research documents and analyses how war crimes have continued to affect the
lives of female victims, their families and communities. It also provides an
understanding of reparations based on the experiences and perspectives of
women, girls their families and communities who suffered the serious crimes
during the armed conflict between the GoU and the LRA in the Greater North of
Uganda. The report in grounded on empirical data from in-depth interviews with
over 640 victims of serious crimes and their families from the sub-regions of
Acholi, Lango, Teso and West Nile in the Greater North of Uganda.