CESCRA embarks on building the capacity of grassroot women in Hoima and Buliisa Districts to understand their land rights and seek participation in the oil and gas sector

As part of Advancing Women’s Land Inheritance and Property Rights Project objective of empowering women with knowledge, skills and information to demand for their land rights, their social-economic benefits in oil and gas, and to participate in decision making processes in relation to the developing oil industry, CESCRA has since January 2015 been training women groups in Kyangwali sub-county Hoima district and Buliisa districts; over 120 women and 20 men have been trained since January 2015.

CESCRA intends to harmonise the international and regional human rights law with national reforms and strategies.