To improve the effectiveness of Government of Uganda on roadsImprove the efficiency of Government of Uganda expenditure on roads.
To improve government assessment and evaluation of public service delivery by funding key surveys, evaluations and capacity building activities so more evidence is available and used by policy makers and the public
Project facilitation costs covering planning, implementation and resources as part of ODA projects in Uganda
To improve access to Financial Services such as credit, savings accounts and insurance for 1 million people in Uganda. This will contribute to MDG1 by enabling poor people to increase their incomes by investing in their businesses and to save or take insurance to protect themselves in the face of emergencies. The programme will work directly with banks, mobile operators and other financial institutions as well as with the Government to improve regulation
To improve the environment for private investment in Uganda’s renewable energy sector by accelerating the market for off grid solar energy and supporting the construction of at least 15 on-grid small scale power plants. This will increase Uganda’s energy production by approximately 20%, improve access to clean and modern energy for over 200,000 households and businesses or 1.2m people; mobilise up to £240 million in private finance and stabilise Uganda’s power sector finances by saving approximately $260m to 2.7bn during the period 2013-35, and lead to greenhouse gas emission savings of between 1 and 10 MtCO2e.
UK Aid Match allows the UK public to have a say in how an element of the aid budget is spent. DFID will match fund, pound for pound, public donations to appeals made by selected not-for-profit organisations, enabling them to increase their poverty reduction and development work in DFID priority countries.
A debt investment by CDC to DFCU Limited to allow DFCU to increase its lending capability and strengthen its capital base. DFCU is a commercial bank with a focus on retail customers and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). DFCU was founded by CDC and the Ugandan government in 1964.
To support increased accountability in Uganda and addresses corruption by supporting central government accountability institutions to improve coordination across the anti-corruption and accountability sector in identifying, investigating and prosecuting the corrupt, ensuring they are administratively and criminally sanctioned and their assets confiscated and to also increase citizen participation in local governance and accountability of 35 local governments for effective service delivery.
To increase the resilience to climate change of poor farmers in Northern Uganda, and to increase their incomes. This will be achieved by working with agricultural businesses to supply farmers with cheaper, better and more varied agricultural inputs and services, and to create stronger markets for farmer produce. This will benefit 250,000 households in Northern Uganda, who will adopt new practices, products and markets that will make them more resilient to climate change, while 150,000 households will see measurable increases to income. This will contribute to the MDGs (and their successor targets) by reducing poverty in Uganda.
to improve road access to socio-economic facilities and quality of transport service levels in western Uganda