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Food Rights Alliance
Food Rights Alliance is a coalition constituted in 1999 to bring together Civil Society Organizations working in the field of sustainable agriculture
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DGFUganda 16h
's Agnes Kirabo says the markets for Uganda's produce has slimmed, with the neighbouring countries chasing our goods off their markets. She says the Government should help to salvage these markets if the economy is to grow.
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Ka Malaika πŸ’‹πŸ’˜πŸ’•πŸ‘… 16h
Our government needs to work on creating market for Uganda's agricultural products especially joining free trade zones and embracing regional integration. I don't know what our government is doing about Kenya "chasing" our milk off their market!
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Immunised mukiga 16h
Mwesigwa Katabarwa, Sheema District Planner says it's high time government started planning for physical planning.
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CSBAG (csbag.org) 16h
Rogers from Rubanda pleads for reopening of the Uganda πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¬ Rwanda πŸ‡·πŸ‡Ό Baader which is affecting economic activities for the potato farmers from the Kigezi Region
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CSBAG (csbag.org) 16h
Planner Sheema questions the financing to Local Governments and how they are supposed to provide services that’s can translate into improved household incomes.
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Food Rights Alliance 16h
Agnes Kirabo: We need to stop referring to agriculture as our backbone because no one treats their backbone the way we treat agriculture
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Food Rights Alliance 17h
Agnes Kisembo, UNWomen
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Food Rights Alliance 17h
Agnes Kirabo: We will miss the country target of industrialization because we have failed to change our planning and budgeting pathways
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Mc Tumu 19h
Join us for the second session that is happening from 2PM to 4PM to Discuss the Opportunities for Improving Household Income and Gender Equalities with the keynote speakers Agnes Kirabo, Agnes Kisembo and Alex Ssebagala
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DGFUganda 19h
Dr Asuman Golooba from says Government is working hard to ensure that more is achieved in NDPIII. He says all that went unaccomplished in the past national plan has been included in the new NDP that shall be implemented September 2020-2021, and shall be all inclusive.
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DGFUganda 19h
The Pre-budget dialogue session happening now at NWSC conference centre has been organised by with support from
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DGFUganda 20h
Hon. Mukitale Stephen here at the pre budget dialogue , has requested that there is need for intentional investment by Government in projects that promote inclusive development, projects that benefit all Ugandans and this should be the focus in NDP III.
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CSBAG (csbag.org) 21h
" We get so little but the outflow in corruption,IFFs and tax exemptions is so much, if our national budget is the bucket, the top would be small and the bottom be huge. We need to see how do we unplug the outflows," says Country Director Jane Nalunga
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CSBAG (csbag.org) 22h
"If we don't take politics out of planning, then we are having serious issues, take an example of the plan to procure 1 million hoes when the budget talks about industrialisation," says
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TaxJusticeAllianceUG 22h
Qn.The govt has invested heavily in infrastructure. Has it bared the expected fruits to the country?? says that the country is still faced by limited resources. There is a need to invest more in productive infrastructure
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SEATINI UGANDA 22h
Join the Conversation FY 2020/21 CSO Pre-Budget Dialogue with the first session focusing on FY 2020/21 Strategies for Public Investment, Inclusive Growth and their sustainability.
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CSBAG (csbag.org) 21h
Utilization of the oil fund, rationalization of governments agencies and administrative units, high unit cost of roads ,domestic borrowing are some of the discussions from the audience
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CSBAG (csbag.org) 21h
The last four budgets have been talking about industrialisation, are we providing what we promised to citizens, of course the answer is no. Can we use the transition to NDPIII as audit on what we have been able to achieve? asks Hon. Stephen Mukitale
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CSBAG (csbag.org) 22h
questioning the portion of funds in productive sectors like agriculture and trade
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Wilson Manishimwe 21h
"Lack of integrated planning is leading to multiple land acquisitions hence making it expensive. Then on cost of administration, forget about issues of mergers in this campaign year because some people there are powerful and determine election patterns," says Mukitale
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