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Gulu Report

Women’s Experiences of Armed Conflicts in Uganda, Gulu district

The report presents the findings of the study that  assessed  the effects of armed conflict on women in Gulu district, Northern Uganda. The study  documented women’s experiences and examined the effects of war on women’s health and economic status. In addition the study  explored the role of women, their participation, coping mechanisms during

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Gender Blind Presidential Election in Uganda

On Thursday February 18, 2016 Ugandans cast their votes to elect a new president after several months of campaigns by eight presidential candidates who included one woman.  In this article, our partner organization FOKUS analyses the presidential campaigns from a gender perspective. The Ugandan Constitution states that parliament shall be

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