CSBAG in the News

Tax proposals: Is government closing revenue collection gaps?

The Tax (Amendment) Bill of 2019 outlines a raft of measures through which government hopes to collect more revenue for ...
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Q&A on the CSBAG session at the WB/IMF Spring meetings

Q&A on the CSBAG session at the WB/IMF Spring meetings Read more here ...
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Government unveils plan to grow economy

Government has unveiled a plan it says will rapidly grow the economy and create jobs. Read More here ...
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Financing WASH will increase GDP by 9% -Experts

Financing WASH will increase GDP by 9% -Experts... Read more here ...
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Proper Financing of WASH issues to increase country’s GDP by 9%

Proper Financing of WASH issues to increase country's GDP by 9%.... Read the full story here ...
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Civil Society call for increased water sanitation budgets

Civil Society organizations have urged government to increase budgets for WASH.. Read more here ...
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Fix community access roads to trigger growth of rural economy

Over the recent past years, government has invested highly in the countrys road sector, majorly roads (highways) connecting major towns ...
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Fix community access roads

Most of Ugandas tourism potentials remain underutilised by both domestic and foreign tourists due to among other factors, the poor ...
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CSOs call for increased funding of sanitation programmes

Officials from Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and local leaders have called for increased funding of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) ...
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2018/19 budget proposal

The government is seeking to increase spending by 5% to Shs34.3 trillion in the next financial year that starts in ...
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What CSOs wish for the Agriculture Sector Budget in FY 2019/20

Civil Society Organizations working on agriculture and food related issues in Uganda under the stewardship of Civil Society Budget Advocacy ...
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Cabinet endorses Museveni’s donation budget

Cabinet has resolved that Parliament should continue allocating money to the president's welfare fund. This is the fund that the ...
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