PRESENTATIONS FOR THE 11TH ANNUAL JOINT (GOU/DEVELOPMENT PARNERS) REVIEW OF THE WATER AND ENVIRONMENT SECTOR 2019
Joint Sector Reviews
The Water and Environment Sector assesses its performance, sets priority actions (referred to as undertakings) and offers policy guidance through a forum called the Joint Sector Review (JSR). This review is largely guided by the annual Sector Performance Report (SPR) where included are the achievements of annual targets for the key sector performance indicators, agreed actions and attainment of undertakings for the preceding year(s).
The Joint Sector Review (JSR) is a forum for performance assessment, setting of priority actions/undertakings and provision of policy guidance to the Water and Environment Sector (WES). The review is largely guided by an annual Sector Performance Report (SPR), and a pre-determined theme originating from emerging sector issues. The review allows a broad spectrum of stakeholders to get an insight into, discuss, and influence sector developments. The JSR draws conclusions and makes recommendations on the overall key issues in the sector.
Presentations for the 10th Annual Joint (Gou/Development Parners) Review of the Water and Environment Sector 2018.
Theme: “Bridging the gap between increasing service demand and existing sector financing”
Tentative Programme for the 10th Annual Joint (Gou/Development Parners) Review Of The Water And Environment Sector 2018.
The GOU together with Sector Development Partners and other stakeholders agreed to conduct annual Joint Sector Reviews as one of the consultative arrangements for implementation of a Sector Wide Approach to Planning (SWAP) in the Water and Environment sector. The ToR at hand describes the 10th Joint Sector Review for the Water and Environment and will be held from 18th to the 20th of September 2018 at Speke Resort Munyonyo, Kampala.
JSR 2014 Agreed Minutes
JSR 2013 Agreed Minutes
The formal meeting of 10th JTR for the Water and Environment sector was held from 10 April 2018 at Hotel Brovad in Masaka. A total of 179 persons attended the review of these 43 were females and 146 were males.
The overall aim of the 2018 JTR was to “Assess the progress made with regards to implementation of the key actions and/or undertakings which were agreed during the 2017 JSR and also to recommend actions arising from the field visits.