Ministerial Policy

Statement
FY2017/18
for

Sector 10
Social Development

Submitted to Parliament for the
Debate of Revenue and Expenditure

March, 2017
THE REPUBLIC OF UGANDA

Ministerial Policy
Statement
FY2017/18
FY2015/16

for

Sector 10
Social Development

Submitted to Parliament for the
Debate of Revenue and Expenditure

March, 2017
April 2015

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Table of contents
Forward���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������v
Abbreviations and Acronyms���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� xiii
Executive Summary����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������xv

Vote Overview�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������1
I. Vote Mission Statement���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������1
II. Strategic Objectives��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������1
III. Major Achievements in 2016/17���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������1
IV. Medium Term Plans������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������5
V. Summary of Past Performance and Medium Term Budget Allocations�������������������������������������������� 11
VI. Budget By Economic Classification������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
VII. Budget By Programe And Subprogramme����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
VIII. Programme Performance and Medium Term Plans������������������������������������������������������������������������ 13
IX. Major Capital Investments And Changes In Resource Allocation���������������������������������������������������� 20
X. Vote Challenges����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 25
XI. Vote Cross Cutting Policy And Other Budgetary Issues�������������������������������������������������������������������� 29

Annexes�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������55
Annex 1: Sub-Programme Annual Workplan Outputs for MoGLSD ���������������������������������������������������� 57
1.0. Sub Programme Annual Work Plans Output for FY2016/17 Physical Performance��������������������� 97
2.0. Sub Programme Annual Work Plans Output for FY2017/18���������������������������������������������������������� 109
Annex 2: Cash flow Projections FY2017/18 for MoGLSD���������������������������������������������������������������������� 119
Annex 3: Organogram for MoGLSD��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 121
Annex 4: Costed Staff List for Staff in Post for MoGLSD���������������������������������������������������������������������� 123
Annex 5: Recruitment Plan for MoGLSD������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 139
Annex 6: Wage Overview for MoGLSD��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 141
Annex 7: Procurement Plan for MoGLSD������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 143
Annex 8: Budget Overview for MoGLSD������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 205
Annex 9: Itemised Budget for MoGLSD��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 207
Annex 10: Vehicle Utilisation Report for MoGLSD�������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 237
Annex 11: Asset Register for MoGLSD����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 243

Vote Overview (EOC)��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������321
I. Vote Mission Statement (EOC)��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 321
II. Strategic Objective (EOC)���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 321
III. Performance 2016/17���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 321
IV. Medium Term Plans (EOC)������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 322
V. Summary of Past Performance and Medium Term Budget Allocations (EOC)������������������������������ 323
VI. Budget By Economic Classifications (EOC)������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 323
VII. Budget By Programme And Subprogramme (EOC)����������������������������������������������������������������������� 324

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VIII. Programme Performance and Medium Term Plans (EOC)��������������������������������������������������������� 324
IX. Major Capital Investments And Changes In Resource Allocation (EOC)������������������������������������� 326
X. Vote Narrative For Past And Medium Term Plans (EOC)����������������������������������������������������������������� 326
XI. Vote Cross Cutting Policy And Other Budgetary Issues (EOC)������������������������������������������������������ 327

Annexes (EOC)������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������329
Annex 1: Sub-Programme Annual Workplan Outputs for EOC����������������������������������������������������������� 331
Annex 2: Cash flow Projections FY2017/18 for EOC ���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 341
Annex 3:Organogram for EOC������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 343
Annex 4: Costed Staff List for Staff in Post for EOC������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 347
Annex 5: Recruitment Plan for EOC��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 351
Annex 6: Wage Overview for EOC������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 353
Annex 7: Procurement Plan for EOC ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 355
Annex 8: Budget Overview for EOC��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 383
Annex 9: Itemised Budget for EOC����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 385
Annex 10: Vehicle Utilisation Report for EOC���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 399
Annex 11: Asset Register for EOC������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 401

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Forward

Madam Speaker and Honourable Members of Parliament, in line with the
Public Finance Management Act 2015, am delighted to present the Policy
Forward
Statement for the Social Development Sector in support of their Estimates of
Revenue and Expenditure for the FY2017/18.

Madam Speaker and Honourable Members, the Policy Statement is presented
in three (3) main sections: Section A is for Vote 018: Ministry of Gender,
Labour and Social Development; Section B is for Vote 124: Equal Opportunities
Commission (EOC) and Section C is for Vote 501 - 850: Local Governments
(LGs).

This submission emphasizes the Sector's commitment to satisfying its
mandate, i.e. "to empower communities to harness their potential through
skills development, labour productivity and cultural growth for sustainable and
gender responsive development". The Sector plans to achieve this, through the
promotion of gender equity and equality, labour productivity, social protection
and social transformation of communities.

Madam Speaker and Honourable Members, I wish to echo that the Social
Development Sector promotes community level actions to reduce poverty and
plays a supporting role that creates the required conducive environment for the
other sectors to effectively deliver services to all other sections of the
population.

Notwithstanding the crucial role that the Sector plays in creating demand for
social services and laying a foundation for other sectors to improve their
outcomes, the Sector is one of the least funded. In the MTEF for FY2017/18, it
has been allocated Shs165.73Bn representing 0.75% out of Shs21,993.16Bn
the national resource envelope showing a decrease of Shs26.88Bn in nominal
values and 13.96% over FY2016/17.

Madam Speaker and Honourable Members, during the FY2016/17, the Sector
approved budget was Shs192.62Bn. Out of that amount, MGLSD was allocated
Shs178.33Bn. A total of Shs7.64Bn was allocated to LGs and Shs6.65Bn was
allocated to Equal Opportunities Commission. With these resources, the Sector
focus was to:

1. Empower communities for increased involvement and participation in the
development process;
2. Protect Vulnerable and marginalized persons from deprivation and
livelihood risks; and
3. Improve environment for increasing employment and labour productivity.

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The Sector, Madam Speaker and Honourable Members, amidst the resources,
faced a number of challenges during the financial year of discussion. The
significant challenges among others were the following:
(i) Inadequate ceiling to cover priority non-wage recurrent
expenditures of the MDAs in the Sector;
(ii) Operationalization of the budget allocation efficiency as a
requirement to limit the budget allocations to administrative and
consumptive activities;
(iii) High and increasing number of vulnerable persons;
(iv) Inadequate human resources;
(v) Congestion in children institutions and under feeding;
(vi) Lack of regional offices for EOC;
(vii) Limited understanding of social development sector interventions;
(viii) Reducing youth unemployment;
(ix) Influx of People on the Streets in Towns;
(x) Inadequate Labour Market Information;
(xi) Overwhelming demand by the youth and women for support of
their Income Generating Activities (IGAs);
(xii) Group dynamics in the Youth Livelihood Programme (YLP) and
Uganda Women Entrepreneurship Programme (UWEP)supported
projects;
(xiii) Misinformation / negative campaign by perpetual saboteurs of
the YLP and UWEP; and
(xiv) Low staffing levels at the Ministry institutions.

Madam Speaker and Honourable Members, I wish to bring to your attention
that the Sector Ceiling in FY2017/18 has been cut to Shs165.73Bn reflecting a
decrease of Shs26.88Bn in nominal values and 13.96% over FY
2016/17including Arrears (Shs0.184Bn for Vote 018: MoGLSD). The
communications through 2nd and 3rd Budget Call Circulars (BCC) from the
Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development (MoFPED) indicated
that the resources reduced (Shs26.88Bn) were for programmes intended to
improve youth livelihood, employment and women empowerment (funds for
enterprises) as well as consumptive items. During the financial year under
review, Shs151.69Bn has been allocated Ministry of Gender, Labour and social
Development (MoGLSD), Shs7.64Bn allocated to Local Governments (LGs) and
Shs6.40Bn allocated to Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC). With these
resources, the Sector focus among others will be to:

1. Continue empowering communities for increased involvement and
participation in the development process by:

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(i) Pursuing aggressive programmes for affirmative actions for women
participation in decision making process at all levels and
empowering them through provision of women credit facilities
among others;
(ii) Mobilizing and empowering communities by printing and
disseminating 6000 copies of the National Community
Development Policy;
(iii) Supporting 15 traditional leaders with honorarium of Shs0.005
billion per month;
(iv) Disseminating National Community Development Policy to 38
District Community
(v) Finalizing draft principle of Repeal of Uganda National Culture
Centre Act;
(vi) Printing and disseminating the Creative Economy Action Plan;
(vii) Finalizing FAL Curriculum with Food & Nutrition Security and
Early Childhood Development issue;
(viii) Supporting the Inter-Religious Council, National Library of Uganda
and National Cultural Centre with subventions;
(ix) Developing Gender and Equity Budgeting Compacts for
Education, Water and Sanitation Compacts;
(x) Developing a National Policy and Action Plan on elimination of
Gender Based Violence in Uganda;
(xi) Conducting Plan and Review Meetings for 60 UWEP Focal Point
DCDOs, MGLSD staff and Technical Support Unit members to
conduct field visit to get baseline information from field;
(xii) Supporting a total of 349 women groups with women Enterprise
funds worth Shs1,708,725,080;
(xiii) Evaluating the Uganda Gender Policy;
(xiv) Developing Gender and Equity compacts for the Health and
Education Sectors;
(xv) Orienting a total of 116 LGs on Gender Planning and Equity; and
(xvi) Supporting the commemoration of the 16 days of Activism Against
Gender Based Violence.

2. Continue Improving environment for increasing employment and
labour productivity by:
(i) Promoting labour, productivity and employment through increased
inspection;
(ii) Compensating a total of 45 Government workers;
(iii) Settling 200 workers complaints and disputes;

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(iv) Mobilizing 3000 stakeholders to commemorate the International
Labour Day on 1st May 2018 and attend the International Labour
Conference in Geneva;
(v) Inspecting 300 work places for OSH standards/ regulations;
(vi) Examining and certifying 286 statutory lifting equipment:
(vii) Training 50 workers on Occupational Safety and Health
Management Information Systems;
(viii) Monitoring 60 external recruitment agencies, 30 Informal Sector
Associations and 28 companies where Ugandan migrants workers
are employed;
(ix) Registering and inspecting 800 Work places (600 for registration
and 200 for inspection);
(x) Inspecting work places in relation to terms and conditions of work;
(xi) Supporting the Labour & Industrial Relations and Industrial
Court sub programmes to speeding up the handling of the labour
disputes and backlog;
(xii) Increasing inspection to ensure Occupational Safety and Health
Standards are followed;
(xiii) Promoting Chemical safety and security as well as Programme for
the Green Jobs and Fair labour markets in Uganda;
(xiv) Finalizing the pending regulatory framework (those under review
and in draft form).

3. Continue Protecting Vulnerable and marginalized persons from
deprivation and livelihood risks by

(i) Continuing to pursue aggressive programmes for: jobs creation to
absorb youth who are ready for the job market; strengthening
mechanisms to ensure protection of children; enhancing gender
equity and equality; elimination of Gender Based Violence;
empowerment of PWDs and the elderly;
(ii) Concentrating on the renovation and rehabilitation of children,
youth and PWDs institutions which are in dilapidated state;
(iii) Increasing provision of services to the Vulnerable and marginalized
groups;
(iv) Implementing National Policy and Action Plan on Elimination of
GBV;
(v) Supporting National Women Council with wage and non-wage
subvention;

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(vi) SupportingReproductive, Educative and Community Health
(REACH)Programme to implement activities for the prevention for
Female Genital Mutilation/cutting;
(vii) Supporting 2642 women groups with skills development and
Income Generating Activities (IGAs);
(viii) Supporting 5000 Income Generating Activities for Youth under
Youth Livelihood Programme;
(ix) Purchasing 162 motor cycles for YLP local Government
coordinators;
(x) Produce and submit timely Budget documents to the relevant
offices;
(xi) Conducting Assessment of MDAs BFP and MPS for Gender and
Equity;
(xii) Reviewing the Equal Opportunities Policy and Equity Promotion
Strategy;
(xiii) Conducting Social Equity and Rights Inspections in eight (8) LGs;
(xiv) Training and providing tool kits to 600 Youths in non-vocational
and entrepreneur skills development;
(xv) Rehabilitating and providing startup capital to 100 children from
Kampiringisa;
(xvi) Supporting implementation of Youth Livelihood Programme to
provide employment and livelihood improvement to the youth;
(xvii) Supporting the Social Assistance Grant for Empowerment (SAGE)
enrollment and expansion to additional 20 LGs delivery through
private payment service provider to 139,274 beneficiaries;
(xviii) Supporting a total of 450 projects, worth Ushs3, 648,197,663 for
5,414 beneficiaries;
(xix) Providing support and monitor services 15 LGs to implement the
SAGE;
(xx) Assessing a total of 35 children protection working group
organizations on how to strengthen child protection systems; and
(xxi) Finalizing the pending regulatory framework(those under review
and in draft form).

Madam Speaker and Honourable Members, the Sector total budget allocation
for FY2017/18 is inadequate given its wide Mandate and the constituencies it
serves. Some of the Sector priorities have been allocated insufficient funds
while others have not received resources at all. Therefore,the Sector requires an
additional Shs262.479Bn (Shs148.479Bn for underfunded and Shs114.00Bn
for unfunded activities). The breakdown is as follows:

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Underfunded activities Shs148.479Bn.
(i) Youth Livelihood Programme Shs8.00Bn;
(ii) Social Assistance Grant for Empowerment (SAGE) Shs11.65Bn;
(iii) Uganda Women Entrepreneurship Programme (UWEP) Shs3.00Bn;
(iv) Domestic Arrears Shs2.97Bn;
(v) Children Welfare Shs1.700Bn;
(vi) Community Development Functions at the LGs Shs32.359Bn;
(vii) Promotion of Chemical Safety and security Shs24.00Bn; and
(viii) Green Jobs Shs64.80Bn.

Unfunded Activities Shs114.00Bn
(i) Purchase of office accommodation: Shs64.000 Bn;
(ii) Hosting JAMAFEST Shs6.000Bn;
(iii) Hosting Common Wealth Youth Ministers Meeting Shs6.00Bn;
(iv) Readiness Support to Social Development Institutions (RESUSODI)
Shs18.00Bn;
(v) Strengthening Culture and Creative Industry (STRECCI)
Shs9.00Bn;
(vi) Minimum Wages Board and Medical Arbitration Board Shs3.00Bn;
and
(vii) Gender and Equity Certificate Shs8.00 Bn.

It is against the above background that I would like to petition to you Madam
Speaker and Honourable Members to consider and vote additional resources of
Shs262.479Bn for the Sector to be able to serve its constituencies.

Conclusion

Madam Speaker and Honourable Members, I wish to conclude by requesting
that the Committee votes Shs165.73Bn to the Sector to enable it carry out the
planned activities in FY2017/18. The Shs165.73Bnhas been distributed as
follows:
(i) Shs151.69Bn is for Vote 018: Ministry of Gender, Labour and
Social Development of which Shs0.184Bn is Domestic
Arrearsresulting from budgeting. Out of Shs0.184Bn,
Shs0.069Bn is Gratuity Arrears and Shs0.115Bn is
Electricity and Water Arrears;
(ii) Shs6.40Bn for Vote 124: Equal Opportunities Commission; and
(iii) Shs7.64Bn for Vote 501-850 Local Government (LGs) i.e Higher
Local Governments (LC V i.e Districts and Municipalities) and
Lower Local Governments (LC IIIi.e Sub counties and Divisions).
These funds are for the Consolidated Non-Wage Recurrent
Transfers for the decentralized Social Development Sector activities
in the Local Government. The activities among others include:
- Probation and welfare activities;

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- Public Libraries;
- Elderly and disability;
- Functional Adult Literacy;
- Community rehabilitation services;
- Culture and community Development;
- Councils (Women, Youth and Disability)

Finally, I wish to thank Parliament, MDAs, Development Partners and all other
stakeholders for the assistance extended to my Sector during the FY2016/17.
It is my deepest hope that this support and encouragement will continue to
increase in the coming FY2017/18 as we attempt to improve the livelihoods of
our people.

Janat B Mukwaya (Hajat)
MINISTER

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Abbreviations and Acronyms

ARLAC African Labour Advisory Centre
BCC Budget Call Circular
BFPs Budget Framework Papers
Bn Billion
Abbreviations and Acronyms
CBO Community Based Organisation
CBR Community Based Rehabilitation
CBSD Community Based Services Departments
CD Community Dialogue
CDWs Community Development Workers
CSO Civil Society Organisations
EAC East African Community
EOC Equal Opportunities Commission
FAL Functional Adult Literacy
FGM Female Genital Mutilation
FBOs Faith Based Organisations
FY Financial Year
GBV Gender Based Violence
GoU Government of Uganda
HIV/AIDS Human Immunodeficiency Virus/ Acquired Immune Deficiency
Syndrome
ICE Information, Communication and Education
IEC Information, Education and Communication
IECD Integrated Early Childhood Development
IFMS International Financial Management Information System
ILO International Labour Organisation
LGs Local Governments
LMIS Labour Market Information System
M&E Monitoring and Evaluation
MDAs Ministries, Departments and Agencies
MoFPED Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
M0oGLSD Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development
MP Member of Parliament
MT Medium Term
MTEF Medium Term Expenditure Framework

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NALMIS National Adult Literacy Management Information System
NAPAL National Action Plan for Adult Learning
NCC National Council for Children
NCD National Council for Disability
NGO Non-Governmental Organisation
NPA National Planning Authority
NWC National Women's Council
NYC National Youth Council
OPM Office of the Prime Minister
OSH Occupational Safety and Health
OVC Orphans and Other Vulnerable Children
PROGREL Promotion of Green Jobs and Fair Labour Market in Uganda
PWDs Persons with Disability
RBA Right Based Approach
REACH Reproductive, Educative and Community Health Programme
SSASHEW Strengthening Safeguards, Safety and Health at Workplaces
SDIP Social Development Sector Investment Plan
SDS Social Development Sector
SDSP Social Development Sector Plan
Ugshs Uganda Shillings
UN United Nations
UNFPA United Nations Fund for Population Activities
UNICEF United Nations International Children's Education Fund
USAID United States Agency for International Development
UWEP Uganda Women Entrepreneurship Programme
YLP Youth Livelihood Programme

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Executive Summary Executive Summary
1.0 INTRODUCTION /BACKGROUND
1.1 Composition of the Sector

1.1.1 Votes

The Sector Policy Statement is composed of three(3) votes. These are:
- Vote 018: Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development;
- Vote 124: Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC); and
- Vote 501-850: Local Governments (LGs).

1.1.2 Programmes
Programmes are the former vote functions or thematic areas under the different
Votes.

1.1.2.1 Under Vote 018: Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development,
there are five (5) Programmes. These are:
- 1001 Community Mobilization and Empowerment;
- 1002 Mainstreaming Gender &Women Empowerment;
- 1003 Promotion of Labour and Decent Employment;
- 1004 Social Protection for the Vulnerable Groups; and
- 1049 General Administration, Policy, Planning and Support
Services.

1.1.2.2 Under Vote 124: Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC), there is one
(1) Programme:
- 1006 Promotion of Equal Opportunities and Redressing Imbalance

1.1.2.3 Under Vote 501-850: Local Governments (LGs), there is one (1)
Programme:
- 1081 Community Mobilization and Empowerment

1.1.3 Cost Centres (Sub Programmes)
The sub programmes are the projects approved and reflected in the Public
Investment Plan (PIP) for FY2017/18 and departments.

1.1.3.1 Sub-programmes in Vote 018: Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social
Development under the different Programmes:

1.1.3.1.1 Community Mobilization and Empowerment Programme has two (2)
sub-programmes. These are:
- Code 14: Culture and Family Affairs Department; and

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- Code 13: Community Development and Literacy Department.

1.1.3.1.2 Mainstreaming Gender and Women Empowerment Programme has
two (2) the sub-programmes. These are:
- Code 11: Gender and Women Affairs Department; and
- Code 1367: Uganda Women Entrepreneurship Programme (UWEP)
Development Project in the PIP.

1.1.3.1.3 Promotion of Labour, and Decent Employment Programme has six
(6) sub-programmes. These are:
- Code 06: Labour and Industrial Relations Department;
- Code 07: Occupational Safety and Health Department;
- Code 08: The Industrial Court;
- Code 15: Employment Services Department;
- Code 1488: Chemical Safety & Security Development Project in
the PIP; and
- Code 1379: Promotion Green Jobs and Fair Labour Markets in
Uganda (PROGREL) Development Project in the PIP.

1.1.3.1.4 Social Protection for the Vulnerable Groups Programmehas four (4)
sub-programmes. These are:
- Code 03: Disability and Elderly Department;
- Code 05: Youth and Children Affairs Department;
- Code 12: Equity and Rights Department; and
- Code 1366: Youth Livelihood Programme (YLP) Development
Project in the PIP.

1.1.3.1.5 General Administration, Policy, Planning and Support Services, has
four (4) sub programmes. These are:
- Code 01: Finance and Administration;
- Code 09: Offices of the Directors;
- Code 16: Internal Audit; and
- Code 0345: Strengthening the Ministry of Gender, Labour and
Social Development and Renovation and Rehabilitation of its
Institutions Development Project in the PIP.

1.1.3.2 Sub Programs in Vote 124: Equal Opportunities Commission under the
different Programmes:

1.1.3.2.1 Promotion of Equal Opportunities and Redressing Imbalances
Programmehas five (5) sub programmes. These are:
- Code 01: Statutory Department;
- Code 02: Legal Services and Investigations;
- Code 03: Administration, Finance and Planning;
- Code 04: Research, Monitoring and Evaluation; and

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- Code 05: Education, Training, Information and Communication.

1.1.3.3 Sub Programs in Vote 501-850: Community Mobilization and
Empowerment

1.1.3.3.1 The community mobilization and empowerment programme has only
one (1) sub programme.
- Code 09: Community Services Department;

1.2 Mandate
1.2.1 The Mandate of the Sector is to mobilize and empower communities to
harness their potential while, protecting the rights of vulnerable
population groups;
1.2.2 The Sector promotes issues of labour productivity and employment,
social protection, gender equality & equity, human rights, culture and
empowerment;

1.2.3 Overall, the Sector aims to achieve a better standard of living, equity and
social cohesion;
1.2.4 The Sector is responsible for the protection and promotion of the rights of
the vulnerable population, addressing gender inequalities, ensuring
cultural growth, labour and employment as well as community
mobilization and empowerment. Therefore, the Sector plays a
fundamental role in creating demand for social services and laying a
foundation for other sectors to improve their outcomes.
1.3 Sector Vision, Mission and Goal
1.3.1 Vision
“A better standard of living, equity and social cohesion”

1.3.2 Mission
“Promotion of gender equality, social protection and transformation of
communities”

1.3.3 Goal
“Promote employment and productivity, positive cultural values, rights of
vulnerable groups and gender responsive development”

1.3.4 Objectives

1.3.4.1 The Sector objectives are to:

(i) Promote decent employment opportunities and labour productivity;

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(ii) Enhance effective participation of communities in the development
process;
(iii) Enhance the resilience and productive capacity of the vulnerable
persons for inclusive growth;
(iv) Empower youth to harness their potential and increase self-
employment, productivity and competitiveness;
(v) Promote rights, gender equality & equity and women empowerment
in the development process;
(vi) Strengthen the performance of the Social Development Sector (SDS)
institutions; and
(vii) Redress imbalances and promote equal opportunity for all.

1.3.5 Outcomes
The sector Outcomes under the different Programmes are:
(i) Reduced imbalance existing between men and women, boys and
girls, vulnerability in terms of access, control, ownership, benefit,
rights, responsibilities and participation
(ii) Increased percentage contribution of creative and cultural industries
to economic development ;
(iii) Increased percentage of households accessing and participating in
development activities;
(iv) Increased percentage of marginalized groups participating in and
benefiting from sustainable development initiatives;
(v) Increased percentage of beneficiaries of social protection
programmes with the capacity to meet their basic needs and access
social services;
(vi) Increased proportion of workforce in productive and decent
employment;
(vii) Increased percentage of empowered Women that have ownership,
access, and control of resources ;
(viii) Increased Women’s representation in decision making at all levels ;
(ix) Increased number of sectors and Local Governments that have
mainstreamed gender and rights concerns in policies, plans and
Budgets;
(x) Reduced prevalence of GBV (Physical, Sexual, Defilement of Children
and FGM);
(xi) Increased protected rights of vulnerable groups; and
(xii) Visible, strong, sustainable, efficient and effective social
development institutions supporting service delivery for the SDS.

2.0 SECTOR CONTRIBUTION TO THE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
(NDP) II FY2015/16-FY2019/20

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2.1 The Social Development Sector formulated a total of seven (7) objectives
and designed interventions therein in order to achieve the NDP II goal and
the proposed strategies.
These are to:
(i) Promote decent employment opportunities and labour productivity;
(ii) Enhance effective participation of communities in the development
process;
(iii) Improve the resilience and productive capacity of the vulnerable
persons for inclusive growth;
(iv) Improve the capacity of youth to harness their potential and
increase self-employment, productivity and competitiveness;
(v) Promote rights, gender equality and women empowerment in the
development process;
(vi) Improve the performance of the SDS institutions; and
(vii) Redress imbalances and promote equal opportunity for all.

2.2 NDP II Objectives

The NDP has four (4) objectives. There are to:
(i) Increase sustainable production, productivity and Value addition
in key growth opportunities;
(ii) Increase the stock and quality of strategic infrastructure to
accelerate the country’s competitiveness;
(iii) Enhance Human Capital Development; and
(iv) Strengthen mechanisms for quality and effective service delivery.

2. 3 NDP II Strategies

In order to achieve the NDP II objectives, six (6) strategies were developed.
These are:
(i) Ensuring macro-economic stability with fiscal expansion for
frontloading infrastructure investments;
(ii) Industrialization and export oriented growth through value
addition, agro processing, mineral beneficiation, selected heavy
and light manufacturing;
(iii) An employment creation strategy through fast tracking skills
development and harnessing the demographic dividend;
(iv) Strong Public / Private Partnership for sustainable development;
(v) A private sector led growth and a quasi – market approach; and
(vi) Strengthening governance mechanism and structures.

2.4 The Social Development Sector contributes to all the NDP II objectives.
The Sector interventions, however, are matched with all strategies
proposed in the Plan save for “ensuring Macro-economic stability with
fiscal expansion for frontloading infrastructure investments”.

