Researchers in higher institutions of learning in Uganda are demanding for an extra-ordinary pay rise to about $17,000, almost doubling what the best paying...

Uganda is at the verge of losing the East African seed market unless government implements a very stringent legal framework to stop sale of...

Uganda's milk production has reached 1.9 billion litres, rising prospects for more large scale investments in the dairy industry.

The country's Minister for Agriculture,...

The Ugandan government has setup a committee to begin reviewing agriculture extension services to reach farmers better after identifying various contradictions in the National Agricultural...

A close analysis of the agriculture sector in Uganda indicates declining exports despite the East African country having the greatest potential and comparative advantage...

Uganda has run out of improved seed. About 80 per cent cannot access improved seed in the country because of limited technology, government has...

The Economic Policy Research Centre has asked government to begin licensing only credible suppliers of agriculture inputs.

A senior researcher at the think tank...

For the last eight years Uganda has not attracted any investors in the flowers industry, a sign that the sector is not doing well...

A lively debate on the future of Uganda's agriculture sector has kicked off in Uganda with a larger section of the stakeholders at the...

EPRC’s Principal Research Fellow Lawrence Bategeka

Earlier this month, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni signed into law the “Petroleum (Exploration, Development and Production) Act 2013.” This bill establishes how Uganda will...

Maria Kiwanuka Minister of Finance

The Uganda Government attaches great importance to the optimal management of oil resources right from exploration, through production and investment of the proceeds, said Maria Kiwanuka, the Minister of Finance.

Oil & Gas conference held 23-24 January 2013, Serena -Kampala hotel

The Norwegian ambassador to Uganda has said countries in the East Africa region need to safeguard the oil revenues from financial mismanagement if they are to gain from the nascent industry.

Stakeholders in the oil sector attending a regional oil and gas management conference in Kampala, Uganda, have emphasized transparency in revenue management from oil and gas resources.

Participants at the oil and gas forum in Kampala have called upon governments in the East African region to combine efforts in the management of the newly found oil reserves.

Dr Sarah Ssewanyana is the Executive Director of the Economic Policy Research Centre based in Kampala which organized an oil and gas management forum from 23rd to 24th January 2013. The forum, with a theme management for inclusive and sustainable development of the oil sector, brought together experts in the industry.

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