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EDUCATION AND SPORTS SECTOR STRATEGIC PLAN 2017/18 - 2019/20.

The Education and Sports sector strategic plan 2017-2020 has been prepared to provide the policy frame work that will guide the sector as it navigates through its ambitious goal of provinding quality education with an insufficient resourse envelope.

The ESSP point out key strategic bottlenecks that have to be overcome such as inadquate school inspection which creates room for ghost pupils,teachers and even ghost schoolsand abse [.........]

UGANDA RECEIVES NEW GLOBA FUND GRANT TO FIGHT HIV, MALARIA AND TUBERCULOSIS

The government of uganda signed a grant agreement with the global fund worth USD478 millions for the implimentation period of 2018-2020 to support uganda's fight against HIV/AIDS,Tuberclulosis and Maleria epidemics.

The signing ceremony was held under the theme"quest for improved Health service delivery"

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STRATEGY FOR IMPROVING HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY 2016-2021

The health of the Ugandan population is central to the socio-economic transformation of the country. Along with
increased literacy rates and vibrant economic growth, health outcomes are improving which translates to better
health indicators. Over the last two decades, the Government of the Republic of Uganda has increased access to
health services two fold. By 1997, only 47% of the population who needed health care could access outpatient
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HEALTH FINANCING STRATEGY 2015/16 – 2024/25

This is the second Health Financing Strategy for Uganda, and it comes at a time of global commitment towards Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Universal Health Coverage (UHC). It is anticipated that this strategy will serve as a critical element in Uganda’s pathway to achieving the health-related SDGs and attaining UHC. UHC emphasizes access to good quality health care according to need, while at the same time limiting exposure to financial risk for t [.........]

Minister of Water and Enviroment quatery release

Minister of water and Enviroment quatery release for financial year 2017/2018.

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Agriculture sector Budget Framework Paper FY 2018/19

Agriculture is one of the primary growth sectors identified in the NDP2.The Vision of the NDP 2 is A transformed Ugandan society from a peasant to a modern prosperous society in 30 years.The NDP 2 vision aims to transformUgandas society from a predominately peasant-based economy to a just, peaceful and prosperous middle income country. In the ASSP, the Agriculture sectors vision is: A competitive, profitable and sustainable sectorwhile its mission is: Transforming [.........]

NATIONAL BUDGET FRAMEWORK PAPER FY 2018/19 – FY 2022/23

The Budget Strategy for FY 2018/19 presented in this National Budget Framework Paper elaborates Governmentscontinued commitment to achieve middle income status. It thus focuses on improving production and productivityin the primary growth sectors – agriculture, manufacturing minerals, and tourism– to drive faster growth of theeconomy, addressing the infrastructure gaps and other constraints to private sector development as well as overallimprovement in [.........]

EDUCATION SECTOR BUDGET FRAMEWORK PAPER FY 2018/19 – FY 2022/23

The Education and Sports Sector allocation for FY 2018/19 is Ushs.2,419.187bn against the current allocation ofUshs.2,501.12 bn. The decrease mainly arises out of funds for gratuity (Ushs.1.71bn) which has been withdrawn fromthe MTEF and the projected fall in the donor budget component. Of the allocated budget Ushs.1,474.17bn is for Wage,Ushs.480.17bn is Nonwage; Ushs.160.61bn is Domestic Development and Ushs.304.23bn is External Financing.The overall share of the [.........]

Q1 DETAILED EXPENDITURE LIMITS FOR EDUCATION SECTOR FOR FY 2017-2018.

Quater 1 detailed expenditure limits for education sector for financial year 2017-2018education sector

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Health & Wellbeing

Marburg virus outbreak in Kenya and Uganda

The Ministry of Health in Uganda has confirmed two cases of the Marburg virus. In addition to the confirmed cases, there are currently four suspected and three probable cases.

One of the confirmed cases traveled to Kenya prior to his death. For the moment, active tracing is being conducted in Kween and Kapchorwa district in Uganda, as well as in Kitale district and West Pokot in Kenya.

