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We commend government for this policy of merging, however, the 2019/20 budget framework paper does not capture any progress so Read More…

Government yesterday assured Ugandans that the Shs41.3 trillion debt is sustainable because the money being borrowed is invested in projects Read More…

Civil Society Organizations (CSO) under the Umbrella Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group have expressed fears that impact of the highly Read More…

Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) led by Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG) have expressed concern over lack of a clear Read More…

The Civil Society Budget Advocate Group (CSBAG) on Sunday cautioned government for allocating huge funds towards foreign debt servicing, according Read More…

Despite expansionary budgeting, rapid accumulation of public debt is undermining Ugandas progress on key social commitments, the public resource watchdog Read More…

With the target of achieving the lower middle income status by 2020,CSOs have disclosed that Ugandas economy should have been Read More…

The Civil Society Budget Advocacy groups have said 34 percent of the 2019/2020 national budget will be spent on paying Read More…

Civil Society Organizations (CSO) under the Umbrella Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group have expressed fears that impact of the highly Read More…

civil society has raised a flag warning government over of a risk to lose its key assets to foreigners due Read More…

Although government had made it clear that Uganda would become a lower middle income status by 2020, this seems a Read More…

Uganda plans to increase the minimum age for elderly people to join the countrys welfare benefits scheme by 15 years Read More…

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