CSBAG in News

Civil society Organizations critical on accountability and corruption issues, have criticized Parliament over plans to purchase a helicopter for Speaker Read More…

Recently, the education ministry published the budget framework paper in preparation for discussions on the 2017/18 national budget. SAMUEL KAMUGISHA Read More…

Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have called on Government to strengthen agricultural extension workers country wide if Operation Wealth Creation (OWC) Read More…

As Parliament peruses the proposed 2017/18 Budget, activists in civil society have expressed concern over government’s failure to implement national Read More…

Uganda’s domestic borrowing is expected to rise in the next financial year as government increases spending on road infrastructure in Read More…

As the dry spell hits the county hard, activists under their umbrella body Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG), have Read More…

Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG) last year while meeting media houses editors called for an establishment of a salary Read More…

he state is likely to fall back to domestic debt markets to finance the 2017/18 budget warns the Civil Society Read More…

Foreigners in petty-trade: We are getting penny-wise but pound-foolish.

The newly-appointed Electoral Commission chairman, Justice Simon Byabakama Mugenyi, has complained bitterly about the poor remuneration attached to his new Read More…

A section of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) has asked the government to speed the re-launch of a cooperative bank in Read More…

A section of Bushenyi district residents have asked President Yoweri Museveni to maintain his position of not assenting to the Read More…

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