Published June 2001
by World Bank Publications .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||109|
Get this from a library! Private Solutions for Infrastructure: Opportunities for Uganda.. [Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility.; World Bank.;] -- Annotation Provides an evaluation of both infrastructure reform policy and achievements in Uganda covering sectors such as electricity, water and sanitation, telecommunications, railways and ports. Downloadable! This Country Framework Report for Uganda, is part of a series focused on achieving poverty eradication, rural development, and economic growth through sustained infrastructure programs. Introducing private investment to the infrastructure sectors, lies at the heart of the Government's strategy to achieve combined sector restructuring, and liberalization. INFRA AFRICA SOLUTIONS (IAS) is an Advisory company established to provide infrastructure solutions for Africa. New estimated from the African Development Bank, suggest that the continents infrastructure needs amount to USD to USD 70 Million per year with a . With member countries, staff from more than countries, and offices in over locations, the World Bank Group is a unique global partnership: five institutions working for sustainable solutions that reduce poverty and build shared prosperity in developing countries.
Global Investment Partners, LLC (GIP) is a New York based financial services and business consultancy firm that is focused on nurturing and developing investment opportunities and increasing capital flows into Africa. As a fairly untapped market, Africa presents an opportunity for . Uganda’s economic growth has slowed since as government spending and public debt has grown. Uganda’s budget is dominated by energy and road infrastructure spending, while Uganda relies on donor support for long-term drivers of growth, including agriculture, health, and education. UGANDA’S READINESS FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AGENDA National Planning Authority Planning House, Clement Hill Road Plot 17B P.O. Box Kampala - Uganda Tel: + Fax: + 1st July THEME: ENSURING THAT NO ONE IS LEFT BEHIND REVIEW REPORT ON UGANDA’S READINESS FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AGENDAFile Size: 2MB. In the EAC, Uganda’s quality of port infrastructure remained high in the period , but continued to decline past to be at par with the low-income country average in
The World Bank provides low-interest loans, zero to low-interest credits, and grants to developing countries. These support a wide array of investments in such areas as education, health, public administration, infrastructure, financial and private sector development, agriculture, and environmental and natural resource management. Complementary contributions from the private sector—both for-profit and nonprofit—are one part of the solution. The private sector already contributes significantly to education in sub-Saharan Africa, educating an estimated 21 percent of pupils, with this figure set to rise to 25 percent by Uganda’s economic outlook for is a lot more positive thanks to a recovery in private sector credit, favorable weather conditions, increase in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and the continued robust government investment in infrastructure. According to Bank of . N., Muyambi, E., () Key issues in Uganda’s energy sector, Pro-Biodiversity Conservationists in Uganda (PROBICOU) / International Institute for Environment and Development. London. Designed by SteersMcGillanEves Printed on FSC ® certified paper by Emtone, Bath Edited by Nina BehrmanFile Size: 1MB.