Ugandan and DRC CSO communique rejecting secret Tilenga, Kingfisher and EACOP oil deals -13-April-2021-1

Through the communique, The Ugandan and CSO signatories are calling for the launch of the aforementioned oil projects to be stayed until the above concerns are addressedUgandan and DRC CSO communique rejecting secret Tilenga, Kingfisher and EACOP oil deals -13-April-2021

Briefing paper -Risks and prospects of Uganda’s oil sector -March 2021- Website version

The briefing paper highlights the risks and low prospects of Uganda’s oil sector.Briefing paper -Risks and prospects of Uganda’s oil sector -March 2021- Website version

AFIEGO’s March 2021 newsletter

This newsletter has the following content:
•Oil projects’ FID: Risks to people and Uganda’s economy must be factored into decision-making
•Pictorial of our activities
•Lobbying
•In the media
•Upcoming eventsAFIEGO’s March 2021 newsletter

AFIEGO’s February 2021 newsletter

The newsletter has the following content:

Digging in too deep? Uganda’s rising debt due to oil, other activities must be addressed
Pictorial of our activities
Lobbying
In the media
Upcoming eventsAFIEGO’s February 2021 newsletter

AFIEGO’s January 2021 newsletter

The newsletter has the following content:

Environmental conservation in crisis: Checklist of emergencies that must be addressed by elected leaders
Pictorial of key activities
Lobbying
In the media
Upcoming eventsAFIEGO’s January 2021 newsletter

CSO letter to NEMA requesting for EACOP EACOP ESIA certificate

AFIEGO and our CSO partners have written to Uganda’s National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) requesting for the following:
A certified copy of the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) certificate of approval for the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) project that NEMA issued to Total in December 2020;
A certified copy of the final EACOP ESIA report on which NEMA based to make a decision on the EACOP ESIA and;
A certified copy of the presiding officer’s report from the EACOP ESIA public hearings that took place in 2019.CSO letter to NEMA requesting for EACOP ESIA certificate

AFIEGO’s December 2020 newsletter

The newsletter has the following content:

Key 2020 achievements: Five-minute catchup
AFIEGO’s 2020 in review: What we did, learned and achieved
Civic space reduces further in Uganda in 2020
Pictorial of our 2020 activities
Lobbying in 2020
In the media in 2020AFIEGO’s December 2020 newsletter

AFIEGO’s October 2020 newsletter

AFIEGO’s October 2020 newsletter has the following content:
EACOP-affected people to Total: We need justice & fairness! Compensate us or abandon the project
Did you know?
Pictorial of our activities
Lobbying
In the media
Upcoming eventsAFIEGO’s October 2020 newsletter

AFIEGO research report -Impacts of oil refinery project on the affected people

The research was undertaken by AFIEGO between August 2019 and June 2020. A mixed methods research approach was employed and 237 respondents from five districts, nine sub-counties and 32 villages were reached.

During the research, an assessment of government’s compliance to the 2012 Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) report for the oil refinery project was undertaken. The impact that compliance or non-compliance to the RAP had on the socio-economic conditions of the affected people was assessed.AFIEGO research report -Impacts of oil refinery project on the affected people

AFIEGO’s September 2020 newsletter

AFIEGO’s September 2020 newsletter has the following content:
Left in the dark: Government violates EITI spirit in EACOP Host Government Agreement processes
Court case to stop Hoima Sugar’s destruction of Bugoma forest set to be ruled on
Save Bugoma Forest Campaigners set to report to police
Pictorial of our activities
Lobbying
In the media
Upcoming eventsAFIEGO’s September 2020 newsletter