Overall Objective

To achieve an inclusive low emissions economic growth process that emphasizes effective and efficient use of natural, human and physical capital while ensuring that natural assets continue to provide for present and future generations. The envisages outcomes of the UGGDS implementation are: income and livelihoods enhancement, decent green jobs, climate change adaption and mitigation, sustainable environment, and natural resources management, food and nutrition security; resource use efficiency; and social inclusiveness and economic transformation at the sub-national and national levels.

Strategic Outcome Targets

GHG Reductions Target Setting in Progress
Green Jobs Target Setting in Progress
Sustainable Services Target Setting in Progress
Air Quality Target Setting in Progress
Ecosystem Services Target Setting in Progress
Enhanced Adaptation to Climate Change Target Setting in Progress

Themes

Contact
Mariah Kizza

Associate, Finance and Administration/ Communication

Global Green Growth Institute

Resource Partner

GGGI Core Funding

European Union

Green Climate Fund

Embassy of Netherlands

Hungarian Government

Danish Embassy

NDC Partnership and Global Green Growth Institute

Korea International Cooperation Agency

Government Counterpart

Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development (MoFPED) including the National Designated Authority (NDA)

Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development (MLHUD)

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development (MEMD)

Ministry of Water and Environment (MWE)

Ministry of Works and Transport (MoWT)

Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development (MGLSD)

Ministry of Trade Cooperatives and Industry (MoTCI)

Ministry of Local Government (MoLG)

Climate Change Department (CCD)

National Planning Authority (NPA)

Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA)

Uganda Free Zones Authority (UFZA)

Uganda Investment Authority (UIA)

National Environment Management Authority (NEMA)

Uganda Development Bank Limited (UDBL or UDB)

Plus district and municipal governments (Mbarara, Gulu, Soroti, Jinja, Arua)

Context

Uganda’s primary development strategies – the Uganda Vision 2040 and the National Development Plan II (NDPII, 2015-20) – map out an ambitious growth agenda for the coming decades. Uganda aims to achieve an annual economic growth rate of 8.4% by the year 2025, and attain Upper Middle Income Status by 2040. However, sustainable economic growth is threatened by the country’s vulnerability to climate change as 70% of the labor force is dependent on rain-fed agriculture. The Government of Uganda (GoU), therefore, has adopted a climate-centric economic model through the ongoing process of developing the Uganda Green Growth Development Strategy (UGGDS).
The UGGDS seeks to strengthen the technical and institutional capacity for the development of a GHG national inventory system, nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMAs), and the associated measuring, reporting and verification (MRV) systems. However, a number of cross-sectoral barriers to a green growth transition have been identified, and need to be addressed as part of a green transition. There have been limited attempts at progressive mainstreaming of green growth into upstream development planning, as well as putting in place a favorable institutional enabling environment. Further, there has been limited integration of the principles of resource use efficiency, sustainability, and resilience into the design of government programs and projects.
In particular, green urbanization poses a challenge to the green transition in Uganda, where the urban population will increase from 6 million in 2013 to over 20 million in 204022. Youth in Uganda make up a large proportion of the country’s demographic profile, with 77% of its population under the age of 30, of which 62% are jobless. Moreover, unemployment in Uganda remains predominantly an urban problem with the unemployment more than three times that of rural areas. The creation and training for green and decent jobs will necessitate both effective urban policy planning, implementation, and private sector development.

News

News • June 27, 2022

GGGI trains farmers on Solar Powered Irrigation Systems (SPIS) and Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) practices in West Nile region.