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3.0 GENDER AND EQUITY COMPLIANCE

Gender and equity issues are affecting the delivery of sector services to the
community. The issues are a result of imbalance between men and women;
boys and girls; vulnerability in terms of access, control, ownership, benefit,
rights, responsibilities and participation.
3.1 Objectives

The Ministry has designed objectives to address the imbalances identified.
These are:

3.1.1 Gender Equality Objectives

(i) To promote rights, gender equality & rights and women empowerment
in the development process; and
(ii) To improve the performance of the SDS institutions;

3.1.2 Equity Objectives

(i) To enhance effective participation of communities in the development
process; and
(ii) To redress imbalances and promote equal opportunities for all.

3.1.3 Social Inclusion and Participation Objectives

(i) To promote decent employment opportunities and labour productivity;
(ii) To improve the resilience and productive capacity (participation) of the
vulnerable groups (youth, women and PWDs) for inclusive growth;
and
(iii) To improve the capacity of youth to harness their potential and
increase self-employment, productivity and competitiveness.
3.2 Gender Issues and Equity Issues

The Sector has identified gender and equity issues, significant among others
are the following:

3.2.1 Gender Issues

(i) Limited economic empowerment and entrepreneurship
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women;
MPS:
(ii) Limited participation
Ministry of Gender, of
councils; and
women
Labour in Social
and decision making at all level of the
Development

(iii) Gender Based Violence.

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3.2.2 Equity Issues

(i) Limited participation of the vulnerable groups and the special interest
group (youth, women and PWDs) in the economic, social and political
developments;
(ii) Increasing number of children in the Ministry Institutions/centres
leading to limited access to the basic needs / services; and
(iii) Limited access to justice by the juveniles.

3.3 Sector Interventions

The Sector interventions among others to address the above issues are:
3.3.1 Inclusive /Universal Interventions
(i) Mainstreaming Gender and Rights in policies, plans and programmes
in sectors and Local Governments;
(ii) Establishing and expanding comprehensive social protection
programmes for vulnerable persons;
(iii) Strengthening the scope of social assistance grant to vulnerable
groups;
(iv) Expanding the scope and coverage of the social security services;
(v) Expanding labour intensive public works to poor and vulnerable
households;
(vi) Enhancing Social Rehabilitation;
(vii) Strengthening the capacity of stakeholders in human rights
promotion, protection and reporting;
(viii) Promoting formulation of gender sensitive policies, plans and
programmes in all sectors and Local Governments with a focus on
emerging areas of climate change and oil and gas;
(ix) Preventing and responding to Gender Based Violence;
(x) Formulating a National Sexual Harassment Policy;
(xi) Eliminating discrimination, marginalization and ensure that all
persons have equal opportunities in accessing goods and services;
(xii) Enhancing effective participation of the marginalized groups in social,
economic and political activities for sustainable and equitable
development; and
(xiii) Strengthening the capacity of the state and non-state actors to
mainstream equal opportunities and affirmative action in all policies,
laws, plans, programmes, activities, practice of traditional cultures,
usages and customs.
3.3.2 Specific Interventions

(i) Promoting access to social care and support services including OVC,
PWDs and older persons;

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(ii) Promoting and protecting the rights of vulnerable groups-children,
PWDs, older persons against abuse, exploitation, violence and neglect;
(iii) Promoting the formulation of legal frameworks for vulnerable persons
at all levels;
(iv) Strengthening child protection systems;
(v) Preventing and responding to Female Genital Mutilation / Cutting
(FGM);
(vi) Promoting women economic empowerment through entrepreneurship
skills, provision of incentives, and enhancing their participation in
decision making at all levels;
(vii) Establishing the National Council for Older Persons; and
(viii) Training of the youth and PWDs in the Ministry institutions in
vocational skills.
4 SECTOR PERFORMANCE (FIRST HALF OF FY2016/17)
4.1 FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

4.1.1 The total Sector approved Budget for FY2016/17 was Shs192.62bn
(Shs178.33Bn for Vote 018: Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social
Development (MLGSD); Shs6.65Bn for Vote: 124 Equal Opportunities
Commission (EOC); and Shs7.64Bn for Vote 501-850 Local
Governments (LGs));

4.1.1.1 The Shs178.33Bn was composed of: Shs3.43Bn for wages;
Shs22.11Bn Non-wage and Shs152.79Bn Domestic Development. No
resources are expected from Donors Development Budget save
Shs27.352Bn for Off Budget Interventions from Irish Aid; DFID;
UNICEF; UNFPA; DVV- International.Shs23.618Bn from DFID out of
Shs27.352Bn is for Social Assistance Grant for Empowerment (SAGE);

4.1.1.2 The Shs6.65Bn was allocated as follows: Shs2.517Bn for wages;
Shs3.84Bn Non-wage; Shs0.300Bn Domestic Development;

4.1.1.3 The Shs7.64Bnwas for Social Development Sector Conditional Grants
to the LGs (Districts and Municipalities) to implement decentralized
services under the Social Development Sector related activities among
others are:
(i) Probation and welfare;
(ii) Labour related activities;
(iii) Culture and Community development;
(iv) Functional Adult Literacy;
(v) Women’s Youth and Disability Council’s;
(vi) Income Generating Activities for Persons with Disabilities;
(vii) Probation and welfare services;
(viii) Community Mobilization and Empowerment,
(ix) Community Based Rehabilitation; and

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(x) Public Libraries.
(x) Public Libraries.
4.1.1.4 For the first two (2) Quarters (July-December, 2016), the Sector
received
4.1.1.4 For the Shs43.255Bn.
first two (2) By the end(July-December,
Quarters of December, 2016 the the
2016), Sector had
Sector
spent Shs42.175Bn representing 97.50% absorption
received Shs43.255Bn. By the end of December, 2016 the Sector hadcapacity as
follows:Shs42.175Bn representing 97.50% absorption capacity as
spent
(i) Vote 018: MLGSD had received a total release of Shs36.21Bn
follows:
representing
(i) Vote 018: MLGSD20.31%had ofreceived
the Budget. The Ministry
a total release spent
of Shs36.21Bn
Shs35.13Bn representing 19.70% budget performance
representing 20.31% of the Budget. The Ministry spent and 97.0%
absorption. representing 19.70% budget performance and 97.0%
Shs35.13Bn
(ii) absorption.
Vote 124: EOC had received a total release of Shs3.225Bn
representing
(ii) Vote 124: EOC50.00%
had of the Budget.
received a total The Commission
release spent
of Shs3.225Bn
Shs3.225Bnrepresenting
representing 50.00% of the 100% budget
Budget. The performance
Commission spent and
absorption; and
Shs3.225Bnrepresenting 100% budget performance and
(iii) absorption;
Vote 501-850:andLocal Governments had received a total release of
(iii) Shs3.82Bn
Vote 501-850:representing 50.00% ofhad
Local Governments thereceived
Budget.a The
totalLGs spent
release of
representing50.00%
Shs3.82Bn representing 100%of the
budget performance
Budget. The LGs spent and
absorption. representing 100% budget performance and
Shs3.82Bn
absorption.
4.1.1.5 The details are presented in the Table 4.1.1 below.
4.1.1.5 The details are presented in the Table 4.1.1 below.
Table 4.1.1 Financial Budget Performance for the 1st and 2nd Quarters of
Table 4.1.1FY2016/17
Financial under
Budgetdifferent Vote Functions:
Performance for the 1st and 2nd Quarters of
FY2016/17 under different Vote Functions:
Code Vote Function Approved Released by Spent % Release
Code Vote Function Budget
Approved Dec. 2016
Released by by Dec.
Spent %spent by
Release
Budget Dec. 2016 2016
by Dec. end of Dec
spent by
Community Mobilization and 2016 end of Dec
1001
Empowerment
Community Mobilization and 3.13 1.04 1.03 99.3
1001 Mainstreaming Gender and
1002 Empowerment 3.13 1.04 1.03 99.3
Women Empowerment
Mainstreaming Gender and 44.68 8.53 8.46 99.1
1002 Promotion of Labour, Productivity
1003 Women Empowerment 44.68 8.53 8.46 99.1
and DecentofEmployment
Promotion Labour, Productivity 16.46 4.66 4.05 86.9
1003
1004 Social Protection for Vulnerable 98.63 15.68 15.52 99.0
124) and Decent Employment 16.46 4.66 4.05 86.9
1004 Policy Protection
Social Planning forandTaxesSupport
Vulnerable
(Vote: 98.63
N/A 15.68
N/A 15.52
N/A 99.0
N/A
1049
018) Services Planning and Support
Policy 15.43 6.30 6.07 96.3
1049 178.33 36.21 35.13
Services Taxes (Vote: 15.43
N/A 6.30
N/A 6.07
N/A 96.3
N/A
Arrears Promotion
and Taxes of Equal Arrears
Opportunities 6.45
178.33 3.225
36.21 3.225
35.13 100
N/A N/A N/A N/A
1006 and redressof Equal Opportunities
Promotion 6.45 3.225 3.225 100
1006 Community
S/Total for the
and Mobilization
Sector (MTEF)
redress and 7.640
192.42 3.82
43.255 3.82
42.175 100
97.50
1081 Empowerment
Community Mobilization and 7.640 3.82 3.82 100
0
0
1081 Empowerment
1081 Empowerment
S/TotalCommunity
for the Sector (MTEF) 0
192.42 43.255 42.175 97.50
Mobilization and 7.640 3.82 3.82 100
1006 and
S/Total redress
for the Sector (MTEF) 192.42 43.255 42.175 97.50
N/A N/A N/A N/A
Arrears Promotion
and Taxes of Equal Arrears
Opportunities 6.45 3.225 3.225 100
Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development N/A N/A Ministerial
N/A Policy Statement
N/A
Arrears and Taxes Taxes (Vote:
Arrears N/A
178.33 N/A
36.21 N/A
35.13 N/A
MPS:
018)
1049
018)
Services Taxes (Vote:
Ministry of Gender,
Policy Planning and Taxes (Vote:
Support
N/A Social Development
Labour 15.43
and
N/A
N/A
6.30
N/A
N/A
6.07
N/A
N/A
96.3
N/A
124)
1004 Taxes (Vote:
Social Protection for Vulnerable N/A
98.63 N/A
15.68 N/A
15.52 N/A
99.0
124)
Grant and Decent Employment 16.46 4.66 4.05 86.9
1003 Total 192.42 43.255 42.175 97.50
Promotion of Labour, Productivity
Women Empowerment 44.68 8.53 8.46 99.1
Source:
1002 Quarterly Progress Reports for Q1 and Q2 of the Sector Votes
Mainstreaming Gender and
Empowerment 3.13 1.04 1.03 99.3
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Budget Dec. 2016 by Dec. spent by
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Grant Total 192.42 43.255 42.175 97.50
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Source: Quarterly
MinistryProgress Reports
of Gender, for Q1and
Labour and Q2 of Development
Social the Sector Votes

4.1.2
Grant Total OFF BUDGET INTERVENTIONS
192.42 43.255 42.175 97.50

Source: Quarterly
Table 4.1.2 Progress
Off Budget Reports for Q1Support
Interventions/ and Q2 of the Sector Votes
Performance FY2016/17

S/N DonorOFF BUDGET
4.1.2 Area of Support
INTERVENTIONS Approved Amount
Budget Received
Table
1 4.1.2 Off Budget
DFID and Interventions/
Social Support
Assistance Grant for Performance FY2016/17
61,750,000,000 23,618,000,000
Irish Aid Empowerment (SAGE)
2 DVV Integrated Community 565,200,000 477,754,400
S/N Donor Area
International of Support
Learning for Wealth Creation Approved Amount
(ICOLEW) Budget Received
3
1 Irish
DFIDAid-
and Gender Based Violence
Social Assistance Grant(GBV)
for 352,248,870
61,750,000,000 356,249,389
23,618,000,000
4 UNICEF
Irish Aid Uganda Child Helpline
Empowerment (SAGE) (UCHL) 1,007,733,000 544,897,000
5
2 -do-
DVV Integrated Early Childhood
Community 750,000,000
565,200,000 238,810,000
477,754,400
International Development
Learning for Wealth Creation
5 -do- (ICOLEW)
Child Protection 208,470,929 208,470,929
3
7 Irish Aid-
-do- Gender Based
Alternative CareViolence (GBV) 352,248,870
171,600,100 356,249,389
19,259,500
4
8 UNICEF
-do- Uganda Child
Nutrition Helpline Early
& Integrated (UCHL) 1,007,733,000
878,830,500 544,897,000
584,440,000
5 -do- Childhood Development
Integrated Early Childhood 750,000,000 238,810,000
(NIECD)
Development
9
5 -do- Orphans and Other Vulnerable
Child Protection 298,878,600
208,470,929 298,878,600
208,470,929
7 -do- Children (OVC)
Alternative Care 171,600,100 19,259,500
10
8 UNFPA
-do- Regular
NutritionGBV
& Integrated Early 15,030,850
878,830,500 15,030,850
584,440,000
11 -do- Joint Programme
Childhood GBV
Development 1,129,773,490 556,411,090
12 -do- (NIECD)
Joint Programme FGM 155,445,660 155,445,660
9
13 -do- Orphans
Irish and Other
Aid-Culture Vulnerable
&Family 298,878,600
36,000,000 298,878,600
36,000,000
14 -do- Children (OVC)
Swedish- Culture &Family 204,144,500 204,144,500
10
15 UNFPA
-do- Regular GBV & Sexual
Swedish-Youth 15,030,850
2,270,000 15,030,850
2,270,000
11 -do- Joint Programme
Reproductive GBV
Health 1,129,773,490 556,411,090
12
16 -do- Joint Programme
Regular- Youth & FGM
Sexual 155,445,660
103,778,999 155,445,660
35,778,999
13 -do- Reproductive Health
Irish Aid-Culture &Family 36,000,000 36,000,000
17
14 -do- Irish Aid -Youth
Swedish- Culture&&Family
Sexual 98,600,000
204,144,500 204,144,5000
15 -do- Reproductive Health
Swedish-Youth & Sexual 2,270,000 2,270,000
18 -do- Parkard Foundation
Reproductive Health - Youth 17,000,000 0
19
16 -do- Joint Programme
Regular- Youth & End Child
Sexual 35,360,000
103,778,999 0
35,778,999
Marriage
Reproductive Health
17 -do- Irish Aid -Youth & Sexual 98,600,000 0
Total 67,780,365,498 27,351,840,917
Reproductive Health
Source:
18 Compiled from
-do- MoUbetween
Parkard the Development
Foundation - Youth Partners and the Ministry.
17,000,000 0
19 -do- Joint Programme End Child 35,360,000 0
Marriage
Total 67,780,365,498 27,351,840,917
Source: Compiled from MoUbetween the Development Partners and the Ministry.

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4.1.2.1 For the first six months (July –December, 2016) a total of
Shs27,351,840,917 has been received out of Shs67,780,365,498
expected from off budget intervention reflecting 40.35% budget
performance.

4.2 PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE

Among others, the significant physical outputs are presented below in the
different areas.

4.2.1 Youth
Since the launch of the Youth Livelihood Programme (YLP) in January
2014, Government has continued with the implementation of the
Programme in response to the job creation Livelihood improvement for
the youth. As a result, at the end of March, 2017, a total of 119,857
youth (65,576 male representing 55% and 54,281 female representing
45%) directly received technical and financial support to enable them
generate and have already processed 9,438 projects worth
Shs68,406,573,379.

4.2.1.1 The beneficiaries of Youth Livelihood Programme (YLP)as fo March
2017by category are as follows:
(i) School dropout (primary and Secondary) 43,458 representing
38.0%
(ii) Completed Primary School 25,898 representing 22.6%;
(iii) Completed Primary O’ Level 19,763 representing 17.3%;
(iv) Single Parent youth 13,543 representing 11.8%;
(v) Youth with no formal Education 9,714 representing 8.5%;
(vi) Graduates of Tertiary Institutions7,946representing 6.9%;
(vii) Completed A’ Level 7,694representing 6.7%;
(viii) Youth with Disabilities 3,170 representing 2.8% and
(ix) Youth Living with HIV/ AIDs2,911 representing 2.5%.

4.2.1.2 Out of the total 9,438 projects benefiting 119,857 beneficiaries, a
total of 8,926projects benefiting 113,573youth were for Youth
Livelihood Project Support while 512 projects benefiting 6,284youth
were for Skills Development.

4.2.1.3 The 9,458 projects generated fall under the following categories:

S/N Sector Numbers Percentages
(i) Agriculture 4,034 42.4%
(ii) Trade 2,750 27.3%

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(iii) Services 1,077 13.7%
(iv) Vocational Skills 515 5.9%
(v) Industry 578 5.2%
(vi) Industry (Agro) 319 3.7%
(vii) Agro-Forestry 99 1.0%
(viii) ICT 56 0.7%
(ix) Creative Industry 10 0.1%

4.2.1.4 Revolving Funds repayment has commenced. A total of UGX.
8,923,411,160 has been repaid by 5,136 Youth Groups. The
recoveries are improving every month with weekly repayment over
Shs0.200Bn

4.2.1.5 The GIS mapping of the 1,646 projects in the 27 districts under
Phase I has been done. The maps have been printed as one of the
mechanisms of facilitating monitoring and promoting accountability
and transparency in the financing and implementation of the youth
projects.

4.2.1.6 Since the inception of the Youth Livelihood Programme, a total of
1,416Key Local Government level stakeholders have been sensitized.
These included the District Chairpersons, Resident District
Commissioners, Chief Administrative Officers, Municipal / City
Division Town Clerks
4.2.1.7 A total of 1,215 ToTtrained. The TOT form a critical mass of resource
persons that undertake training of the various key implementers of
the Programme including the beneficiary groups.
4.2.1.8 A total of 80,268 Youth have been empowered. The greater
involvement of the Youth in mobilization, sensitization, prioritization
and planning for their needs, implementation and monitoring and
evaluation of Programme activities has created a sense of
empowerment and confidence to take charge of their destiny. The
skills provided through the basic training in financial management,
entrepreneurship, business development, group dynamics and life
skills, further strengthen the empowerment of the youth involved in
the Programme.
4.2.1.9 Youth Economic Engagement: 119,857 youth in 9,438 projects are
engaged in self-employment through vocational trades and Income
Generating Activities financed under YLP.
4.2.1.10 Financial Inclusion: All the youth supported under the Programme,
receive the funds through the Commercial Banks. A number of these
youth groups had never had any dealings with the Banks before, but
are now holding savings accounts in the Commercial Banks. This is a
great achievement in the promotion of financial inclusion among the
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4.2.1.11 Reduction of the Dependency Syndrome: The revolving funds
approach is making a significant impact in the mind-set of the young
people by inculcating positive values of hard work for a living, as
opposed to the non-sustainable quest for free things (hand-outs).

4.2.2 Children

4.2.2.1 Uganda Child Helpline (the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social
Development in partnership with UNICEF, Plan Uganda and Civil
Society Organizations established the Uganda Child Helpline
(UCHL) - 116 toll free line as a mechanism to increase reporting of
cases of child abuse country wide).
(i) A total of 783,052 calls of which 9,709 were cases of child
abuse where a number of children have been rescued from
abusive situations. 3,543 of these cases were successfully
closed to the best interest of the child;
(ii) A total 42 staff including both contract and government staff
working on a 24/7 basis;
(iii) With support from partners (Plan International, Save the
Children, World Vision and UNICEF), action centers have been
established in 27 districts and are fully operational;
(iv) More than 50 schools have been sensitized on the new form of
abuse; online child sexual abuse and offenders reported caught
and charged by the Uganda Police Force;and
(v) Purchased office equipment server rack 1, IP PBX 1, GSM PBX
1, E1 lines, desktops 10, laptops 5, headsets 50, mouse 7,
keyboards 7, and tool kit.

4.2.2.2 Supported the implementation of an Alternative Care Framework
for the children. The Framework aims at delivering and facilitating
access to appropriate alternative care options for children deprived
of parental care with emphasis on the family as a first line of
response and community responsibility for the upbringing of
vulnerable children; thereby reducing institutionalization of
children. The significant outputs are:
(i) Reviewed the Assessment Tool Kit;
(ii) Trained Child Care Institution on the Disaster Risk
Management;
(iii) Regional sensitization meeting on Alternative Care Framework
and Children Approved Home Rules 2013 conducted
(iv) Developed National Alternative Care Profile
(v) Developed a Guideline Manual for Alternative Care Panel; and
(vi) Developed a training manual for Alternative Care Panel.

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4.2.2.3 During the FY 2016/17, the National Child Protection Working
Group ( this is a platform for national level child protection actors
to link, share information and learn from each other new lessons
on child protection from research, policy and practice):

(i) Developed a technical advisory paper titled,’’ Towards a
national Children Policy’’ to inform the scope and focus of the
new National Child Policy to replace the National Orphans and
Vulnerable Children Policy. The advisory paper was discussed
at a one day national dialogue.
(ii) Trained 20 national stakeholders (state and non-state) as
Trainer of Trainers on Child safeguarding to popularize the
need for child safe organizations in the country who will in turn
support the Ministry in building the capacity of child service
organizations in development and enforcement of child
safeguarding policies to ensure children are not harmed by staff
of service providers and or their representatives (consultants,
volunteers etc).
(iii) Enhanced learning and gaps identification between policy and
practice on positive parenting for child protection through a
national seminar that drew the participation of policy makers,
practitioners, and researchers. The seminar resolution was that
CPWG should continue providing leadership on further learning
on parenting through annual national events.

Social Protection

4.2.2.4 Government has finalized the development of the Social Protection
Policy and rolled Social Assistance Grant for Empowerment (SAGE) to
additional 40 Districts. The SAGE is composed of :
(i) Senior Citizen Grant to older persons aged 60 + for Karamoja
and 65 year + elsewhere; and
(ii) Vulnerable Families Grant e.g child headed households.
4.2.2.5 Empowerment grant is received by 143,367(57,829 male and 85,538
female) Senior Citizens Grant beneficiaries in the 35districts covering
477 sub counties. Each beneficiary receives Shs25,000 every month.
4.2.2.6 For the FY 2016/17, the ESP Programme paid a total of 45,307 beneficiaries
(with GOU funds). Of these 36,259 beneficiaries were paid up to December
2016, 5,245 paid up to January 2017 while 3,803 were paid up to February
2017. The funds amounting to 6,871,156,400 were paid ingrants in the
FY2016/17 and out of the total amount received in the year,
Shs4,013,627,700 was released in the third quarter during the period
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4.2.2.7 The Programme will require approximately 10,554,638,717/- to pay a total
of 56,974 (45,307 being existing beneficiaries and 11,667 are newly
targeted beneficiaries) up to June 2017. The 11,667 beneficiaries from the
five (5) districts which came on board this year have not been paid at all
and some beneficiaries are demanding payments for 4 – 6 months in
arrears.
4.2.2.8 With this money, the elderly have been able to:
(i) Increase uptake of health and education services;
(ii) Improve food security;
(iii) Increase participation, social inclusion, self-esteem and
empowerment, particularly amongst older women;
(iv) Increase capacity to meet not only beneficiaries’ basic needs but
also those of children under their care; and
(v) Pay Point Exit surveys conducted in 2014 consistently reveal
that 20-30% of beneficiaries are regularly investing in
agricultural production (Livestock, Agricultural inputs, Hire of
ox-ploughs and Hire of day-labourers).
4.2.2.9 Other achievements under the social protection for the vulnerable are:
(i) Children’s Act, 2016 approved;
(ii) National Integrated Childhood Policy Approved;
(iii) Established a council for Older persons;
(iv) National Council for Disability Regulations, 2016 approved;
(v) Regulations on children’ Act 2017 approved; and
(vi) Initiated the drafting of guidelines for Sexuality Education for
out of Schools 2016

4.2.3 Inspections

4.2.3.1 Government has achieved on enhancing human resource capacity to
provide a conducive environment for labour employment and
productivity.
4.2.3.2 The Ministry has conducted regular inspections and monitoring to
ensure compliance with labour and Occupational Safety and Health
standards country wide:
(i) 120workplaces inspected in respect to terms and conditions of
service;
(ii) 203 work places inspected country wide for OSH
Standards/Regulations;
(iii) 219 statutory equipment examined and certified;
(iv) 8 architectural plans reviewed;
(v) 60 external recruitment agencies monitored; and
(vi) 30 Informal Sector Association monitored.
4.2.3.3 Developed, reviewed and disseminated regulatory frameworks: The
regulatory framework handled include: Toxic Chemicals Prohibition and
Control Act, 2016 (approved); Promotion of Chemical safety and Security
Programme (approved); Toxic Chemicals Prohibition and Control Regulations

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(Draft); Lifting Equipment Examination Regulations, 2013 (Under Review); and
the Employment (Recruitment of Ugandan Migrant Workers Abroad)
Regulations, 2015 (Under Review).

4.2.3.4 The Ministry is in the process of developing a Strategy and Action Plan to
address Gender concerns in oil and gas development as well as infrastructure
projects in Uganda.
4.2.3.5 Other Achievements under Labour, Productivity and Employment;
(i) Established the Occupational Safety and Health Management
Information System;
(ii) Enacted the law “Toxic Chemicals Prohibition and Control Act, 2016”
to domesticate the Chemical Weapons Convention;
(iii) Operationalized the Industrial Court to arbitrate labour cases in
Kampala and upcountry through Industrial Court Circuits; and
(iv) Strengthened the Externalization of Labour Programme. 63
companies licensed to source and officially place Ugandans to work
abroad. Signed Bilateral Labour Agreements with the: Heshemite
Kingdom of Jordan on 8th November 2016. A total of over 2000
migrant workers have been sent abroad to work and have remitted
over US $90 million.

4.2.4 Community Mobilization and Empowerment

4.2.4.1 National Community Development Policy (NCDP) disseminated to 38
District Community Development Officers (DCDOs) and 12 Municipal
Principal Community Development Officers (PCDOs) at Reliance Hotel
Mbale
4.2.4.2 Draft principles of Repeal of Uganda National Culture Centre Act
developed;
4.2.4.3 Parenting guidelines validated;
4.2.4.4 Year of the Family, 2017 Roadmap launched;
4.2.4.5 Supported the emerging film industry by assisting Actors to get
training;
4.2.4.6 A total of 14 Cultural/Traditional leaders facilitated with Shs0.005Bn
per month to:The Cultural/Traditional leaders are of :
(i) Emorimor Papa Iteso;
(ii) OmukamawaTooro;
(iii) OmukamawaBunyoroKitara;
(iv) LawiRwodi me Acholi;
(v) KwarAdhola;
(vi) OmusingabwaRwenzururu;
(vii) Won Nyaci me Lango;
(viii) RwothUbimu me Alur;
(ix) OmukamawaBuruuli;
(x) KamuswagawaKooki;
(xi) InzuyaMasaba;
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(xiii) IsebantuKyabazingawaBusoga; and
(xiv) IkumbaniabwaBugwere.

