In our October Budget Trends Magazine, we look at 5 key things that our Government should do to address effects of COVID 19, revamp the economy and improve livelihoods..
Welcome to the month of October, The NDPIII will build on the achievements gained by the two previous NDPs in the last decade which include; a) Increased size of the economy from UGX. 64 trillion....
Summary on July economic performance Uganda’s economic performance for July 2020 showed an improvement as the realized economic performance surpassed the proposed target.
In our Budget Trends Magazine, we interrogate how the poor and underfunded healthcare systems could negate Ugandas fight against COVID-19.Finally, dont miss economic highlights for July 2020.
From drought to floods, landslides, locust invasions, epidemics and now the COVID-19 pandemic, Uganda has witnessed different kinds of disasters over the years. In our June 2020 Budget Trends Magazine, we examine Local Governments and their ability to handle these disasters.
Welcome to the month of June, COVID- 19 has had a devastating effect on economies around the world among which is Uganda. The gross domestic product growth potentials have largely been affected and is projected to contract from 6.5% in FY 2019/20 to 3.3% in FY 2020/21.
The budget for FY 2020/21 increased from UGX41 Trillion in FY2019/20 to UGX 45.5 Trillion and we are cognizant of the fact that the FY 2020/21 shall be implemented at the time when Uganda is grappling COVID- 19 pandemic.
In our Monthly Budget Trends Magazine, we bring you the effects of COVID 19 to Ugandas economy. We also bring you alternative measures that should be used by the Government to safeguard our economy from shocks caused by COVID 19.
In our Monthly Budget Trends Magazine, we bring you the expert analysis of Uganda's debt and its sustainability in terms management and finally don't miss our economic highlights.
In our Monthly Budget Trends Magazine, we bring you the 2019 economic performance, 2020 economic predictions as well as FY 2020/21 key facts on National Budget Framework and lastly do not miss our key Budget figures.