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Uganda Network on Law Ethics and HIV/AIDS (UGANET)

Kampala, Uganda
Joined October 2013
Presence in: Uganda
Focus: Community / Customary Land Rights, Family, Gender-based violence, Generalist Legal Services, Health

Uganda Network on Law Ethics and HIV/AIDS (UGANET) is national non- governmental organization that was established in 1995 to bring together organizations and individuals who are interested in advocating for the development and strengthening of an appropriate policy, legal, human rights and ethical response to Health and HIV/AIDS in Uganda.

UGANET employs three main strategies in pursuit of its goals in the five regions of Uganda– Advocacy and Policy influencing, Access to Justice through provision of Legal aid, mobilizing community to   drive their own change.

People Associated With This Organization

Bisikwa Barbrah

Uganda  
Uganda Network on Law Ethics and...
Joined October 2015
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights, Gender-based violence, Health
I am an Advocate who is working with a fast growing Legal Aid service provider as a Legal Officer. I would like to learn from other practitioners from around the world and share experiences.

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Betty Odur Lee

Uganda  
Uganda Network on Law Ethics and... (Unverified)
Joined March 2017
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights, Gender-based violence, Generalist Legal Services, Women's Rights
I am an enrolled Advocate of the High Court of Uganda and an agile human rights and Social Justice Lawyer who is passionate about gender and committed to pursuing a social justice career with particular focus on women and girls, children and vulnerable groups justice and equality at the grass root level. I am also strongly passionate about using law and legal policy as tools to drive and contribute to development, social transformation, equity and dignity for all persons.

I have 8 years’ experience in working with reputable organizations that have value and respect for Human Rights.

By joining the network, I am looking at my capacity being enhanced in terms of knowledge and skills sharing from the network as learning is a continuous process for development.
I am also looking at how I can innovatively and creatively involve the grass root level communities drive their own change by working together as empowered communities in removing system barriers to access justice.

Cathie Nanyanzi

Uganda  
Uganda Network on Law Ethics and...
Joined October 2013
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights, Criminal Justice, Family, Gender-based violence, Generalist Legal Services
I am a lawyer by profession, working with the rural communities to ensure that they access justice. I am part of the team providing free legal aid services , conducting mobile legal aid clinics and human rights awareness. I have over 5 years experience empowering communities to drive their own change by training them as community paralegals and linking them to the relevant government structures near their area of resident to ensure that we promote a good working relationship between the community and law enforcing agents.
I intend to share my learning. and to learn more from other members through this network

Dora Kiconco Musinguzi

Uganda  
Uganda Network on Law Ethics and...
Joined October 2013
Interests: Health

Grace Nayiga

Uganda  
Uganda Network on Law Ethics and...
Joined June 2016
Interests: Education, Gender-based violence, Health
Grace is a human rights lawyer, an advocate of the high court of Uganda who has been doing active legal practice for the last 5 years. She has worked with Civil Society Organisations whose core aim is Access to Justice. Her every day work passion is to bring smiles and hope to lives of vulnerable women and children in disadvantaged communities, to serve the most vulnerable and ensure equality before the law. She strongly believes in empowering communities to know their rights, protect themselves and also demand for equal opportunities and fair treatment. Activities involving legal education to communities interest her as a community based lawyer

By joining the network, i hope to meet people with whom i share a common goal, share ideas freely and also be in position to network and further develop my career for the good of the people that i passionately seek to serve.

Immaculate Owomugisha

Uganda  
Uganda Network on Law Ethics and...
Joined April 2016
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights, Criminal Justice, Family, Gender-based violence, Generalist Legal Services
Immaculate Owomugisha is a human rights lawyer with UGANET for more than five years . She is passionate about legal empowerment and loves working with grassroot structures to advocate for rights of most vulnerable people in the community.

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Prosper Byonanebye

Uganda  
Uganda Network on Law Ethics and... (Unverified)
Joined June 2016
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights
Human rights advocate with 11 years in advocacy for better health by marginalized persons.

Racheal Kembabazi

Uganda  
Uganda Network on Law Ethics and...
Joined June 2016
Interests: Access to Information, Criminal Justice, Family, Gender-based violence
I am a lawyer volunteering with UGANET. i am very passionate about Human rights and freedoms as well as Criminal Justice and love to impact and bring justice to those that have come short of it.
I am a victim oriented person and would love to this world taking a different direction, and thats a change and legacy i will gladly be apart of.
Dora Kiconco Musinguzi is the network champion (main point of contact) for Uganda Network on Law Ethics and HIV/AIDS (UGANET).

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