After completing a development finance (DFA) assessment in 2019, Uganda will continue the development of its INFF with support from the UN Joint SDG Fund.

Uganda’s third National Development Plan (NDPIII), which aims to increase average household incomes and improve quality of life, has been prepared in full alignment with the SDGs. The INFF will align strongly with national priorities and programmes in a direct response to the government’s Public Finance Management Reform Strategy (2018-2022). It will also build upon the recommendation of the DFA completed in 2019.

The INFF is a collective attempt to mobilise resource to finance the 18 programmes articulated in the NDPIII. The INFF will help Uganda (a) align its development plans, policies and financing with the NDPIII and the SDGs; (b) strengthen the management of public resources to harmonise plans, budgets, and financing, as well as build the institutional capacity of key stakeholders for accelerated delivery of NDPIII and the SDGs; (c) enhance mobilisation of additional private sector resources through an enabling business environment; and (d) reinforce monitoring and oversight systems to track implementation of the SDGs, as well as encourage effective and inclusive participation through simplification of budget analysis tools and capacity building.

For more details, visit the Joint SDG Fund website.

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