Crop farming is one of the few opportunities for rural small income population in Uganda to find a route out of poverty. However, climate change manifesting itself through increased occurrence of drought, seasonal variations and temperature increase has caused tremendous losses to these small holder farmers. An investment in irrigation has been proven as a […]

News • June 27, 2022

Uganda Women in Climate Change 2022 Declaration

Preamble Despite women being disproportionately affected by climate change, they play a crucial role in climate change adaptation and mitigation. Climate change frequently affects women and men differently (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, 2007). The primary reason for these differences is the varying levels of access to resources knowledge, skills, and finance that shape how […]

News • June 7, 2022

Draft Gulu Physical Development Plan Handover

Gulu City, June 6, 2022 Gulu City has received the final draft of the Physical Development Plan. The plan has been developed under the greening Uganda’s urbanization and industrialization project, funded by the European union. The plan is a spatial expression of the social and economic environment or other policy, at National, regional, district, city  […]

News • May 20, 2022

DISPLAY OF ARUA AND GULU CITY PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2022-2040

Pursuit to section 27 of the Physical Planning Act, 2010 (Principle Act), the Gulu and Arua city plan will be put on display from the 24th May 2022 at the following places: Physical Planning Department, Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, 1st floor Century House, Parliament Avenue, P.O. Box 7096, Kampala. Email: mlhud@go.ug National Planning […]

News • April 28, 2022

Uganda Building committees in 5 Districts trained on Green Buildings

What are building committees? In 2013, the Building Control Act of Uganda established a building committee in each district and urban authority. The act also established the National Building Review Board (NBRB) to oversee the activities of the building committees. The building committee is responsible for issuing building permits after reviewing the building proposals submitted […]

News • April 6, 2022

GGGI – KOICA teams hold a familiarization visit to Kiteezi Landfill

On 29 March, Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) and Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) staff visited the Kiteezi landfill to check the status quo of the landfill, collect information on how the landfill is managed, observe how much waste is coming in and out, how data is managed by KCCA, and to identify challenges. This […]

News • April 6, 2022

Green Growth aligned Physical Development Plans for Arua and Gulu city near finalization.

The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) with support from the European Union has since July 2020 been implementing a three-year project; “Greening Uganda’s Urbanization and Industrialization”. For the past 12 months, GGGI has been supporting the preparation of new city Physical Development Plans (PDPs) in Arua and Gulu and Infrastructure and Investment plans there and […]

News • March 25, 2022

Uganda Green Growth Development Strategy (UGGDS)

The Uganda Vision 2040 aspires to pursue economic development and socioeconomic transformation premised on the principles of a green economy such as equity, environment sustainability, resource efficiency, climate change adaptation and mitigation and inclusiveness. Accordingly, the National Planning Authority in partnership with the Climate Change Department of the Ministry of Water and Environment with financial […]

News • March 24, 2022

Green Champions on Sustainable Use of Forests

March 21, 2022 is the World Forestry Day. The Green champions had chance to offer their views on the sustainable use of forests. The big question: Knowing that the construction sector is a big consumer of forestry resources, what are the green building options to safeguard our forests eco systems? Read more here: 2022-03-21 Pullout […]

News • March 24, 2022

Climate Finance and Women

Out of 1.3 billion people living in poverty, seventy percent are women. Women are seen as more vulnerable than men to the impacts of climate change since they represent the majority of the world’s poor and more dependent on the threatened natural resources in comparison. While gender equality is proven as ‘smart economics’ that would […]

News • March 24, 2022

Strengthening technical capacity to design, install and maintain Solar Powered Irrigation Systems in Uganda

  Uganda is experiencing climate change and variability, which has resulted   increased frequency of droughts and long dry spells. Many farmers in the country rely on rainfed agriculture therefore the changing rainfall patterns has negatively affected food production as well as the food security and livelihoods of many smallholder farmers. This has compelled Government of […]

News • March 24, 2022

Working towards resilient green cities

Country-wide urbanization in Uganda has continued amidst institutional challenges. Previous interventions in the water and sanitation sector have not addressed the underlying issues of poorly managed urbanization processes. Poor urbanisation is linked to low productivity, urban poverty, unemployment, limited capacity to plan and offer basic services as well as a failure to enforce urban standards. […]

News • March 24, 2022

GGGI Promoting a Self-Help Model for Cleaning Up Cities in Uganda.

