That is completely normal: the government leads the country and makes the decisions.
The United Nations High Commission for Refugees, or HCR, wants to help LGBT persons, but it cannot help those whose asylum claim has been denied by the Ugandan government. A person who is transgender, lesbian or gay will have their asylum claim automatically denied because the police know they belong to that community. They have no right to government assistance.
The HCR is subject to the authority of the Ugandan government, which has the final say on matters involving LGBT persons. It influences the churches and the population. It influences everything.
LGBT refugees and Ugandan LGBT persons need access to health services and the labour market in Uganda.
These are great challenges that we are facing; they come from governments and also affect the organizations. That is the problem.