Donors Reconsider Aid to Uganda
The country's hard-line approach in stamping out corruption and handing back misappropriated aid money has led to the possibility of donor countries re-channeling the suspended funds back.
Members of the anti-corruption coalition in Uganda (file photo).
East African Business Week, 18 February 2013
Uganda has been ranked as the most transparent country in terms of budget openness in the East African region. read more »
Uganda: Fighting Corruption in Uganda
The Independent, 17 February 2013
The scandals in OPM and the ministry of Public Service show a breakdown of the government's financial management system read more »
Uganda: Uganda Gets More Gavi Grants
The Independent, 16 February 2013
The Global Alliance for Vaccination Initiative (GAVI) has given Uganda a grant amounting up to US$21m (about Ushs 54.6b) to support immunization programmes in the country. read more »
New Vision, 15 February 2013
The Police have recorded statements of five of the arrested 10 senior Stanbic officials in connection with the suspected fraud of over sh600m of pension monies. 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 »