European Union Lifts Uganda Aid Ban
European Union envoy Roberto Pidolfi has announced that the international organization will resume aid programs after it suspended them last year over the embezzlement of U.S.$13 million by an official in the prime minister’s office.
Women carrying cartons of oil to the distribution site at Oromi IDP camp, Kitgum District, northern Uganda, 18 May 2007.
ThinkAfricaPress, 23 January 2013
After years of being an aid darling despite widespread corruption, a number of donors recently suspended aid to Uganda following high-level scandals.read more »
Uganda: Donor Cash Refunds
The Independent, 20 January 2013
Experts fear that the desperate move to please donors could boomerang into political fights, budget cuts and depreciation of shillingread more »
The Independent, 11 January 2013
The government of Uganda has today made it public that it will by the end of next week have refunded Sh38bn donor aid money stolen by interdicted government officials so that... read more »
Norway and Ireland have each decided to conduct separate Investigations to determine the scandal level in Uganda's government. This comes as Uganda promises to pay back four ... Read more »
Denmark has joined a growing list of Western countries suspending aid to Uganda after allegations of massive corruption in the prime minister's office was revealed. The United ... Read more »