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The new NDPIII programmatic approach and its implications for WASH CSOs in Uganda

Uganda's new third National Development Plan (NDPIII) 2020/21 – 2024/25 launched last year introduced a new institution-al framework with a shift from sector to programme implementation. The Uganda Water and Sanitation Network (UWASNET) organised a dialogue aimed at identifying areas for civil society understanding, contribution and participation in the dissemination and implementation of NDPIII.

The half-day dialogue meeting on NDPIII was organized with support from IRC Uganda, Water For People & WaterAid Uganda under the Agenda for Change and GIZ under the Civil Society in Uganda Support Programme (CUSP). The meeting was held on April 27th, 2021 at Imperial Royal Hotel, Kampala and it attracted a total of sixty (60) participants.
 
This conference report gives highlights from the NDPIII dialogue meeting.
TitleThe new NDPIII programmatic approach and its implications for WASH CSOs in Uganda
Publication TypeConference Report
Year of Publication2021
SponsorIRC Uganda
Corporate AuthorsUganda Water & Sanitation Network (UWASNET)
Secondary TitleThe Watsan Eye Newsletter
VolumeVolume 1
EditionIssue 1
Pagination8
Date Published05/2021
PublisherUganda Water and Sanitation Network (UWASNET)
Place PublishedKampala, Uganda
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordsadvocacy, CSOs, education, government, health, human capital development, NDPIII, programme approach, uganda, vision 2040, WASH sector, water
Abstract

Uganda's new third National Development Plan (NDPIII) 2020/21 – 2024/25 launched last year introduced a new institution-al framework with a shift from sector to programme implementation. The Uganda Water and Sanitation Network (UWASNET) organised a dialogue aimed at identifying areas for civil society understanding, contribution and participation in the dissemination and implementation of NDPIII.

The half-day dialogue meeting on NDPIII was organized with support from IRC Uganda, Water For People & WaterAid Uganda under the Agenda for Change and GIZ under the Civil Society in Uganda Support Programme (CUSP). The meeting was held on April 27th, 2021 at Imperial Royal Hotel, Kampala and it attracted a total of sixty (60) participants.
 
This conference report gives highlights from the NDPIII dialogue meeting.

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