4.2.4.7 The National Library of Uganda, National Culture Centre and the Inter
Religious Council supported with subvention
4.2.4.8 The regulation framework:
(i) Strengthening Culture and Creative Industries (SCUCI)
Project has been approved;
(ii) The National Roadmap on the Year of the Family 2017 in
Uganda, approved;
(iii) Communication Strategy on Promotion of Norms, Values and
Positive Mind-set Among Young people, 2016 approved; and
(iv) The Uganda National Parenting Guidelines, 2016 has been
drafted.

4.2.5 Gender, Women and Rights
4.2.5.1 Implemented the Uganda Women Entrepreneurship Programme (UWEP)
in all LGs to strengthen economic empowerment of women. The
Ministry has put in place systems for smooth implementation of the
Programme. These are:
(i) Disseminated the Programme documents to all local
governments;
(ii) MOU on UWEP between the Ministry and LGs & KCCA
developed and signed by Solicitor General;
(iii) Planning and review meeting held for 60 people that UWEP
focal points, DCDOs, MGLSD technical staff and TSU
members Undertook field visit to get baseline information
from field work. A draft report has been prepared and is
being reviewed;
(iv) A total of 471 district stake holders (LCV Chairpersons,
Mayors, Town Clerks, CAOs, DCDOs) oriented on UWEP.
There were six (6) centres to which all 116 DLGs and 41
Municipalities participated. The centres were in Gulu,
Kampala, Hoima, Mbarara, Mbale and Soroti;
(v) A total of 161 motor cycles for UWEP coordinators in the
Higher Local Governments purchase and distributed;
(vi) 10 workshops for regional training of trainers for 611 district
technical personal -Quality Assurance provided to 82 DLGs
and Municipalities Eastern 18, Karamoja 8, Northern 12,
Central 20 and Western 24; and
(vii) 349 women groups (4,619 women beneficiaries) supported
with women Enterprise funds worth Shs1,478,725,080. It is
expected that new groups will be added in the third quarter.
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District women council chairpersons and the UWEP focal
point persons.

4.2.5.2 Continued to implement programmes for elimination of Gender-Based
Violence (GBV) in 27 Local Governments. These are: Amuria, Amuru,
Dokolo, Gulu, Lira, Kitgum, Pader, Katakwi, Moroto, Nakapiripirit,
Kaboong, Kween, Kapchorwa, Bukwo, Mbarara, Masaka, Mubende,
Yumbe, Oyam, Kaliro, Jinja, Namutumba, Kamuli, Buyende, Mayuge,
Bugiri and Namayingo;
4.2.5.3 Gender and Equity budgeting compacts for Education, Water and
Sanitation Sectors developed
4.2.5.4 348 survivors (80 males, 268 females) accessed services through the
GBV Shelters and community activities in the Districts of Kamuli and
Namutumba. 961 survivors received support through the two (2) GBV
Advisory centers (Kamuli and Namutumba).
4.2.5.5 Supported implementing partners to mainstream Gender and Rights
including women empowerment. Accordingly, it supported the National
Women’s Council and Reproductive Educative and Community Healthy
(REACH) Programme in Kapchorwa with a total of Shs0.300Bn as
subvention. While the National Women’s Council monitored and
supported women activities, the REACH Programme implemented
activities for the prevention of Female Genital Mutilation/ Cutting; and

4.2.5.6 Regulatory frame works:
(i) The National Policy and Action Planon Elimination of Gender Based
Violence in Uganda, 2016 (approved);
(ii) Uganda Women Entrepreneurship Programme (UWEP) , 2015
(Approved);
(iii) Guidelines for Establishment and Management of Gender Based
Violence Shelters in Uganda, 2016 (Approved); and
(iv) Uganda Gender Policy, 2007 (Under Review).

4.2.6 Persons With Disability
Government has registered noticeable progress on providing regulatory
frameworks and slots for Persons with Disability in all Government
Programmes, including NAADS, PRDP, NUSAF, and Special Needs Education

4.2.6.1 Notable achievement has been registered in the different areas such as
accessibility where the Building Act has been mainstreamed.
4.2.6.2 Provided Community Based Rehabilitation Grant and the Special Grant
for Persons with Disabilities for rehabilitation and employment for the
PWDs in each district.
4.2.6.3 A total of three (3) vocational institutions provided with support
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4.2.6.4 Training materials procured for the four (4) institutions (Kireka,
Mpumudde, Lweza and Ruti)
4.2.6.5 National Council for Disability supported to monitor all interventions of
PWDs;
4.2.6.6 National Council for Older persons supported for its establishment;
4.2.6.7 180 PWDs in Ministry Institutions Trainees, supported, cared for and
protected: 43 in Kireka, 42 in Ruti, 40 in Lweza and 55 in Mpumudde;
and
4.2.6.8 Regulatory frameworks;
(i) Persons with Disabilities Bill (Under review);
(ii) Hand book for National Council for Older Persons (Reviewed); and
(iii) Draft Action Plan on Children with Disabilities (Reviewed).

4.2.7 Labour, Productivity and Employment

4.2.7.1 Enacted the law ”Toxic Chemicals Prohibition and control Act, 2016” to
domesticate the Chemical Weapon Conventions;
4.2.7.2 A total of 120 Work places inspected country wide inspected country
wide in relation to terms and conditions of work
4.2.7.3 203 workplaces inspected and assessed for compliance with the
Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Standard
4.2.7.4 118 workplaces registered;
4.2.7.5 219 statutory equipment were examined & certified;
4.2.7.6 110 Cases of violation of workers’ rights handled and 68 cases referred
to the Industrial Court
4.2.7.7 A total of five (5) industrial Actions settled (Royal Van Zanten, Polly
pack, Rift Valley Railways and in flower farms)
4.2.7.8 100 cases arbitrated at the Industrial Court;
4.2.7.9 32 cases arbitrated in the Gulu, Lira and Masaka Court Circuit;
4.2.7.10100 workers trained on safety and health measures; and
4.2.7.11Regulatory framework;
(i) Draft Occupational Safety and Health Policy and Action Plan
(finalized)
(ii) National Apprenticeship Framework for Uganda (Validated)

4.2.8 Externalization of Labour

4.2.8.1 Government is progressively putting in place systems for conducive
atmosphere for Uganda Migrant Workers abroad. It is providing data
on employment abroad; signed bi-lateral labour agreement with
Jordan; Government has initiated Bilateral Labour Agreements
negotiations with labour receiving countries – Qatar, Saudi Arabia
and United Arab Emirates;
4.2.8.2 Under the regulations, private companies are licensed to source and
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December, 2016 a total of 57 companies had been licensed while 4160
Ugandan migrant workers had been placed by the external
recruitment agencies;
4.2.8.3 A total of 2000 Ugandan Migrant Workers cleared for working abroad
and have remitted over US $90.0 million;
4.2.8.4 An accumulated total of 63 Recruitment Agencies have been licensed
to source and formally / officially place Ugandans abroad to work ;
and
4.2.8.5 Initiated the review of the Employment (Recruitment of Ugandan
Migrant Workers Abroad) Regulations, 2015.

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4.2.9 Employment Services

4.2.9.1 Internal employment Management System designed, developed and
operationalized;

4.2.9.2 900 Job Seekers and applicants entered into the Job Matching
Database Tool of the Labour Market Information and Analysis
Systems;
4.2.9.3 A total 60 job seekers and applicants placed internally;
4.2.9.4 Labour Market Information collected on Karuma and Isimba Hydro-
electric Power Projects, Kigumba-Karuma and Karuma-Corner
Kamdini, Gulu-Olwiyo Road Construction Projects;
4.2.9.5 “Strengthening Districts and MGLSD Public Employment Services for
Community Job Opportunities and Wealth Creation Project”
developed under the Public Investment Plan;
4.2.9.6 Strategic Paper on involving MGLSD in conducting Environment and
Social Impact Assessment on World Bank-funded Projects developed;
and
4.2.9.7 Strategic Paper on social standards inclusion in World Bank-funded
Projects developed;

4.2.10 General Administration, Finance, Policy and Planning

4.2.10.1 Finalized and launched the Social Development Sector Plan for
FY2015/16 – 2019/20;
4.2.10.2 Improved Staffing Position of the Ministry Headquarters from 43% to
74.3%;
4.2.10.3 Improved the financing of the Ministry from Shs28.00Bn in
FY2013/14 to Shs178.332Bn for FY2016/17
4.2.10.4 Improved the transport equipment in the Ministry:
a) Vehicles increased from 100 to 155 (at the Ministry
headquarters, Institutions and LGs);
b) Motor cycles from 0 to 336 (161 for UWEP, 120 for YLP, 21 for
Child helpline and 34 for SAGE); and
c) 1154 Bicycles (These are for YLP at the sub county level)
4.2.10.5 Regulatory Frameworks:
(i) Readiness Support to Social Development Institutions
(RESUSODI), 2016 has been Approved and awaits funding
(ii) Social Development Sector Plan, 2016, approved.

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4.2.11 Achievements Under Off Budget Support

4.2.11.1 Child Help Line

(i) Moved offices from statistics house to a permanent home in
Kireka (rehabilitation center).
(ii) Two (2) police officer work full time with the child help line
team in kireka which has led to the speeding up of receiving
justice for the affected children
(iii) UCHL currently has 42 staff including both contract and
government staff working on a 24/7 basis.
(iv) With support from partners (Plan International, Save the
Children, World Vision and UNICEF), action centers have been
established in 27 districts and are fully operational.
(v) UCHL has handled a total of 783,052 calls of which 9,709 were
cases of child abuse where a number of children have been
rescued from abusive situations. 3,543 of these cases were
successfully closed to the best interest of the child.
(vi) Purchased office equipment server rack 1, IP PBX 1, GSM PBX
1, E1 lines, desktops 10, laptops 5, headsets 50, mouse 7,
keyboards 7, tool kit
(vii) Finalized UCHL system upgrade- phase 2

4.2.11.2 Alternative Care Framework

(i) Reviewed the Assessment Tool Kit;
(ii) Trained Child Care Institution on the Disaster Risk
Management;
(iii) Trained Probation and Welfare Officers, Social Workers,
Children Home Managers on best practices and alternative
care;
(iv) Assessed approved children homes;
(v) Regional sensitization meeting on Alternative Care Framework
and Children Approved Home Rules 2013 conducted;
(vi) Printed and disseminated Alternative Care Framework;
(vii) Developed National Alternative Care Profile; and
(viii) Developed a Guideline Manual for Alternative Care Panel

4.2.11.3 Nutrition & Integrated Early Childhood Development

(i) All Parish Development Committees (PDCs) and Functional
Adult Literacy (FAL) Instructors in the 21 UNICEF Supported
Districts trained in Nutrition & Integrated Early Childhood
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(ii) Technical Backstopping services on Nutrition & Integrated
Early Childhood Development provided to 21 UNICEF
Supported Districts
(iii) Nutrition mentoring and supervision tool and data base
developed;
(iv) A total of 170 District Community Development Officers and
Principal Community development Officers oriented on
Community Based Nutrition Programme.
4.2.11.4 Orphans and Other Vulnerable Children;

(i) Coordinated and participated in the Violence Against
Children (VAC) Study;
(ii) Conducted support supervision for the National Strategy for
Ending Child Marriages and Teenage in 24 districts;
(iii) Conducted eight (8) OVCMIS regional data review meetings;
and
(iv) General support to partners including training, desk coaching
and training undertaken.

4.2.11.5 United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA)

(i) Operationalized the National GBV Database;
(ii) Conducted sensitization on GBV prevention and response for
Uganda Police Force;
(iii) Developed an SBCC strategy for GBV prevention and
response;
(iv) Printed, disseminated and mobilized resources for the GBV
Multimedia strategy;
(v) Trained users at District and Sub county level on the National
GBV database usage and management; and
(vi) Conducted regional orientation of Programme managers and
accounting officers on Joint Programme Female Genital
Mutilation and evidence based programming and di-
monitoring.

4.2.11.6 Integrated Community Learning for Wealth Creation

(i) Conducted selection of participants for Community
Empowerment Groups (CEGs);
(ii) Developed Village Savings and Loans Association (VSLA)
manual;
(iii) Trained facilitators in Village Savings and Loans Association;
(iv) Conducted monthly supportive supervision of CEGs and
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(v) Conducted market assessment and identify potential IGA and
skill training areas;
(vi) Conducted district level workshop with inter-sectoral
consultations for integration, including planning, budgeting
and implementation strategy for ICOLEW; and
(vii) Updated and completed ICOLEW Programme design
document and ICOLEW guidelines.

5 SECTOR RESOURCES, BUDGET ALLOCATION AND PLANS FOR
FY2017/18
5.1 Sector Resources
5.1.1 Financial Resources

5.1.1.1 The Sector budget allocation for FY2017/18 is Shs165.73Bn
(Shs151.69Bn is for Vote 018: Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social
Development; Shs6.40Bn is for Vote 124: Equal Opportunities
Commission; and Shs7.64Bn is for Vote 501 – 850 Local Governments)
showing a decrease of Shs26.88Bn in nominal values and 13.96%.

5.1.1.2 The total allocation to Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social
Development in FY2017/18 is Shs151.692Bn showing a decrease of
Shs26.64Bn in nominal values and 14.94% over the previous
FY2016/17. The breakdown is as follows:
- Shs3. 606Bn is for Wage Recurrent representing 2.38%,
- Shs36.823Bn is for Non-Wage Recurrent representing 24.27%;
- Shs107.304Bn is for Domestic Development excluding
taxesreflecting 70.74%;
- Shs3.775Bn is for Donor Development representing 2.49%; and
- Shs0.184Bn for domestic Arrears representing 0.12%
5.1.1.3 The total allocation to Equal Opportunities in FY2017/18 is
Shs6.40Bn showing adecrease of Shs0.253Bn in nominal values and
3.76% over the previous FY2016/17. The breakdown is as follows:
- Shs2.967Bn is wage recurrent representing 46.41%,
- Shs3.1300Bn is Non-Wage Recurrent representing 48.91%; and
- Shs0.300Bn is Domestic Development reflecting 4.69%.
5.1.1.4 While the total allocations to Vote 501-850:Local Governments is
Shs7.64Bn showing the same level of funding as in the previous
FY2016/17.

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Table 5.1.1.1 Sector Budget Financial Resources FY2016/17 – 2017/18

SN Budget Type Approved Budget Nominal % change in
Budget Estimates Increase in the the Budget
FY2016/17 FY2017/18 Budget FY2017/18
FY2016/17
1 Recurrent Wage 6.40 6.57 0.17 2.66%
Non-Wage Recurrent 32.63 47.60 14.97 45.88%
2 Development GOU 153.59 107.6 -45.99 -29.94%
External Financing 0.00 3.78 3.78 No base
Total Government of Uganda (GOU) 192.62 165.55 -27.07 -14.05%

3 (i) Arrears Arrears 0 0.18 0.18 NA
And Taxes Taxes 0 0.00 0.00
Total GoU + Ext Fin (MTEF)

Total Budget 192.62 165.73 -26.88 -13.96%
Note:
(i) There was no provision for domestic Arrears in the last FY2016/17;
(ii) The increase in the Non-WageRecurrent for FY2017/18reflected in
Table 5.1.1.1 was a result of transfer of Social Assistance Grant for
Empowerment (SAGE) from Development Budget to Non-Wage
Recurrent;
(iii) The Decrease in the Development was due to Budget Cut of
Shs15.00Bn from YLP; cut of Shs5.683Bn (Shs3.927Bn from
Consumptive items and Shs1.756Bn from Transport Equipment);
and
(iv) The proposed transfer of Shs11.00Bn from the sector has been
reviewed and Shs9.00Bn has been reinstated. These resources are
not reflected.

5.1.1.4 The Ministry expects Shs56.67Bn from the UK Department for
International Development (DFID); United Nations Entity for the
Empowerment for Women (UN Women) Country Office and Irish Aid
as Off Budget Resources(OBR) to enhance the implementation of
activities related to Expanding Social Protection in Uganda, if
Government could co-fund by Shs29.15Bn in FY2017/18 Budget.
5.1.1.5 Additional resources for off Budget interventions are expected from
DVV-International, Irish Aid, UNICEF and UNFPA. The total
amount expected is Shs63, 808, 107, 538

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Table 5.1.1.5 Sector Off Budget Resources for FY2017/18

S/N Donor Area of Support Approved for Budget for FY2017/18
FY2016/17
1 DFID and Irish Social Assistance Grant for 61,750,000,000 56,670,000,000
Aid Empowerment (SAGE)
2 DVV Integrated Community Learning 565,200,000 663,000,000
International for Wealth Creation (ICOLEW)
3 Irish Aid- Gender Based Violence (GBV) 352,248,870 520,875,538
4 UNICEF Uganda Child Helpline (UCHL) 1,007,733,000 999,232,000
-do- Integrated Early Childhood 750,000,000
Development (IECD) 1,000,000,000
-do- Child Protection 208,470,929 0
-do- Alternative Care 171,600,100 600,000,000
-do- Nutrition & Integrated Early 900,000,000
Childhood Development (NIECD) 878,830,500
-do- Orphans and other Vulnerable 298,878,600 2,455,000,000
Children (OVC)
5 UNFPA Regular GBV 15,030,850 No data
-do- Joint Programme GBV 1,129,773,490 -do-
-do- Joint Programme FGM 155,445,660 -do-
-do- Irish Aid-Culture &Family 36,000,000 -do-
-do- Swedish- Culture &Family 204,144,500 -do-
-do- Swedish-Youth & Sexual -do-
Reproductive Health 2,270,000
-do- Regular- Youth & Sexual -do-
Reproductive Health 103,778,999
-do- Irish Aid -Youth & Sexual -do-
Reproductive Health 98,600,000
-do- Parkard Foundation- Youth 17,000,000 -do-
-do- Joint Programme End Child 35,360,000 -do-
Marriage
Total 67,780,365,498 63,808,107,538

Source: Compiled from MoU with the funders

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5.1.2 Human Resources
5.1.2.1 Vote: 018: Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development staffing
levels

S/N Program Code Approved Filled Vacant % Filled
1 01 101 77 24 0.76
2 03 15 12 3 0.80
3 05 17 14 3 0.82
4 06 17 9 8 0.53
5 07 48 30 18 0.63
6 08 27 8 19 0.30
7 11 16 11 5 0.69
8 12 16 14 2 0.88
9 13 17 12 5 0.71
10 14 18 9 9 0.50
11 15 12 8 4 0.67
Total 301 204 100 0.68

Key to the Table
- Sub-Program 01: Finance and Administration
- Sub-Program 03: Department of Disability and Elderly;
- Sub-Program 05: Department of Youth and Children Affairs;
- Sub-Program 09: Offices of the Directors;
- Sub-Program 16: Internal Audit;
- Sub-Program 06: Department of Labour and Industrial Relations;
- Sub-Program 07: Department of Occupational Safety and Health;
- Sub-Program 08: The Industrial Court;
- Sub-Program 15: Department of Employment Services
- Sub-Program 11: Department of Gender and Women Affairs;
- Sub-Program 12: Department of Equity and Rights; and
- Sub-Program 13: Department of Community Development and Literacy; and
- Sub-Program 14: Department of Culture and Family Affairs.

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5.1.2.2 Ministry Institutions

Table 5.1.2.2 Staffing levels in the Ministry Institutions

SN Department/Institution Approved Filled Vacant Annual Salary % filled
Posts Posts Posts
1 Kabale Remand Home 19 0 19 0 0.00
2 Fort Portal Remand Home 19 6 13 22,617,672 31.58
3 Naguru Remand Home 19 6 13 20,448,348 31.58
4 Mbale Remand 19 4 15 16,976,892 21.05
5 Lweza Vocational Reh. Centre 17 6 11 36,545,568 35.29
6 Kireka Voc. Rehab Centre 19 7 12 31,253,076 36.84
7 Ogur Voc. Reh Centre 19 1 18 2,590,584 5.26
8 Mpumudde Voc. Reh. Centre 19 6 13 3,136,572 31.58
9 RutiVocReh Centre 19 2 17 10,936,524 10.53
10 Jinja Sheltered Workshop 19 7 12 14,159,352 36.84
11 Mbale Sheltered Workshop 19 5 14 20,747,976 26.32
12 Naguru Reception Centre 25 5 20 15,380,784 20.00
13 Kampiringisa NRC 30 14 16 75,615,504 46.67
14 Mubuku Youth Training Cent 12 4 8 10,550,208 33.33
15 Ntawo Youth Training Centre 12 0 12 0 0.00
16 Koblin Youth Training Centre 12 3 9 19,380,336 25.00
17 Kabalye Youth Training Centre 12 0 12 0 0.00
18 Apac Youth Training Centre 12 0 12 0 0.00
Sub Total 322 76 246 300,339,396 23.60

5.1.2.3 Vote 124 Equal Opportunities Commission

Table 5.1.2.3 Staffing levels at the EOC

S/N Code Sub-Program description Approved Filled Vacant % Filled
1 O1 Statutory 5 5 0 100
2 02 Legal services 10 3 7 0.69
3 03 Adm. Finance & Planning 35 24 11 0.50
4 04 Research and M&E 8 4 4 0.56
5 05 Education, Training Inf 9 5 4 0.45
06 Compliance & Reporting 11 5 6 0.59
Total 78 46 32 0.59

5.2 Sector Budget Allocations
5.2.1 The total Sector Budget for FY2017/18 is Shs165.73Bn.The
Shs165.73Bn has been allocated to the different Programmes as follows:
- Shs3.164Bn representing 1.72% to Community Mobilization and
Empowerment;
- Shs41.036Bn representing 24.71% to Mainstreaming Gender &
Rights;

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- Shs9.941Bn representing 9.06% to Labour Productivity and
Employment;
- Shs82.366Bn representing 49.45% to Social Protection for the
Vulnerable;
- Shs15.19n representing 8.49% to Policy Planning and Support
Services.
- Shs6.40Bn representing 2.56% to Promotion of Equal Opportunities
and Redressing Imbalance; and
- Shs7.64Bn representing 3.93% to Community Mobilization and
Empowerment
Table 5.2.1 Sector Budget Allocations FY2016/17 – FY2019/20

Code Description FY2016/17 Medium Term Projections
Approved Released 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20
Budget End Dec.
Vote: 018- Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development
Community Mobilization and 3.13 1.04
1001
Empowerment 3.164 3.99 4.70
1002 Mainstreaming Gender and Rights 44.67 8.53 41.036 51.74 61.00
1003 Promotion of Labour 16.46 4.66 9.941 12.53 14.78
1004 Social Protection for Vulnerable 98.62 15.68 82.366 103.84 122.44
1049 Policy Planning and Support Services 15.42 6.30 15.19 19.15 22.58
S /Total for Vote 178.33 36.21 151.697 191.25 225.5

Vote: 124- Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC)
Promotion of Equal Opportunities
1006 and redress 6.647 3.323 6.40 7.27 7.88
S /Total for Vote 6.647 3.323 6.40 7.27 7.88
Vote: 501-850 Local Governments
Community Mobilization and
1081 Empowerment 7.64 3.82 7.64 9.17 10.08
S /Total for Vote 7.64 3.82 7.64 9.17 10.08
S/Total for the Sector (MTEF) 192.62 43.353 165.737 207.69 243.46

Arrears and Taxes Arrears 0.00 NA NA NA NA
Taxes (Vote: 018) 0.00 0.00 NA NA NA
Taxes (Vote: 124) 0.00 0.00 NA NA NA
Grant Total 192.62 43.353 165.737 207.69 243.46

Source: Compiled from Quarterly Progress Reports for FY2016/17 and the MTEF Ceilings

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5.2.2 Allocation to sub-programme (departments and projects) under each
programme in the Sector:

5.2.2.1 The Shs3.164Bn under the Community Mobilization and Empowerment
Programme has been distributed to the sub programmes (departments
and projects) as below:
- Shs1.067Bn to sub program 13: Community Development and
Literacy Department; and
- Shs2.097Bn to sub Program 14: Culture and Family Affairs
Department.

5.2.2.2 The Shs41.036Bn under the Mainstreaming of Gender and Women
EmpowermentProgramme has been distributed to departments and
projects as presented below:
- Shs1.681Bn to sub-program 11: Gender and Women Affairs
Department;and
- Shs39.355Bn to sub-program 1367: Uganda Women
Entrepreneurship Programme (UWEP).

5.2.2.3 Shs9.941Bn under Promotion of Labour, Productivity and Employment
Programme has been allocated to the sub programmes (departments
and projects) as presented below:
- Shs1.555Bn to sub Program 06: Department of Labour and
Industrial Relations;
- Shs0.542Bn to sub Program 07: Department of Occupational
Safety and Health;
- Shs1.683Bn to sub Program 08: The Industrial Court;
- Shs0.3867Bn to sub Program. 15: Department of Employment
Services;
- Shs3.975Bn to sub Program 1282: 1367 Promotion of Green Jobs
and Fair Labour Markets; and
- Shs1.800Bn to to sub Program 1488Chemical Safety and Security

5.2.2.4 The Shs82.366Bn under the Social Protection for the Vulnerable
Programme has been allocated to the departments and projects as
presented below:
- Shs18.552Bn to sub Program 03: Disability and Elderly
Department;
- Shs2.919Bn to sub Program 05: Youth and Children Affairs
Department;
- Shs0.233Bn to sub Program 12: Equity and Rights Department;
and
- Shs60.662Bn to sub program 1366: Youth Livelihood Programme

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5.2.2.5 The Shs15.186Bn under Policy, Planning and Support Services
Programme has been allocated to the sub program (departments and
projects) as presented below:
- Shs9.740Bn to sub-program 01: Finance and Administration;
- Shs0.092Bn to sub-program 09: Offices of the Directors;
- Shs0.067Bn to sub-program 16: Internal Audit; and
- Shs5.287Bn to sub-programme 0345: Strengthening the Min. of
Gender, Labour and Social Development and renovation and
rehabilitation of its institutions.

