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CSOs react to proposed 2021/22 budget

Many say, the planned expenditure may not boost service delivery Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Uganda’s newly proposed budget may not efficiently deliver services to the citizens, according to the Civil Society Organisations that do work on the budget. The first weakness was pointed out by Julius Mukunda, the …

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2020 Economic Mkutano

Discussions centres on how to finance local governments Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Optimal funding to local governments is key for the growth of local economies that feed into the national economy, according to David Bikhado Ofungi, the founder and chief executive officer of DERO and curator of the …

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Parliament approves 3rd National Development Plan

Key development strategies of NDPlll ▪Agro-industrialization ▪Fasttrack Oil, Gas, Mineral based industrialisation ▪Export promotion ▪Promotion of local manufacturing ▪Harness tourism potential ▪Increase local content participation ▪Increase access to Energy ▪Enhance skills and vocational development ▪Increase access to social protection ▪Promote development-oriented mindset ▪Increase resource mobilization ▪Re-engineer public service to promote …

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Finance ministry tables third national development plan

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT  |   The Ministry of Finance has tabled the third National Development Plan- NDPIII. The five-year plan was supposed to be approved before the presentation of the National Budget Framework Paper for financial year 2020/2021.  David Bahati, the Minister of State for Planning in the Finance …

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Resources for agriculture in Uganda

Planning and allocating resources to agriculture must follow five principles and 20 interconnected actions COMMENT | MILDRED BARUNGI | “A world where food is nutritious and accessible for everyone, in which natural resources are managed in a way that maintains ecosystem functions to support current and future human needs.” This …

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