CSBAG in News

April 10, 2018  Filed Under: CSBAG in News

Uganda’s Budget Reading For June 7

The national budget for the 2018/2019 financial year will be read on June 7, instead of June 15, the director Read More…

The National Planning Authority (NPA) chairman, Dr Wilberforce Kisamba Mugerwa, has said Uganda will not achieve the coveted middle income Read More…

April 7, 2018  Filed Under: CSBAG in News

Uganda Needs 94 Years To Clear Debt

Huge borrowing. The Entebbe Expressway which is under construction. Funding of the project is estimated to cost about Shs1.7 trillion Read More…

Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG), a coalition for the CSOs, demanded the government under the Ministry of Finance, Planning Read More…

Government is working on a strategy to curtail accumulation of domestic arrears, according to Kenneth Mugambe, the director for budget Read More…

Faced with an increasingly critical citizenry, the government has slapped new taxes on social media platforms such as WhatsApp, Facebook, Read More…

Vice President of Uganda Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi on Monday officially opened the first-ever Uganda Water and Environment Week in Entebbe Read More…

The Office of the Auditor General (OAG) has lashed out at the Government for not implementing recommendations in it reports. Read More…

March 19, 2018  Filed Under: CSBAG in News

Army Denies Misuse Of Seedlings Funds

The budget advocacy group said over the years, government had invested huge amounts of money in the tea sector, but Read More…

A group of civil society organizations under their umbrella group, Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG) are concerned about governments Read More…

March 16, 2018  Filed Under: CSBAG in News

Hoima Dirtiest Town In Uganda

Director of Value for Money at Office of the Auditor General (OAG), Mr Stephen Kateregga, has revealed that Hoima Municipality Read More…

The Members of the Civil Society Movement are also unhappy with the ministrys plans and methods and are set to Read More…

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