Associates for Development (Uganda) | Land Portal
Acronym: 
AfD
Focal point: 
Margaret A. Rugadya
Phone number: 
+256 414 541 988 / 077 249714

Location

Plot 110 Bukoto Street-Kamwokya
Kampala , Kampala
Uganda
Kampala UG
Postal address: 
P.O.Box 14170 Kampala
Working languages: 
English

Organization for research on gender and land rights in Uganda.

Associates for Development (Uganda) Resources

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Library Resource
Reports & Research
June, 2009
Uganda, Africa

Includes landlord-tenant relations, the Kibaale land question, pastoralists, gazetted land, IDPs and returnees in Northern Uganda, conflicts about refugee resettlement camps, the impact of oil discoveries, deficits in dispute resolution and land administration, corruption, ignorance of the law.

Library Resource
Reports & Research
October, 2008
Africa

Reviews key gender issues that need addressing re IDP return and the resumption of livelihoods in the recovery of post-conflict Northern Uganda. Reveals the inadequacies in policy and law in addressing gender and land issues.

Library Resource
Reports & Research
May, 2008
Africa

Report is in 3 parts: literature review findings, field study findings, recommendations. Divided into land justice and family justice and concludes by defining strategic interventions for the Justice, Law and Order Sector. Finds a dominant preference for disputes to be resolved at the lowest level possible, that lack of legal aid remains a big hindrance to access to justice, and that the conflict-affected districts of Lango, Acholi, Karamoja and Teso deserve special attention as a matter of urgency to resolve emerging land disputes and conflicts.

Library Resource
Reports & Research
June, 2007
Uganda, Africa

Analyses context within which the National Land Policy ascribes to tackle gender. Looks at influencing policy context, theories and evidence, access to and control of land, current policy response, and key implications for the PSIA (Poverty Social Impact

Library Resource
Reports & Research
June, 2007
Uganda, Africa

Highlights the conceptual linkages between HIV and AIDS, productivity, and land-tenure security. Points out the transitional effects of the epidemic on household asset endowment. Checklist of issues and considerations for analysis of HIV and AIDS on land tenure and use in PSIA (Poverty Social Impact Assessment) undertakings based on survey evidence and a specific site study on systematic demarcation in Rukarango, Ntungamo District.

Library Resource
Reports & Research
March, 2006
Africa

Baseline survey which includes a literature review. Findings cover land and livelihoods, land ownership and security of tenure, land rights and decision making, land market and transactions, land disputes. Concludes that the volume of land transactions is too low to support a transformation from subsistence to commercial agriculture, as planned. Smallholder farmers have limited capital options making increased land utilization impossible. Tenure security for women is still far from a reality. There is a need to strengthen land rights of widows and orphans.

Library Resource
Reports & Research
August, 2004
Africa

The result of intensive literature review and secondary data analysis to set forth the rationale for a more proactive involvement of the land sector in responding to the socio-economic impacts of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. Aims at developing strategies for the land sector to respond to the livelihood effects of HIV/AIDS in household and communities by situating and explaining the linkages between HIV/AIDS and land with measures adaptable to the land reform process.

Library Resource
Reports & Research
February, 2004
Africa

Contains gender and land rights; gender and poverty; importance of gender to land rights; current policy and legal reforms on gender and land in Uganda; recommendations for strengthening gender in policy and law reform.

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