5.2.2.6 The Shs6.40Bn under Promotion of Equal Opportunities and
Redressing ImbalanceProgramme has been allocated to sub programme
(Departments and projects) as presented below:
- Shs1.075Bn to sub-program 01: Statutory Department;
- Shs0.432Bn to sub-program 02: Legal Services and investigations
Department;
- Shs2.147Bn to sub-program 03: Administration, Finance and
Planning Department;
- Shs2.00Bn to sub-program 04: Research, Monitoring and
Evaluation Department;
- Shs0.6908Bn to sub-program 05: Education, Training,
Information and Communication Department; and
- Shs0.300Bn to sub-programme: Strengthening the Capacity of
Equal Opportunities

5.2.2.7 The Shs7.64Bn under Local Governments is allocated to Community
Mobilization and Empowerment.

5.2.3 Planned Changes in Resource Allocation for FY2017/18
5.2.3.1 The Sector has allocated additional resources to the following areas:
- Shs17.500Bn for SAGE activities (transferred from Development to
non-wage recurrent under sub programme 03 Disabilty and
Elderly Department);
- Shs15.00Bnfor Youth Livelihood Programme (YLP) transferred from
Vote 018:Ministry of gender to another Vote.
- Shs3.78Bn donor funding for Promotion of Green Jobs and Fair
Labour Markets in Uganda; and
- Shs1.80Bn for Chemical Safety and Security;

5.3 Sector Plans / Outputs for FY2017/18
Among others, the following are the significant outputs/plans for the
Sector under the different areas.

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5.3.1 Youth

5.3.1.1 Government plans to continue with pursuing aggressive programmes
for jobs creation to absorb youth who are ready for the job market
5.3.1.2 Strengthen, support and fully implement countrywide existing youth
targeted programmes such as the Youth Livelihood Programme and
Skilling Uganda. Under the Youth Livelihood Programme (YLP), the
Ministry will:

(i) Support 5,100 youth projects in 140 LGs country wide
benefitting over 61,000 youth of which 27,400 are female;
(ii) Produce 4,100 GIS Maps for 4,100 projects;
(iii) Purchase a total of 161 Motorcycles for District and Municipality
Focal Point Person;
(iv) 35,700 members of Youth Project Management Committees
(from 5,100 groups) trained in basic financial management,
community procurement, record keeping, entrepreneurship and
group dynamics; and
(v) Purchase 10 Orthopedic Office Chairs.

5.3.1.3 Continue imparting the relevant skills on youth that will make them
employable in the job market. This will also entail giving them (youth)
career guidance on what skills are on demand in the dynamic job
market;
5.3.1.4 Increase competitiveness and productivity of the youth through
capacity building and empowerment for self-employment through the
Youth Livelihood Programme, regional youth training institutions and
award scheme for talented youth;
5.3.1.5 Provide seed grants to groups and individuals through the Youth
Livelihood Programme, with particular focus on the urban poor youth,
women and men engaged in businesses such as market vending, boda-
boda, urban farming, salons, car washing, motor-vehicle repair
garages, carpenters and various artisans; and
5.3.1.6 Support Training for 611 youth in vocational and entrepreneurship
skills at Kobulin, Ntawo and Mobuku Youth Skills Centres; 31 children
in the Ministry institutions for formal education; 240 youth in hands-
on courses, entrepreneurial and business skills; and 450 young people
in adolescent sexual reproductive health issues;

5.3.2 Children

5.3.2.1 Follow up a total of 450 cases of child abuse (Uganda Child Help Line
(UCHL)). Also support the UCHL operational - monthly telephone costs
for toll free 116, transport (motorcycles) for follow up cases;

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5.3.2.2 Strengthen and support the Uganda Child Helpline the (UCHL) - 116
toll free line as a mechanism to increase reporting of cases of child
abuse country wide.
5.3.2.3 Strengthen and invest in child protection systems in the country at all
levels;
5.3.2.4 Enhance prevention and referral of child abuse cases through
mechanisms like Child helpline, alternative care framework and
implementation of strategy to end child marriage and teenage
pregnancy; and
5.3.2.5 Strengthen and support juvenile justice system and promote diversion
of minor child offenders from entering into justice system;

5.3.3 Inspections

5.3.3.1 Government will purse programmes to enhance human resource
capacity to provide a conducive environment for labour employment
and productivity i.e. develop, review and disseminate regulatory
framework on labour productivity and employment;
5.3.3.2 Conduct regular inspections and monitoring to ensure compliance
with labour and occupational safety and health standards country
wide: In particular, the Ministry will
(i) Inspect 300 Work places country wide and reports produced;
(ii) Continue with the labour inspections / certification of
Equipment;
(iii) Settle 200 Workers complaints and disputes;
(iv) Inspect 300 Work places country wide for OSH
Standards/Regulations;
(v) Examine and certify 286 Statutory Equipment;
(vi) Review 10 EIAs and Audit Reports;
(vii) Train 50 workers in occupational safety and health management
system;
(viii) Monitor 60 external recruitment agencies;
(ix) Monitor 30 Informal Sector Association;
(x) Monitor and supervise 28 companies where Ugandan migrants
are employed.
(xi) Implement the Social Safeguard Programme;
(xii) Finalize the Employment Strategy for the country;
(xiii) Establish an Occupational Safety and Health Advisory Board;
(xiv) Implement a Programme for Green Jobs and Fair Labour
Markets in Uganda
(xv) Implement the Promotion of the Programme for Toxic Chemicals
Prohibition and Control Act,
(xvi) Finalize the regulatory framework in draft and under review
5.3.3.3 Train 10 labour officers in Labour administration; induct the newly
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procedure of submitting cases to the Industrial Court. In addition,
conduct research on Occupational Diseases;

5.3.4 Industrial Court

5.3.4.1 Strengthen the Operations of the Industrial Court:
5.3.4.1.1 Provision of budget for the Industrial Court Panelists and Circuits
and other logistics as well as enough operational budgets to handle
the backlog of cases;
5.3.4.1.2 Arbitrate 50% of the backlog of labour disputes as well as conduct
Industrial Court Circuits to resolve labour disputes in the four (4)
regions of Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern; and
5.3.4.1.3 Improve the quality in the standards of the delivery of services
through training.

5.3.4 Others Plans in the labour, productivity and employment

5.3.5.1 Review the Minimum Wage with a view to match the cost of living and
growth achievements in the country;
5.3.5.2 Protect our children from all forms of child labour including combating
all forms of human trafficking;
5.3.5.3 Mobilise and sensitize workers on ethics and attitudes towards work,
including imparting of multi-skills to enable them to remain relevant
and competitive in the labour market at national and international
levels;
5.3.5.4 Empower disadvantaged groups of society like rural women, youth and
the disabled by giving them equal opportunity to skilling and
employment;
5.3.5.5 Review the curriculum and science teaching methods at all levels of
education to support production of graduates with the required
appropriate skills;
5.3.5.6 Pursue the following labour tenets: Security of tenure at the
workplaces, safety and health issues in workplaces, expansion of social
protection coverage for workers and their families and working towards
social dialogue between employees and employers;
5.3.5.7 Strengthen the framework for labour unions and the workers to co-
operate as partners with government and employers;
5.3.5.8 Identify countries we can export labour to in an organised manner
through our embassies abroad so that Ugandans that get employment
abroad are not exploited;
5.3.5.9 Strengthen the enforcement of the various labour laws to ensure
that workers are not exploited and mistreated.

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5.3.6 Social Protection
5.3.6.1 Plans for Expanding Social Protection in Uganda
5.3.6.1.1 Maintain the current coverage and take on two districts from the
Development Partnersto cover 35 districts supporting 164,628
beneficiaries (110,337 beneficiaries funded by Development Partners
and 54,291 beneficiaries by Government of Uganda).
5.3.6.1.2 Fast tracking the national rollout of the Senior Citizens Grant,
research in new interventions for extension of social security
coverage to the informal sector and other vulnerable groups as well
as strengthening delivery of Social Care and Support Services. In
regards to national rollout of the SAGE Programme in particular, the
Ministry will:
- Provide orientation and training of local governments to effectively
manage implementation and monitoring of SAGE;
- Sensitize key policy makers, political leaders, Civil Society
Organizations and the public on Social Protection;
- Monitor implementation of the SAGE Programme in 40 districts;
and
- Strengthen institutional arrangements for coordinating
implementation of the National Social Protection Policy
5.3.6.1.3 Spearhead implementation of the National Social Protection Policy
particularly by strengthening coordination arrangements, delivery
mechanisms and monitoring systems for multi-sectoral social
protection interventions
5.3.6.1.4 Other plans in the Social Protection for the vulnerable groups are:
(i) National Youth Service Scheme Policy developed;
(ii) Social care and support services for children and youth
provided;
(iii) Monitoring, technical support supervision and backstopping
services provided to Children and Youth Institutions, LGs and
youth projects (75 LGs, 50 youth projects and 150 NGO
babies and children homes for compliance);
(iv) 600 youth trained in non-formal vocational and
entrepreneurial skills at regional youth skills centres;
(v) 600 trained youth provided with tool kits;
(vi) National Youth Council and National Children Authority
supported mobilize and oversee planning and implementation
of children and youth programmes;
(vii) Rights of 4,924 vulnerable children in remand homes,
reception and rehabilitation centres protected and promoted;
(viii) 350 street children withdrawn from the streets of Kampala
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(ix) Observations to the UN Convention on Economic Social and
Cultural (UNCESCRs) printed and disseminated;
(x) Social Equity and Rights Inspections conducted in the Local
Governments of Kyenjojo, Kibale, Bulambuli, Kapchorwa,
kyankwanzi,Kiboga, Mbarara and Kiruhura;
(xi) Training conducted for 200 stakeholders in HRBAP in eight (8)
local governments of Nakasongora, Kiryandongo, Ngora,
Serere, Hoima, Masindi, Apac and Oyam;
(xii) 116 Districts & 41 Municipalities offered YLP implementation
support;
(xiii) 3000 Programme documents printed and disseminated;
(xiv) 3000 Funds access criteria printed and disseminated; and
(xv) 35,700 members of Youth Project Management Committees
(from 5,100 groups) trained in basic financial management,
community procurement, record keeping, entrepreneurship
and group dynamics.
5.3.7 Gender and Women
5.3.7.1 Plans for Gender Based Violence
5.3.7.1.1 Continue to implement the Uganda Women Entrepreneurship
Programme (UWEP) aimed at promoting a conducive business
environment and building institutional and human capacities that
will encourage and support the entrepreneurial initiatives of rural
women. A revolving fund of the Programme will contribute to the
creation of a sustainable source of funding to offset the perceived
risk in lending to under–collateralized women entrepreneurs
5.3.7.1.2 Continue to implement the Programmes for elimination of Gender-
Based Violence in 27 local Governments;
5.3.7.1.3 Protect the rights of women and girls through:
− Provision of services and programmes to end child marriage,
andTeenage pregnancy, tackle the stagnating prevalence of
HIV/AIDS among women and girls and implement a National
Policy and Action Plan to eliminate Gender Based Violence (GBV)
and Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). The policy will guide all
actors on provision of services to GBV survivors and actions to
reduce incidences of GBV at family, community and institutional
levels.
5.3.7.1.4 Continue sensitizing and raising awareness, enforcing the law as
well as providing support to communities to abandon FGM;
5.3.7.1.5 Implement affirmative action strategies in accordance with the
constitutional and statutory provisions to enhance the
empowerment of women;

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5.3.7.1.6 Ensure the provision for gender and equity budget compliance in the
Public Finance Management Act 2014 is operationalized by
Government; and
5.3.7.1.7 Harmonize domestic policies with regional and international
processes that seek to enhance the status of women for
strengthened collaboration and regional integration (EAC, COMESA,
IGAD, ICGLR, AU and the UN).
5.3.7.1.8 Other plans under the Mainstreaming gender and women
Empowerment are:
(i) Uganda Gender Policy approved, disseminated and popularized;
(ii) Action Plan for 2nd Uganda Gender Policy implemented;
(iii) National Policy and Action Plan on the Elimination of GBV
implemented
(iv) 100 LG staff mentored through support supervision and
monitoring gender mainstreaming and prevention response to
GBV in 20 LGs;
(v) Support to National Women Council with wage and non-wage
subvention;
(vi) Support to REACH to implement activities for the prevention of
Female Genital Mutilation;
(vii) 100 best performing women groups awarded;
(viii) Capacity built for 25 members of the TSU;
(ix) 466 women groups supported with capacity skills fund; and
(x) 2176 women groups supported with enterprise fund.

5.3.7 Persons with Disability

5.3.7.1 Provide regulatory frameworks and slots for Persons with Disability in
all Government Programmes;
5.3.7.2 Train over 200 Youth with Disabilities in the Vocational Rehabilitation
centres of Lweza, Kireka - in Wakiso district, Ruti in Mbarara District
and Mpumudde in Jinja District. The trained youth join groups in
their communities to benefit from the Government Development
Programs;
5.3.7.3 Promote employment opportunities for PWDs through mobilising
resources for the special grant for PWDs and community-based
activities for their empowerment to participate in development on
equal basis with others;
5.3.7.4 Operationalise the Special Needs and Inclusive Education Policy to
improve accessibility, retention and completion rates of children with
disabilities in education;
5.3.7.5 Continue advocacy and awareness to promote employment of PWDs in
line with the legal and regulatory frameworks;
5.3.7.6 Enhance implementation of the law on access to buildings for Persons
With Disabilities;

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5.3.7.7 Health workers to be given special needs training to enhance their
capacity to handle PWDs; and
5.3.7.8 Finalize the National Plan of Action for Older Persons.

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5.3.8 Externalization of labour

5.3.8.1 Government is progressively providing for conducive atmosphere for
Uganda Migrant Workers abroad;
5.3.8.2 The Ministry is aggressively pursuing steps to strengthen the
Externalization of Migrant workers:
(i) Revising of the Statutory Instrument No. 62, 2005, The
Employment (Recruitment of Ugandan Migrant Workers Abroad)
Regulations, 2005; to include anti-human trafficking provisions;
(ii) Developing of Guidelines for the Recruitment Companies and
Uganda Migrant Workers;
(iii) Developing of an online information sharing system on
externalization of labour among stakeholders – ISO, ESO, CMI and
CID;
(iv) Conducting Regular meetings with Private Recruitment agencies to
constantly receive updates on the situation in the sector;
(v) Encouraging recruitment agencies to form an association;
(vi) Strengthening the monitoring of Private Recruitment Companies by
incorporating other stakeholders in the monitoring; and
(vii) Setting up a Working Group on Human Trafficking in the Ministry.
This feeds into the Inter – Ministerial Task Force on Combating
Human Trafficking under the MOIA.
5.3.9 Culture
5.3.9.1 Work harmoniously with cultural and traditional leaders for the
development of their respective kingdoms and Uganda as a whole;
5.3.9.2 Institutionalize a national value system that willamong others, be
based on positive aspects of our culture and transformational
requirements for modernity;
5.3.9.3 Continue to support strengthening of our cultural institutions as
custodians of our heritage to play an effective role in giving the
different people in Uganda their unique identity;
5.3.9.4 Support the development and promotion of indigenous knowledge
through documentation of local knowledge, blending indigenous
technology with scientific technology to promote development of the
local artisan and craftsmanship;
5.3.9.5 Continue providing financial support to individual cultural leaders;
5.3.9.6 Promote and support the development of the entertainment industry;
5.3.9.7 Promote Uganda’s visual and performing arts through;
(i) Continued support and establishment of regional cultural
centres and museums;
(ii) Supporting the redevelopment of the National Culture Theatre to
international standards; and
(iii) Supporting the development of the local film industry and visual
&performing arts.

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5.3.9.8 Strengthen the enforcement of the Copyright Law and also work with
artistes to fight piracy, which is a big threat the industry.

5.3.10 Community Component

5.3.10.1 Strengthen mobilization of communities and their leaders to support
community component in development ;
5.3.10.2 Integrate the community component into policy and planning of the
Government.
5.3.10.3 6000 copies of the National Community Development Policy printed
and disseminated;
5.3.10.4 Learning Units for ICOLEW Programme developed;
5.3.10.5 Monitoring and technical backstopping provided to 55 LGs;
5.3.10.6 Conduct monitoring and support supervision to the 3 pilot districts
under the ICOLEW Programme; and
5.3.10.7 Support to National Library of Uganda with a wage and non-wage
subvention.

6.0 Performance Issues / Challenges

6.1 The challenges are presented by the Thematic Arrears

6.1.1 LABOUR, EMPLOYMENT AND PRODUCTIVITY
(i) Inadequate Labour inspections / certification of Equipment;
(ii) Lack of personnel and scientific assessment equipment to conduct
labour inspections / certification;
(iii) Externalization of Labour affected by the Ban of exporting House
Maids; and
(iv) Inadequate funding to Industrial Court to dispose off the backlog.

6.1.2 COMMUNITY MOBILISATION AND EMPOWERMENT
(i) Inadequate funding for the community development functions;
(ii) Lack of personnel and transport for community services at the
Local Government level; and
(iii) Scattered and duplication of community mobilization functions in
the different sectors leading to inefficiency;

6.1.3 SOCIALPROTECTION FOR THE VULNERABLE

(i) Overwhelming demand for support amidst budgetary constraints
for YLP, SAGE, Special Grant for PWDs; Community Based
Rehabilitation among others;
(ii) Low technical capacity of some Local Government to absorb the
YLP funds ;

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(iii) Inadequate funds to strengthen support at the Local Government
level (timely follow up, training, coaching and monitoring YLP);
(iv) Misinformation / negative campaign by perpetual saboteurs;
(v) Limited coverage of the SAGE;
(vi) Political influence;
(vii) Group dynamics;
(viii) Lack of tools and equipment for the training; and
(ix) Congestion in the children institutions.

6.1.4 GENDERAND WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

(i) Overwhelming demand for support amidst budgetary constraints
for UWEP;
(ii) Low technical capacity of some Local government to absorb the
UWEP funds;
(iii) Inadequate funds to strengthen support at the Local Government
level (timely follow up, training, coaching and monitoring UWEP;
(iv) Misinformation / negative campaign by perpetual saboteurs;
(v) Inadequate releases from MoFPED;
(vi) Political influence; and
(vii) Group dynamics.

6.1.5 INSTITUTIONALDEVELOPMENT

(i) Insufficient release leading to under performance;
(ii) Dilapidated Institutions;
(iii) Low capacity of Ministry institutions to conduct the training; and
(iv) Low staffing levels;

6.1.6 REDRESSING IMBALANCES
(i) Low staffing Levels at the Commission;
(ii) Low funding to the Commission;
(iii) Inadequate visibility and awareness of the Commission; and
(iv) Inadequate researched data for the Commission.

6.1.7 Other Challenges
The significant challenges the sector faces, among others are the
following:

(i) Operationalization of the budget allocation efficiency as a
requirement to limit the budget allocations to administrative and
consumptive activities;
(ii) Insufficient budget for efficient Industrial Court operations;
(iii) Inadequate Ceiling to cover priority expenditures of the Ministry;
(iv) Reducing youth unemployment;

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(v) Insufficient funding to the Department of Community Services;
(vi) Influx of people on the streets in towns;
(vii) Staffing structures at the Local Governments;
(viii) Non-functional Labour Productivity Centre;
(ix) Inadequate Labour Market Information;
(x) High and increasing number of Vulnerable Persons;
(xi) Inadequate Human Resources;
(xii) Weak Coordination;
(xiii) Inadequate Data for Planning and Policy Formulation;
(xiv) Limited Understanding of Social Development Sector interventions;
and
(xv) Negative Mind-sets and Apathy.

7.0 UNDERFUNDED AND UNFUNDED ACTIVITIES AND OUTPUTS

7.1 Sector priorities that need additional funding to deliver the NRM, NDP II
and Vision 2040 priorities have been divided into two (2) broad
categories; underfunded and unfunded outputs. The total requirement
for these priorities is Shs262.479Bn (Shs148.479Bn for
underfundedandShs114.00Bn for unfunded)

7.2 Underfunded Activities / Outputs in FY2017/18 Budget
(Shs148.479Bn)

7.2.1 Underfunded activities Shs148.479Bn

(i) Youth Livelihood Programme Shs8.00Bn;
(ii) Social Assistance Grant for Empowerment (SAGE) Shs11.65Bn;
(iii) Uganda Women Entrepreneurship Programme (UWEP) Shs3.00Bn;
(iv) Domestic Arrears Shs2.97Bn;
(v) Children Welfare Shs1.700Bn;
(vi) Community Development Functions at the LGs Shs32.359Bn;
(vii) Green Jobs Shs64.80Bn; and
(viii) Programme for Chemical Safety Shs24.00Bn.

7.2.2 Unfunded Activities Shs114.00Bn

(i) Purchase of office accommodation: Shs64.000Bn;
(ii) Hosting JAMAFEST Shs6.000Bn;
(iii) Hosting Common Wealth Youth Ministers Meeting Shs6.00Bn;
(iv) Readiness Support to Social Development Institutions (RESUSODI)
Shs18.00Bn;
(v) Strengthening Culture and Creative Industry (STRECCI)
Shs9.00Bn;

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(vi) Minimum Wages Board and Medical Arbitration Board Shs3.00Bn;
and
(vii) Gender and Equity Certificate Shs8.00 Bn.

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VI Vote Overview
Vote Overview
I. Vote Mission Statement
I. Vote Mission Statement
II. Strategic Objectives
"To promote gender equality, social protection andIII.transformation
Major Achievements of inthe
2016/17
vulnerable".

II. Strategic Objectives

a. To promote decent employment opportunities and labour productivity;
b. To enhance effective participation of communities in the development
process;
c. To improve the resilience and productive capacity of the vulnerable
persons for inclusive growth;
d. To improve the capacity of youth to harness their potential and increase
self-employment, productivity and competitiveness;
e. To promote rights, gender equality and women’s empowerment in the
development process;
f. To improve the performance of the SDS institutions; and
g. To redress imbalances and promote equal opportunities for all.

III. Major Achievements in 2016/17

The performance during FY 2016/17 is presented in the different
Programmes:

1001 COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION AND EMPOWERMENT

1.1 National Community Development Policy disseminated to 38 District
Community Development Officers and 12 Municipal Principal
Community Development Officers (PCDOs) at Reliance hotel Mbale;
1.2 Creative Economy Action Plan printed and disseminated
1.3 International Literacy Day commemorated at Nabitende sub county-
Iganga district on 8th September, 2016;
1.4 Draft FAL curriculum with Food & Nutrition Security and Early
Childhood Development issue in place;
1.5 A total of 19 LGs mentored on Culture and Family.These wereMaracha,
Yumbe, Amuru, Gulu and Nebbi in the Northern Regiog; Iganfa, Kaliro,
Soroti, Bukedea, Jinja and Butaleja in Eastern Region; Masindi, Mbarara
and Hoima in Western Region while Mpigi, Masaka, Lyantonde, Lwengo
and Buikwe in Central region;
1.6 A total of 14 Traditional leaders supported with monthly grants of
Shs5,000,000. These are of :
1.6.1 Emorinor Papa Teso;
1.6.2 OmukamawaTooro;

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1.6.3 OmukamawaBunyoroKitara;
1.6.4 LawiRwodi me Acholi;
1.6.5 KwarAdhola;
1.6.6 OmusingabwaRwenzururu;
1.6.7 Won Nyaci me Lango;;
1.6.8 RwothUbimu me Alur;
1.6.9 Omukamawabaluli;
1.6.10 KamuswagawaKooki;
1.6.11 InzuyaMasaba;
1.6.12 ObudingiyabwaBwamba;
1.6.13 IsebantuKyabazingawaBusoga; and
1.6.14 IkumbaniabwaBugwere.
1.7 Inter-religious Council supported, National Library of Uganda and
National Cultural Centre providedwith subventions.
1.8 Principles to repeal the Uganda National Cultural Centre developed
1.9 Creative Economy Action Plan printed and disseminated

1002 GENDER AND WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

2.1 Gender and Equity Budgeting Compacts for Education Water and
Sanitation Compacts developed;
2.2 National Policy and Action Plan on Elimination of Gender Based Violence
in Uganda 2016 developed;
2.3 Planning and review meetings held for UWEP Focal Point Persons.
2.4 DCDOs, MGLSD staff and TSU members undertook field visit to get
baseline information from field work;
2.5 A total of 348 survivors (80 male, 268 female) accessed services through
the GBV shelter and community activities in Kamuli and Namutumba
districts;
2.6 80% of the GBV cases received were concluded through alternative
dispute resolution / mediation.
2.7 A total of 349 women groups supported with women Enterprise funds
worth Shs1,708,725,080;
2.8 A total of 961 Survivors received support through the two (2) GBV
Advisory centers (Kamuli and Namutumba);
2.9 A total of 471 LCV Chairpersons, Mayors, Town Clerks, CAOs, DCDOs
oriented on UWEP. in six (6) centres of Gulu, Kampala, Hoima, Mbarara,
Mbale and Soroti;
2.10 NWC and REACH supported with subvention;
2.11 The Uganda Gender Policy evaluated;
2.12 16 days of Activism against GBV commemorated;
2.13 All phase 2 districts and 41 Municipalities signed Memorandum of
Understanding which were cleared by the Solicitor General of
Government;
2.14 UWEP Communication Strategy updated to include advocacy;

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2.15 Multi sectoral framework for reporting on progress in Gender equality
and women's empowerment developed; and
2.16 140 LGs staff mentored and supervised on Gender mainstreaming and
women's empowerment initiatives in the LGs of Nebbi, Busia, Rukungiri,
Lira, Nwoya, Palisa, Butaleja, Kibale and Kiboga.

1003 PROMOTION OF LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY AND EMPLOYMENT

3.1 A total of 120 work places inspected country wide in relation to terms
and conditions of work;
3.2 A total of 203 workplaces inspected and assessed for compliance with the
safety and health standards;
3.3 255 workplaces registered;
3.4 219 Statutory equipment examined and certified;
3.5 110 cases of violation of workers’ rights handled and 68 cases referred to
the industrial court;
3.6 100 cases arbitrated at the Industrial Court and 32 cases were arbitrated
through industrial court circuits;
3.7 98 Labour Officers oriented on procedures of submitting cases to
industrial court; and
3.8 63 District Environmental and Labour Officers trained on Chemical
Safety and emergency response.

