Water and Environment Sector Documents
Water and Environment sector documents guiding the implentation of project and programme. Inclusive the preparation of the new joint sector programme for 2013-2018. This catagory contains all the sector and sub-sector specific programme documents.
The Government of Uganda (GoU) and its Development Partners (DPs) are currently developing a new 5-year Joint Water and Environment Sector Support Programme (JWESSP 2013-2018), which will succeed the present Joint Water and Sanitation Sector Programme Support 2008-2013. Both process documents and final Programme Documents will be uploaded here.
Programme Document for the Joint Water and Sanitation Sector Programme Support (2008 – 2012) July 2007
This document constitutes the completion report of the Joint Government of Uganda and Development Partners' Water and Sanitation Sector Programme Support (2008-2012). The report provides a summary of activities and achievements carried out under this Programme for all its components vis-à-vis the targets set out in the Programme Document. A financial performance analysis is provided, as well as an analysis of the effectiveness of the funding modalities, and an analysis of the actual risks, assumptions, challenges and issues. The report ends with lessons learnt over the course of the Programme.
The Government of Uganda through the Ministry of Water and Environment, has developed a National Irrigation Master Plan (2010-2035)
The Overall Objective of irrigation development in Uganda, in line with the NDP is: “Poverty Alleviation and Economic Growth as a result of the sustainable realisation of the country’s irrigation potential mitigating the effects of climate change and contributing to the transformation of Uganda society from a peasant to a modern and prosperous country”
The purpose of this review was to assist the Directorate of Water Development (DWD), Ministry of Water and Environment (MWE) to prepare a revised Pro-Poor Strategy, building on the successes and learning from the mistakes of the past decade. A clear and measurable pro-poor strategy to guide DWD activities in better serving the poor and Bottom 40% will help to define the areas in which the World Bank and other development partners can best provide poverty-oriented assistance.