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Development co-operation policy:

Uganda's Partnership Policy (2013) and Uganda Partnership Policy

  • Objectives
    1. Improve the effectiveness of development cooperation through greater government ownership and leadership
    2. Strengthen economic management by increasing flows of development assistance through the budget, and coordinating off-budget flows
    3. Increase transparency and accountability between the Government and DPs and between the Government and its citizens in the management of development cooperation
    4. Accelerate progress towards policy coherence in Uganda's relationship with its development partners
  • Principles
    1. Alignment with National Development Plan
    2. Managing for results
    3. Accountability
    4. Value for money
    5. Transparency and predictability
    6. Reducing transaction costs
    7. Inclusivity
    8. Coordination


Aid Information Management System (AIMS): 

Development Gateway: Aid Management Program Uganda


Development co-operation reports: 



Development cooperation mechanisms: 

MechanismLevel and ActorsObjectives and Related Policies
Policy Coordination Committee (PCC)

National level

  • Governments (cabinet sub-committee)
  • Development partners, national stakeholders
The cabinet sub-committee is responsible for policy coordination and will review and monitor progress on the implementation of this Policy. The PCC will hold two joint sessions with DPs and national stakeholders every year (June and December) at one of which a formal annual review of the PP will be presented.
Implementation Coordination Steering Committee (ICSC)

National level

  • Governments (permanent secretaries)
  • Development partners
This committee consisting of Permanent Secretaries will oversee policy harmonisation and sector performance monitoring. The Committee is charged with finding ways to align development cooperation to the Government priorities and will hold four joint sessions with DPs.
Sector Working Groups (SWGs)

National level

  • Governments 
  • Development partners, national stakeholders
SWGs will form the basis for sector coordination and will be used to bring DPs around agreed sector objectives and policies. they will be responsible for integrating and reporting on assistance within sector strategies, and will be attended by the Government, DPs and national stakeholders as appropriate.
PP Task Force

National level

  • Governments
  • Development partners, major stakeholders
To ensure maximum progress on implementing the policy, the PP Task Force comprising the Government, DPs, and major stakeholders that has contributed to the preparation of this document will have its membership reinforced and mandate refined, to oversee execution of the policy, and report to the TICC. In cooperation with TICC, it will commission and supervise reviews and undertake analyses to support this policy's implementation.