Directorate of Environment Affairs Documents

Category for Ministerial reports on the environment, Meteorology, Climate change and other activities under the Directorate of Environmental Affairs. (DEA)

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FORESTRY SECTOR SUPPORT DEPARTMENT (FSSD)

FORESTRY SECTOR SUPPORT DEPARTMENT (FSSD) ( 42 Files )

The Uganda Forests cover 3,604,176 ha, of which 17% consists of Central Forest Reserves(CFRs) managed by the National Forestry Authority(NFA), 18% consists of National Parks and Wildlife Reserves (NPs & WRs) managed by Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA), 0.85% is jointly managed by NFA and UWA, and 0.03% are local forest reserves (LFRs) managed by respective LGs. The rest of the forests (64%) are on private and communal lands, and hence managed by private and local community forest owners.

The Forestry Sector Support information and documents are available for download.

Department of Meteorology

Department of Meteorology ( 34 Files )

Documents and reports from the Department of Meteorology. Including daily weather forecasts, ten-day weather summary and three-months (Quarterly) seasonal forecasts.

Wetlands Management Department

Wetlands Management Department ( 67 Files )

Wetlands Management Department (WMD) is mandated to manage wetland resources and its goal is to sustain the biophysical and socio-economic values of the wetlands in Uganda for present and future generations. Below are documents on wetlands categorised by region.

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ENR GENDER STRATEGY 2016-2021 ENR GENDER STRATEGY 2016-2021

Date added: 01/17/2017
Date modified: 01/17/2017
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''Women play an essential role in the management of natural resources, including soil, water, forests and energy and often have a profound traditional and contemporary knowledge of the natural world around them'' (World Bank).However, attention needs to be paid on the differential cause and effect of environmental degradation on men and women; and importantly, the role of women as agents of change in mitigation and adaptation to the changing environment. It is very true that men and women use resources differently and have different roles in society.
However, in order to be effective, strategies to preserve and sustain the environment should pay close attention to the impact of the disparities between women and men's access to environmental and natural resources and opportunities.

Environmental and Social  Management Plan Environmental and Social Management Plan

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Date added: 11/02/2016
Date modified: 11/02/2016
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Building Resilient Communities and Ecosystems through Restoration of Wetlands and Associated Catchments in Uganda.

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