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The Republic of Uganda - Public Expenditure Review : Report on the Progress and Challenges of Budget Reforms

ABSOLUTE POVERTY ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTING AGRICULTURAL SECTOR ALLOCATIVE EFFICIENCY ANALYTICAL WORK APPROPRIATIONS AUDITING AUTHORITY BALANCE OF PAYMENTS BANKING INDUSTRY BORROWING BUDGET ALLOCATIONS BUDGET DEFICIT BUDGET EXECUTION BUDGET MANAGEMENT BUDGET MONITORING BUDGET PERFORMANCE BUDGET PROCESS BUDGET PROPOSALS BUDGET REFORM BUDGET REFORMS BUDGETARY PROCESSES CAPACITY BUILDING CIVIL SOCIETY COMMERCIAL BANKS COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE CONCESSIONAL LOANS CONSULTATIVE MANNER CORRUPTION CREDIT SCHEMES CURRENCY UNIT DEBT DEBT MANAGEMENT DEBT RELIEF DEVELOPMENT GOALS DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS DISTRICTS DONOR RESOURCES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC GROWTH RATES ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE ECONOMIC POLICIES ELECTRICITY ENACTMENT EXCHANGE RATE EXCHANGE RATES EXTERNAL DEBT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL MARKETS FINANCIAL SECTOR FISCAL FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION FISCAL DEFICIT FISCAL DISCIPLINE FISCAL PERFORMANCE FISCAL POLICY FISCAL STANCE FISCAL YEAR FISH FOREIGN EXCHANGE FOREIGN INVESTMENT GOVERNANCE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS GOVERNMENT EFFORTS GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS GOVERNMENT REVENUE GOVERNMENT STRATEGY GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROWTH RATE HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN RESOURCE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IMPORTS INCOME INCOME TAXES INFLATION INFORMAL SECTOR INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INTEREST RATES INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS INTERGOVERNMENTAL SYSTEM LEGISLATURE LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTONOMY LOCAL GOVERNMENTS MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE MACROECONOMIC STABILITY MANAGEMENT CAPACITY MARKET PRICES MINISTRY OF FINANCE MONITORING POLICY CHOICES POLICY RESEARCH POOR COUNTRIES POVERTY ASSESSMENT POVERTY ERADICATION POVERTY ERADICATION ACTION PLAN POVERTY ISSUES POVERTY LEVELS POVERTY MONITORING POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PRIORITY AREAS PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATIZATION PRODUCERS PRUDENTIAL REGULATIONS PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC DEBT PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC SPENDING REAL TERMS REPRESENTATIVES RESOURCE CONSTRAINTS REVENUE COLLECTION REVENUE GRANTS REVENUE GROWTH REVENUE PERFORMANCE RURAL AREAS SECTOR WORKING SERVICE DELIVERY TASK TEAM LEADER TAX TAX ADMINISTRATION TAX REVENUE TAX REVENUES TEAM MEMBERS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TIME FRAME TRANSPARENCY TREASURY WAGES PUBLIC EXPENDITURES BUDGET REFORM FISCAL SUSTAINABILITY MACROECONOMIC ANALYSIS BUDGET PROCESS BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION BUDGET MONITORING ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION DECENTRALIZATION HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT MONITORING OF STATE FINANCES INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY CAPACITY BUILDING LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTONOMY GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTING INTERGOVERNMENTAL FISCAL RELATIONS INTERGOVERNMENTAL TRANSFER OF FUNDS INTERGOVERNMENTAL TAX RELATIONS POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGIES HEALTH EXPENDITURES EDUCATIONAL FINANCING HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY IMMUNIZATION ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH EQUITY IN EDUCATION ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES ACCESS TO WATER SANITATION SERVICES NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
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Washington, DC
Africa | Uganda
2013-08-23T22:13:24Z | 2013-08-23T22:13:24Z | 2002-09-23

This PER emphasizes the importance of the government and its development partners developing a systematic program and a sequenced approach to address identified concerns to allow Uganda to achieve macrostability, fiscal sustainability, and poverty reduction. The report is organized in seven chapters. Chapter 1 discusses the macro challenges Uganda faces and how these are linked to fiscal considerations. Macrostability has largely been achieved with satisfactory growth rates higher than in the previous year. But the unprecedented terms of trade shock has resulted in the decline of total receipts from exports. The reduction of foreign exchange revenues in combination with lower revenue collections has led to fiscal constraints. Chapter 2 notes the need to ensure stakeholder contribution to the budget process and to improve quality of budget planning, choices, and predictability. Chapter 3 analyzes the health, education, and water and sanitation sectors and describes the great progress made in aloocative efficiency --although these sectors are experiencing major challenges in achieving operational efficiency. Chapter 4 discusses how the government has "commitment control systems (CCSs)" to address the problem of arrears. Chapter 5 identifies how Uganda uses tracking systems to identify problems in flow of funds. Chapter 6 discusses the growing challenges for budget preparation, execution, and monitoring at the local government level. Chapter 7 draws conclusions.

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