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Robert Ddamulira
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12 Civil society government Asks on petroleum in Uganda

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“Our 12 Government Asks”What is it that civil society would like government and the private sector to do to ensure petroleum development creates lasting value to Uganda’s society?The development of…Continue

 

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UGANDANS, THEIR ENVIRONMENT, CIVILIZATION AND SOMETHING IN BETWEEN.

UGANDANS, THEIR ENVIRONMENT, CIVILIZATION AND SOMETHING IN BETWEEN. If the Mayan civilization had known what we now know, it would still be here today. However, their grand and prosperous civilization that thrived for over six centuries suddenly disappeared in less than a century. It now lies in ruins, in the shadows of its former glory. The profound silencing of the Maya’s testifies to one of the greatest demographic disasters in human prehistory - the demise of a once vibrant society.The…See More
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12 Civil society government Asks on petroleum in Uganda

“Our 12 Government Asks”What is it that civil society would like government and the private sector to do to ensure petroleum development creates lasting value to Uganda’s society?The development of Uganda’s petroleum resources presents our nation with a great opportunity and a significant challenge. The World Bank observes that if Uganda’s petroleum revenues are managed well they could double the national revenue within six to ten years and at the peak will constitute nearly 1 of every 4 parts…See More
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"@Kobina: Thanks for your comment and question: I would go for "special percentage-based transfers to the people in the Albertine Rift region" but only as far it is equitably shared and seeks to lift the man in the bottom million to the…"
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"I think its commendable for the Ugandan government to hold on to the licencing, but still a lot more is yet to be done, the whole of our present environmental and social law and institutional framework was formulated before we knew we would ever be…"
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Organisation (if non, specify N/A)
WWF Uganda Country Office
Type of Organisation
Civil Society Organisation
Website
http://panda.org/esarpo
Job Title
Oil and Gas Project Manager
About My Work
I lead the WWF Uganda, in our engagements and civil society capacity building for the integration of environmental and civil society concerns in petroleum development decision-making processes in Uganda.
Areas of interest
oil and natural gas, csr, governance and anti-corruption, environment, social accountability, human rights, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development, Governance and anti-corruption

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UGANDANS, THEIR ENVIRONMENT, CIVILIZATION AND SOMETHING IN BETWEEN.

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UGANDANS, THEIR ENVIRONMENT, CIVILIZATION AND SOMETHING IN BETWEEN.

 



If the Mayan civilization had known what we now know, it would still be here today. However, their grand and prosperous civilization that thrived for over six centuries suddenly disappeared in less than a century. It now lies in ruins, in the shadows of its former glory. The profound silencing of the Maya’s testifies to one of the greatest demographic disasters in human…

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