Democratic Governance

The vision of Uganda’s current NDP (2010/11-2014/15) is to transform Uganda to a middle-income economy through promoting growth, employment and socioeconomic transformation for prosperity. UNDP's programme in Uganda aims to support the Government to put in place policies and institutions that are participatory and inclusive of both women and men, improve rule of law, and deliver high-quality services.

Our Goals

We aim to strengthen national capacities in civic engagement, electoral processes, access to justice and rule of law, accountability, service delivery, HIV/Aids, gender and post conflict management.more

Bringing Parliament Closer to the People

With support from UNDP, the Parliament of Uganda has held several regional outreach forums aimed at bringing Parliament closer to the people to ensure improved service delivery, and greater monitoring and accountability of public resources.

Our Stories

  • A UNDP oversight project is enabling schools to properly utilise funds for Universal Primary Education (UPE) and reduce absentism of teachers.

    Strengthening monitoring of Universal Primary Education (UPE) funds

    Despite walking a distance of 10 kilometers every day, sometimes without a proper meal, the teachers at Nakalama Primary school are always at their desks atmore

Projects and Initiatives

Capacity Building for Strengthening Diaspora Resource Mobilisation and Utilisation

That diaspora remittances topped $879.4m in the financial year 2011/2012, higher than coffee at $466.6m, shows just how much a huge contribution they make to Uganda’s economy. Despite this, the government has not put in place any mechanism to capture these contributions and provide support for Ugandans in the diaspora to encourage them to invest back home. more

View all projects