1004 SOCIALPROTECTION FOR VULNERABLE GROUPS

4.1 A total of 110 youth provided with non-formal vocational skills training
(60) and hands-on tailor made (50) training courses including
entrepreneurship at Kobulin and Ntawo regional youth skills centres
respectively;
4.2 31 vulnerable children and youth in Ministry institutions provided with
formal education (primary to tertiary) (tuition fees for 3rd term and 2nd
semester);
4.3 136,835 calls were received through the Child Helpline of which 3,116
were child abuse. Out of these, 883 escalated to casework for follow up;
4.4 283 street children withdrawn from the streets of Kampala and resettled
in Napak, Masaka, Mpigi and Kampala;
4.5 SAGE grants delivered through private payment service provider to
139,274 beneficiaries;
4.6 Financed 450 projects, worth Ushs3,648,197,663 for 5,414 beneficiaries.
This brings the cumulative number of projects, funds disbursed and
beneficiaries under YLP since Programme commencement to 8,663,
Ushs62,081,121,563 and 111,088;
4.7 Ten (10) LGs supported and monitored to implement SAGE;
4.8 A total of 35 children protection working group Organisations assessed
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4.9 A total of 24 Districts implementing child help line monitored and
provided with technical backstopping;
4.10 A total of 12 LGs monitored and provided with technical backstopping to
improve quality of services delivered to children and youth;
4.11 Three (3) Vocational institutions provided with support supervision and
monitoring services (Kireka, Lweza and Mpumudde);
4.12 A total of 11 LGs provided with monitoring services and support
supervision on disability and elderly issues (Sembabule, Masaka,
Lwengo, Kalungu, Bukomansiimbi, Buyikwe, Kayunga, Mayuge, Luuka,
Luwero and Nakaseke);
4.13 Launched Integrated Early Child hood Development Policy under the
theme "best start in life";
4.14 Launched Uganda National Youth Policy under the Theme "Mindset
Change: pre-requisite to attaining a middle income status;
4.15 Organised national dialogue on OVC policy review into a comprehensive
children policy; and
4.16 Oriented staff in 19 districts on National Integrated Early Child hood
Development Policy.

1049 GENERAL ADMINISTRATION, POLICY AND PLANNING

49.1 Prepared and submitted timely the following documents to the Ministry
of Finance,planning and economic Development: Final Accounts,
Quarterly (Q4 for FY2015/16 and Q1 for FY2016/17;
49.2 Administrative and Finance services provided to the Departments
- Processed Human resource payments for salaries, staff welfare,
allowances etc.;
- Processed utility payments (water, electricity among others;
- Processed for rent payments; and
- Processed pension for general civil service and gratuity payments,

49.3 Planning services provided to departments;
49.4 Finalized the printing of the Social Development Sector Plan for FY
2015/16 - 2019/20 and disseminated to key stakeholders;
49.5 Prepared and disseminated the guidelines for the implementation of the
Social Sector non-wage recurrent transfers to the LGs for FY 2016/17.
49.6 Held a total of 24 Ministerial and Top management meetings; (vii)
Purchased one station wagon
49.7 Held two meetings for the Sector Working Groups
49.8 Prepared and produced the following documents
- Four (4) Quarterly (Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4) internal Audit Reports for
FY 2016/17;
- Six Management and inspection reports for FY 2015/16;
- One (1) Annual FY 2017/18 Audit Work-plan produced;
- One (1) Annual Audit Committee Report produced; and

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- Responses to issues raised Term
IV. Medium on the previous Budget
Plans
49.9 Formulated, reviewed and coordinated government Programmes for social
protection; community mobilization and empowerment; Labour,
Productivity and Employment as well as Gender and women
empowerment.

IV. Medium Term Plans

(01) Develop, review, print and disseminate a total of 35 Regulatory
frameworks on community mobilization and empowerment, labour productivity
and employment and Social protection for the vulnerable groups including:
(i) Community Mobilization and Empowerment (CME) Bill;
(ii) 6000 copies of the National Community Development Policy,
(iii) The National Culture Policy ;
(iv) The Uganda Gender Policy and Guidelines for mainstreaming
gender in policies, plans and programmes approved, disseminated
and popularized;
(v) Action Plan for 2nd Uganda Gender Policy and National Policy and
Action Plan to Eliminate Gender Based Violence (GBV)
implemented;
(vi) Labour Production Policy, Occupational Safety and Health Policy,
Occupational Safety and Health Regulations in oil and gas,
Chemical Safety and Security;
(vii) National Employment Policy, Employment Regulation 2011, Child
Labour Policy, Occupational Safety and Health Act amendment,
Recruitment of Ugandan Migrant Workers Abroad Regulations;
(viii) Recruitment of Ugandan Migrant Workers Abroad Guidelines,
Informal Sector Strategy, Bill for Persons with Disabilities, Develop
Older Persons Bill, Training curriculum for vocational institutions,
Equal Opportunities Policy and Equity Promotion Strategy among
others.

(02) Advocate and network for mobilization and empowerment of communities
through:
(i) Commemorating National Literacy Day on 8th September, 2017,
2018 and 2019;
(ii) Commemorating International Women’s Day on 8th March, 2018,
2019 and 2020;
(iii) Conducting the preparations and hosting of the JAMAFEST 2017;
(iv) Participating in the 16 days of Activism against GBV campaign;
(v) Participating in the 62nd Commission on the Status of Women
(CSW);
(vi) Facilitating National Culture Forum;

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(vii) Commemorating International days i.e.
- Mother Tongue on 22nd Day of February,2017,2018 and
2019,
- Family on 15th Day of May, 2017,2018,2019;
- Culture on 21st Day of May, 20 17,2018 and 2019;
- International Labour Day on 1st Day of May, 2017, 2018 and
2019;
- World Day Against Child Labour on 12th Day of June,
2017,2018, 2019;
- Occupational Safety and Health Day on 28th Day of April,
2017, 2018, 2019;
- Day of the African Child (DAC) on 16th Day of June, 2017,
2018 and 2019;
- International Youth Day on 12th Day of August, 2017, 2018
and 2019;
- International Day for Older Persons on 1st Day of October,
2017, 2018 and 2019;
- International Day of the Girl Child (IDGC) on 11th Day of
October 2017, 2018 and 2019; and
- International Day for Persons with Disabilities on 3rd Day of
December, 2017, 2018 and 2019.
(viii) Orient Internal employment agencies on Labour and employment
standards; and
(ix) Conduct pre-departure training to Migrant workers to create
awareness on existing Labour legislation through advertisement in
print media and conducting sensitization workshop as well as
facilitate mandatory foreign travels i.e. (ILO)

(03) Ensure Labour standards are observed by:
- Inspecting 900 Work places country wide in relation to Terms and
Conditions of work;
- Carrying out Child Labour Inspections in nine (9) regions of the country;
- Conducting career guidance in 120 schools;
- Monitoring 60 external recruitment agencies and 90 Informal Sector
Association;
- Following up Job placement;
- Monitoring 28 companies where Ugandan migrants are employed;
- Signing four (4) bilateral agreements;
- Registering 1800 work places;
- Reviewing 60 EIAs and 150 architectural plans; and
- Inspecting 600 workplaces for compliance with Occupational Safety and
Health Standards at the work place

(04) Ensure that quality services are delivered under the community by
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(i) 165 LGs on Community Development and Functional Adult
Literacy;
(ii) A total of nine (9) districts under the ICOLEW Programme;
(iii) 30 LGs on Culture and Family functions;
(iv) 60 LGs on gender mainstreaming and prevention and response
to GBV;
(v) 72 LGs on social equity;
(vi) 150 LGs on youth and children issues;
(vii) 150 youth projects;
(viii) 24 vocational institutions;
(ix) 300 NGO babies and children homes for compliance;
(x) 87 LGs to implement SAGE;
(xi) 116 Districts & 41 Municipalities on Youth Livelihood
Programme; and
(xii) Reviewing Year of Family.

(05) Disburse:
(i) Shs1.293Bn to support National Library of Uganda with a wage
and non-wage subvention;
(ii) Shs3.00Bn to support the Inter Religious Council, for non-wage
subvention;
(iii) Shs2.400Bn to the National Women's Council for Wage and
non-wage subvention to monitor women activities; and
(iv) Shs0.60Bn to the Reproductive, Educative and Community
Health (REACH) to implement activities for the eradication of
Female Genital Mutilation/ Cutting.

(06) Disburse Shs2.70Bn to provide monthly support of Shs0.005Bn to each of
the 15 traditional leaders for FY2017/18, 2018/19 and 2019/20. These are:
(i) Kabakawa Buganda;
(ii) Emorimor Papa Iteso;
(iii) OmukamawaTooro;
(iv) OmukamawaBunyoroKitara;
(v) LawiRwodi me Acholi;
(vi) KwarAdhola;
(vii) OmusingabwaRwenzururu;
(viii) Won Nyaci me Lango;
(ix) RwothUbimu me Alur;
(x) OmukamawaBuruuli;
(xi) KamuswagawaKooki;
(xii) InzuyaMasaba;
(xiii) ObudingiyabwaBwamba;
(xiv) IsebantuKyabazingawaBusoga; and
(xv) IkumbaniabwaBugwere.

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(07) The Ministry will:
(i) Provide Support from UWEP to 3528 women groups with
enterprise fund and 398 women groups with capacity skills
fund benefiting 51,038 women;
(ii) Finance 21,900 Youth Projects benefiting 221,445 youth
from Youth Livelihood Programme; and
(iii) Strengthen National Women Council engagement in UWEP

(08) Training services provided as follows:
(i) 540 Persons with Disabilities in employable skills;
(ii) 600 stakeholders in Human Rights Based Approach to
Programming (HRBAP) in Local Governments;
(iii) 65,700 members of Youth Project Management Committees
(from 21,900 groups) in basic financial management,
community procurement, record keeping, entrepreneurship
and group dynamics;
(iv) 340 Labour officers in Labour administration; procedures
for submitting cases to Industrial Court; induct new Labour
Officers on dispute resolution procedures; and
(v) 683 workers in Occupational Safety and Health and labour
management issues.

(09) 135 Government workers compensated while 360 Workers complaints and
disputes arbitrated using Industrial Court Circuits in the four regions of
Eastern, Northern, Western and Southern

(10) Sensitization of:
- 159 Labour export agencies on externalization guidelines regulations;
- 90 informal sector groups on the Informal Sector Strategy; and
- 500 Employers and Employees on OSH safe guards.

(11) Finalize the following regulatory frame work which are in draft form and
under review in the different thematic arrears.
11.1 Regulations under draft

(i)
National Youth Service Scheme-Draft
(ii)
Alternative Care Framework for Children -Draft
(iii)
Guidelines for Sexuality Education for out of school-Draft
(iv)
The Uganda National Parenting Guidelines-Draft
(v)
Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights
Advocacy Strategy-Draft
(vi) Persons With Disabilities Bill 2014-Draft
(vii) Regulations for the Children’s Act-Draft
11.2 Regulations under review

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(i) Equity Promotion Strategy-Under review
(ii) Employment Policy 2011-Under review
(iii) Uganda Culture Policy, 2006-Under review
(iv) Uganda Gender Policy, 2007-Under review
(v) Equal Opportunities Policy, 2006-Under review
(vi) Persons With Disability Act 2006-Under Review
(vii) Workers Compensation Act-Under Review
(viii) Employment Act 2006-Under Review
(ix) Labour disputes, arbitration and settlement Act 2006-Under
review
(x) UNCC Act-Under review
(xi) Community Mobilization and Empowerment Bill 2016-
Under review
(xii) Occupational Safety and Health Regulations workplace,
registration and plant examination 2014-Under review
(xiii) Safety committees at workplaces regulations 2014-Under
review
(xiv) Occupational Safety and Health practitioners Regulations
2013-Under review
(xv) Boilers and Pressure Vessel examination Regulations 2013-
Under review
(xvi) First Aid at workplace Regulations 2013-Under review
(xvii) Building operations and works of engineering construction
regulations 2013-Under review
(xviii) Lifting Equipment Examination Regulations 2013-Under
review
(xix) The Employment (Recruitment of Ugandan Migrant Workers
Abroad) Regulations 2015-Under review

(12) A total of six (6) Ministry Institution rehabilitated and renovated to
deliver Social Development Sector services to the communities.
(13) Planning, Policy, Human Resource and other support services provided
to the sub-programmes to ensure efficient delivery of services to the
beneficiaries.
(14) Continue with labour inspection/ certifications of equipment.
(15) Implement social safeguard programme for Uganda.
(16) Implement the Promotion of the Programme for Toxic Chemical
Prohibition and Control Act.
(17) Implement a Programme for Green Jobs and Fair Labour Market in
Uganda as well as the Chemical Safety and Security.
(18) Finalize Employment Strategy for the country.
(19) Continue with strengthening community mobilization and
empowerment.
(20) Continue to support children and youth Institutions.

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(21) Address cross cutting issues resulting from imbalances between men
and women, girls and boys in relation to access, ownership, control,
benefits, rights, responsibilities and participation.
(22) Implement a Single Registry.
(23) Continue supporting children, youth and rehabilitation Institutions.
(24) Continue with the elimination of Gender Based Violence.
(25) Continue with improving the staffing level and welfare.

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V. Summary of Past Performance and Medi-
V. Summary of Pastum Term Budget
Performance and Allocations
Medium Term Budget Allocations
Table 5.1: Overview of Vote Expenditures (UShs Billion)

2016/17 MTEF Budget Projections
2015/16 Approved Expenditure 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21 2021/22
Outturn Budget by End Dec

Recurrent Wage 2.216 3.437 1.605 3.606 3.787 3.976 4.175 4.384
Non Wage 23.460 22.107 7.916 36.826 44.191 48.610 55.902 55.902

Devt. GoU 36.343 152.787 25.606 107.304 139.495 167.394 200.872 200.872
Ext. Fin. 0.000 0.000 0.000 3.775 3.780 5.526 0.000 0.000
GoU Total 62.020 178.332 35.127 147.736 187.472 219.980 260.949 261.157
Total GoU+Ext Fin (MTEF) 62.020 178.332 35.127 151.511 191.252 225.506 260.949 261.157
Arrears 1.004 0.000 0.000 0.184 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
Total Budget 63.024 178.332 35.127 151.695 191.252 225.506 260.949 261.157
A.I.A Total N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Grand Total 63.024 178.332 35.127 151.695 191.252 225.506 260.949 261.157
Total Vote Budget 62.020 178.332 35.127 151.511 191.252 225.506 260.949 261.157
Excluding Arrears

VI. Budget By Economic Clasification
Table V6.1 2016/17 and 2017/18 Budget Allocations by Item

2016/17 Approved Budget 2017/18 Draft Estimates
Billion Uganda Shillings GoU Ext. Fin AIA Total GoU Ext. Fin AIA Total
Output Class : Outputs Provided 32.725 0.000 0.000 32.725 29.037 1.351 0.000 30.388

211 Wages and Salaries 9.418 0.000 0.000 9.418 8.956 0.235 0.000 9.191

212 Social Contributions VI. Budget By Economic
3.074 Classification
0.000 0.000 3.074 3.916 0.041 0.000 3.958

213 Other Employee Costs 0.312 0.000 0.000 0.312 0.703 0.000 0.000 0.703

221 General Expenses 5.560 0.000 0.000 5.560 4.368 0.775 0.000 5.143

222 Communications 0.207 0.000 0.000 0.207 0.351 0.000 0.000 0.351

223 Utility and Property Expenses 2.839 0.000 0.000 2.839 2.743 0.000 0.000 2.743

224 Supplies and Services 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.050 0.000 0.000 0.050

225 Professional Services 0.417 0.000 0.000 0.417 0.080 0.300 0.000 0.380

227 Travel and Transport 7.555 0.000 0.000 7.555 6.025 0.000 0.000 6.025

228 Maintenance 0.415 0.000 0.000 0.415 0.423 0.000 0.000 0.423

282 Miscellaneous Other Expenses 2.928 0.000 0.000 2.928 1.422 0.000 0.000 1.422

Output Class : Outputs Funded 128.327 0.000 0.000 128.327 112.607 0.000 0.000 112.607

242 Interest on Domestic debts 1.446 0.000 0.000 1.446 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000

262 To international organisations 0.010 0.000 0.000 0.010 0.030 0.000 0.000 0.030

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263 To other general government units 121.078 0.000 0.000 121.078 105.073 0.000 0.000 105.073

264 To Resident Non-government units 5.751 0.000 0.000 5.751 4.828 0.000 0.000 4.828

321 DOMESTIC 0.042 0.000 0.000 0.042 2.675 0.000 0.000 2.675

Output Class : Capital Purchases 17.280 0.000 0.000 17.280 6.092 2.424 0.000 8.516

281 Property expenses other than interest 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.700 0.000 0.700

312 FIXED ASSETS 17.280 0.000 0.000 17.280 6.092 1.724 0.000 7.816

Output Class : Arrears 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.184 0.000 0.000 0.184

321 DOMESTIC 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.184 0.000 0.000 0.184

Grand Total : 178.332 0.000 0.000 178.332 147.919 3.775 0.000 151.695

Total excluding Arrears 178.332 0.000 0.000 178.332 147.736 3.775 0.000 151.511

VII. Budget By Programme And Subprogramme VII. Budget By Programe And Subpro-
gramme
Table V7.1: Past Expenditure Outturns and Medium Term Projections by Programme and SubProgramme

Billion Uganda shillings FY 2016/17 Medium Term Projections
FY 2015/16 Approved Spent By 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
Outturn Budget End Dec Proposed
Budget
01 Community Mobilisation, Culture 2.705 3.131 1.030 3.164 3.436 3.767 4.307 4.320
and Empowerment
13 Community Development and Literacy 0.907 1.095 0.411 1.067 1.330 1.338 1.658 1.696

14 Culture and Family Affairs 1.798 2.036 0.619 2.097 2.106 2.430 2.649 2.625

02 Gender, Equality and Women's 3.906 44.681 8.455 41.036 52.297 62.548 74.932 74.941
Empowerment
11 Gender and Women Affairs 3.129 1.681 0.508 1.681 1.995 2.186 2.497 2.506

12 Equity and Rights 0.000 0.000 0.079 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000

1367 Uganda Women Entrepreneurs Fund 0.777 43.000 7.869 39.355 50.302 60.362 72.435 72.435
(UWEP)
03 Promotion of descent Employment 4.355 16.462 4.046 9.942 11.624 14.387 10.285 10.317
06 Labour and Industrial Relations 1.223 1.646 0.370 1.556 1.934 2.180 2.372 2.580

07 Occupational Safety and Health 0.541 0.655 0.277 0.541 0.809 0.934 1.005 0.889

08 Industrial Court 0.606 1.683 0.969 1.683 1.849 1.851 2.333 2.359

1379 Promotion of Green Jobs and Fair 0.135 10.200 1.658 3.975 4.310 5.802 0.763 0.662
Labour Market in Uganda (PROGREL)
1488 Chemical Safety &Security (CHESASE) 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.800 2.070 2.844 2.981 3.082
Project
15 Employment Services 0.412 0.478 0.192 0.387 0.652 0.775 0.831 0.744

04 Social Protection for Vulnerable 37.494 98.632 15.522 82.366 103.923 122.073 144.974 145.021
Groups
03 Disability and Elderly 2.346 1.052 0.279 18.552 20.643 22.385 25.400 27.578

05 Youth and Children Affairs 5.261 4.846 1.253 2.919 2.991 3.820 4.185 3.316

12 Equity and Rights 0.171 0.234 0.000 0.234 2.289 2.268 3.069 1.807

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1366 Youth Livelihood Programme (YLP) 24.628 75.000 11.234 60.661 78.000 93.600 112.320 112.320

49 General Administration, Policy and 14.563 15.427 6.074 15.186 19.972 22.731 26.450 26.558
Planning
01 Headquarters, Planning and Policy 10.164 9.981 4.499 9.740 11.209 12.235 12.266 12.119

VIII.
0345 Strengthening MSLGD Programme Performance
4.276 and Medium
5.287 1.508 5.287 8.593 10.311 12.373 12.373

Term Plans
09 Office of the D/G&CD; D/SP and D/L 0.073 0.092 0.041 0.092 0.098 0.107 0.107 0.118

16 Internal Audit 0.050 0.067 0.027 0.067 0.072 0.078 1.704 1.947

Total for the Vote 63.024 178.332 35.127 151.695 191.252 225.506 260.949 261.157

Total Excluding Arrears 62.020 178.332 35.127 151.511 191.252 225.506 260.949 261.157

VIII. Programme Performance and Medium Term Plans
Table V8.1: Programme Outcome and Outcome Indicators ( Only applicable for FY 2017/18)

Programme : 01 Community Mobilisation, Culture and Empowerment
Programme Objective : To empower communities to appreciate, access, participate in, manage and demand accountability in
public and community based initiatives
Responsible Officer: Commissioner Community Development and Literacy
Programme Outcome: Empowered Communities for increased involvement and participation in the development process
Sector Outcomes contributed to by the Programme Outcome
1. Empowered communities for increased involvement and participation in the development process
Performance Targets
Outcome Indicators 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20
Actual Target Actual Target Projection Projection
• Percentage of households participating in development 65% 70% 80%
initiatives
• Percentage of Adults that are literate disagregated by sex 85% 90% 95%

SubProgramme: 13 Community Development and Literacy
Output: 01 Policies, Sector plans Guidelines and Standards on Community Mobilisation and Empowerment
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 2 1 1
on Community Mobilisation and Empowerment
developed,
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 1 2 1
on Community Mobilisation and Empowerment
disseminated
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 1 1 1
on Community Mobilisation and Empowerment
reviewed
Output: 02 Advocacy and Networking
No. and type advocacy materials disseminated 5 5 5

No. of national and international days commemorated 1 1 1

Output: 04 Training, Skills Development and Training Materials
No. of FAL learners enrolled 250000 250000 250000

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No. of FAL learning centres operational 6091 6091 6091

Output: 05 Monitoring, Technical Support Supervision and Backstopping
Number of MDAs monitored 58 60 60

Number of staff mentored 580 600 600

SubProgramme: 14 Culture and Family Affairs
Output: 01 Policies, Sector plans Guidelines and Standards on Community Mobilisation and Empowerment
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 2 2 2
on Community Mobilisation and Empowerment
developed,
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 4 4 4
on Community Mobilisation and Empowerment
disseminated
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 3 2 2
on Community Mobilisation and Empowerment
reviewed
Output: 02 Advocacy and Networking
No. and type advocacy materials disseminated 5 5 5

No. of national and international days commemorated 3 3 3

Output: 04 Training, Skills Development and Training Materials
No. of FAL learners enrolled 0 0 0

No. of FAL learning centres operational 0 0 0

Output: 05 Monitoring, Technical Support Supervision and Backstopping
Number of MDAs monitored 28 35 35

Number of staff mentored 280 350 350

Output: 51 Support to Traditional Leaders provided
No of traditional / cultural leaders supported 15 15 15

Programme : 03 Promotion of descent Employment
Programme Objective : (i) To provide a conducive environment for increasing decent employment opportunities and
productivity for improved livelihood and social security for all.

