Public investment management has the potential to help Uganda address its current constraints on growth, particularly the country’s infrastructure deficit, according to the latest economic update for the country.
The seventh edition of the Uganda Economic Update discusses Uganda’s current strategy of building its capital stock in energy and transport infrastructure, highlighting how these investments can drive faster economic growth and improve people’s lives. The update also stresses the need for improving public investment management, to facilitate delivery of public services, connect citizens and enterprises to economic opportunities, improve productivity, and create jobs for the country’s large and growing population. Read more. Source | World Bank