Natural resource governance in Uganda’s Albertine Graben

The Baseline survey report on the natural resource management in the Albertine Graben region of Uganda from the Economic Policy Research Centre seeks to identify the effects that oil exploration activities have had on the people and the region. As part of the pre-exploitation analysis, the baseline provides information on awareness about oil activities, expectations about the oil resources and people’s trust vis-à-vis the authorities with regard to the proposed exploitation and use of the expected resources. A primary object of the baseline is to establish a basis for future evaluation of the impact of exploitation-related activities on employment, migration, businesses, livelihood strategies and the environment.

Download the full report: Baseline survey report on the natural resource management in the Albertine Graben region of Uganda and visit the EPRC website for more resources on natural resource governance in Uganda.