Strengthening Capacities for Effective Women Economic Empowerment and Care Work Interventions in Uganda
Updated on: 2023-09-25 12:11:10
The project is designed to support national policy processes and actions, including research uptake by policymakers, to enhance Women Economic Empowerment and tackle unpaid care work in Uganda.
Strengthening capacity for effective women economic empowerment (WEE) and care work interventions in Uganda is an 18-month collaborative project implemented by a consortium comprising Oxfam in Uganda and ACODE. Anchored on a wider spectrum of the Growth and Equal Opportunities for Women (GrOW) East Africa Initiative to spur gender transformation through advancing gender equality in the world of work with a focus on gender segregation, unpaid care, and women’s collective agency.
The project is designed to support national policy processes and actions, including research uptake by policymakers, to enhance WEE and tackle unpaid care work in Uganda. The Project is expected to increase the effectiveness of WEE and care work policies and programmes by 2025; improve the design of the early childhood development policy; and support the implementation of the National Gender Policy and the Family Policy.Read More
Oil Governance and Environmental Sustainability (OGESU)
Updated on: 2023-09-13 13:23:30
The project aims to limit the negative impacts of oil and gas development on nature, people and climate in Uganda.Read More
Domestic Revenue Mobilization through Transparent, Accountable and Equitable Management of Extractives in Uganda
Updated on: 2023-09-13 13:20:57
The goal is to enhance transparency, accountability, and equity in the management of the extractive sector (mining, oil, and gas) for increased domestic revenue mobilization.
This project is a 24-month activity designed to contribute to component three of USAID/UGANDA – Domestic Revenue Mobilization for Development (DRM4D) Activity - Enhancing public-private dialogue - which focuses on advocacy in areas of interest to boost domestic revenue mobilization for Uganda to attain self-reliance including engagement on oil and gas. It is a collaborative effort to strengthen policy and legal frameworks that will ensure more transparent and accountable management of Uganda’s petroleum and mineral revenues to increase domestic revenue mobilization using specific interventions along the entire extractives industry value chain. The project will also facilitate dialogue and review relevant legal frameworks and administrative procedures to generate recommendations for key actors on transparency in licensing, compliance, revenue collection, and expenditure.Read More
Illicit Financial Flows and Domestic Resource Mobilization
Updated on: 2023-09-13 13:20:57
The goal is to promote financial transparency in Uganda by mitigating Illicit Financial Flows and increase domestic resource mobilization for developmentRead More
Local Government Councils Scorecard Initiative (LGCSCI)
Updated on: 2023-09-13 12:32:39
The overall goal is to promote political accountability and effective service delivery in Uganda.
The Local Government Councils’ Scorecard Initiative (LGCSCI) is a social accountability initiative that seeks to deepen local governance by strengthening the political accountability of elected local leaders and citizens’ demand for excellence in the provision of service delivery by their local governments. LGCSCI was first launched in 2009 in 10 districts and now being implemented in 35 districts across Uganda. Through our partnership with Uganda Local Governments Association (ULGA), Urban Authorities Association (UAAU), and Ministry of Local Government, ACODE can reach out and disseminate research findings and policy recommendations to all local governments.Read More
USAID/UGANDA - Strengthening Supply Chain Systems (SSCS) Activity
Updated on: 2023-09-13 09:30:38
The overall goal is to reduce stock-outs of essential medicines and health supplies in Uganda, and accelerate Uganda's journey to self-reliance by reducing dependence on external support to health supply chain management.
The Strengthening Supply Chain Systems (SSCS) Activity is a 5-year (2020-2025) project funded by USAID to support Uganda's efforts to strengthen its health supply chain to increase availability and access to safe, quality-assured medicines and health supplies in public and private-not-profit health facilities. Accelerating Uganda's journey to self-reliance, the Project will strengthen Uganda's health system to more effectively combat infectious and non-communicable diseases and improve health services and outcomes for all Ugandan families and communities.
The Project is jointly implemented by Management Sciences for Health (MSH) as a leading organization with ACODE and Uganda Healthcare Federation (UHF) as partners. It is envisaged that ACODE and UHF will gradually take on increased technical and management responsibilities as part of a deliberate strategy to promote local ownership and sustainability.Read More