On June 5, 2021, the Global Green Growth Institute in collaboration with the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) and key environmental activists/ Civil Society Organizations conducted a one-day outreach at the Ggaba beach market and landing site, a suburb in Kampala Central Division to commemorate the World Environment Day 2021. The purpose of the outreach […]

News • March 24, 2022

Strengthening Solid Waste and Feacal Sludge Management Capacity of the Greater Kampala Metropolitan Area Project – Phase 1

On 13th September 2021 KOICA and GGGI signed the project grant agreement to commence the implementation of the ‘Strengthening Solid Waste and Feacal Sludge Management Capacity of the Greater Kampala Metropolitan’ project phase 1. This phase starting from 2021 to 2023, will focus on development of strategies, implementation plans and technical designs for proposed interventions […]

News • February 18, 2022

Secondary Cities: Engines for Investment in Uganda

Over the last twenty years, Uganda has maintained high economic growth rates, expanding urbanization and shifting patterns in sectoral contributions to overall development. An increasing proportion of the wealth generated by Uganda’s economy is moving from being a product of agricultural activities to the service sector. Uganda faces a window of opportunity in its pursuit […]

News • December 9, 2021

Mayors across the Greater Kampala Metropolitan Area meet to discuss the Proposed Solid Waste Management Strategy

In recent years, the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) has put in place several incentives to manage solid waste in the city. “Since 2016, we the Kampala Capital City Authority have developed bankable projects with the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development on Waste to Resource. It is time we walked the talk,” the Kampala […]

News • December 4, 2021

Uganda Launches the Green Industrial Database

The industrial sector in Uganda consists of construction, mining and quarrying, formal manufacturing, informal manufacturing, electricity supply, and water supply. In 2010/11, the construction sub-sector was the largest, followed by formal manufacturing, water supply, informal manufacturing, electricity supply and then mining and quarrying. In line with Uganda’s major objective to mainstream green growth in government […]

News • December 2, 2021

Uganda Launches the Green Industrial Database

The industrial sector in Uganda consists of construction, mining and quarrying, formal manufacturing, informal manufacturing, electricity, and water supply. In line with Uganda’s major objective to mainstream green growth in government programmes, Uganda is prioritizing green growth to help implement the National Development Plan (NDPIII) and the Uganda Green Growth Development Strategy (UGGDS). The Global […]

News • December 2, 2021

GGGI promotes uptake of solar powered irrigation systems (SPIS) for Zirobwe farmers

Thursday, November 18, 2021 – GGGI, as part of the implementation of the “Promoting solar powered irrigation project” in Uganda held a demonstration session to showcase different solar powered irrigation pumps to 200 smallholder farmers in Zirobwe, on the outskirts of Kampala. The project is a two-year intervention funded by the Government of Denmark and […]

News • November 16, 2021

Uganda at COP26: Uganda’s Approach at Greening the Economy

Uganda at COP26: Uganda’s Approach at Greening the Economy Despite all the ongoing debates and negotiations, the question that lingers in many peoples’ minds is: “What do all these discussions and agreements mean to the ordinary citizen who is struggling to cope with the changing weather, seasons, losses and damages to their crops, death of […]

