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The African Development Bank, Africa’s biggest lending institution, recently elected a new leader: Akinwumi Adesina. The former Minister of Agriculture in Nigeria, Adesina...

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 In 1944, delegates from 44 countries met at Bretton Woods in the United States to discuss the future of the world economy after...

It is generally believed that policy can make a difference in the growth and welfare of a society. For example ideological and policy differences...

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On 25th June, 2015, the Economic Policy Research Centre conducted the fourth annual forum on agriculture and food security, focusing on intensifying smallholder crop production...

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In 2003, Goldman Sachs projected that BRICS’ economic expansion was on track to overtake the G7 by 2040. Between 2002 and 2012, South Africa’s...

At a mere 1kg of nutrient per hectare per year, Uganda has the lowest fertilizer use in the world. As if that was not...

Ugandan youth experience a very long transition from school to stable employment according to aSchool-to-Work Transition Survey (SWTS) conducted by the International Labour Organization (ILO)....

The overwhelming proliferation of lottery, casinos and sports betting in Uganda has seen the gambling industry develop in terms of penetration and revenue generation....

Many Ugandans were previously complaining about how hot it was, rains had delayed to come, water was scarce, swamps had dried up and food...

I write to respond to the article titled " Elections require a lot of funding, says Museveni" which appeared in the Daily Monitor of...

One of the biggest challenges faced in the health sector is the difficulty experienced in managing Human Resources for Health (HRH), amidst undersupply of...

The Uganda shilling has steadily lost value against the dollar over the last year. By the second week of March 2015 the dollar equivalent...

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Trade liberalization is widely regarded to be a key factor in economic development.  Its proponents argue that openness to market forces will increase the efficiency...

Uganda might be looking at good news in 2015: The country’s gross domestic product (GDP) is projected to grow at 6.2 percent. Ugandans might...

After the Minister of Finance read the national budget on June 12th 2014, there has been a raging debate on how to finance Uganda’s...

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