IGC Uganda delivers research and policy analysis and options in response to requests from the Government of Uganda. We provide cutting edge evidence to inform policy in areas such as regional trade and economic integration, firm capabilities, taxation and public expenditure, and labour markets and skills.

Uganda’s priorities for growth during its economic recovery include raising domestic savings, improving the effectiveness of government programs, and increasing productivity in industry and services. Since 2012, the IGC Uganda country programme has collaborated with the government on projects aimed at boosting foreign direct investment, integrating regional economies, and raising incomes for inclusive growth. Specific projects include research on: 

Going forward, IGC Uganda will continue to focus on trade, infrastructure, and cities and expand work on effectiveness of state programs and climate sustainability. 

The IGC Uganda Country Programme is generously hosted at the Bank of Uganda, and works in close partnership with a number of clients across Government. Key institutional collaborations include: 

 As the priorities of the Ugandan government evolve, the IGC will expand to cover new research areas. The team looks forward to a vigorously growing programme, and the emergence of even stronger partnerships.


c/o Bank of Uganda
Research Department
Plot 37-45 Kampala Road
P.O. Box 7120 Kampala, Uganda

Email: [email protected] 
Twitter: @IGC_Uganda

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