Uganda

Progress on pro-poor budgeting in Uganda – highlights from a roundtable meeting in Kampala

Resources

We recently published the briefing Pro-poor orientation of budgets: The case of Uganda following Uganda’s 2016/17 annual budget, which was presented to Parliament in June 2016. Our analysis explains how far Uganda’s budget is pro-poor, focusing on four components: Alignment with the national poverty strategies, examining how far budget allocations are consistent with the country’s […]


Uganda’s data ecosystem

Data use

  National, continental and global development agendas are all calling for data to play a catalytic role in both the meeting and monitoring of ambitious goals. This study assesses the readiness of the Ugandan national statistical system – an ecosystem that includes both official and non-governmental producers and users of data – to meet these […]


Humanitarian evidence systems mapping: dissemination event

Humanitarian

Date: 9 February 2016 Time: 08:30–11:00 EAT Location: International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies office, Woodlands Road, Nairobi Development Initiatives (DI) will hold a dissemination workshop to discuss the findings of a recent political economy study mapping study humanitarian evidence systems. The study aimed to identify the key stakeholders commissioning, conducting and brokering humanitarian research […]


Humanitarian evidence systems mapping in East Africa

Humanitarian

Applying a number of tools – interviews, literature review, and financial analysis – the study aimed to identify the key stakeholders commissioning, conducting and brokering humanitarian research activities and understand how decision-makers interpret and use evidence. We define evidence to include research and evaluation. View our presentation below for an overview of the study including key findings. (Click […]


Domestic response in Uganda

Humanitarian

This study looks at domestic humanitarian response in Uganda. Who in Uganda helps their fellow countrymen at a time of crisis, how do they assist and what is the impact of this response. This is one of two case studies we conducted, the other being domestic humanitarian response in Bangladesh.