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Mainstream issue of gender in energy policies, legislation

September 21, 2020,

On a bright Wednesday afternoon, deep in Kyanaisoke Sub-county, Kagadi District, Nyandera has decided to invest her hard-earned money…

Renewable energy remains elusive for many citizens

Rose (a single mother of two and…

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Ministry of Water and Environment Sector Performance Review/Validation Meeting 2020.…

This FY2018/19, 22 ENR-CSOs (i.e. 36% of…

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Monitoring and Support Visit Report to CSOs in the Mid…

Environmental Alert in partnership with WWF-UCO with…

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WORLD WETLANDS DAY CELEBRATIONS 2020

World Wetlands Day (WWD) occurs annually on February 2, marking the date of the adoption of the Convention on Wetlands on February 2, 1971 when a group of environmentalists signed an international agreement at the Ramsar Convention in Iran. WWD was established to raise awareness about the value of wetlands for humanity and the planet.  In Uganda, the celebrations will take place on 7th, February at Bumbeire sub county Headquarters, Bushenyi District Local government. Details

UGANDA WATER AND ENVIRONMENT WEEK-2020 (UWEWK-2020)

Based on the success of the previous UWEWKs, the MWE through the Water Resources Institute (WRI) will hold the third UWEWK at the Water Resource Institute in Entebbe from Monday 23rd March to Friday 27th March 2020. The event will start with the annual commemoration of three important International Days: World Forest Day (March 21st), World Water Day (March 22nd) and World Meteorological Day (March 23rd) on 23rd March 2020. Details

  1. Call for Abstracts- UWEWK-2020
  2. Participants’ Registration Form for UWEWK-2020 

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