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Uganda Association for Impact Assessment (UAIA)

UAIA is an umbrella Association that brings together Environmental practitioners involved in Environment Impact Assessment (EIA). And also individuals and organizations with an interest in advancing or upholding environmental management issues or values as part of sustainable development.

The practitioners and professionals of environmental impact assessment in Uganda, in recognition of the need to improve sustainable environmental management through adequate and ethical commitment to professional understanding and sharing of skills and experiences among themselves and members of the allied disciplines resolved to form the Association in 1998.

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Honorary Membership

All members shall conduct themselves in such a manner as to uphold reputation of the association and the profession of Environment Impact Assessment.

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Corporate Membership

All members shall conduct themselves in such a manner as to uphold reputation of the association and the profession of Environment Impact Assessment.

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Ordinary Membership

All members shall conduct themselves in such a manner as to uphold reputation of the association and the profession of Environment Impact Assessment.

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Associate Membership

All members shall conduct themselves in such a manner as to uphold reputation of the association and the profession of Environment Impact Assessment.

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Mode of Operation

UAIA operates through a general assembly (G/A) that comprises its entire membership. The GA is the supreme body governing all activities of the association. Working below the assembly is a Board of Directors headed by a Chairperson.

The Board of Directors worth with 7 working Groups each comprising of selected UAIA Members and handling selected thematic are – communication, legal aspects, quality, standardization, capacity building communication, co-operation and fundraising. Plans are under way to recruit Executive Director and staff that will run routine activities of the association.