“The World Bank Group promotes inclusive growth in urban areas, private sector competitiveness and investments in planning and infrastructure. With other partners, it supports the Government of Uganda to improve health and education, economic governance, and fiscal management,” Malmberg added.Read More
“Uganda has lost eight flower companies to Ethiopia due to the down fall of the economy and also their rise of commodities,” Musoke said.Read More
“IFAD has been a reliable partner to Uganda and its model has enabled economic transformation of rural farmers,” Ssempijja said.Read More
“Continued interventions in social service areas can stimulate productivity and investments in Uganda’s slow economy where growth rate has been down graded by the International Monetary Fund to 3.5%,” Malmberg said.Read More
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