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A group of civil society organisations under their umbrella body – Civil Society Advocacy Budget Group (CSBAG) is calling on Read More…

Some sectors don’t have work plans, and certificates of gender equality as required by the Public Finance Management Act, there Read More…

Following the reading of the FY 2017/18 Budget, CSBAG has organised the CSO FY 2017/18 Budget Digest to among others, Read More…

Last week the Minister of Finance, Matia Kasaija read the National Budget Speech 2017/18. In this week’s Edition, we share Read More…

Mr Kasaijja said in the Budget government is aiming at ensuring efficient and effective provision of critical agricultural public goods, Read More…

Govt will not re-introduce direct taxes, says Finance minister. Read more here http://www.monitor.co.ug/Business/Govt-will-not-re-introduce-direct-taxes–says-Finance-minister/688322-3955730-ramcfy/index.html

This week, as we close in on the FY 2017/18 Budget, we take time to focus on some of the Read More…

SH29 TRILLION: What are the key issues in the proposed Uganda budget?

CSBAG shares with you updates from Parliament, where the House has passed the Sh 29 Trillion Budget. With this move, Read More…

Civil society organizations (CSOs) have asked government to carry out a cost-benefit analysis to determine whether the country was benefiting Read More…

On that day, Julius Mukunda, the Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG) coordinator noted that government has become more transparent through Read More…

As you are aware today is the deadline for passing the Budget for the FY2017/18 as per the Public Finance Read More…

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