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Uganda Budget Information

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You can learn about the Budget process on the Budget Basics pages. You can access and download budget and expenditure data through the Budget Dashboard.  You can access published government documents through the Budget Library.

Links to related websites are found below on the right; a full overview of the budget at four levels can be found below under Explore Your Budget; and the LG Performance assessment data and reports are here . 

Please use the below menus to visit your Local Government or a Government Agency of interest.  Review their budget and expenditure data and documents and leave feedback on the page.  You can also provide feedback via email  budget@finance.go.ug – or by calling the FREE budget hotline  0800 229 229.


 

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Hospital and University information can be accessed here.  

 

Feed into Budget Framework 2020/21

The Approved Budget has been published and your ideas and contributions will now feed into the Budget Framework for 2020/21.  

If you would like to contribute ideas or concerns to the Minister for the 2020/21 Budget Framework specifically, please do so here: 

 


 

Explore Your Budget

Use this tool to understand and explore your budget  the area of each coloured rectangle represents the size of the budget for that sector.  Click Budget Dashboard for even more information! 

Use this tool to understand and explore your Local Government budget.  Click Budget Dashboard for even more information! 

Use this tool to understand and explore your Local Government budget.  Click Budget Dashboard for even more information! 

Use this tool to understand and explore the budgets received by your Facilities.  Click Budget Dashboard for even more information! 


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The government of uganda through its surveyors should patrol the rural roads of Nyarusiza~ Kisoro District And Also in the same way try to curbdown the issues of water scarcity in NYARUSIZA

An analysis of your circular dated 21/03/2019 referenced: "Payment of verified salary, pension and gratuity arrears in FY 2018/19", 72 new claimants names were included in the released list for Nwoya District. Many of these claims are from 2015, 2016 and 2017. However, the names of 17 persons who signed the first list of residual salary arrears claimants on 27/6/2016 and 28/6/2016 are missing. What could be the cause of the missing names? If there is a problem with the missing names, what are those problems? If those names are not publicly released how will the 17 persons and perhaps many more others know the issues hampering clearance of their verified claims? Can the responsible persons in the ministry act? Selective payments, without providing reasons as to why other names are missing and not providing solutions leads to elevated levels of frustration and decreased motivation.

I thank MoFPED for the Circular dated 21st March 2019 headlined "Payment of verified salary, pension and gratuity arrears in FY 2018/19". This has led to payment of some of the claimants. However, some claimants are not on the released list of verified claimants. According to the PHRO those of us whose names are missing on the forwarded list 'are many'. However, we cannot tell why we are missing on the list. It would be fair to other claimants if a public list of claimants of residual salary arrears with some missing documentation could be released to facilitate timely correction of any anomalies by the claimants. We will be very grateful for the positive gesture. For God and my Country Uganda

We, residual salary arrears claimants of Nwoya DLG have not been paid from the time funds for the same were released in October 2018. I (we) require answers to the following questions: 1. With all the instructions in the circulars released by the MoFPED about residual salary arrears why has Nwoya DLG not effected payment? 2. If it is true, as alleged by some district officials that they do not have the list of claimants to pay, how can MoFPED release UGX 215 million without having a list of people to be cleared using that amount of money? How was that figure arrived at? 3. Why hasn’t MoFPED stuck to the circular dated 12 December 2018 that warned MDAs that received money for clearing residual salary arrears and had not effected payment to the effect that their activities for Q3 will be frozen on the IFMS until they make payments to residual salary arrears claimants? 4. When are we, residual salary arrears claimants of Nwoya DLG going to be paid, and I also do propose the following: 1. that interest should be charged on residual or any salary arrears from the time it is due until when it is paid in full to factor in the loss in value of money. 2. Officials responsible for this delay in payments should be made to account. This is because service delivery is grossly affected in the process.

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