Ms. Amumpiire is a Research Officer. She is currently working under the Environmental Democracy Program (EDP), particularly on the Project on Enhancing Forest Governance and Community Livelihoods. She previously worked with the Land Division of the High Court of Uganda as a legal researcher on land and environment issues. She has an LLM in Environmental Law and Policy from the University of Kent Canterbury United Kingdom, a Bachelor of Laws Degree (LLB) from Makerere University, a Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the Law Development Centre and is enrolled as an advocate of the courts of judicature in Uganda. Her interests are in environmental issues such as climate change adaptation and mitigation, environment and natural resources governance, environmental law and policy analysis. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Naluwairo, R., Mugyenyi, O., and Amumpiire, A., Greening Uganda’s 2016 General Elections: Key Issues for Political Parties and Political Leaders to Address in their Manifestoes, Kampala, ACODE Policy Briefing Paper, No.31, 2015.
Mugyenyi, O., Amumpiire, A., and Namujuzi, F., Sustainable Conservation of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Community Welfare Improvement: Creating a Win–Win Situation by increasing the community share of the Gorilla Permit Levy and strengthening the governance of revenue sharing, Kampala, ACODE Policy Briefing Paper Series, No.30, 2014.
Naluwairo, R., Amumpiire, A., and Kyarisiima, J., Operationalization of Uganda’s National Tree Fund: A Process Audit and Call for Action, Kampala, ACODE Policy Briefing Paper Series, No.29, 2014.
Amumpiire, A., and Rhoads, R., Strengthening the Role of Local Leaders and Actors in Advocating for Better Forestry Governance and Improved Livelihoods, Kampala. ACODE Policy Dialogue Report Series, No.20, 2014.