Responsible Officer: Director Labour, employment Occupational Safety and Health
Programme Outcome: Improved environment for increasing employment and labour productivity
Sector Outcomes contributed to by the Programme Outcome
1. Improved environment for increasing employment and labour productivity
Performance Targets
Outcome Indicators 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20
Actual Target Actual Target Projection Projection
• Percentage of Labour force in gainful employment 55% 60% 65%
disaggregated by sex and age.
• Number of workplaces complying to labour laws and 1205 1305 1405

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standards
SubProgramme: 06 Labour and Industrial Relations
Output: 01 Policies, Laws , Regulations and Guidelines on Employment and Labour Productivity
Number of Policies, Laws, Regulations and 1 1 1
Guidelines on labour productivity and Employment
developed
Number of Policies, Laws, Regulations and 1 2 2
Guidelines on labour productivity and Employment
disseminated
Number of Policies, Laws, Regulations and 2 2 2
Guidelines on labour productivity and Employment
reviewed
Output: 02 Inspection of Workplaces and Investigation on violation of labour standards
No. of workplace inspections on violation of labour 300 350 350
standards carried out
Output: 03 Compesation of Government Workers
Number of compensation claims computed 80% 80% 80%

Number of Government and private Workers 45 50 50
Compensated
Output: 05 Arbitration of Labour Disputes (Industrial Court)
Number of labour disputes settled 200 200 200

Output: 06 Training and Skills Development
Number of job seekers placed by external recruitment 0 0 0
agencies
Number of job seekers placed by internal recruitment 0 0 0
agencies
Number of labour staff trained 64 70 75

Number of workers and employers trained on labour 0 0 0
issues
Output: 07 Advocacy and Networking
Amount and No of international organizations 2 2 2
subscribed to
No. of and type of advocacy materials disseminated 3 3 3

No. of national and international conferences and 2 2 2
meetings attended
No. of national and international days commemorated 2 2 2

SubProgramme: 07 Occupational Safety and Health
Output: 01 Policies, Laws , Regulations and Guidelines on Employment and Labour Productivity
Number of Policies, Laws, Regulations and 2 2 2
Guidelines on labour productivity and Employment
developed
Number of Policies, Laws, Regulations and 1 1 2
Guidelines on labour productivity and Employment
disseminated
Number of Policies, Laws, Regulations and 1 1 1
Guidelines on labour productivity and Employment
reviewed

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Output: 02 Inspection of Workplaces and Investigation on violation of labour standards
No. of workplace inspections on violation of labour 621 650 650
standards carried out
Output: 06 Training and Skills Development
Number of job seekers placed by external recruitment 0 0 0
agencies
Number of job seekers placed by internal recruitment 0 0 0
agencies
Number of labour staff trained 0 0 0

Number of workers and employers trained on labour 50 60 60
issues
Output: 07 Advocacy and Networking
Amount and No of international organizations 3 3 3
subscribed to
No. of and type of advocacy materials disseminated 5 5 5

No. of national and international conferences and 2 2 2
meetings attended
No. of national and international days commemorated 1 1 1

SubProgramme: 08 Industrial Court
Output: 05 Arbitration of Labour Disputes (Industrial Court)
Number of labour disputes settled 120 135 135

Output: 06 Training and Skills Development
Number of job seekers placed by external recruitment 0 0 0
agencies
Number of job seekers placed by internal recruitment 0 0 0
agencies
Number of labour staff trained 28 28 28

Number of workers and employers trained on labour 0 0 0
issues
SubProgramme: 1282 Strengthening Safeguards, Safety and Health at Workplaces (SSASHEW)
Output: 01 Policies, Laws , Regulations and Guidelines on Employment and Labour Productivity
Number of Policies, Laws, Regulations and 1 1 1
Guidelines on labour productivity and Employment
developed
Number of Policies, Laws, Regulations and 2 2 2
Guidelines on labour productivity and Employment
disseminated
Number of Policies, Laws, Regulations and 1 1 1
Guidelines on labour productivity and Employment
reviewed
Output: 02 Inspection of Workplaces and Investigation on violation of labour standards
No. of workplace inspections on violation of labour 200 250 300
standards carried out
Output: 06 Training and Skills Development
Number of job seekers placed by external recruitment 0 0 0
agencies
0 0 0

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Number of job seekers placed by internal recruitment
agencies
Number of labour staff trained 5 10 10

Number of workers and employers trained on labour 200 200 200
issues
SubProgramme: 1379 Promotion of Green Jobs and Fair Labour Market in Uganda (PROGREL)
Output: 01 Policies, Laws , Regulations and Guidelines on Employment and Labour Productivity
Number of Policies, Laws, Regulations and 2 2 2
Guidelines on labour productivity and Employment
developed
Number of Policies, Laws, Regulations and 1 2 2
Guidelines on labour productivity and Employment
disseminated
Number of Policies, Laws, Regulations and 0 1 1
Guidelines on labour productivity and Employment
reviewed
Output: 06 Training and Skills Development
Number of job seekers placed by external recruitment 0 0 0
agencies
Number of job seekers placed by internal recruitment 0 0 0
agencies
Number of labour staff trained 2 2 2

Number of workers and employers trained on labour 100 150 200
issues
Output: 07 Advocacy and Networking
Amount and No of international organizations 0 0 0
subscribed to
No. of and type of advocacy materials disseminated 4 4 4

No. of national and international conferences and 0 1 1
meetings attended
No. of national and international days commemorated 0 0 0

SubProgramme: 15 Employment Services
Output: 01 Policies, Laws , Regulations and Guidelines on Employment and Labour Productivity
Number of Policies, Laws, Regulations and 2 2 2
Guidelines on labour productivity and Employment
developed
Number of Policies, Laws, Regulations and 1 2 2
Guidelines on labour productivity and Employment
disseminated
Number of Policies, Laws, Regulations and 2 2 2
Guidelines on labour productivity and Employment
reviewed
Output: 02 Inspection of Workplaces and Investigation on violation of labour standards
No. of workplace inspections on violation of labour 118 120 120
standards carried out
Output: 06 Training and Skills Development
Number of job seekers placed by external recruitment 0 0 0
agencies
Number of job seekers placed by internal recruitment 0 0 0

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agencies
Number of labour staff trained 80 80 80

Number of workers and employers trained on labour 83 83 83
issues
Output: 07 Advocacy and Networking
Amount and No of international organizations 0 1 1
subscribed to
No. of and type of advocacy materials disseminated 5 5 5

No. of national and international conferences and 1 1 1
meetings attended
No. of national and international days commemorated 0 0 0

Programme : 04 Social Protection for Vulnerable Groups
Programme Objective : (i) To protect and support vulnerable groups from deprivation and livelihood risks and participate in the
development process; and

(ii) To provide care and support to the vulnerable groups
Responsible Officer: Head Social Protection Secretariat
Programme Outcome: Vulnerable and marginalized persons protected from deprivation and livelihood risks.
Sector Outcomes contributed to by the Programme Outcome
1. Vulnerable and marginalized persons protected from deprivation and livelihood risks
Performance Targets
Outcome Indicators 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20
Actual Target Actual Target Projection Projection
• Percentage of vulnerable and marginalised persons 85% 90% 95%
benefiting from Social protection interventions
• Percentage of vulnerable and marginalised persons 40% 42% 45%
participating in the development programmes
SubProgramme: 03 Disability and Elderly
Output: 01 Policies, Guidelines, Laws, Regulations and Standards on Vulnerable Groups
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 4 4 4
on Social Protection developed
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 0 0 0
on Social Protection disseminated
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 0 0 0
on Social Protection reviewed
Output: 02 Advocacy and Networking
No. of national and international days commemorated 2 2 2

Volume and type of advocacy materials disseminated 5 5 5

Output: 03 Monitoring and Evaluation of Programmes for Vulnerable Groups
Number of MDAs monitored 10 10 10

Number of technical staff of MDAs mentored 100 100 100

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Output: 04 Training and Skills Development
Number of children trained 0 0 0

Number of PWDs trained 180 180 180

Number of youth trained 0 0 0

Output: 51 Support to councils provided
No.of councils supported 2 2 2

SubProgramme: 05 Youth and Children Affairs
Output: 01 Policies, Guidelines, Laws, Regulations and Standards on Vulnerable Groups
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 1 1 1
on Social Protection developed
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 0 0 0
on Social Protection disseminated
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 0 0 0
on Social Protection reviewed
Output: 02 Advocacy and Networking
No. of national and international days commemorated 3 3 3

Volume and type of advocacy materials disseminated 1500 1500 1500

Output: 03 Monitoring and Evaluation of Programmes for Vulnerable Groups
Number of MDAs monitored 75 75 75

Number of technical staff of MDAs mentored 150 150 150

Output: 04 Training and Skills Development
Number of children trained 31 31 31

Number of PWDs trained 0 0 0

Number of youth trained 600 600 600

Output: 05 Empowerment, Support, Care and Protection of Vulnerable Groups
No of elderly persons supported with SAGE 0 0 0

No of PWDs supported with SAGE 0 0 0

No of Youth Groups supported with grants/ Start up 50 50 50
capital
Output: 51 Support to councils provided
No.of councils supported 2 2 2

SubProgramme: 12 Equity and Rights
Output: 01 Policies, Guidelines, Laws, Regulations and Standards on Vulnerable Groups
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 0 0 0
on Social Protection developed
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 1 1 1
on Social Protection disseminated
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 3 3 3
on Social Protection reviewed

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Output: 02 Advocacy and Networking
No. of national and international days commemorated 0 0 0

Volume and type of advocacy materials disseminated 5 5 5

Output: 03 Monitoring and Evaluation of Programmes for Vulnerable Groups
Number of MDAs monitored 8 10 10

Number of technical staff of MDAs mentored 80 100 100

Output: 04 Training and Skills Development
Number of children trained 0 0 0

Number of PWDs trained 0 0 0

Number of youth trained 0 0 0

SubProgramme: 1366 Youth Livelihood Programme (YLP)
Output: 01 Policies, Guidelines, Laws, Regulations and Standards on Vulnerable Groups
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 0 0 0
on Social Protection developed
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 2 2 2
on Social Protection disseminated
Number of Policies, Plans Guidelines and Standards 1 0 0
on Social Protection reviewed
Output: 02 Advocacy and Networking
No. of national and international days commemorated 0 0 0

Volume and type of advocacy materials disseminated 4 4 4

Output: 03 Monitoring and Evaluation of Programmes for Vulnerable Groups
Number of MDAs monitored 157 157 157

Number of technical staff of MDAs mentored 785 785 785

Output: 04 Training and Skills Development
Number of children trained 0 0 0

Number of PWDs trained 0 0 0

Number of youth trained 35700 35700 35700

IX. Major Capital Investments And Changes In Resource Allocation
Table 9.1: Major Capital Investment (Capital Purchases outputs over 0.5Billion)

FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Appr. Budget and Planned Outputs Expenditures and Achievements by Proposed Budget and Planned
end Dec Outputs
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Program : 10 02 Gender, Equality and Women's Empowerment

Development Project : 1367 Uganda Women Entrepreneurs Fund (UWEP)

IX. Major Capital Investments And Changes
In Resource Allocation

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Output: 10 02 75 Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment

-11 Vehicles (two (2) Station Wagons and nine (9) Pick –ups) 10 vehicles have been procured and 7
purchased; and delivered. It is expected that the 3 will be
- 143 Motor cycles for UWEP HLGs Focal Point Officers delivered in third quarter. Procurement for 160
purchased. motorcycles has been initiated.
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand) 4,598,628 1,987,363 0

Gou Dev’t: 4,598,628 1,987,363 0

Ext Fin: 0 0 0

A.I.A: 0 0 0

Output: 10 02 76 Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software

-25 Desk top Computers; 10 Laptops; five (5) digital Cameras; 15 desktops, 10 laptops, three (3) projectors (i)160 destop computers and accessories procured
eight (8) external Hard disks; two (2) Digital Video Cameras; procured and delivered 1 heavy duty
three (3) projectors purchased; and printer/photocopier and 2 smaller printers (ii) 20 laptops to support TSU staffocure procured
- Office networking undertaken. procured delivered and paid. 5 digital cameras
to be delivered. Office networking initiated
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand) 235,000 23,868 620,000

Gou Dev’t: 235,000 23,868 620,000

Ext Fin: 0 0 0

A.I.A: 0 0 0

Program : 10 03 Promotion of descent Employment

Development Project : 1282 Strengthening Safeguards, Safety and Health at Workplaces (SSASHEW)

Output: 10 03 75 Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment

- Two (2) Vehicles (a Station Wagon and a pick-up) procured. - 2 vehicles procured

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand) 568,920 245,867 0

Gou Dev’t: 568,920 245,867 0

Ext Fin: 0 0 0

A.I.A: 0 0 0

Development Project : 1379 Promotion of Green Jobs and Fair Labour Market in Uganda (PROGREL)

Output: 10 03 75 Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment

Five (5) motor vehicles purchased. Station wagon purchased

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand) 700,000 302,515 200,000

Gou Dev’t: 700,000 302,515 0

Ext Fin: 0 0 200,000

A.I.A: 0 0 0

Output: 10 03 77 Purchase of Specialised Machinery & Equipment

1000 Specialised Machinery & Equipment for wood - Informal Sector (Jua-kalis) Needs Assessment Specialized Machinery & Equipment purchased
work,metal etc for Juakalis purchased. on-going
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand) 1,000,000 101,564 524,000

Gou Dev’t: 1,000,000 101,564 0

Ext Fin: 0 0 524,000

A.I.A: 0 0 0

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Output: 10 03 78 Purchase of Office and Residential Furniture and Fittings

Furniture and fitting for the Integrated Industrial Business N/A
Shelter, Hostels and recreation facilities with equipment and
Machinery constructed;
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand) 500,000 50,782 0

Gou Dev’t: 500,000 50,782 0

Ext Fin: 0 0 0

A.I.A: 0 0 0

Output: 10 03 79 Acquisition of Other Capital Assets

-Architectural Plan drawing and Bills of Quantities (BoQs) N/A Common user facility constructed
drawn; Feasibility study for common user facility
- Administrative plus Management Costs; and conducted
- Integrated Industrial Business Shelter, Hostels and recreation
facilities with equipment and Machinery constructed.
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand) 5,200,000 528,134 1,700,000

Gou Dev’t: 5,200,000 528,134 0

Ext Fin: 0 0 1,700,000

A.I.A: 0 0 0

Program : 10 04 Social Protection for Vulnerable Groups

Development Project : 1366 Youth Livelihood Programme (YLP)

Output: 10 04 75 Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment

- One (1) Station Wagon purchsed Procurement process imitated for the purchase
of the vehicle. i) 161 Motorcycles for District and Municipality
Focal Point Persons

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand) 480,000 207,439 1,800,000

Gou Dev’t: 480,000 207,439 1,800,000

Ext Fin: 0 0 0

A.I.A: 0 0 0

Program : 10 49 General Administration, Policy and Planning

Development Project : 0345 Strengthening MSLGD

Output: 10 49 72 Government Buildings and Administrative Infrastructure

- Eight (8) Institutions of: Kampiringisa National - One block at Kampiringisha National Three institutions renovated and Rehabilitated.
Rehabilitation Centre; Lweza Rehabilitation centre; Ruuti Rehabilitation centre completed; These are Kampiringisa National Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation Centre; Naguru Remand home; Naguru - Renovation work at the Lweza Rehabilitation Centre in Mpigi; Mbale Remand Home in Mbale
Reception Centre; Wairaka Youth Centre; Mobuku Youth Centre commenced Municipality and Wairaka Rehabilitation Centre
Centre and Mbale Sheltered Workshop reh in Jinja district
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand) 2,269,569 541,078 2,269,000

Gou Dev’t: 2,269,569 541,078 2,269,000

Ext Fin: 0 0 0

A.I.A: 0 0 0

Table 9.2: Key Changes in Vote Resource Allocation

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Major changes in resource allocation over and above the Justification for proposed Changes in Expenditure
previous financial year and Outputs
Programme : 10 04 Social Protection for Vulnerable Groups
Output: 10 0402 Advocacy and Networking
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : -0.247 The programmes that required advocacy and networking
have been developed

Output: 10 0404 Training and Skills Development
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : -0.690 There will be reduced training under the programmes of
YLP, and SAGE among others

Output: 10 0405 Empowerment, Support, Care and Protection of Vulnerable Groups
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : -0.435 This has been affeted by the general cut in the setor ceiling

Output: 10 0452 Support to the Renovation and Maintenance of Centres for Vulnerable Groups
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : -0.439 This has been affected by the general cut in the resources to
the sector

Output: 10 0475 Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : 1.320 More resources are required for the purchase of motor cycles
for the district and municipality YLP coordinators

Output: 10 0476 Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : -0.086 The Ministry has earmarked resources to replace the old
computers.

Programme : 10 02 Gender, Equality and Women's Empowerment
Output: 10 0201 Policies, Guidelines and Standards for mainstreaming Gender & Other Social Dev't Concerns
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : 0.392 The Ministry is in the review of the Gender policy, GBV
Policy and the UWEP. more money is required for
dissemination.
Output: 10 0252 Monitoring,Technical Support Supervision and backstoping services provided to MDAS
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : 1.187 The UWEP has been rolled to all LGs ( districts and
Municipalities) and other programmes need more monitoring

Output: 10 0276 Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : 0.385 The increase in the resource is for purchase of ICT for
UWEP

Programme : 10 49 General Administration, Policy and Planning
Output: 10 4903 Ministerial and Top Management Services Provided
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : 0.558 More allowances have been earmarked

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Output: 10 4975 Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : -0.430 More vehicles for our Ministers

Output: 10 4978 Purchase of Office and Residential Furniture and Fittings
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : 0.226 More furniture for the renovated institutions

Programme : 10 03 Promotion of descent Employment
Output: 10 0305 Arbitration of Labour Disputes (Industrial Court)
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : 0.468 More resources have been ear market for the increased
industrial court circuits.

Output: 10 0307 Advocacy and Networking
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : -0.541 This is due to the general cut due to efficiency efficiency

Output: 10 0351 Contribution to Membership of International Organisations (ILO, ARLAC, EAC, OPCW)
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : 0.020 The allocation is for Arrears in the membership contribution.

Output: 10 0375 Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : -0.669 The purchase of vehicles was a one off event which will run
for only two years

Output: 10 0376 Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : 0.030 With the coming of Green jobs and Fair Labour Market
Programme on board, more ICT equipment are required.

Output: 10 0377 Purchase of Specialised Machinery & Equipment
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : -0.251 The special machines require in the inspection have been
purchased.

Programme : 10 01 Community Mobilisation, Culture and Empowerment
Output: 10 0102 Advocacy and Networking
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : -0.118 The vote is spearheading the hosting of the JAMAVEST
which will require a lot of advocacy and networking

Output: 10 0104 Training, Skills Development and Training Materials
Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) : 0.061 The vote has received funds from donor support Functional
Adult Literacy. More training materials, certificate and
follow up readers will be required.

X. Vote Narrative For Past And Medium Term Plans
Vote Challenges

Challenge 1

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Vote Challenges X. Vote Challenges
Challenge 1

Inadequate ceiling to cover priority non-wage recurrent expenditures of
the ministry

In spite of broad mandate of the Ministry and the fundamental role it plays in
creating demand for social services and laying the foundation for other sectors
to improve on their outcomes, the Ministry is one of the least funded MDAs of
Government. The Ministry’s budget is Sh177.8084Bn representing 1.37% of the
National Budget (Shs12997.744Bn). The Ministry has persistently received
inadequate resources for its activities. Year in year out, the Ministry spends
90% of its Non-Wage Recurrent Budget of Shs22,107,432,817.22 on protected
and programmed expenditures leaving little or no funds for its other output
oriented activities.

Challenge 2

“Operationalization of the budget allocation efficiency as a requirement
to limit the budget allocations to administrative and consumptive
activities”

The Mandate of the Ministry is to facilitate progress in wellbeing of vulnerable
groups through community mobilization and empowerment, promotion of
Labour Productivity and employment, social protection and gender equality.
Therefore, the emphasis of the Ministry is mobilization of communities,
dissemination of information on social services and employment opportunities,
impartation of non-formal skills, promotion of conducive environment for
labour productivity and employment as well as social protection for sustainable
and gender responsive development.

Challenge 3:

High and increasing number of vulnerable persons

Although poverty rates have decreased from 56% in 1992 to 19.7% in 2014,
inequality has increased over the same period leading to increased
vulnerability. According to the Uganda National Household Survey (UNHS)
2012/2013, the Ministry target groups mainly orphans, Persons With
Disability, the youths, the unemployed, displaced persons, women and the
elderly constitute a higher share of the 19.7% of the population who live below
the poverty line and 43% of the vulnerable people. Given the high and
increasing number of vulnerable groups blended with inadequate financing
makes planning for their needs a challenge.

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Challenge 4:

Inadequate Human Resources

The sector is grossly understaffed at the Centre (Ministry of Gender, Labour
and Social Development), within the affiliated institutions and in the Local
Governments. The average staffing rate at all levels is estimated at 46%

Challenge 5:

Congestion in children institutions and under feeding

The state recognizes the need to provide assistance to people who are
vulnerable either by age, social class, location, disability, gender, disaster or do
not earn any income. Statistics recorded indicate that 38% of the children in
Uganda are vulnerable and on overall, 7% of the population in Uganda has
disabilities of which 47.6% have permanent disability.

Challenge 6:

Limited understanding of social development sector interventions

In order to address risk and vulnerability, the Ministry has embraced new
initiatives such as social protection, culture for development, community
mobilization, sexual and Gender Based Violence and externalization of labour.
These concepts and the role they play in human capital development and
overall national development have not been exhaustively understood by most
policy makers and implementing partners.

Challenge 7

Reducing youth unemployment

Increasing employment rates and reduction of poverty among the youth poses a
challenge to the local government and is a high priority of the Government.
Youth Unemployment is more in the urban areas as a result of rural - urban
migration. It is on record that 67% of the youth get in some form of
employment by the age of 18 years. It is recorded that there is a strong link
amongst unemployment, shortage of decent jobs and poverty. The
unemployment among the youth is a high breed of youth living in slums, city
streets, high risky and impoverished communities, that have not had a chance
to attend formal education, with disability, living with HIV and AIDs as well as
those who have completed secondary school or tertiary institutions. It includes
dropouts from schools and training institutions. Designing an intervention that
will include all the unemployed youth is a challenge. MGLSD came up with the

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Youth Livelihood Programme but the funds are too small to cover all the
unemployed youth.

Challenge8

Influx of people on the streets in towns

The Local Governments have continued to experience influx of people (children
and adults) onto the streets of major towns in the eastern and central regions.
As a response to the problem, the sector developed a Street Children
MultiSectorial Strategy. The implementation of the Strategy by the Local
Governments has not taken off. The Ministry has focused on addressing the
short term interventions, which has led to recurring nature of the
phenomenon. Over 75% of street children are from eastern region and there are
increasing number of children in other towns like Jinja, Busia, Tororo, and
Mbale The long term lasting solutions of addressing the street children issue
requires the development of a transit centres in major towns in the east to
receive and rehabilitate children from the streets; we also need to invest in
preventive measures of out migration/movement of children to streets through
provision of livelihoods skills in order to strengthen the capacities of vulnerable
families to provide basic needs for the children but this cannot be effected due
to insufficient resources.

In addition, we need to ensure that children and adults resettled are fully
integrated in the community. Furthermore, there is need for sustained
surveillance of streets to ensure that there are no children on streets as well as
surveillance on vehicles that ferry unaccompanied children to towns.
Communication and advocacy activities need to be carried out to prevent influx
of children to streets. Annually 1,062 street people are reintegrated into
communities but overall number is estimated to be 3,000 people all this
requires sufficient funds which are not within the local government ceiling

Challenge 9

Inadequate Labour Market Information

The Uganda labour market is faced with notable mismatch between what the
education system offers and the labour market requirements. Skills training
policies are not linked to employment creation and the demands of the labour
market. Comprehensive and quality labour market information is therefore a
prerequisite for a well-functioning labour market, employment creation and the
integration of employment issues in the national development process. It
provides market signals to the education and training institutions to develop
relevant training courses for skills that are relevant to the needs of the
economy and the enterprises.

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Challenge 10

Negative mind-sets and apathy

Inadequate mobilization of communities, negative mind-sets and declining
cultural and moral values coupled with limited skills and failure to access
information has led to low appreciation, demand and uptake of government
services.

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Plans to improve Vote Performance
XI. Vote Cross Cutting Policy And Other
Budgetary Issues

(i) Mainstreaming Community mobilization activities in other vote functions and share the work plans with other implementing
partners to fund some of the activities;
(ii) Continue to Strengthen the GMSWG to oversee the implementation of the gender mainstreaming activities in other sectors.
The GMSWG will meet regularly to discuss the reports from the Gender Focal Point Officers attached to the different sectors;
(iii) Support the youth to form groups so that the groups can access the Youth Livelihood funds;
(iv) Enhance the collection of NTR through registration and inspection of workplaces and follow up with the MoFPED for the
permission to utilize NTR at source.
(v) Continue with regular review of the social protection policies and programmes to adequately include all the vulnerable groups;
and strengthen skills development and livelihood provision to youth
(vi) Develop concept papers and market them to Development Partners and other Stakeholders for possible funding; and
(vi) Strengthen the integration of social development concerns in policies and plans of other sectors; and Monitor the
implementation of the SDIP;

XI. Vote Cross Cutting Policy And Other Budgetary Issues
Table 11.1: Cross- Cutting Policy Issues

Issue Type: HIV/AIDS

Objective : To reduces discrimination and stigma of workers living with HIV and AIDs at workplaces
Issue of Concern : Workers with HIV and AIDs are often discriminated and stigmatized.
Planned Interventions : - Provision of Psychosocial Support, Counseling and referral services to the workers living with
HIV and AIDs; and
- Mobilization of the positive HIV and AIDs workers through ICT.
Budget Allocation (Billion) : 0.005
Performance Indicators: - No of Psychosocial Support, Counseling and referral services in place;
- No of workers living with HIV and AIDs receiving Psychosocial Support, Counseling and
referral; and
- No of workers living with HIV and AIDs mobilized.
Objective : To reduce the rate of HIV/ AIDS among women
Issue of Concern : HIV and AIDs infection rate is high at the workplace
Planned Interventions : - Provision of information;
- Provision of warning messages on leaflets against HIV and AIDs as well as Posters;
- Provision ICT (pop messages) against HIV and AIDs; and
- Dissemination of policy on HIV/ AIDs at the world of workplace.
Budget Allocation (Billion) : 0.005
Performance Indicators: - No of staff reached with Psychosocial care, support and counseling;
- Frequency of warning messages provided to the staff; and
- Volume of posters carrying warning messages.
Issue Type: Enviroment

Objective : To reduces Pollution (stock pollutants) in the Public offices
Issue of Concern : Majority of the market worker have less information on pollutants resulting into high pollution
(stock and fund pollutants) in the market places.

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Planned Interventions : - Provide dustbins at work places for the stock pollutants;
- Provision of maintenance and cleaning services in the work places; and
- Sensitization of workers on effective and timely apposite disposal of the pollutants (stock and
fund).
Budget Allocation (Billion) : 0.004
Performance Indicators: - No of dustbins provided at the work place;
- Amount of funds allocated for maintenance and cleaning services; and
- No of workers sensitized on effective and timely apposite disposal of the pollutants (stock and
fund)
Objective : To reduce Pollution (Fund pollutants) at the workplace
Issue of Concern : Performance of workers is affected negatively by the fund pollutants
Planned Interventions : - Give message on leaflets on pollution caused by ICT; and
- Provision of Maintenance and cleaning services etc.
Budget Allocation (Billion) : 0.004
Performance Indicators: - Volume of leaflets carrying messages on pollution caused by ICT; and
- Percentage of Budget allocated for Maintenance and cleaning services for pollutants.

XII. Personnel Information

Table 12.1 : Vote Staffing Profile by Post

Cleared Number
Authorised for of Posts Gross Salary Annual Cost Annual Cost
Filled Vacant
Post Establishme filling in Estimate Scale Rate per of Filled of Estimated
Posts Posts
nt 2017/18 d for Month Posts 2017/18 Posts 2017/18
2017/18
Askari 0 7 7 7 U8L 213,832 0 2,565,984

Assisstant Instructor 0 5 5 5 U6U 386,618 0 4,639,416

Assistant Commissioner Equity and 0 1 1 1 U1E 1,991,556 0 23,898,672
Rights
Assistant Instructor 0 5 5 5 U6L 386,618 0 4,639,416

Commissioner Youth and Children 0 1 1 1 U1SE 1,859,451 0 22,313,412
Affairs
Commissioner/Gender & Women Affairs 0 1 1 1 U1SE 1,859,451 0 22,313,412

Instructor (metal fab) 0 1 1 1 U5U 237,069 0 2,844,828

Instructor Handcraft 0 1 1 1 U7L 289,361 0 3,472,332

Instructor leather works 0 1 1 1 U5U 487,124 0 5,845,488

Kitchen Attendant 0 5 5 5 U8L 213,832 0 2,565,984

Principal Community Development 0 1 1 1 U2L 1,291,880 0 15,502,560
Officer
Principal Gerontologist 0 1 1 1 U2L 1,201,688 0 14,420,256

Principal Labour Officer (R & S) 0 1 1 1 U2L 1,259,083 0 15,108,996

Records Assistant 0 1 1 1 U7U 377,781 0 4,533,372

Social Development Officer/Equity 0 1 1 1 U4L 672,792 0 8,073,504

Women in Development Officer 0 1 1 1 U4L 672,792 0 8,073,504

Workshop Attendant 0 2 2 2 U8L 268,143 0 3,217,716

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C Gender and Equity

1.0 Introduction and Background

The Sector has identified the gender and equity issues as a result of
imbalance existing between men and women, boys and girls, vulnerability in
terms of access, control, ownership, benefit, rights, responsibilities and
participation.