“Marburg virus disease is an emerging and highly virulent epidemic-prone disease assoc [.........]

NATIONAL TUBERCULOSIS AND LEPROSY CONTROL PROGRAMME Revised National Strategic Plan 2015/16 - 2019/20

The Ministry of Health National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Control Programme (NTLP), in collaboration with partners, revised its five-year strategic plan 2015/16 – 2019/20 to incorporate findings from the 2014/15 national tuberculosis (TB) prevalence survey. The survey revealed a higher TB burden than previously estimated and demonstrated that over 40,000 TB cases are missed every year. Although the TB survey revealed a more accurate estimate of the TB burden, [.........]

DETAILED EXPENDITURE LIMITS FOR THE HEALTH SECTOR NON WAGE-GRANTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

First quarter(01) FY 2017/2018 detiled expenditure limits for the health sector non-wage grants to local governments

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HEALTH SECTOR BUDGET FRAMEWORK PAPER FY 2018/19 – FY 2022/23

The Health Sector Budget Frame Paper (BFP) was developed within the context of the Sector Wide Approach (SWAP)premised on the Programme Based Budgeting (PBB) principles. The Sector Budget Working Group in consultation withrespective programmes and sub-programmes identified the sector outcomes, outputs and planned activities forThe structure of the BFP for FY 2018/19 is therefore, in accordance with the Sector Programmes that link financialresources and other input [.........]

ICT AND NATIONAL GUIDANCE SECTOR BUDGET FRAMEWORK PAPER FY 2018/19 – FY 2022/23

This Budget Framework Paper for ICT and National Guidance Sector has been prepared in fulfilment of therequirements under Section 9 of the Public Finance Management Act 2015.This BFP articulates the sectors contribution to the NDP II; the Medium Term Sector Policy Objectives; sectorchallenges; the performance for first quarter FY 2017/18; summary of performance for FY 2016/17; outcome indicatorsand projections for the period FY 2016/17 to FY 2020/21; and Planned O [.........]

Economic Development

MINISTRY OF FINANCE, PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIC PLAN 2016 - 2021

The Government of Uganda through the National Planning Authority developed Uganda’s vision 2040 which is cascaded into six, five year National Development Plans. Government recognizes that Strategic planning forms a foundation for good leadership and management in an organization. This Strategic Plan therefore sets out a common Vision, Mission and strategic direction for the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development.

BUDGET SPEECH Financial Year 2017/18 With The THEME: INDUSTRIALIZATION FOR JOB CREATION AND SHARED PROSPERITY
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DETAILED ALLOCATION OF QUATER (Q3) FY 2017/2018 EXPENDITURE LIMITS FOR WAGE,PANSION,GRATUITY,OTHER NON WAGE AND DEVELOPMENT GRANTS FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

DETAILED ALLOCATION OF QUATER (Q3) FY 2017/2018 EXPENDITURE LIMITS FOR WAGE,PANSION,GRATUITY,OTHER NON WAGE AND DEVELOPMENT GRANTS FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS  DETAILED ALLOCATION OF QUATER (Q3) FY 2017/2018 EXPENDITURE LIMITS FOR WAGE,PENSION,GRATUITY,OTHER NON WAGE AND DEVELOPMENT GRANTS FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS. 

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MINISTRY OF FINANCE PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Quarter 1 Macroeconomic Report FY2017/18

The Global economy experienced a recovery towards the end of 2017 and is now expected to grow at 3.7 percent in 2017 and continue strengthening to 3.8 in 2018 compared to 3.2 percent in 2016. Significant recovery in the euro area, Japan, emerging Asia, emerging Europe, and Russia more than offset downward revisions for the United States and the United Kingdom. The stronger recovery in economic activity is supported by growth in investment, trade and industrial pro [.........]

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Program for Village (LC I) and Parish (LC II) Elections 2017

On the 24th of August 2017, the Ugandan Electoral Commission released the program for Village (LC I) and Parish (LC II) Elections 2017. Note, polling day for LC1 chairperson is set to 21st of November 2017 and the polling day for LC2 chairper [.........]