Projects

UG56
Countries
UG56 Creation of a Transitional Climate Finance Unit (TCFU) and the COP26 Taskforce at MoFPED
Start Date Q2 April 21, 2022
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 1,950,000
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Climate Resilient and Green Growth
  • Carbon Pricing
  • Climate Finance
  • Green Jobs
  • Green Growth
  • Green Growth Index
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UG23-E1
Countries
UG23 Promoting Solar Powered Irrigation and Pumping in Uganda
Start Date Q1 October 2020
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 800,000
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Sustainable Energy
  • Solar Energy
  • Climate-Smart Agriculture
  • Renewable Energy
  • Green Growth
  • Water and Sanitation
View
UG17
Countries
UG17 Strengthening Solid Waste and Feacal Sludge Management Capacity of the Greater Kampala Metropolitan Area (Phase 1)
Start Date Q1 13th September 2021
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 2,350,000
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Green Cities
  • Waste
  • Water and Sanitation
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UG15
Countries
UG15 Greening Uganda’s Urbanization and Industrialization
Start Date Q1 July 2020
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 5,532,179
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Green Cities
  • Green Buildings and Industry
  • Gender and Inclusive Development
  • Waste
  • Climate Resilient and Green Growth
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UG22
Countries
UG22 NDC Partnership Economic Advisory Support
Start Date Q1 21st January 2021
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 190,000
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Climate Resilient and Green Growth
  • Green Finance
  • Climate Finance
  • Green recovery
  • National Financing Vehicles
  • Green Growth
  • National Adaptation Planning (NAP)
View
Countries
Project Reference Profiles – Uganda(UG3) Sustainable Energy-Water Solution for Med-Large Irrigation of Commercial Farming
Start Date Q1 Mar 7 2018
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 270,192
Status Active
View
Thematic Areas
Countries
Project Reference Profiles – Uganda(UG4) Catalyzing the Solar Home Systems Market: Strategic & Policy Interventions
Start Date Q1 March 6 2018
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 944,900
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Sustainable Energy
View
Thematic Areas
Countries
Project Reference Profiles – Uganda(UG13) Readiness Support to strengthen Uganda’s engagement with the GCF
Start Date Q1 Feb 26 2019
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 700,593
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Cross Cutting
View
Thematic Areas
Countries
Project Reference Profiles – Uganda(UG16) Uganda Green Investment Facility
Start Date Q1 May 23 2019
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 13,098
Status Complete
Thematic Area
  • Cross Cutting
View
Thematic Areas
Countries
Project Reference Profiles – Uganda(UG18) Greening the National Development Plan (NDP) III
Start Date Q1 Aug 16 2019
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 31,296
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Cross Cutting
View
Countries
Sustainable Energy-Water Solution for Medium to Large Scale Irrigation of Commercial Farming in Uganda
Start Date Q1 2018
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 290,166
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Forest (Sustainable) Landscapes
  • Sustainable Energy
View
Countries
Catalyzing the Solar Home Systems (SHS) market to benefit low-income, urban households in two secondary cities
Start Date Q1 2018
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 1,118,000
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Green Cities
  • Sustainable Energy
View
Thematic Areas
Countries
Project Reference Profiles – Uganda (UG19) Readiness Support to strengthen Uganda’s engagement with the GCF
Start Date Q1 2019
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 700,593
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Cross Cutting
View
Countries
Unleashing the Potential of Uganda’s Economy through Green Growth
Start Date Q1 2017
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 2,615,000
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Forest (Sustainable) Landscapes
  • Sustainable Energy
  • Cross Cutting
View

Reports

EU, GGGI and NHOP High Level Market Analysis Uganda
Report
EU, GGGI and NHOP High Level Market Analysis

Uganda

Circular Built Environment Highlights from Africa Report rwanda  • built environment  • Burkina Faso  • senegal  • Uganda
Report
Circular Built Environment Highlights from Africa Report

rwanda  • built environment  • Burkina Faso  • senegal  • Uganda  • sustainable buildings  • United Nations Once Planet  • UN2030  • buildings and construction  • CEB Africa Report  • Rwanda  • Senegal  • Green Cities  • Uganda  • Burkina Faso  • Green Buildings and Industry  • Solar Energy  • Climate Resilient and Green Growth  • Circular Economy  • Green Growth  • green building

Unlocking Climate Change Project Potential: Lessons Learned from the Call for Project Concept Notes of the GCF Readiness Programme flagship-publications  • Insight Briefs  • Direct Access Entities  • Uganda  • #greengrowth
Report
Unlocking Climate Change Project Potential: Lessons Learned from the Call for Project Concept Notes of the GCF Readiness Programme

flagship-publications  • Insight Briefs  • Direct Access Entities  • Uganda  • #greengrowth  • Indonesia  • México  • GCF  • Green Climate Fund  • Green Finance  • Climate Finance  • GGGI Indonesia  • Green Climate Fund (GCF) Readiness Proposal  • Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC)  • Paris Agreement  • Sustainable Development Goals

