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F.a: Enhancing communities? capacities to monitor public/private development projects to promote responsible a

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01/23 - 12/23

Completed

This project is part of

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Twerwaneho Listeners? Club is a legally registered human rights organization with over 1000 members operating as a company limited by guarantee without share capital. In 2006, a group of local human rights activists started a radio talk show ?Twerwaneho? meaning let?s defend our rights, on local radios, Voice of Tooro and Life FM aimed at awakening people to debate issues of governance and human rights. Through advocating for human rights on radio and community sensitization, the organization has become one of the leading advocates of human rights in Uganda. The organization programs have stimulated debate on land rights and lately corporate accountability with the in-creasing operations of multinational corporations across the region. Through litigation and advocacy, the organization has supported hundreds of people in many communities recover the land and access to/utilization of natural resources. www.tlc-uganda.org