CSBAG in News

Officials from Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and local leaders have called for increased funding of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) Read More…

Civil Society Organizations working on agriculture and food related issues in Uganda under the stewardship of Civil Society Budget Advocacy Read More…

Cabinet has resolved that Parliament should continue allocating money to the president’s welfare fund. This is the fund that the Read More…

Cabinet has resolved that Parliament should continue allocating money to the president’s welfare fund. This is the fund that the Read More…

We as Civil Society Organisations (CSOs ) appreciate the Government of Uganda through the respective organs such as Parliament of Read More…

The health facility in Kibuku district is grappling with poor hygiene to the extent that placentas are dumped in open Read More…

22 January, 2019  Filed Under: CSBAG in News

Will Uganda Ever Get Out Of Debt?

The government is once again on the spot over Uganda’s public debt question. Several policy experts and public debts analysts Read More…

Uganda’s poor are set to bear the burden of rising public debt in 2019 and beyond, as the proportion of Read More…

We commend government for this policy of merging, however, the 2019/20 budget framework paper does not capture any progress so Read More…

Government yesterday assured Ugandans that the Shs41.3 trillion debt is sustainable because the money being borrowed is invested in projects Read More…

Civil Society Organizations (CSO) under the Umbrella Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group have expressed fears that impact of the highly Read More…

Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) led by Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG) have expressed concern over lack of a clear Read More…

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