What is the project about?
The UNDP Institutional Effectiveness (IE) programme aims at enhancing government effectiveness through institutional development, transparency and accountability in order to deliver on commitments to anti-corruption conventions. Through Advocacy and capacity development support, the program aims to facilitate the establishment of independent high-level national research and evaluation functions to foster transformative development approaches. UNDP through Leadership development is supporting accountability and public sector management institutions to strengthen negotiation, standardization, integrity, oversight, transparency, and accountability particularly in the extractives and infrastructure sectors.
The project’s main objective is to support Uganda’s transformation through Institutional development, transparency and accountability.
Project achievements so far
- Supported the localisation of SDGs - SDG Reporting and coordination Framework has been established with Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) being the lead agency assisted by National Planning Authority (NPA), Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) and Ministry of Finance Planning and Economic Development.
- Completed the review of the report on Uganda readiness to implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable development
- Clean construction pilot has been rolled for Kampala Capital City Authority
The project is funded to a tune of USD 8,000,000 from UNDP resources with an additional USD 50,000 is provided by the UNDP Seoul Policy Centre. Government provides an in-kind contribution which includes technical staff to support the project.