What We Do

Pastoral Rights

Land Rights

Governance

Mining Rights

Our Mission

To carry out extensive research to facilitate evidence-based advocacy, debate, sensitization, lobbying; and provide useful information to Karamoja’s development stakeholders to influence decision making in order to accelerate development processes in a participatory, fair and transparent manner

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Pastoralism
January 25, 2020

A gendered look at Etamam: what I understand & my experience as a woman

By Margaret Mudong Rupa sub county, Moroto, Etamam is sending a report to another person or community over an issue requesting for permission and help. Normally the report is sent…
Pastoralism
January 25, 2020

The further the distance migrated to, the harder the task for women Achia Regina, Pastoralist, Nadunget sub county, Moroto

I’m a real kraal woman, I accompany the cows everywhere they move to. At the peak of migration, I pick my gourd, my skin, my source pans, my funnel, beddings…
Pastoralism
January 25, 2020

My experiences on initiating ETAMAM

As part of the peace committee in Kobebe Rangeland, we initiated dialogues on access and use of water and pasture at Kobebe rangelands. Before we initiate this process, the peace…
Pastoralism
January 25, 2020

Thinking globally, acting locally: in the face of climate change, Karamojong traditional negotiation mechanism ensures increased access to critical resources

The decline of global extreme poverty continues, but has slowed. The deceleration indicates that the world is not on track to achieve the target of less than 3 per cent…