Related Rule
Uganda
Practice Relating to Rule 52. Pillage
Section A. General
Under Uganda’s Code of Conduct (1986), “theft of property” is a punishable offence. 
Uganda, Code of Conduct for the National Resistance Army (NRA), Legal Notice No. 1 of 1986 (Amendment), 23 August 1986, § B(11).
Uganda’s Operational Code of Conduct (1986) provides: “The offence of undermining relationship with the civilian population shall include … stealing civilian property or food.” 
Uganda, Operational Code of Conduct for the National Resistance Army (NRA), Legal Notice No. 1 of 1986 (Amendment), 23 August 1986, § 12(b).
The Code of Conduct further states:
The offence of personal interests endangering operational efficiency shall include … capturing from the enemy goods for personal use instead of capturing materials needed to help the war effort of the movement; failing to report and hand in goods captured from the enemy. 
Uganda, Operational Code of Conduct for the National Resistance Army (NRA), Legal Notice No. 1 of 1986 (Amendment), 23 August 1986, § 18(c).
Uganda’s National Resistance Army Statute (1992) punishes any
person subject to military law who –
(d) breaks into any house or other place in search of plunder; …
(g) steals any money or property which has been left exposed or unprotected in consequence of war-like operations; or
(h) takes otherwise than for the service of the Republic of Uganda any money or property abandoned by the enemy. 
Uganda, National Resistance Army Statute, 1992, Section 35(d), (g) and (h).