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Towards balancing gender - Women’s participation in Uganda’s oil Sector

Author: Global Rights Alert (Uganda), Published on: 8 August 2013

Global Rights Alert commissioned a survey to assess the current participation of grass root women in Uganda’s oil and gas sub sector. The study...aimed at assessing the forms of participation of the rural women with regard to how they are engaged, challenges they are facing and suggest possible means to ensure that both gender...exercise their rights and benefit from the oil industry...

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Related companies: CNOOC (China National Offshore Oil Corporation) Saracen Uganda Tullow Oil