The Institutional Framework for the implementation of the Uganda National Disaster Preparedness and Management Policy is a
multi-sectoral and multidisciplinary process. The process involves all government ministries in collaboration with humanitarian and
development partners, the private sector, local governments and the community. The Ministry responsible for Disaster Preparedness and
Refugees in the Office of the Prime Minister is the lead agency in co-coordinating all stakeholders on disaster preparedness and management
in the country. Disaster preparedness and management is a shared responsibility between the state and all citizens.
Disaster loss and damage is on the rise in Uganda with grave consequences for the survival, dignity and livelihood of our citizens, particularly
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