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A Comprehensive Review of the Uganda National Development Strategy (PEAP)*. by Wilson Turinawe Blasio Musisi Johnson Nkuuhe Alexander Aboagye UNDP RBA MDG-Based National Development Planning Training Workshop, Dar, Tz, 27 February – 3 March 2006

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A Comprehensive Review of the Uganda National Development Strategy (PEAP)*

by

Wilson Turinawe

Blasio Musisi

Johnson Nkuuhe

Alexander Aboagye

UNDP RBA MDG-Based National Development Planning Training Workshop, Dar, Tz, 27 February – 3 March 2006

* PEAP = Poverty Eradication Action Plan (equivalent of PRSP)


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1. Ambition of Uganda’s PEAP


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1. Ambition of Uganda’s PEAP (2)


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1. Ambition of Uganda’s PEAP (3)


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PEAP and MDGs: PEAP pillars explained

1 – Economic Management

2 – Enhancing Production, competitiveness and income

3 - Security, conflict resolution and disaster management

4 - Good governance (Justice, law and order, democratization, public sector management)

5 - Human development (Health, education, water & sanitation, social development)

* PEAP = Poverty Eradication Action Plan (equivalent of PRSP)


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2. ScopeInvestment clusters: comparison between Uganda’s PEAP and MDGs


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3. Rigor of Uganda’s PEAP

  • Plan rigorous in some aspects, but not in others. Examples:

    free bed nets for 4 m pregnant women; increase of per capita expenditure on drugs from $ 1.2 per capita to $2.5,

    Analysis rigorous in the following sectors:

  • Education (especially primary education) see Table 7.1 page 155 of the PEAP document)

  • Health (see Table 7.5 page 167)

  • Water and sanitation (especially the water component) (See Figure 7.1 page 169)

  • Works, housing and communication (infrastructure)

  • Not rigorous enough in remaining sectors


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4. Timeframe

  • Uganda’s PEAP is a 3-year rolling planning framework.

  • Does not relate to Vision 2025, which is being transformed into Vision 2035.

  • Not aligned to MDGs and it is not consistent with short- long term goals and Vision 2025.

  • This is the last PEAP under Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development.

  • The next PEAP will be under the National Planning Authority, and it will be aligned to Vision 2035, cascaded into three 10-year strategic plans each with two- 5year development.


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5. Costing of Uganda’s PEAP

  • Sectors with investment plans have costed them, e.g.:

  • $ 951 million for rural water for 2001-2015;

  • about $ 481 million for urban water development;

  • Most interventions are not costed and budgeting is not aligned to the MDGs-based assessment.


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Challenges in Uganda

  • Timeframe looks too short

  • Financial and human resources

  • Resistance from MTEF implementing institutions.

  • Lack of enthusiasm and cooperation from other stakeholders.

  • Resistance based on not understanding the distinction between MDG-based planning and PRSP /PEAP


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Expectations

  • Resource persons

  • Financial resources

  • Assistance with high level negotiations

    • At NY, regional and national levels

    • With Donors, the UN system, bureaucrats, CSO

  • Assistance with coordination


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This process needs determination, Fortunately Uganda has lots of it!


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A Comprehensive Review of the Uganda National Development Strategy (PEAP)*

by

Wilson Turinawe

Blasio Musisi

Johnson Nkuuhe

Alexander Aboagye

Thank you, may God bless your journey


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