The Paris Declaration at work in Uganda

 

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Aid over time in Uganda


Aid has played a significant role in Uganda for decades, and Uganda actually piloted the Paris principles long before they were formally adopted as the Paris Declaration.


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Uganda – a pioneer of budget support


Years before the Paris Declaration came into being Uganda became one of the first developing countries to receive budget support, and Uganda still loves budget support – even after donors decided to cut 10 per cent of their budget support in 2010 when Uganda failed to fully live up to the terms.

 

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A Paris Declaration best case


Applying the Paris principles in the justice, law and order sector has not only improved donor cooperation, but also internal cooperation among justice, law and order sector institutions in Uganda.

 

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Health - from model sector to stagnation


The health sector in Uganda successfully pioneered new cooperation models a decade ago. But recently progress has stalled.

 

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Health reality on the ground


Despite improved cooperation between donors and the Ugandan government in the health sector, patients and staff at Luwero health centre are yet to see major improvements in health service deliveries.

 

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The Evil of Corruption


In spite of numerous institutions set up to fight corruption, corruption still thrives in Uganda and hampers efforts to promote growth and development – as in many other countries.

 

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Grassroots fighting back against corruption

Civil society organisations train local corruption monitors to fight the petty and grand corruption that undermines service delivery in Uganda. And it works.

 

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