Uganda Economics Association's second Forum on the 2015/16 National Budget

The Uganda Economics Association (UEA) held its second National forum on the recently read 2015/16 National Budget for Uganda. The debate was on the...

Research initiative kicks off to help reduce climate risks and create opportunities for rice farmers

The Economic Policy Research Centre (EPRC) in collaboration with the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) is undertaking research on private sector investment in...

EPRC is hosting Aid Data Interns for the second year

For the second consecutive year, the Economic Policy Research Center (EPRC) in partnership with AidData is hosting interns from American universities who have been...

Dr. Alex Ijjo

Uganda is one of 38 African countries eligible for tariff free and quota free access into the US market for over 6,000 products, under...

Irish Potato and Rice farmers ask for improved seed varieties to boost production

A recently completed field survey on Irish Potato and Rice value chains in western and eastern Uganda, respectively by EPRC researchers has revealed that...

Maria Nagawa, Research Associate EPRC

Malaysia is an upper middle income country with a GDP of $313.2b and a population of nearly 30 million people while Uganda is a...

EPRC takes up new project on AID Management and Fiscal Policy for Inclusive Growth

EPRC has been selected as one of the six institutions to implement the African Center for Economic Transformation (ACET) Project on transformational studies. The...

New Project to Improve Health Policy and Systems Research Launched
 
The EU funded project- Supporting Policy Engagement for Evidence Based Decisions  for universal coverage was launched by the EU Ambassador in Uganda, Mr....

Mr. Odokonyero Tonny, Research Analyst at Economic Policy Research Centre

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

Joseph Mawejje

From the early 1990s when Uganda liberalised foreign exchange market, rates have been determined by demand and supply forces. Whereas on the on the...

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