Stakeholders' & Community Engagements/Dialogue

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Stakeholders' and Community Engagements for Land Acquisition for Aqua Park Pond-Based System.

TPFI as a Community Entry Expert (CEE), the responsibilities we are charged with include being a mouthpiece of the community and also providing linkages to MAAIF, ADLG, EU and any other relevant stakeholders.


Under the Framework of Community Entry Expert, EEE is mandated to conduct activities, including but not limited to; Preliminary consultations; organizing community sensitization meetings; conducting surveying and mapping exercises; organizing land owners’ registers/ and groups formation (Association); conducting negotiations/ mediation and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) on land-related matters; facilitating land owners’ to open Bank Accounts; creating database with corresponding bank details; creating database of land owners with corresponding acreages; conducting multi-layered consultations with land owners, local leaders, traditional and religious leaders and the general community; mobilizing local communities and land owners on the benefits of aquaculture; creating awareness about the project and the different roles of each stakeholders; conducting trainings, research and documentation; conducting individuals and groups interviews, focus group discussions (FGDs) etc.


The intensive engagements involved a number of stakeholders including among others, Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF), European Union (EU), Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development (MFPED), Representative of Government Chief Valuer, Apac District Local Government and it's various Departments, Egrets Eco-Conservation Estates (EEE) Limited as a key private sector entity that has done alot in community mobilisation and engagements, preliminary surveying and mapping etc. The most critical stakeholder is the community and that explains why EEE is strategically positioning itself to advocate for inclusion in the project so as to enhance well-being and livelihoods for the locals.


The Project, Promoting Environmentally Sustainable Commercial Aquaculture (PESCA) in Uganda is going to be implemented and supervised by the Directorate of Fisheries Resources (DFR) under the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industries and Fisheries (MAAIF) with funding support from European Union (EU) and any other relevant entities including the private sectors.

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