2.0 Objectives

The Sector objectives that address gender and equity concerns are:

2.1 Gender Equality

2.1.1 Promote rights, gender equality and women empowerment in the
development process;
2.1.2 Redress imbalances and promote equal opportunity for all; and
2.1.3 Improve the performance of the SDS institutions.

2.2 Equity
2.2.1 Enhance effective participation of communities in the development process.

2.3 Social Inclusion and Participation
2.3.1 Promote decent employment opportunities and labour productivity;
2.3.2 Improve the resilience and productive capacity (participation) of the
vulnerable persons (youth, women and PWDs) for inclusive growth; and
2.3.3 Improve the capacity of youth to harness their potential and increase self-
employment, productivity and competitiveness;

3.0 Gender and Equity Issues
The Sector has gender and equity issues significant among the others are the
following:

3.1 Gender Issues
3.1.1 Limited economic empowerment and entrepreneurship skills for women;
3.1.2 Limited participation of women in decision making at all level of the
Councils; and
3.1.3 Gender based violence.

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3.2 Equity Issues
3.2.1 Limited participation of the vulnerable groups and the special interest group
(youth, women and PWDs) in the economic, social and political
development;
3.2.2 Increasing number of children in the Ministry Institutions /centres leading to
limited access to the basic needs / services; and
3.2.3 Limited access to justice by the juveniles.

4.0 Past Performance Sector interventions / outputs to address the above
issues are:
4.1 Specific outputs that address Gender inequalities for the period under review
at the Programme level

4.1.1 Equity Outputs
(01) Uganda Child Helpline (less than 12 years) established and supported with
Shs0.40Bn;
(02) Rolled out Cash Transfer Program for Older Persons (60 years for Karamoja
Region and 65 year of age elsewhere) and benefited a total of 146,000 Senior
Citizens Households by end of June 2017 amount in total Shs17.50Bn;
(03) Social Assistance Grants for Empowerment received by 13,239 Senior
Citizens Households in Yumbe district paid;
(04) 170 PWDs in the five (5) Institutions equipped with employable skills;
(05) Rolled out and implemented the Special Disability Grant for Persons with
Disability to all benefiting districts to enhance job creation through disbursement
of Shs3.00Bn;
(06) 31 children from Ministry institutions supported to access formal education
system;
(07) 100 youth trained in entrepreneurial and business skills;
(08) 150 young people trained in adolescent sexual reproductive health issues (09)
The National Youth Talent Expo Awards for youth in creative art; music, film, ICT
Innovative;
(10) A Framework for enabling children to develop social, economic and cultural
capacities consolidated by:
(i) Putting in place an alternative Care Framework for the children. The
Framework aims at delivering and facilitating access to appropriate alternative care
options for children deprived of parental care with emphasis on the family as a first
line of response and community responsibility for the upbringing of vulnerable
children; thereby reducing institutionalization of children;
(ii) Spearheading the formation of the National Child Protection Working Group
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information and learn from each other new lessons on child protection from
research, policy and practice).
(iii) Establishing the Uganda Child Helpline, uchl.mglsd.go.ug (The Ministry of
Gender, Labour and Social Development in partnership with UNICEF, Plan
Uganda and Civil Society Organizations established the Uganda Child Helpline
(UCHL) - 116 toll free line as a mechanism to increase reporting of cases of child
abuse. A total of 338,058 calls received of which 3,502 cases were for child abuse
and needed follow up. Out of 3502 cases, 2106 were handled and concluded while
1187 were deferred and are still under investigation.

(11) Supported a total of 1,540 youth to undertake vocational skills training in:
carpentry & joinery; brick-laying & concrete practice; tailoring; motor vehicle
mechanics; catering; hairdressing; welding & metal fabrication; computer and
electrical installation; (13) Implemented the Multi-Sectoral Strategy on Street
Children (withdrawal, tracing and reintegration) using the resources in the MTEF
while 250 Street Children and Adults from the streets of Kampala were withdrawn
and resettled in their communities; and

4.2 Specific outputs that address inequity (age, disability and location)
during the period under review at the Vote function level.

Specific amount Utilized on Outputs that Address Gender and Inequity (Age,
Disability and Location) During the Period under Review by Vote Function.

The significant amounts spent on outputs that address gender and inequity are
presented in the different vote functions

10 02 Mainstreaming Gender and rights Shs43.Bn budgeted and by end of the 2nd
Quarter FY2016/17 Shs8.800Bn had been released under the Project 1367
Ugandan Women Entrepreneurship Programme.

10 04 Social protection for the Vulnerable Groups Shs75.00Bn budgeted and by
end of the 2nd Quarter FY2016/17 Shs15.00Bn had been released under the Project
1366 Youth Livelihood Programme, SAGE, the Departments of youth and
Children Affairs as well as disability and elderly

Specific amount utilized on outputs that address inequity (age, disability and
location) during the period under review at the Vote function level

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5.0 Medium term plans Gender responsive interventions/outputs for the five
years

5.1 Gender Responsive Outputs
Under the gender responsive interventions, the Sector will:

(01) Support a total of over 9000 projects worth Shs60,263,287,293 benefiting
117,799 youth of which 48,168 representing 45% female youth;
(02) Support the implementation of the Uganda Women Entrepreneurship
Programme to provide capital / finances to women projects for income Generating
Activities in all LLGs country wide;
(03) Support the review of the Uganda Gender Policy;
(04)Support the formation of SACCOs for women at sub county level throughout
the country as a means of promotion of economic empowerment;
(05) Supported implementing partners like REACH Programme a Kapchorwa
Women Development Group with a total of Shs0.200bn as subvention to
implemented activities for the prevention of Female Genital Mutilation/ Cutting in
Karamoja and Elgon Region;
(06) Support implementing partners like the National Women Council to assist
women to come up with Income Generating Activities;
(07) Support the Local Governments with a grant for women councils to
implement activities related to empowerment of women

5.2 Equity responsive interventions/outputs for five years

(01) Support and expand the Uganda Child Helpline for children abuse cases; (02)
Roll out Cash Transfer Program for Older Persons (60 years for Karamoja Region
and 65 year of age elsewhere) to benefit a total of 320,000 Senior Citizens
Households by end of June 2019.
(03) Equip 510 PWDs in the five (5) Ministry rehabilitation institutions with
employable skills;
(04) Implement the Special Disability Grant for Persons with Disability in all
Districts to enhance job creation through disbursement of Shs9.00Bn. This was in
form of conditional grants to LGs to fund Income Generating Activity (IGAs) for
PWDs countrywide (on average a minimum of 10 groups in each district consisting
of 10-15 members in each group will benefit); and
(05) Supported implementing partners National Council for Disability to assist
districts to mobilize the PWDs to form groups to be funded for income generating
activities.

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6.0 Gender and Equity sensitive outcome indicators Outcome indicators
- %age of women and men accessing opportunities and controlling of resources; -
%age of women and men accessing opportunities and controlling of resources; -
%age of women and girls with access to credit services;
- %tage reduction in social exclusion of vulnerable groups;
- %age reduction in child abuse cases;
- %age increase in the integration of disability issues into various sector;
- %age increase in youth–employment;
- % increase in youth participation in decision making;
- No of sectors that have mainstreamed Gender in their policies, plans and
programmes;
- No of empowerment programmes targeting women and girls;
- No of SDS duty bearers trained;
- No of tribunal sittings conducted;
- No of laws and policies audited on compliance to equal opportunities;
- Percentage of labour force in gainful employment;
- %age of the literate population accessing Library and Information Services; and
- %age increase in positive behaviour among the youth.

Output indicators
- No. of duty bearers equipped with knowledge and skills to prevent and respond to
GBV;
- No of communities that have abandoned FMG/C;
- No of LGs that have established initiatives to prevent and address child
marriages;
- No of women entrepreneurs trained in entrepreneurship skills;
- No of women entrepreneurs provided with affordable credit and other financial
services;
- Number of functional MIS databases developed and maintained;
- No of women entrepreneurs that access appropriate technology;
- Number of stakeholders sensitized on Sexual Harassment Policy;
- No of vulnerable persons provided with comprehensive care and support services;
- %age reduction in cases of abuse against vulnerable persons;
- No. of PWDs rehabilitated at institutional and community based levels;
- No. of laws, policies and programmes promoting rights of the vulnerable groups;
- No. of Regulations printed and disseminated;
- No. of senior citizens accessing grants;
- No of PWDs accessing Special Grant of PWDs; and
- No. of mechanisms for Social security.

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7 Mechanisms for promotion of Gender and Equity
The Sector has made the following allocation:
(i) Gender Policy review and Dissemination Shs0.150Bn
(ii) Gender working group, Shs0.057Bn
(iii) Functional GFPs, Shs0.007Bn
(iv) G & E Research studies Shs0.01Bn
(v) G&E Tools and guidelines for dissemination Shs0.06
(vi) Assistive devices and services Shs0.002
(vii) Capacity development on G&E Shs0.03
(viii) Regional balance Shs0.01

8 Inclusive /Universal

(i) Mainstreaming Gender and Rights in policies, plans and programmes in
sectors and local governments;
(ii) Establishing and expanding comprehensive social protection programmes
for vulnerable persons;
(iii) Strengthening the scope of social assistance grant to vulnerable groups;
(iv) Expanding the scope and coverage of the social security services;
(v) Expanding labour intensive public works to poor and vulnerable
households;
(vi) Enhancing Social Rehabilitation;
(vii) Strengthening the capacity of stakeholders in human rights promotion,
protection and reporting;
(viii) Promoting formulation of gender sensitive policies, plans and
programmes in all sectors and local governments with a focus on
emerging areas of climate change and oil and gas;
(ix) Preventing and responding to Gender Based Violence;
(x) Formulating a National Sexual Harassment Policy;
(xi) Eliminating discrimination, marginalization and ensure that all persons
have equal opportunities in accessing goods and services;
(xii) Enhancing effective participation of the marginalized groups in social,
economic and political activities for sustainable and equitable
development; and
(xiii) Strengthening the capacity of the state and non-state actors to mainstream
equal opportunities and affirmative action in all policies, laws, plans,
programmes, activities, practice of traditional cultures, usages and
customs.

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(B) Specific
(i) Promoting access to social care and support services including OVC,
PWDs and older persons;
(ii) Promoting and protecting the rights of vulnerable groups-children,
PWDs, older persons against abuse, exploitation, violence and neglect;
(iii) Promoting the formulation of legal frameworks for vulnerable persons at
all levels;
(iv) Strengthening child protection systems;
(v) Preventing and responding to Female Genital mutilation/ cutting;
(vi) Promoting women economic empowerment through entrepreneurship
skills, provision of incentives, and enhancing their participation in
decision making at all levels;
(vii) Establishing the National Council for Older Persons; and
(viii) Training of the youth and PWDs in the Ministry institutions.

9.0 Past Physical Performance and Medium Terms Plans

9.1 PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE
9.1.1 PAST PERFORMANCE / ACHIEVEMENTS

(B) Medium Term Plans

(I) GENDER RESPONSIVE OUTPUTS

Under the gender responsive interventions, the Sector will:

(i) Support a total of 7259 projects worth Shs58,263,287,293 benefiting
107,799 youth of which 48,168 representing 45% female youth;
(ii) Support the implementation of the Uganda Women Entrepreneurship
Programme to provide capital / finances to women projects for Income
Generating Activities in all LLGs country wide;
(iii) Support the review of the Uganda Gender Policy;
(iv) Support the formation of SACCOs for women at sub county level
throughout the country as a means of promotion of economic
empowerment;
(v) Support implementing partners like REACH Programme a Kapchorwa
Women Development Group with a total of Shs0.200bn as subvention to
implement activities for the prevention of Female Genital Mutilation/
Cutting in Karamoja and Elgon Region;

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(vi) Support implementing partners like the National Women Council to
assist women to come up with Income Generating Activities; and
(vii) Support the Local Governments with a grant for women councils to
implement activities related to empowerment of women

II. EQUITY RESPONSIVE AND OTHER INTERVENTIONS OUTPUTS

(i) Support and expand the Uganda Child Helpline for children abuse cases;
(ii) Roll out Cash Transfer Program for Older Persons (60 years for
Karamoja Region and 65 year of age elsewhere) to benefit a total of
320,000 Senior Citizens Households by end of June 2019;
(iii) Equip 510 PWDs in the five (5) Ministry rehabilitation institutions with
employable skills;
(iv) Implement the Special Disability Grant for Persons with Disability in all
Districts to enhance job creation through disbursement of Shs9.00Bn.
This was in form of conditional grants to LGs to fund Income Generating
Activity (IGAs) for PWDs countrywide (on average a minimum of 10
groups in each district consisting of 10-15 members in each group); and
(v) Support implementing partners National Council for Disability to assist
districts to mobilize the PWDs to form groups to be funded for income
generating activities.

10.0 COMPARING PLANNED ACTIVITIES/TARGETS AGAINST
ACHIEVEMENTS WITH REGARD TO ADDRESSING GENDER
AND EQUITY ISSUES IN THE SECTOR AND HIGHLIGHT
PERFORMANCE GAPS

(i) Gender Responsive Targets

(01) Target
A total of 15066 projects worth Shs73,342,186,924 supported benefiting 196,626
youth of which 58,987 representing 30% female youth.

(01) Achievement
A total of 5507 projects worth Shs 38,842,186,924 supported benefiting 71,866
youth of which 32,113 representing 45% were female youth.

(02) Target
Establish a Ugandan Women Entrepreneurship Programme (UWEP) country wide.

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(02) Achievement
A Ugandan Women Entrepreneurship Programme (UWEP) established and piloted
in 20 LGs of Bundibugyo, Kalangala, Kaliro, Kisoro, Kampala, Kamuli, Kayunga,
Kibale, Kitgum, Mayuge, Kiruhura, Katakwi, Koboko, Kole, Moroto,
Nakasongola, Nebbi, Ntungamo, Otuke and Wakiso.

(03) Target
Support a total of 1,540 youth of which 362 representing 30% are female to
undertake vocational skills training

(03) Achievement
Supported a total of 1,540 youth of which 539 representing 35% were women to
undertake vocational skills training in: carpentry & joinery; brick-laying &
concrete practice; tailoring; motor vehicle mechanics; catering; hairdressing;
welding & metal fabrication; computer and electrical installation;

(04) Target
Provide training services to 2500 youth of which 750 representing 30% are female
in business skills and entrepreneurship.

(04) Achievement
A total of 1,819 youth of which 567 representing 33% female were trained in
business skills and entrepreneurship:

(i) 450 young people of which 149 female in TWIGA module for self-employment,
(ii) 400 youth leaders of which 132 female in HIV/AIDS peer education and
counseling,
(iii) 568 youth promoters of which 187 female in sexual reproductive health; and
(iv) 300 youth of which 149 female in specialized skills; beekeeping, carpentry and
joinery and poultry keeping;

Equity

(1) Target
Roll out and implement the Special Disability Grant for Persons with Disability to
all Districts to enhance job creation.

(01) Achievement
Rolled out and implemented the Special Disability Grant for Persons with
Disability to all Districts to enhance job creation through disbursement of

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Shs3.00Bn. This was in form of conditional grants to LGs to fund Income
Generating Activity (IGAs) for PWDs countrywide (on average a minimum of ten
groups in each district consisting of 10-15 members in each group have benefited);

(02) Target
Rolled out Cash Transfer Program for Older Persons and include 100 oldest
persons in each sub county countrywide benefiting a total of 140,000 Senior
Citizens Households by end of June 2015.

(02) Achievement
Rolled out Cash Transfer Program for all Older Persons and benefited a total of
123,000 Senior Citizens Households by end of June 2015. The Beneficiaries were
from the 15 piloting Social Assistance Grant for Empowerment (SAGE) districts of
Kyenjojo, Kiboga, Kaberamaido, Moroto, Nakapiripirit, Nebbi, Apac, Katawki,
Kole, Kyegegwa, Napak, Zombo, Kyenkwanzi, Yumbe and Amudat. The
beneficiaries were paid through DFID's Managing Agent;

(03) Target
170 PWDs in the five (5) Institutions equipped with employable skills;

(03) Achievement
170 PWDs in the five (5) Institutions equipped with employable skills;

(04) Target
Support children from Ministry institutions to access formal education

(04) Achievement

31 children from Ministry institutions supported to access formal education.

(05) Target
Support all children in contact with the law empowered to access justice

(05) Achievement
25 Children in conflict with law the empowered to access justice;

(06) Target
Protect and support children and youth in the Ministry Institutions

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(06) Achievement
A total of 1,287 children and youth supported and protected;

(07) Target
Initiate a National Youth Talent Expo Awards in creative art; music, film, ICT -
Innovative Applications and Comedy.

(07) Achievement
The National Youth Talent Expo Awards for youth in creative art; music, film, ICT
-Innovative Applications and Comedy implemented;

11.0 Outcomes to Attainment Of Gender Equality

(i) Improved livelihood of 71,866 youth countrywide of which 32,113 representing
45% were female youth;
(ii) Improved livelihood of women at sub county level throughout the country as a
means of promotion of economic empowerment;
(iii) Increased number of women getting financial assistance to start Income
Generating Activities;
(iv) Improved wellbeing of Senior Citizens Households from the 55 piloting Social
Assistance Grant for Empowerment (SAGE) districts;
(v) Increased number of SACCOs for women at sub county level throughout the
country as a means of source of economic empowerment;
(vi) Increased capacity of implementing partners REACH Programme a
Kapchorwa Women Development Group to implemented activities for the
prevention of Female Genital Mutilation/ Cutting in Karamoja and Elgon Region;
(vii) Increased capacity of implementing partners National Women Council to
assist women to come up with Income Generating Activities;
(viii) Increased access and coverage of Uganda Child Helpline;
(ix) Increased access to Cash Transfer Program for Older Persons (60 years for
Karamoja Region and 65 year of age elsewhere);
(x) Improved welfare of PWDs in the five (5) Institutions;
(xi) Increased number of youth participating in the National Youth Talent Expo
Awards for youth in creative art; music, film, ICT -Innovative Applications and
Comedy;
(xii) An efficient and effective framework for enabling children to develop social,
economic and cultural capacities in place as evident by: - An operational
Alternative Care Framework for the children leading to increased access to
appropriate alternative care options for children deprived of parental care with
emphasis on the family as a first line of response and community responsibility for

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the upbringing of vulnerable children; thereby reducing institutionalization of
children; - An operational National Child Protection Working Group; - An
operational Uganda Child Helpline on uchl.mglsd.go.ug (The Ministry of Gender,
Labour and Social Development in partnership with UNICEF, Plan Uganda and
Civil Society Organizations established the Uganda Child Helpline (UCHL) - 116
toll free line as amechanism to increase reporting of cases of child abuse.
(xiii) 1,728 vulnerable children in Ministry institutions access food and non-food
items, psychosocial support, medical care, attendance of court sessions and
rehabilitation of children in conflict with the law;
(xiv) A total of 1,540 youth have improved vocational skills in; carpentry &
joinery, brick-laying & concrete practice, tailoring, motor vehicle mechanics,
catering, hairdressing, welding & metal fabrication, computer and electrical
installation;
(xv) Increased number of self-employed PWDs through Income Generating
Activity (IGAs) countrywide (on average a minimum of 10 groups in each district
consisting of 10-15 members in each group);
(xvi) Increased number of Street Children and Adults from the streets of Kampala
and withdrawn and resettled in their communities; and
(xvii) An operational OVCMIS and increased access to OVCMIS data on
ovcmis.mglsd.go.ug.

12.0 Specific amount Utilized on Outputs that Address Gender and Inequity
(Age, Disability and Location) During the Period under Review by Vote
Function.

The significant amounts spent on outputs that address gender and inequity are
presented in the different vote functions

10 02 Mainstreaming Gender and rights

Shs3,000,000,000 budgeted and by end of the 2nd Quarter FY2015/16
Shs900,000,000 had been released under the Project 1367 Ugandan Women
Entrepreneurship Programme.

10 04 Social protection for the Vulnerable Groups

Shs45,000,000,000 budgeted and by end of the 2nd Quarter FY2015/16
Shs15,200,000,000 had been released under the Project 1366 Youth Livelihood
Programme, SAGE, the Departments of youth and Children Affairs as well as
disability and elderly

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13.0 Gender and Equity Responsive Outputs as Well as Activities Planned for
the Medium Term to Ensure Equitable Service Delivery by Programme.

The Gender And Equity Responsive Outputs Are:

10 02 Mainstreaming Gender and women Empowerment Programme
(i) Gender sector-specific concerns in various MDAs and local governments
identified and integrated in sector policies and plans;
(ii) Policies, Plans and programs in the sectors of Water and Environment and
Energy and Mineral Development reviewed to integrate gender concerns;
(iii) Capacity of districts staff and stakeholders in human rights mainstreaming,
promotion, protection and reporting built;
(iv) Gender mainstreaming in sector and LGs policies, plans and programmes
enhanced
(v) Increased number of GBV survivors/victims reporting through GBVMIS;
(vi) Capacity of duty bearers to prevent and respond to GBV enhanced;
(vii) Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) activities implemented; and
(viii) Child marriages eliminated.

10 04 Social Protection for Vulnerable Programme

(i) Increased access to social assistance by vulnerable groups;
(ii) Social security expanded to include informal sector;
(iii) Labour intensive public works promoted to cover the poor and vulnerable
households;
(iv) Increased access to comprehensive social care and support services by
vulnerable groups;
(v) Reduce cases of abuse, violence, exploitation and neglect of children (less than
15 years of age);
(vi) Concerns of vulnerable children, PWDs and older persons mainstreamed into
all sectors and at all levels;
(vii) Child protection systems strengthened;
(viii) Council for older persons (60 years of age for Karamoja Region and 65
elsewhere) established; and
(ix) Skills among young people promoted.

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10 06 Promotion of Equal Opportunities and Redressing Imbalances
Programme

(i) Tribunal sittings Conducted;
(ii) Increased investigations made out of the total complaints and petitions received
by the Commission;
(iii) Laws and Policies in Uganda examined on their compliance to equal
opportunities;
(iv) Public and private institutions audited and certified as equal opportunities
employers;
(v) Participation of marginalized groups in decision-making process monitored and
reports produced and shared with relevant authorities/stakeholders; and (vi)
Involvement of marginalized groups in decision-making processes assessed within
Parliament and LGs.

10 81 Community Mobilization and Empowerment Programme

(i) Capacity of Sector Planers and Local Council Leaders to mainstream Equal
Opportunities strengthened; and
(ii) Dialogues with LGAs-CAOs, DHOs, DCPs, Referral hospitals and the public
on Equal Opportunities held.

14.0 Gender And Equity Responsive Outputs as Well as Activities Planned for
the Ensuing Financial Year.

1002 Mainstreaming Gender and Women Empowerment

With the aim of promoting rights, gender equality and women empowerment, the
Ministry will among others pursue policies and programmes to further consolidate
the gains and accelerate progress, as a priority area under the special interest group
of the women, in line with Uganda Vision 2040 and NDP II. Further, the Ministry
will:

(i) Review, develop and disseminate regulatory frameworks in order to strengthen
gender equality and women empowerment;
(ii) Protect the rights of women and girls through provision of services and
programme to end child marriages and teenage pregnancy;
(iii) Print and disseminate the Uganda Gender Policy evaluation Report and
Guidelines for mainstreaming gender in policies, plans and programmes;

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(iv) Continue to sensitize and raise awareness, enforcing the law as well as
providing support to communities to abandon FGM;
(v) Develop affirmative actions/ strategies in accordance with the constitutional
and statutory provisions to enhance the empowerment of women;
(vi) Review National Equal Opportunities Policy;
(vii) Print the Human Rights Mainstreaming Strategy and Equity promotion
Strategy;
(viii) Support the Uganda Women Entrepreneurship Programme (UWEP) aimed at
promoting a conducive business environment and building institutional and human
capacities that will encourage and support the entrepreneurial initiatives to women;
(ix) Implement a National Policy and Action Plan to eliminate Gender Based
Violence (GBV) and Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). The policy will guide all
actors on provision of services to GBV survivors and actions to reduce incidences
of GBV at family, community an institutional levels;
(x) Support MDAs to operationalize the gender and equity budget provision in the
Public Finance Management Act 2014 to integrate a gender perspective in their
plans and budgets so as to ensure equal opportunity and benefit for women, men,
boys and girls;
(xi) Support REACH NGOs with a non-wage subvention of Shs0.085bn and
Shs1.000bn (Shs0.8Bn for NWC and Shs0.2Bn for REACH) to monitor women
activities and implement activities for the eradication of Female Genital Mutilation
/ Cutting;
(xii) Build capacity of 100 Local Government Staff on gender mainstreaming and
women's empowerment initiatives as well as 150 Ministry staff in Right based
approach to planning and budgeting; and
(xiii) Roll out and operationalize a National Gender Based Violence Data Base
(NGBVD) in 58 LGs.

10 03 Labour Productivity and Employment Vote Programme

With the aim of providing a conducive environment for promotion of labour
productivity and employment coupled with the need to promote decent workplaces
as well as raising awareness on labour and OSH standards, the Ministry will
among others:

(i) Develop, review and disseminate regulatory framework on labour productivity
and employment;
(ii) Ensure labour Standards: by conducting inspections of 300 Workplaces on
labour standards including conditions and terms of work and investigate 200
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and settle 200 labour complaints. In addition inspect a total of 600 work places for
OSH Standards/ Regulations as well as certify 600 lifting equipment; and
(iii) Encourage youth to undertake integrated patriotism and skilling training and
train a total of 10 OSH Committees at workplaces in OSH implementation
measures.

