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INVESTING IN THE HEALTH SECTOR IN FY 2020/2021

The Health sector accounts for 5.1% of the National budget in FY 2020/21 down from 7.9% in FY 2019/2020.

Total nominal allocation projected to decrease by 40% from UGX 2,589 Billion in FY 2019/20 to UGX 1,550 Billion in FY 2020/21

Investing in Water &Environment:Budget Brief no.220/4

 Provision of adequate safe and clean water supplies as well as improved sanitation facilities.

Investing in Education

The nominal allocation is projected to decrease by 3.2% from UGX 3,398 Billion in FY 2019/20 to UGX 3,287 Billionin FY 2020/21• 

Investing in Human Capital Development:Budget Brief no.2020/1

Investments in human capital development sectors (Health, Education, Water and Environment, Justice and Law andInvestments in human capital development sectors (Health, Education, Water and Environment, Justice and Law andSocial Development) are expected to account for approximately 27% of the national budget

Investing in JLOS: Budget Brief no.2020/ 6

 The Justice Law and Order Sector accounts for 5.9% of the national budget (FY 2020/21)• The  Sector accounts for 5.9% of the national budget (FY 2020/21

Investing in Social Development :Budget Brief no.2020/5
  •  Promoting decent employment opportunities and labor productivityPromoting decent employment opportunities and labor productivity
  •  Enhancing effective participation of communities in the development process
Investing in Health:Budget Brief no.220/3

 

• Providing inclusive and quality health care services through policy formulation and providing strategic direction,planning and coordination of health care provision in Uganda.

• Increasing financial risk protection of households against impoverishment due to health expenditures.• Addressing the key determinants of health through strengthening of inter-sectoral collaborations and partnerships.• Enhancing the health sector competitiveness in the region and globally

Investing in Health:Budget Brief no.220/3

SECTOR POLICY PRIORITIESSECTOR POLICY PRIORITIES

• Providing inclusive and quality health care services through policy formulation and providing strategic direction,planning and coordination of health care provision in Uganda.

• Increasing financial risk protection of households against impoverishment due to health expenditures.• Addressing the key determinants of health through strengthening of inter-sectoral collaborations and partnerships.• Enhancing the health sector competitiveness in the region and globally

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