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THE 2017 UGANDA CERTIFIED TOP50 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AGENCIES

THE 2017 UGANDA CERTIFIED TOP50 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AGENCIES
Profiles of TOP50 Public and Private Sector Agencies in Uganda which have made tremendous contribution towards Social-Economic Transformation of Uganda.


Certified by Public Opinions International and published by Asia Africa Development Council New Delhi, Republic of India

Logos and Contacts of Companies,Organisations and NGOs in Uganda which made tremendous contributions to attainment of Uganda Vision 2040 and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The survey to determine the TOP 50 Best Public and Private Sector agencies in Uganda was conducted by Public Opinions International a firm working to attainment of Uganda Vision 2040 and United Nations Sustainable Development Goals through Issues Research, Public Awareness, Public Relations, Information dissemination, International Exchange Programs, Lobby, Awarding best performing Companies and organizations, etc.

The Profiles include profiles and logos of some of the agencies which have been scooping recognitions and accolades from Public Opinions since 2013 Said Prof Ripu Ranjan Sinha the Director General of Asia Africa Development Council (ADCO) which operate on the direction of the Council for Sustainable Peace and Development.

 Luzindana Adam Buyinza Chief Executive Officer of Public Opinions said the Uganda Vision 2040 and UN SDGs will never be achieved if private sector is not committed. A focused private sector will lead to a fully transformed Uganda and indeed the vision of H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni President of the Republic of Uganda of transforming Uganda to a middle Class economy will be realized.

The NRM Government under the Leadership of General Yoweri kaguta Museveni as led the country from a very poor state in 1986 to now a meaningful economy ready to take off to a middle class Economy.

According to Africa Development Bank, Uganda’s Real GDP growth was an estimated 5.3% in 2018, up from 5.0% in 2017. On the supply side, industry (9.7% growth) and services (8.2%) contributed considerably, while agriculture showed slower growth (4.5%). On the demand side, greater investment in public infrastructure was the main contributor to growth, while the current account registered a deficit due to growing imports of capital goods, thereby stymieing growth.

Uganda is really doing well as far as its commitment to the realization of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals are concerned and I want to thank H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni President of the Republic of Uganda said Prof Ripu Ranjan Sinha the Director General of Asia Africa Development Council (ADCO).

Real GDP growth is projected to improve to 5.5% in 2019 and 5.7% in 2020. Increased infrastructure investment, foreign direct investment in the oil and mining subsectors, and reforms to improve the business environment will drive stronger growth over the short and medium term.

Agriculture remains a strategic opportunity for spearheading the government’s development objectives. Uganda is abundantly endowed with natural resources, including oil, gas, and mineral resources and a natural habitat for diverse wildlife that could support the tourist industry. The country continues to post high economic growth and price stability driven by prudent macroeconomic policies. And its strategic location allows it to be accessible to Central and East African markets, including Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa members, making it a possible transportation, logistics, and transit hub for regional trade.

Below are the 2017 Uganda Certified Top 50 Sustainable Development Agencies. The key contributors towards social-economic transformation of Uganda. The Profiles are not arranged in any preferential order.

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