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14 Mar 2011 description

Author NAMANYA Didacus Bambaiha

1. Preamble

This report is produced under the auspices of a Sida funded Advanced International Training Programme (ITP) on Climate Change -Mitigation and Adaptation conducted in Norrkoping, Sweden in November 2008 at the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI). Termed as an individual project; it involved assessment of the impact of climate change on human health in Uganda with specific reference to malaria and cholera outbreaks and how to improve planning for effective preparedness and response in the Health Sector.

29 Oct 2010 description

Sur invitation du Gouvernement de la Republique d'Ouganda, il s'est tenu a Kampala du 27 au 29 Octobre 2010 la premiere reunion de la Commission Tripartite Ouganda-RDC-UNHCR sur le rapatriement volontaire des refugies de la Republique Democratique du Congo vivant en Republique d'Ouganda.

29 Oct 2010 description

At the invitation of the Government of the Republic of Uganda, a Tripartite Commission meeting UGANDA-DRC-UNHCR on voluntary repatriation of DRC refugees living in Uganda was held in Kampala on the 27 to 29 October 2010.

31 Jul 2010 description

Key Trends Since 2000

- Investments in public agricultural research and development (R&D) in Uganda quadrupled during 1995-2008, primarily as a result of increased donor and development bank funding, along with growth in government funding after 2005 to support increased staffing and salary levels at the country's main agricultural research agency, the National Agricultural Research Organisation (NARO).

- After a period of decreasing agricultural research staffing levels in Uganda due to staff losses at NARO in response to low salaries from 1999 and a hiring freeze during …

30 Jun 2010 description

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL INFLATION RATES

The Annual Headline Inflation rate remained relatively stable at 4.4% for the year ending June 2010 compared to 4.3% in May 2010 (table 3). In addition the Annual Core (Underlying) Inflation rate which excludes food crops, fuel, electricity and metered water also stabilized at 4.6% for the year ending June 2010 compared to the same rate of 4.6% recorded in May 2010 (Table 4). The Annual Food Crops Inflation rate for the year ending June 2010 went up to 4.4% from 4.1% recorded in May 2010 (table 4).

31 May 2010 description

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL INFLATION RATES DOWN

The Annual Headline Inflation rate for the year ending May 2010 went down further to 4.4% from 5.9% in April 2010 (table 3). The Annual Core (Underlying) Inflation rate which excludes food crops, fuel, electricity and metered water dropped to 4.6% for the year ending May 2010 compared to 5.5% in April 2010 (Table 4). The Annual Food Crops Inflation rate for the year ending May 2010 also dropped to 5.5% from 10.7% registered in April 2010 (table 4).

26 May 2010 description

The enactment of the Bill further demonstrates the country's commitment to the mission and cause of the International Criminal Court.

30 Apr 2010 description

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL INFLATION RATES DOWN

The Annual Headline Inflation rate for the year ending April 2010 went down further to 5.9% from 7.5% in March 2010 (table 3). The Annual Core (Underlying) Inflation rate which excludes food crops, fuel, electricity and metered water dropped to 5.7% for the year ending April 2010 compared to 6.4% in March 2010 (Table 4). The Annual Food Crops Inflation rate for the year ending April 2010 dropped further to 10.7% from 16.8% registered in March 2010 (table 4).

13 Apr 2010 description

Uganda Government, through Ministry of Health (MoH) with funding from International Development Association (IDA), intends to implement the Uganda Health Systems Strengthening Project which (under the "Health Infrastructure" component) seeks to improve functionality of existing healthcare infrastructure of 46 existing health facilities in various districts. These include 27 health center IVs (HCIV); 17 general hospitals (GHs) and 2 regional referral hospitals (RRH).

13 Apr 2010 description

1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 Context and rationale for development of the HSSP III

The first Health Sector Strategic Plan (HSSP I) for Uganda covered the period 2000/012004/05 and it guided the Government of Uganda's (GoU) health sector investments led by the Ministry of Health (MoH), Health Development Partners (HDPs) and other stakeholders over this period.

31 Mar 2010 description

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL INFLATION RATES DOWN

The Annual Headline Inflation rate for the year ending March 2010 went down to 7.5% from 8.1% (revised) in February 2010 (table 3). The Annual Core (Underlying) Inflation rate which excludes food crops, fuel, electricity and metered water remained relatively stable at 6.5% for the year ending March 2010 compared to 6.4% (revised) in February 2010 (Table 4).

28 Feb 2010 description

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL INFLATION RATES DOWN

The Annual Headline Inflation rate for the year ending January 2010 went down further to 8.8% from 11.0% in December 2009 (table 3). In addition, the Annual Core (Underlying) Inflation rate which excludes food crop , fuel, electricity and metered water from the CPI basket also dropped to 5.4% for the year ending January 2010 from 7.4% that was registered for the year ended December 2009 (Table 4).

31 Jan 2010 description

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL INFLATION RATES DOWN

The Annual Headline Inflation rate for the year ending January 2010 went down further to 8.8% from 11.0% in December 2009 (table 3). In addition, the Annual Core (Underlying) Inflation rate which excludes food crop , fuel, electricity and metered water from the CPI basket also dropped to 5.4% for the year ending January 2010 from 7.4% that was registered for the year ended December 2009 (Table 4).

31 Dec 2009 description

This report examines the role of formal, state-based mechanisms of justice and traditional mechanisms in the context of post-conflict Adjumani.

31 Oct 2009 description

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL INFLATION RATES DOWN

The Annual Headline Inflation rate for the year ending October 2009 went down to 13.3% from 14.6% for September 2009 (table 3). Likewise the Annual Core (Underlying) Inflation rate which excludes food crop , fuel, electricity and metered water from the CPI basket dropped further to 9.1% for the year ending October 2009 from 9.9% for the year ended September 2009 (Table 4).

01 Sep 2009 description

UGANDA BUREAU OF STATISTICS

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL HEADLINE INFLATION RATE UP TO 12.4%

The Annual Headline Inflation rate for the year ending August 2009 went up to 12.4% from 11.6% in July 2009. The main Inflation driver still remained food inflation, which has a 27.2% weight in the basket of goods and services (Table 3). Food inflation increased to 22.3% for the year ending August 2009 from 19.4% for the year ended July 2009 (Table 5).

27 Aug 2009 description

1.1 Review of the rainfall performance from March to mid August 2009

Generally, the rainfall performance from March to mid August 2009 was very poor over several parts of the country. There was late onset, poor distribution and early cession for March-May (MAM) rainfall season. An even distribution of rainfall was experienced towards end of April and early May for western Uganda and mid May for central and Lake Victoria region.

30 Jun 2009 description

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The Statistical Abstract is an annual publication from Uganda Bureau of Statistics. The abstract gives a statistical summary of socio - economic data for Uganda. Some figures in this edition may be different from those in the earlier editions due to regular updates. Note that most of the 2008 data presented in this edition is provisional.

The publication is divided into four major chapters which are preceded by a glossary of definitions and general information on Uganda. It ends with a set of sequentially arranged appendix tables for the readers' information.

21 Jan 2009 description

Highlights of Accomplishments under "Enhancing peace and security through a reduction in Sexual and Gender Based Violence among war-affected communities in the conflict affected districts of Northern Uganda"

Introduction

In the 12 months that the Sexual and Gender-Based (SGBV) Project has been implemented in the districts of Gulu, Kitgum, Pader, and Lira in Northern Uganda, several accomplishments have been achieved and immediate impact on the ground evident.