To ensure open access and visibility of African research, the Economic Policy Research Centre has made its in-depth resources available online.
Welcome to the Uganda Children’s portal, an initiative of the Economic Policy Research Centre (EPRC) and UNICEF Uganda. The portal represents a one stop shop with everything you wish to know on the situation of children in Uganda.
Herein, you will find data, research materials, publications, policy briefs and reports. You will also find a kids’ corner, news and press releases, as well as an opportunity to read and receive our monthly newsletter, share ideas, and draw on success stories to replicate and/or scale up relevant interventions.
Search our online public catalogue of books, journals and digital articles on issues around economic policy in Uganda. You can search by author, title, subject, ISBN, series or call number.
Note: You will need to register as a user to be able to access the catalogue. Make enquiries at the Circulation Desk next time you visit the EPRC Library.
The UDIC is a project of the EPRC and Makerere University, in partnership with the World Bank.
Resources available via the UDIC are:
- Project and Operational Documents
- Data and Statistics Publications
- Books on a range of development topics
- Audio-Visual Materials, available in CD-ROM and DVD formats
- Ugandan Government Publications, including census reports, development plans and economic reviews.
- Development Agencies Reports
Access to the UDIC is free and open to all members of the public.
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