Uganda Country Partnership Framework (CPF)
The country-wide SCD consultation process covered seven districts in the four main regions of Uganda (Kampala, Bushenyi, Buliisa, Hoima, Gulu, Kotido and Mbale) during the period February to July 2015, and gathered the views of government agencies, civil society, private sector, development partners and Ugandans. These consultations provided important inputs examining the progress made towards reducing poverty and boosting shared prosperity and identifying the key priorities for making further progress on the twin goals in Uganda.
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The Country Partnership Framework (CPF) is the proposed World Bank Group program for the Republic of Uganda during the period FY16-FY21. The CPF responds to the Government of Uganda vision of a transformed Ugandan society from a peasant to a modern and prosperous country by 2040. In the short to medium term, the goal is to attain middle income status by 2020 as described in the second National Development Plan, and the CPF is designed to contribute directly to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. The CPF is fully aligned and consistent with the Systematic Country Diagnostic.