Sector Strategic Investment Plans

Water and Environment Sector Strategic Investment Plans

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FINAL FIP for Uganda April 2017 Part A FINAL FIP for Uganda April 2017 Part A

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Uganda has sustained steady economic growth over the last two decades and achieved a growth rate of 5.0% in 2014/151. This economic perfomance is partly attributed to the natural resources base that contributed 25% of GDP during 2011/2014. The Total Economic Value of forests to the national economy has been estimated at Shs. 593.24 billion, equivalent to 5.2% of GDP. The indirect benefits of forests are equally high, valued at Shs.60.8 billion for watershed protection and Shs 56.4 billion for carbon sequestration, among others. Further, forestry supports 94% of household energy for cooking, tourism revenue, taxes, employment, and household income and supports the growth of other sectors like real estate and construction, energy generation and cottage forest-based enterprises. About 61% of Uganda’s tourism income is generated by the forest based national parks under UWA, the sector of Tourism and Wildlife. Forests also represent key cultural and livelihood assets for forest-dependent communities.

FINAL FIP for Uganda April 2017 Part B FINAL FIP for Uganda April 2017 Part B

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Further, forestry supports 94% of household energy for cooking, tourism revenue, taxes, employment, and household income and supports the growth of other sectors like real estate and construction, energy generation and cottage forest-based enterprises. About 61% of Uganda’s tourism income is generated by the forest based national parks under UWA, the sector of Tourism and Wildlife. Forests also represent key cultural and livelihood assets for forest-dependent communities.

Water Sector SIP 2009 - 2035 Water Sector SIP 2009 - 2035

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The Water Sector Sector strategic Investment plan (2009 - 2035).

The GOU started the review of the investment plans In July 2008 with the overall objective to consolidate the SIP in order to guide all future investments in the sector so as to improve its fiscal and physical effectiveness for more efficient achievement of the sector targets and goals. The main outputs were to be a revised strategic sector investment model (SSIM) and a consolidated Strategic Sector Investment Plan (SSIP) with one overall sector investment plan based on updated and harmonised sub-sector investment strategies and plans and on agreed sector principles consistent and aligned to the overall existing sector institutional framework. The SSIM is updated annually including new districts and actual investment figures.

 

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