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Early Childhood Development in Uganda’s Education Sector

The factsheet presents the current status of Early Childhood Development in Uganda and its significance for the education sector.

Child Poverty and Deprivation in Uganda

The fact-sheet presents the status and rates of multiple deprivations for the four principal regions of Uganda.

This brief highlights that between 2014 and 2015, the West Nile region registered an improvement of 3.6% in the proportion of people with access to handwashing facilities. Such efforts propelled the region from seventh to third place with regards to this indicator nationally.

This brief reveals that in spite of relatively low PHC releases per capita, the Buganda sub-region accounts for an exorbitantly high coverage rate of HIV testing among children born to HIV positive mothers.

This brief provides medium term policy objectives for water and environment sector, budget shares for FY 2016/17, vote function nominal distributions, and allocations for central and local government.

In this brief, the reader will note that spatial analysis of budget allocations and pre-selected education indicators suggests that whilst receiving a primary education releases per capita lower than in eight other sub-regions, Elgon accounts for the highest completion rate nationwide.

Investing in Social Development: BUDGET BRIEF NO. 2016/5

This brief presents an overview of funds allocation to the Social Development sector. It shows how nominal budget shares and budget projections aimed to attain the goals of the NDP2 and Vision 2040.

Investing in Water and Environment: BUDGET BRIEF NO. 2016/4

This brief provides medium term policy objectives for water and environment sector, budget shares for FY 2016/17, vote function nominal distributions, and allocations for central and local government.

This policy brief presents a summary of the central and local government budget allocations to the health sector, with respect to children. It examines the budgets for FY 2015/16 and  FY 2016/17

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