In Uganda, the 3rd National Development Plan was tabled before Parliament in January 2020 by the Minister of State for Planning, a move that was supposed to inform the processing and approval of the budgets for the next five years starting with 2020/2021 financial year. Analyst, Charles Bwogi joins CNBC Africa for more.
Uganda’s National Development Plan 2 is the second in a series of six 5-year Plans aimed at achieving Vision 2040. So far over $38.7 million has already been allocated towards its realization against a set target of $30.6 billion. To understand how the money is spent and how the government can build on the momentum, David Walakira, Policy Analyst & Development Economist joins CNBC Africa for more.
Uganda’s National Development Plan is the second in a series of six 5-year plans aimed at achieving Vision 2040. The goal of this plan is to propel the country into middle income status by 2020 with a per capita income of USD1,033. To help understand how this will be realized is David Walakira, Policy Analyst and Development Economist joins CNBC Africa for more.
Speaking on the purpose of the National Development Plan of Togo, the country’s Prime Minister, Komi Selom Klassou says the NDP will make Togo a hub of logistical excellence and a leading business centre in the sub region. He discussed this and more with CNBC Africa’s Frederic Vandevyver.
Steven Friedman | University of Johannesburg Something is surely wrong when many influential people endorse or reject a document none of them have read. The document is South Africa’s National Development Plan, which was adopted...