In 2009, the Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE), in collaboration with the Uganda Land Alliance (ULA), conducted a survey in Uganda to assess the gender-sensitivity of national land policy and land reform processes and their impact on women. The survey was conducted in the districts of Kapchorwa, Luweero and Kampala. In total, 60 women were surveyed, with 15 in Luweero, 20 in Kapchorwa, and 25 in Kampala. These included grassroots women, married women with and without income, single women and some professionals. In Kampala district, researchers targeted policymaking and policy-influencing categories of women, including women parliamentarians, key women land reform activists and other stakeholders. Luweero and Kapchorwa are among the districts in which ULA activities have traditionally been concentrated. Both districts have distinct land tenure regimes - customary land tenure and leasehold land tenure regimes. It is important to consider these different tenure regimes in order to compare the different experiences that women have under each system.