Evaluation of GGGI’s Progress Against the Strategic Plan 2015-20 (2017) Paraguay  • Cambodia  • Colombia  • Costa Rica  • Fiji
Report
Evaluation of GGGI’s Progress Against the Strategic Plan 2015-20 (2017)

Paraguay  • Cambodia  • Colombia  • Costa Rica  • Fiji  • India  • Jordan  • Kiribati  • Lao PDR  • Mongolia  • Mozambique  • Nepal  • Philippines  • Rwanda  • Senegal  • United Arab Emirates  • Viet Nam  • Papua New Guinea  • Hungary  • Green Cities  • Ethiopia  • Morocco  • Myanmar  • Peru  • Uganda  • Qatar  • Indonesia  • México  • Sustainable Energy  • Thailand  • Vanuatu  • Green Buildings and Industry  • Gender and Inclusive Development  • Sustainable Transport  • Waste  • Solar Energy  • Climate Resilient and Green Growth  • Sustainable Landscapes  • Climate Finance  • National Financing Vehicles  • NFVs

Green Recovery and Climate Action: Assessing Green Jobs from Renewable Energy and Forestry Investments for Developing and Emerging Economies Caribbean  • Ecuador  • Côte d’Ivoire  • Green Recovery  • Technical Report
Report
Green Recovery and Climate Action: Assessing Green Jobs from Renewable Energy and Forestry Investments for Developing and Emerging Economies

Caribbean  • Ecuador  • Côte d’Ivoire  • Green Recovery  • Technical Report  • Denmark  • flagship-publications  • forestry investments  • Cambodia  • Colombia  • Costa Rica  • Fiji  • India  • Jordan  • Lao PDR  • Mongolia  • Rwanda  • Senegal  • Viet Nam  • Saint Lucia  • Climate action  • Guyana  • Hungary  • Ethiopia  • Morocco  • Myanmar  • Peru  • Uganda  • Burkina Faso  • #greengrowth  • Indonesia  • México  • Cross Cutting  • Vanuatu  • Green Jobs  • Green recovery  • green growth  • green jobs  • renewable energy  • sustainable development

Special Review of Strategic Plan 2015-2020: Commitments Delivered and Key Results (2021) Cambodia  • Colombia  • Fiji  • Lao PDR  • Mongolia
Report
Special Review of Strategic Plan 2015-2020: Commitments Delivered and Key Results (2021)

Cambodia  • Colombia  • Fiji  • Lao PDR  • Mongolia  • Nepal  • Rwanda  • Senegal  • Papua New Guinea  • Green Cities  • Ethiopia  • Peru  • Uganda  • Sustainable Energy  • Thailand  • Vanuatu  • Gender and Inclusive Development  • Sustainable Landscapes  • Green Finance

Review of Strategic Plan 2015-2020: Commitments Delivered and Key Results Caribbean  • Ecuador  • Uzbekistan  • Cambodia  • Colombia
Report
Review of Strategic Plan 2015-2020: Commitments Delivered and Key Results

Caribbean  • Ecuador  • Uzbekistan  • Cambodia  • Colombia  • Costa Rica  • Fiji  • India  • Jordan  • Kiribati  • Lao PDR  • Mongolia  • Mozambique  • Nepal  • Philippines  • Rwanda  • Senegal  • United Arab Emirates  • Viet Nam  • Saint Lucia  • Guyana  • Papua New Guinea  • Hungary  • Green Cities  • Ethiopia  • Morocco  • Myanmar  • Peru  • Uganda  • Burkina Faso  • Tonga  • Qatar  • Forest (Sustainable) Landscapes  • Indonesia  • México  • Sustainable Energy  • Thailand  • Vanuatu  • Green Buildings and Industry  • Gender and Inclusive Development  • Sustainable Transport  • Waste  • Solar Energy  • Sustainable Landscapes  • Green Finance  • Climate-Smart Agriculture  • Coastal Resilience

