    AFIEGO and youth leaders after a meeting in which the youth were empowered to protect critical ecosystems from oil and sugarcane threats

  • Influencing oil processes

    AFIEGO and Ugandan as well as DRC partners after the EACOP ESIA public hearing in Kakumiro district, Uganda. AFIEGO works with cross-border communities to influence governance of cross-border natural resources.

  • Empowering cross-border communities

    AFIEGO and CSO partners from the DRC after a meeting on how to mobilise and empower cross-border communities to protect the environment.

  • Partnership building

    AFIEGO and partners following a meeting with Ministry of Lands officials in Kampala. The meeting discussed how the public could participate in opening of the Bugoma forest boundaries.

  • Promoting community rights

    AFIEGO and partners in a group photo after a sensitisation meeting with oil-affected women in Hoima district

  • Protecting Bugoma forest

    AFIEGO and some Save Bugoma Forest Campaign members following a run on saving Bugoma forest

  • Engaging government

    Some members of the Save Bugoma Forest Campaign at the National Forestry Authority (NFA) offices waiting to meet NFA officials

  • Women participation

    AFIEGO being appreciated by women leaders for working with them to defend their land and environment rights. AFIEGO works with women to protect their rights.

  • Engaging religious leaders

    Bunyoro religious leaders after a meeting with AFIEGO and partners on how to protect forests amidst competing threats

  • Engaging the UN on human rights

    AFIEGO and other partners following a meeting with UN Human Rights officials in Kampala. We discussed oil and human rights.

  • Access to justice

    AFIEGO enables access to justice for poor communities

  • Engaging the media

    AFIEGO engages the media for transparency and accountability in the energy sector

About Us

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. We run three programmes including ; Electricity Democracy Programme, Extractives Governance Programme, and Renewable Energy Effieciency Programme

News Highlights

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