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Ugandan Environmental Laws.
FAO Legal Office database (FAOLEX) allows for searches of environmental documents by
country. Ugandan records include:
1. Land Act (Act No. 16 of 1998)
2. Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations (No. 13 of 1998)
3. National Environmental Statute (Statute No. 4 of 1995)
Governments on the Web.
This site links to governmental departments, NGOs, and general information sites
Ugandan Government site.
This website contains information about the executive, ministerial, constitutional,
parliamentary, and judiciary branches of the Ugandan government.
African Sustainable Development (EASD). This site contains the full-text
of the National Environment Action Plan for Uganda (1995) and the National Environment
Management Policy (1994).
Chapter 9: Legal,
Policy & Institutional Framework & Environment Information. This
site summarizes the current environmental laws in place in Uganda, describes statutes,
conventions, environmental policy defici.
is a comprehensive list of NGOs in Uganda - organized by district. It is also
possible to do key-word searches.
Conserve Biodiversity for Sustainable
Development (COBS). COBS is a program in Uganda run by ARD, Inc., a
privately owned firm that offers consulting services in the United States, developing and
transition countries. Their main clients are the U.S. Agency for International
Development (USAID) and the multilateral development banks.
This is a general resource site for the government, NGOs, and other information in
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