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UCOBAC Appoints New Board Members

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Impact of COVID-19 on Education
What seemed far off from Africa as a continent eventually got here! Globally, it was and is a health crisis killing people, causing human sufferi....  ....read more
UCOBAC Appoints New Board Members
Uganda Community Based Association for Women and Children Welfare (UCOBAC) with pleasure presents to you its newly appointed members of the Board....  ....read more
Why we need S4HL in Uganda

Life has been tough for Santa Otyeka, a subsistence farmer living in Northern Uganda. Since the death of her husband in 2002, she has relied on the....  ....read more

Creation of cities encroaching on agricultural land for women
Uganda’s laws do not expressly discriminate between men and women regarding the right to own land and property, however, there is a great d....  ....read more
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  UCOBAC ‘s partnership with the UN-HABITAT/Global Land Tools Network unit and the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development saw a total of 1,139 community members of Pajule sub-county in Pader district including 587 females and 551 males benefitting from a fit-for-purpose and affordable land mapping process. 300 parcels of customary land covering 1,460 hectares were mapped using the Social Tenure Domain Model which is an innovative and pro-poor land tool. The State Minister for Lands, Princess Persis Namuganza handed over 300 Certificates of Customary Ownership to 300 proud owners of the secured land.

  This video portrays how the grassroots women of Mbuya affected and infected by HIV/AIDS live positively and innovatively engage in small scale enterprises to support their families and improve on their welfare. They are coordinated and supported by UCOBAC through their community based organization called Mbuya Home Based Care Alliance. Follow the link below for more information: http://hdrnet.org/685/1/Nalubinga_MBU...
 
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