On Thursday 30th of July 2015, EPRC will launch a new brand and logo aimed at enhancing its relevance, effectiveness and visibility in providing...
A significant number of Ugandan medics do not give accurate diagnosis, according to a study conducted by the Economic Policy Research Centre (EPRC) and the World Bank. A significant number of Ugandan medics do not give accurate diagnosis, according to a study conducted by the Economic Policy Research Centre (EPRC) and the World Bank.
The Economic Policy Research Centre in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture are convening a final national consultation workshop to review the Draft Fertilizer Strategy for Uganda on November 14th , 2013 at Imperial Royale Hotel.
What are the implications of putting VAT on agricultural inputs? Will Uganda's smallholder farmers be able to withstand this shock? Or, are we courting a food crisis?
Article highlights the economic progress and challenges experienced since Uganda attained Independence in 1962 and presents future prospects as perceived by EPRC.
The Government of Uganda initiated the Universal Secondary Education (USE) programme to address the low transition rate from primary to secondary schools and gender inequalities in secondary school enrollment. Large amounts of resources have been devoted to this programme but, overall secondary school enrollments have remained very low, especially those of girls.
The Economic Policy Research Centre (EPRC)'s Senior Research Fellow Dr Ibrahim Kasirye has been named Best Emerging Education Researcher 2011/2012 by the African Development Bank based African Development Institute.
Professor Mwangi Kimenyi, a senior Fellow and director at the Africa Growth Initiative (AGI), Brookings Institution, based in Washington D.C, was in Kampala 23rd...
Even with claims that Uganda is the best fed country in the region, a new research finding now claims that over two-third of Uganda's population is in the horizon of food insecurity because of a high population growth rate.