GGGI Support on NDC Enhancement, Long-term Low Emission and Resilient Development Strategies, and Green Recovery Caribbean  • Côte d’Ivoire  • Pacific  • LT-LEDS  • Cambodia
Report
GGGI Support on NDC Enhancement, Long-term Low Emission and Resilient Development Strategies, and Green Recovery

Caribbean  • Côte d’Ivoire  • Pacific  • LT-LEDS  • Cambodia  • Colombia  • Fiji  • Lao PDR  • Mongolia  • Rwanda  • Viet Nam  • Climate action  • Hungary  • Ethiopia  • Peru  • Uganda  • Climate resilience  • Burkina Faso  • #greengrowth  • México  • Cross Cutting  • NDC  • Climate Resilient and Green Growth  • climate finance  • Climate Change  • LEDS  • Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC)  • Paris Agreement

Green Growth Index 2020: Measuring performance in achieving SDG targets Caribbean  • Ecuador  • PNG  • Pacific  • Technical Report
Report
Green Growth Index 2020: Measuring performance in achieving SDG targets

Caribbean  • Ecuador  • PNG  • Pacific  • Technical Report  • Republic of Korea  • Denmark  • flagship-publications  • Cambodia  • Costa Rica  • Fiji  • India  • Jordan  • Kiribati  • Lao PDR  • Mongolia  • Mozambique  • Nepal  • Philippines  • Rwanda  • Senegal  • United Arab Emirates  • Viet Nam  • UAE  • Saint Lucia  • Guyana  • Papua New Guinea  • Hungary  • Ethiopia  • Morocco  • Myanmar  • Peru  • Uganda  • Burkina Faso  • Tonga  • Indonesia  • México  • Thailand  • Cross Cutting  • Vanuatu

The Promise of Green Growth: A Pathway to Prosperity while Achieving National and Global Ambitions Pacific  • Technical Report  • Republic of Korea  • flagship-publications  • Cambodia
Report
The Promise of Green Growth: A Pathway to Prosperity while Achieving National and Global Ambitions

Pacific  • Technical Report  • Republic of Korea  • flagship-publications  • Cambodia  • Colombia  • Fiji  • Jordan  • Lao PDR  • Mongolia  • Nepal  • Philippines  • Senegal  • Viet Nam  • Papua New Guinea  • Ethiopia  • Myanmar  • Peru  • Uganda  • Burkina Faso  • Qatar  • Indonesia  • México  • Cross Cutting  • Vanuatu

Greening Uganda’s Urbanization and Industrialization Project Brochure Supported by the EU Uganda
Report
Greening Uganda’s Urbanization and Industrialization Project Brochure Supported by the EU

Uganda

Achieving Green Growth and Climate Action Post-COVID-19 Caribbean  • Côte d’Ivoire  • Technical Report  • flagship-publications  • Cambodia
Report
Achieving Green Growth and Climate Action Post-COVID-19

Caribbean  • Côte d’Ivoire  • Technical Report  • flagship-publications  • Cambodia  • Colombia  • Fiji  • Jordan  • Kiribati  • Lao PDR  • Mongolia  • Mozambique  • Nepal  • Rwanda  • Senegal  • United Arab Emirates  • Viet Nam  • UAE  • Guyana  • Hungary  • Green Cities  • Ethiopia  • Morocco  • Peru  • Uganda  • Burkina Faso  • Tonga  • Forest (Sustainable) Landscapes  • Indonesia  • México  • Sustainable Energy  • Thailand  • Cross Cutting  • Vanuatu

Green Growth in Action: Achieving Green Energy Transformation Technical Report  • flagship-publications  • Cambodia  • Fiji  • India
Report
Green Growth in Action: Achieving Green Energy Transformation

