In recent years, government and CSOs’ interest in aid and development budget effectiveness research and advocacy has grown as stakeholders realise that the processes through which both foreign and domestic financial resources are mobilized, managed and utilized are key indicators of government’s policy commitment at international, regional and local levels. In Uganda, access to basic social services, employment and growth are the pillars of the National Development Plan (NDP) which provides the framework not only for sectoral plans, but also for aid instruments. It is from the existing priorities as identified in the NDP and the subsequent district Development Plans (DDP) that international partners commit and provide resources to support government efforts in poverty reduction.

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