President Museveni has launched the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework for 2021-2025 at State House Entebbe.
The new framework aims at supporting Uganda reframe economic policies and practices for sustainable, inclusive, diversified, and job-intensive development.
It also seeks to promote access to and utilization of basic social and protection services that advance human rights, gender equality and well-being of the people in Uganda.
The United Nations has done a commendable job in supporting Uganda’s push to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
President Museveni says it has also supported efforts in governance systems, effective economic management, environmental sustainability and integrated and effective partnerships
This was at the launch of the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework for 2021-2025 at State House Entebbe.
Museveni commended the United Nations and the leadership of the UN Resident Coordinator in ensuring that the UN Development System Reform translates into concrete results to achieve 2030 Agenda and to enable stronger collaboration and integrated partnerships
Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda saluted the United Nations, the Uganda Government and the private sector for successfully launching the framework.
The United Nations Resident Coordinator, Rosa Malango, said the signing of the cooperation framework will be followed by the formulation of joint work plans and country programme documents by various agencies with government and other stakeholders to ensure close alignment to the NDP III and other national strategies.