Environmental Management for Livelihood Improvement Bwaise Facility (EMLI)

Our Strategy

Our work is informed by a bottom - up approach that integrates community engagement and local, national and global policy making. We do our work through:

International policy engagement

EMLI actively engages in a number of Multilateral Environment Agreements (MEAs) such as: Stockholm Convention, UNCCD, UNFCCC, and key global bodies i.e. The United Nations, UNEP, GEF, World Bank and Green Climate Fund.

Collaborative programmes

In realizing that EMLI cannot work alone to empower communities, working with others to achieve a common goal is one of the ways we have managed to remain relevant in executing its work. We contribute to development of ideas, methods and implement projects. Through this, we capture new experiences and knowledge.

Communication and training

EMLI maintains its continuous flow of information, sharing of experience and knowledge through its dialogues, national, regional and international platforms. We undertake research and produce broad set of papers, write articles, hold lectures and question multi-level natural resource policies.

Latest Posts

COP23 BONN

COP23 BONN

  • Monday, November 06 2017
Potential for a carbon tax in Uganda

Potential for a carbon tax in Uganda

  • Thursday, March 02 2017

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