Technical Report  • flagship-publications  • Cambodia  • Fiji  • India  • Mongolia  • Mozambique  • Rwanda  • Senegal  • Viet Nam  • Guyana  • Papua New Guinea  • Ethiopia  • Morocco  • Uganda  • Burkina Faso  • Indonesia  • México  • Sustainable Energy  • Thailand  • Vanuatu

Evaluation of Green Investment Services (2020) Cambodia  • Costa Rica  • Fiji  • India  • Lao PDR
Report
Evaluation of Green Investment Services (2020)

Cambodia  • Costa Rica  • Fiji  • India  • Lao PDR  • Mozambique  • Nepal  • Philippines  • Rwanda  • Senegal  • Guyana  • Hungary  • Ethiopia  • Myanmar  • Uganda  • Indonesia  • México  • Thailand  • Vanuatu  • Green Finance  • Climate Finance  • National Financing Vehicles  • NFVs

UGGDS- IMPLEMENTATION ROADMAP Uganda  • Cross Cutting
Report
UGGDS- IMPLEMENTATION ROADMAP

Uganda  • Cross Cutting

UGANDA GREEN GROWTH DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY Uganda  • Cross Cutting
Report
UGANDA GREEN GROWTH DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY

Uganda  • Cross Cutting

Kampala Municipal Solid Waste Value Chain Mapping Green Cities  • Uganda
Report
Kampala Municipal Solid Waste Value Chain Mapping

Green Cities  • Uganda

Value Chain Analysis Report and Investment Options on MSWM in Kampala Green Cities  • Uganda
Report
Value Chain Analysis Report and Investment Options on MSWM in Kampala

Green Cities  • Uganda

GGGI, Government of Uganda, NCE, and EPRC Launch a Macro Economic Analysis of the Potential of Green Growth in Uganda Report Uganda  • Cross Cutting
Report
GGGI, Government of Uganda, NCE, and EPRC Launch a Macro Economic Analysis of the Potential of Green Growth in Uganda Report

Uganda  • Cross Cutting

Third Joint Donor Review of GGGI (2015) Paraguay  • Cambodia  • Colombia  • Costa Rica  • Fiji
Report
Third Joint Donor Review of GGGI (2015)

Paraguay  • Cambodia  • Colombia  • Costa Rica  • Fiji  • India  • Jordan  • Kiribati  • Lao PDR  • Mongolia  • Mozambique  • Nepal  • Philippines  • Rwanda  • Senegal  • United Arab Emirates  • Viet Nam  • Guyana  • Papua New Guinea  • Hungary  • Ethiopia  • Morocco  • Myanmar  • Peru  • Uganda  • Qatar  • Indonesia  • México  • Thailand  • Vanuatu  • Gender and Inclusive Development  • Climate Resilient and Green Growth  • Green Finance

GGGI In-Country Staff

Patricia Oboliale

Senior Associate Finance

Faithful Atusinguza

Senior Officer Sanitation

Byungchul Jeon

Climate Finance Associate

Phillip Muwanika

Senior Officer-Green Investment- Private Sector Support.

Ronnie Ssejjuko

Green Buildings and Waste Management Intern

Mariah Kizza

Associate, Finance and Administration/ Communication

Global Green Growth Institute

Ronald McGill

Project Lead, Greening Uganda's Urbanization and Industrialization

Arthur Ssebbugga Kimeze

Senior Climate Finance Technical Officer

Global Green Growth Institute

Fred Tuhairwe

Associate Energy Officer

Global Green Growth Institute

David Sengozi Kyeyune

Sustainable Landscapes and Agriculture Officer

Global Green Growth Institute

Vanessa Namayanja

Communication and Media Development officer

Global Green Growth Institute

Dagmar Zwebe

Country Representative, Uganda

Muhammad Ali Shaikh

Project Manager: Solid Waste and Fecal Sludge Management Africa (and Europe); Waste CoP Co-Lead

George Asiimwe

Senior Officer - Senior Urban Specialist