Working towards these commitments
Secure Tenure Rights
Equal land rights for women
Transparent and accessible information
Effective actions against land grabbing
To enhance access, control and ownership of land by poor women, men, children and other marginalized females and males through the promotion of fair policies and laws for protection of land rights. ULA´s values: Participation, coordination, social justice, sustainable management of land, gender equity, and empowerment of communities, networking, ethics, and integrity.
The Uganda Land Alliance (ULA) is a consortium of more than 60 national and international non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and individuals aimed at ensuring the equitable distribution of land and the subsequent reduction of poverty in Uganda. The alliance’s objective is to enhance access, control and ownership of land by poor and marginalised men, women and children, through the promotion of fair policies and laws for the protection of land rights. The alliance envisions an Ugandan society where there is equitable access and control over land, and where the poor women, men and children actively participate to eradicate poverty.
The objectives include to increase land rights and awareness among poor women, men, children and other marginalized groups; to lobby and to advocate for fair land laws and policies; and to protect and promote the land rights of poor women, men children and other marginalized groups. The Alliance also aims to attain the effective participation of members in ULA programmes and to enhance collaboration with other organizations and institutions. Furthermore, ULA aspires to attain efficiency and effectiveness in the planning and management of it programmes.
ULA members and marginalized groups.