10 04 Social Protection for the Vulnerable Groups

The Ministry has identified challenges facing the vulnerable groups (children,
youth, PWDs and Elderly) in regard to accessing, controlling, owning, benefiting
and participating in the overall development process. As a solution to these
challenges, the Ministry proposes to:

(i) Strengthen and invest in child protection systems in the country at all levels; (ii)
Enhance prevention and referral of child abuse cases through mechanisms like
Child helpline, alternative care framework and implementation of strategy to end
child marriage and teenage pregnancy;
(iii) Strengthen and support juvenile justice system and promote diversion of minor
child offenders from entering into justice system;
(iv) Strengthen inspection of babies and children homes;
(v) Spearhead implementation of the National Social Protection Policy particularly
by strengthening coordination arrangements, delivery mechanisms and monitoring
systems for multisectoral social protection interventions;
(vi) Fast track the national rollout of the Senior Citizens Grant, research in new
interventions for extension of social security coverage to the informal sector and
other vulnerable groups as well as strengthening delivery of Social Care and
Support Services. In regards to national rollout of the SAGE Programme in
particular, the Ministry will: - Establish targeting and registration systems to
enable SAGE grants delivery to 179,255 beneficiaries in 55 districts; - Provide
orientation and training of local governments to effectively manage
implementation and monitoring of SAGE; and - Monitor implementation of the
SAGE Programme in 40 districts.
(vii) Establish a family inspection system to ensure that children (1-15 years of
age) are not harmed or abused in homes; - Promote and increase access to quality
and affordable basic services (education, health, nutrition, shelter, safe water) to
children (1-15 years of age), especially the vulnerable; - Advocate and network for
investment in children (1-15 years of age) at all levels to improve their wellbeing.
This will include care and protection of children in private and public institutions;
ensuring abandoned children are internally fostered and adopted so as to minimize
international adoption and institutionalization of children; - Increase

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competitiveness and productivity of the youth through capacity building and
empowerment for self-employment through the Youth Livelihood Programme,
regional youth training institutions and awards scheme for talented youth; -
Initiate, strengthen and streamline all programmes and services to target the youth
growing population; and - Strengthen, support and fully implement countrywide
existing youth targeted programmes such as the Youth Livelihood Programme and
Skilling Uganda. The Youth Livelihood Programme will benefit at least 280,000
youth, basing on the past achievements (phase I and II).
(viii) Establish national youth service scheme to promote patriotism, mentoring
and skills to youth.
(ix) Offer Internship Programme through the Programme for Green Jobs and Fair
Labour Markets (PROGREL) for youth at Universities and tertiary institutions to
gain experience, which is critical when seeking formal employment in the current
dynamic job markets nationally and internationally;
(x) Continue to promote employment opportunities for Persons With Disabilities
(PWDs) through mobilizing resources for the Special Grant for Persons With
Disabilities (SGPWDs) and community-based activities for their empowerment to
participate in development on equal basis with others;
(xi) Progressively provide for PWDs components and slots in all Government
programmes;
(xii) Provide seed grants to groups and individuals through the Youth Livelihood
Programme, with particular focus on the urban poor youth, women and men
engaged in businesses such as market vending, bodaboda, urban farming, salons,
car washing, motor-vehicle repair garages, carpenters and various artisans;
(xiii) Build capacity to empower youth for competitiveness, productivity and self-
employment through the Youth Livelihood Programme. This area will support
2345 youth projects in 140 LGs country wide befitting over 280,000 youth of
which 117600 female.
(xiv) Support the National Council for Disability with Shs0.036bn and Shs0.500bn
for Wages and Non-Wage subvention to monitor activities to the PWDs; and
National Council for Older persons supported with Shs0.026Bn for its
establishment;
(xv) Monitor Access to quality and affordable basic services (nutrition and shelter)
to children especially the vulnerable; 30 districts on quality of child helpline
services; 50 local governments on programs for youth and children; 50 children
and babies homes inspected; and 13 youth institutions; and
(xvi) Provide care and protection (food and non-food items) to a total of 4,853
children and youth in Ministry institutions;

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15.0 Planned Mechanisms for the Promotion of Gender Equality and Equity
in the Sector

The mechanisms the sector uses are:
-Focal Point officers who meet to share the experience Gender Focal Pointer
Officers (GFPO) for the different sectors) e,g GFPO in water sector, health,
agriculture etc;
-The Ministry has five sub sector working groups who meet monthly and report the
sector working groups which meet quarterly. The subcommittee are: Gender and
equity subcommittee; the social protection subcommittee; Labour productivity and
employment subcommittee;
-Target setting for example under the Youth Livelihood Programme, there is a
requirement that at least 30% of the beneficiaries must be female; under the
Uganda Women Entrepreneurship Programme all Beneficiaries must be Women;
Under the special Grant for PWDs all beneficiaries must be persons with
disabilities

16.00 Budget Allocations for Gender and Equity

Specify budget allocations to priority outputs addressing gender and equity issues
by vote function are:
-10 02 Mainstreaming gender and Women Empowerment Shs40.9148Bn;
-10 04 Social Protection for the Vulnerable groups Shs62.8984Bn;
-10 06 Promotion of equal opportunities and redressing imbalances Shs4.197Bn;
and
-10 81 Community Mobilization and empowerment Shs7.141Bn

(A) Gender Specific Expenditures by Programme.
The special programmes to address gender inequalities and equity targeting
disadvantaged regions/locations and groups under the following Vote functions:

(i) Mainstreaming Gender and Rights Vote Function
- Shs39.00Bn for the Uganda Women Entrepreneurship Programme;
- Shs0.245Bn for Income Generating activities through the National Women’s
Council; and

- Shs0.200Bn for REACH specifically for elimination of FGM in Eastern Uganda;

(ii) Social Protection for the Vulnerable Groups Vote Function- Shs60.66Bn
for Youth Livelihood Programme targeting unemployed youth;

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(iii) Community Mobilization and Empowerment Vote Function

- Shs0.580Bn for the district Women Councils for mobilization of women.

(iv) Promotion of Equal Opportunities and Redressing Imbalances Vote
Function

- Shs0.580Bn for the district Women Councils for mobilization of women.

(b) Equity Specific Expenditures by Vote Function.

The special programmes to address equity issues targeting disadvantaged
regions/locations and groups under the following Vote functions are:

(i) Promotion of Labour Productivity and Employment Programme

- Shs0.345Bn to implement National Action Plan on Youth Employment and
National Action Plan on Youth; and
- Shs0.100Bn Offer Internship Programme through the Programme for Green Jobs
and Fair Labour Markets (PROGRE) for youth at Universities and tertiary
institutions to gain experience, which is critical when seeking formal employment
in the current dynamic job markets nationally and internationally.

(ii) Social Protection for the Vulnerable Groups Programme

- Shs5.939Bn for the youth (18-30 years) to build capacity to empower youth for
competitiveness, productivity and self-employment through the Youth Livelihood
Programme. This area will support 2345 youth projects in 140 LGs country wide
befitting over 280,000 youth of which 117600 are female;
- Shs20.787Bn for the youth (18-30 years) to provide seed grants to groups and
individuals through the Youth Livelihood Programme, with particular focus on the
urban poor youth, women and men engaged in businesses such as market vending,
bodaboda, urban farming, salons, car washing, motor-vehicle repair garages,
carpenters and various artisans;
- Shs1.187Bn for the youth (18-30 years) to train Youth with approved projects in
Appraisal process; Business planning; Entrepreneurship Skills; Procurement skills;
Financial Management; Transparency and Anti-corruption and Accountability;
Group dynamics and Life Skills;

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- Shs0.250Bn for Enhancing prevention and referral of child (1-15 years of age)
abuse cases through mechanisms like Child helpline alternative care framework
and implementation of strategy to end child marriage and teenage pregnancy;
- Shs9.00Bn for SAGE to roll the Senior Citizens (60 years of age for Karamoja
region and 65 years of age elsewhere) and children (Below the age of 18 years)
headed house hold Grant in 55 local governments across the country.
- Shs0.100Bn under the recurrent Budget in the Component of Programme for
Children and Youth promote and increase access to quality and affordable basic
services (education, health, nutrition, shelter, safe water) to children, especially the
vulnerable;

(7) Follow up a total of 1350 child abuse cases (Uganda Child Help Line (UCHL)
case management). Also support the UCHL operational - monthly telephone costs
for toll free 116, transport (motorcycles);

- Shs0.400Bn under the component of Programme for children and Youth to
provide support, care for, protection, training, equipment and materials to children
in eight (8) Vocational Institutions; 170 PWDs in the five (5) Institutions and 300
Volume of assorted training materials; 50 groups of Older Persons; 60 LGs;
- Shs3.00Bn for promoting employment opportunities for Persons With Disabilities
(PWDs) through mobilizing resources for the Special Grant for Persons With
Disabilities (SGPWDs) and community-based activities for their empowerment to
participate in development on equal basis with others;
-Shs1.450Bn under the street children funds, rescue, rehabilitate, trace origin and
integrate a total of 4,500 children in risky/vulnerable situations on the streets of
major towns in Uganda; and
- Shs9.00Bn for older people (60 years of age for Karamoja and 65 years of age
elsewhere) for social assistance grant for empowerment
- Shs3.00Bn Special Grant for People with Disabilities for job creation for the
PWDs through formation of groups to be funded for Income generating Activities;
- Shs0.536Bn for National Councils for Disability to mobilize PWDs for
development purposes;
- Shs0.399Bn for Community Based Rehabilitation. It will be used for among
others: sensitization and training of communities including PWDs on management
of disabilities; income generating activities and provision of assistive devices for
the PWDs.

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17.0 Gender and equity Programme performance issues

Challenges for the Medium Term

Internal and external challenges among others are the following:

(a) Internal challenges

(i) Inadequate Capacity (Human, equipment and tools) for the enforcement of the
elimination of discrimination, marginalization and ensure that all persons have
equal opportunities in accessing goods and services;
(ii) Inadequate Capacity for (Human, equipment and tools) effective participation
of the marginalized in social, economic and political activities for sustainable and
equitable development;
(iii) The needs for the vulnerable persons are many and dynamic;
(iv) Full implementation of a comprehensive social protection programmes for
vulnerable persons may be constrained by the Budget resources available; and
(v) Resistance from the already established agencies providing the social security
services.

(b) External Challenges

(i) Delay in the approval of the regulatory frameworks due to lengthy consultations
because of the crosscutting and complementary nature of the issues;
(ii) Changes in policies and legal framework;
(iii) Mind set (social cultural feeling) of the target group; and
(iv) Insufficient resources;

Propose solutions as well as complementary actions and responsible actors to
enhance sector performance to address the identified gaps.

Challenge One:

The current regulatory frameworks are not comprehensive to include the increasing
and dynamic needs for the vulnerable persons.

Action

Conduct frequent review of the current regulatory frameworks to address all the
needs of the Vulnerable groups.

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Responsible Actors

The Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development; Development Partners,
Civil Society Organisation, Faith Based Organisation and Non-Governmental
Organisations, Member of Parliament, Ministry of Justice and Constitutional
Affairs, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Health.

Challenge: Two

The current Sector Ceiling in the MTEF and Medium Term cannot accommodate a
full comprehensive social protection programmes for all the vulnerable persons;

Action

Develop an Action Plan and share it with Development Partners, CSO, FBO and
other stakeholders to fund some of the activities. Further lobby the Parliament and
Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development for increased funding.

Responsible Actors

The Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development; Development Partners,
Civil Society Organisation, Faith Based Organisation, Non-Governmental
Organisations and Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development.

Challenge Three

Inadequate capacity for mainstreaming Gender and Rights in policies, plans and
programmes in sectors and local governments. Knowledge and expertise to
mainstream gender in the BFPs is inadequate and many Local Governments are
finding problems to mainstream gender into their budget framework papers,
policies, plans and programs.

Action

Formation of a resource pool (Training of Trainers) with representation from
sectors and Local Government that can build the capacity of the sectors and Local
Governments on how to address the Public Finance and Management Act 2014
requirement of the Gender and Equity Budgeting requirements.

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Responsible Actors

The Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development; Equal Opportunities
Commission, Civil Society Organization, Faith Based Organization, Women
Members of Parliament, Development Partners, Women Forward-looking Groups,
Non-Governmental Organizations and Ministry of Finance, Planning and
Economic Development.

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Annexes

Annexes
to
Ministerial Policy Statement
FY2017/18

for
the Section on Vote 018
Ministry of Gender, Labour and
Social Development

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S/N Annex Description Page

1 Annex 1 Sub Programme Annual Workplan Outputs………………………... 57
2 Annex 2 Cash flow…………………………………………………………… 119
3 Annex 3 Organogram………………………………………………………….
121
4 Annex 4 Costed Staff list for staff in post…………………………………….
123
5 Annex 5 Recruitment Plan……………………………………………….……
139
6 Annex 6 Wage Overview……………………………………………………...
141
7 Annex 7 Procurement Plan……………………………………………………
143
8 Annex 8 Budget Overview…………………………………………………… 205
9 Annex 9 Itemised Budget……………………………………………………..
207
10 Annex 10 Vehicle Utilization Report………………………………………….. 237
11 Annex 11 Asset Register………………………………………………………. 243

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Annex 1

Sub-Programme Annual
Workplan Outputs
for

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Social Development

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SubProgramme Annual Workplan Outputs
Programme : 10 01 Community Mobilisation and Empowerment

Sub Programme:13 Community Development and Literacy

Responsible Officer: Tumwesigye Everest

Objectives: To enhance the capacity of communities to effectively participate in the development process for
improved livelihood.

Workplan Outputs for 2016/17 and 2017/18
FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 01 Policies, Sector plans Guidelines and Standards on Community Mobilisation and Empowerment

- 1500 copies of the Community Development 5000 Copies of the National Community i) 6000 copies of the National
Policy and Action plan printed and disseminated; Development Policy (NCDP) printed. Community Development Policy printed
- National Adult Literacy Policy and Action Plan - NCDP disseminated to 38 District and disseminated
disseminated; and Community Development Officers DCDOs ii) Consultative workshops on
- 1000 copies of the FAL guidelines printed. and 12 Municipal Principal Community Community Mobilisation and
Development Officers (PCDOs) at Reliance Empowerment (CME) Bill conducted
hotel Mbale. iii) Regional consultations on CME Bill
conducted
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 322,557 105,201 367,074

Wage Recurrent 146,253 73,026 146,253

NonWage Recurrent 176,304 32,174 220,821

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 02 Advocacy and Networking

- Three (3) Contract staff paid salaries; International Literacy Day commemorated - Stakeholders workshop on financial
- International Literacy Day commemorated on 8th at Nabitende sub county-Iganga district on support to the department conducted
September, 2016 8th September 2016.
-FAL Statistical Abstract for FY16/17 printed; and -International Literacy Day
- One (1) international meeting on FAL attended. commemorated on 8th September 2017
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 133,320 47,614 15,285

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 133,320 47,614 15,285

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 04 Training, Skills Development and Training Materials

- 4933 FAL materials (1000 Primers, 1000 Draft FAL curriculum with Food & -FAL curriculum reviewed
instructors guide, 1000 Follow up Readers and nutrition security and Early childhood -Learning units for the
1933 FAL Learners Certificates) printed and development issue in place ICOLEW programme developed
disseminated to LGs; and
- Four (4) sets of Adult Learners' Examinations
prepared and distributed to all Local Government
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 61,680 14,894 71,108

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SubProgramme Annual Workplan Outputs
Programme : 10 01 Community Mobilisation and Empowerment

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 61,680 14,894 71,108

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 05 Monitoring, Technical Support Supervision and Backstopping

- 60 Local Governments provided with technical 49 District local governments monitored and (i) conduct monitoring and technical
backstopping, mentoring and monitoring services on back stopped including backstopping to 55 local governments
Community Development and FAL activities: Budaka,Kibuku,Kiboga,Butaleja,Kyankwan i)Conduct monitoring and support
Northern Region zi, luwero,Mpigi, Nakasongola, Wakiso, supervision to the 3 pilot disticts under the
The LGs of Agago ,Adijumani, Amolatar, Amudat, Mukono, Butambala,Buyende,Kaliro and ICOLEW programme
Amuria, Amuru, Apac, Dokolo ,Gulu, Kaberamaido, Tororo
Kitg
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 145,980 72,990 181,920

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 145,980 72,990 181,920

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 52 Support to National Library of Uganda (Development Project, Wage and Non Wage Subvention)

Shs0.281bn for Wage Subvention and Shs0.150bn Wage Subvention and Non-wage Support to National Library of Uganda
for Non-wage subvention to National Library of subvention to National Library of Uganda (Wage and non wage subvention)
Uganda disbursed to monitor and evaluate public disbursed to monitor and evaluate public
Library activities country wide. Library activities country wide.
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 431,330 170,241 431,330

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 431,330 170,241 431,330

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 1,094,867 410,939 1,066,717

Wage Recurrent 146,253 73,026 146,253

NonWage Recurrent 948,614 337,913 920,464

AIA 0 0 0

Sub Programme:14 Culture and Family Affairs

Responsible Officer: Juliana Naumo:

Objectives: Spearhead the social transformation of culture and family to improve livelihood for sustainable
development

Workplan Outputs for 2016/17 and 2017/18
FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 01 Policies, Sector plans Guidelines and Standards on Community Mobilisation and Empowerment

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SubProgramme Annual Workplan Outputs
Programme : 10 01 Community Mobilisation and Empowerment

- Six (6) Officers paid salaries; - Twelve (12) Officers paid salaries (i) 16 Officers paid salaries
- Consultations on Kiswahili Bill held; -Draft principles of Repeal of Uganda (ii) National Culture Policy Reviewed and
- Parenting guidelines validated; National Culture Centre Act developed disseminated
- Creative Economy Action Plan printed and -Entertainment guidelines validated (ii)Two (2) conventions on Copy Rights
disseminated; -Uganda National Family Policy technical Ratified
- Consultation of the UCC Act made; consultations held (iii) Entertainment Policy disseminated
- Parenting and entertainment guidelines printed and - Creative Economy Action Plan printed and (iv) Family Policy developed and
disseminated disseminated
-Consultations on the UNCC Act made (v) Parenting guidelines developed and
-Parenting guidelines validated disseminated
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 108,437 45,885 159,757

Wage Recurrent 84,807 42,372 84,807

NonWage Recurrent 23,630 3,513 74,950

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 02 Advocacy and Networking

- Work harmoniously with Cultural and Traditional -Year of the Family, 2017 Roadmap (i) JAMAFEST prepared
Leaders for the development of their respective launched (ii) National Culture Forum facilitated
kingdoms and Uganda as a whole; -National Culture Forum conducted (iii) International days (mother tongue,
- Institutionalize a national value system that will, -International Cultural Fare conducted family and culture) commemorated
among others, be based on positive aspects of our -consultations on the report on the bark (iv) Mandatory foreign travels facilitated
culture and transform cloth making in Uganda facilitated (v) Kiswahili Council established
-JAMAFEST meetings facilitated
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 21,550 6,046 21,550

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 21,550 6,046 21,550

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 04 Training, Skills Development and Training Materials

- Ten (10) districts trained on parenting and - Support the emerging film industry by (i) TOTs in 156 LGs on parenting
entertainment guidelines; and assisting Actors to get training and guidelines tool kit and manual trained
- Support the emerging film industry by assisting equipment.
Actors to get training and equipment.
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 2,546 379 54,200

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 2,546 379 54,200

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 05 Monitoring, Technical Support Supervision and Backstopping

-14 LGs monitored on the culture and family -I9 LGs monitored on Culture and Family (i) Year of family reviewed
functions: functions: Northern Region; Maracha, (ii) 28 LGs monitored on culture and
Yumbe, Amuru, Gulu and Nebbi; Eastern family functions
Northern Region Region; Iganga, Kaliro, Soroti, Bukedea, (iii) Departmental vehicles maintained
The LGs of Maracha, yumbe and Amuru. Jinja and Butalejja; Western region;
Masindi. Mbarara, Hoima; Central region;
Eastern Region Mpigi, Masaka, Lyantonde, Lwengo,
The LGs of Iganga, Kaliro, Soroti, Bukedea and Mukono and Buikwe
Butalejja.

Western Region
The LGs of Masindi, Hoimaand Kiryandongo.

Central Regi

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SubProgramme Annual Workplan Outputs
Programme : 10 01 Community Mobilisation and Empowerment

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 36,280 13,109 81,807

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 36,280 13,109 81,807

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 51 Support to Traditional Leaders provided

- Financial support provided to individual Cultural 14 Cultural/Traditional leaders facilitated: - (i) Support to 14 traditional leaders
Heads. A total of 15 Traditional Leaders / Heads Emorimor Papa Iteso; -Omukama wa provided
each of them paid monthly emoluments of Tooro; -Omukama wa Bunyoro Kitara; -
Shs0.005Bn. The Traditional / Cultural Leaders / Lawi Rwodi me Acholi; -Kwar Adhola; -
Heads are of : Omusinga bwa Rwenzururu; -Won Nyaci
(01) Kabaka wa Buganda; me Lango; - Rwoth Ubimu me Alur; -
(02) Emorimor Papa Iteso Omukama wa Buruuli; -Kamuswaga wa
Kooki; -Inzu ya Masaba;-Obudingiya bwa
Bwamba;-Isebantu Kyabazinga wa Busoga;-
Ikumbania bwa Bugwere
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 840,000 405,000 780,000

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 840,000 405,000 780,000

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 53 Support to the Promotion of Culture and family provided

-Supported the development and promotion of National Culture Centre Supported with
indigenous knowledge through documentation of Wage subvention
local knowledge, blending indigenous technology
with scientific technology to promote development
of the local artisan and craftsmanship; and
- Promoted and supporte
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 27,000 0 0

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 27,000 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 54 Sector Institutions and Implementing Partners Supported

- Supported Inter - Religious Council subvention of (i) Inter religious Council supported
1.00Bn; and
- Supported cultural institutions as custodians of
heritage to play an effective role in giving the
different people in Uganda their unique identity.
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 1,000,000 148,668 1,000,000

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 1,000,000 148,668 1,000,000

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Programme : 10 02 Gender, Equality and Women's Empowerment

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 2,035,813 619,086 2,097,314

Wage Recurrent 84,807 42,372 84,807

NonWage Recurrent 1,951,006 576,714 2,012,507

AIA 0 0 0

Sub Programme:11 Gender and Women Affairs
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Responsible Officer: Marge Kyomukamma:Ag Commissioner Gender and Women Affairs

Objectives: To promote Gender and Women empowerment

Workplan Outputs for 2016/17 and 2017/18
FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 01 Policies, Guidelines and Standards for mainstreaming Gender & Other Social Dev't Concerns

- 12 Officers paid salaries; (i)Gender and Equity budgeting compacts (i) Salary paid
- Policies and programmes pursued to further for Education, Water and Sanitation Sectors (ii) Uganda Gender Policy approved,
consolidate the gains and accelerate progress, as a developed disseminated and popularized
priority area, in line with Uganda Vision 2040; (ii)The draft National Policy and Action (iii) Action Plan for 2nd Uganda Gender
- Rights of women and girls protected through Plan on the Elimination of GBV In Uganda Policy implemented
provision of services and programme was passed by Cabinet on 17th August (iv) National Policy and Action Plan on
2016. the Policy provides a framework for the Elimination of GBV implemented
comprehensive and multi sectoral action to (v) Guidelines for gender mainstreaming
prevent GBV and provide care and support in MDAs disseminated
services to GBV survivors. 10 MDAs supported to mainstream gender
(iii) TORs for contracting a consultant for and rights
revision of the Uganda Gender Policy
formulated
(iv) The Uganda Gender Policy 2007
evaluated;
(v)Guidelines for Gender mainstreaming in
Local Governments reviewed
(vi) Multi sectoral framework for reporting
on progress in gender equality and women¶s
empowerment developed;
(v) National Policy and Action Plan on the
Elimination of Gender Based Violence 2016
in Uganda was finalized
(vi)500 copies of each Policy document and
Action plan printed and disseminated

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 251,786 92,735 226,772

Wage Recurrent 151,786 73,815 151,786

NonWage Recurrent 100,000 18,920 74,986

AIA 0 0 0

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Programme : 10 02 Gender, Equality and Women's Empowerment

Output: 02 Advocacy and Networking

- Communities sensitized on the laws to abandon (i)Pokot Culture Day 2016 on 1st July in (i) International Womens Day
FGM; Amudat Distarict Local Government commemorated on 8th March 2018,
- Affirmative actions / strategies in accordance with commemorated
the constitutional and statutory provisions to (ii) Enforcement of FGM Act ongoing in the (ii) GoU participation on the 62nd
enhance the empowerment of women developed; Sebei region Commission on the Status of Women
- International Women¶s Day commemorated on 8th (iii) 16 Days of Activism against GBV (CSW),
March, 2 commemorated (iii) Annual 16 days of Activism against
(iv) 2 press conferences held in response to GBV campaign commemorated
the increasing murder cases of women as a
result of violence reported in the media
(v) 348 survivors (80 males, 268 females)
accessed services through the GBV shelters
and community activities in Kamuli and
Namutumba Districts.
(vi) 80% of the GBV cases received were
concluded through Alternative dispute
resolution/ mediation
(vii)961 survivors received support through
the 2 GBV Advisory centers (Kamuli and
Namutumba

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 250,000 90,750 283,014

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 250,000 90,750 283,014

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 04 Capacity building for Gender and Rights Equality and Equity

- 100 Local Government Staff mentored and -140 Local Government Staff mentored and (i) 100 Local Government staff mentored
supervised on gender mainstreaming and women's supervised on gender mainstreaming and through support supervision and
empowerment initiatives; women's empowerment initiatives in the monitoring gender mainstreaming and
- The National Gender Based Violence Data Base LGs of Nebbi, Busia, Rukungiri, Lira, prevention and response to GBV in 20
(NGBVD) established and operationalised in 51 Nwoya, Paliisa, Butaleja, Kibaale and Local Governments
LGs: Kiboga;
- Supported MDAs to operationalize the g - 200 people were trained to strengthen
skills for working with community action
groups.
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 94,410 23,820 86,410

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 94,410 23,820 86,410

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 51 Support to National Women¶s Council and the Kapchorwa Women Development Group

- Support to National Women¶s Council with a wage National Women's Council and REACH (i) Support to National Women Council
and a non-wage subvention of Shs0.085bn and NGO supported to monitor women activities with wage and non wage subventions of
Shs0.800bn respectively to monitor women and implement activities for the prevention Shs0.085bn and Shs0.800bn respectively
activities; and of Female Genital Mutilation to monitor women activities
- Shs0.200bn support to NGOs (REACH) to (ii) Shs 0.200bn support to REACH to
implement activities for the prevention of Female implement activities for the prevention of
Genital Mutil Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 1,085,000 300,238 1,085,000

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 1,085,000 300,238 1,085,000

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Programme : 10 02 Gender, Equality and Women's Empowerment

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 1,681,196 507,543 1,681,196

Wage Recurrent 151,786 73,815 151,786

NonWage Recurrent 1,529,410 433,728 1,529,410

AIA 0 0 0

Project:1367 Uganda Women Entrepreneurs Fund (UWEP)

Responsible Officer:

Objectives:

Workplan Outputs for 2016/17 and 2017/18
FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 01 Policies, Guidelines and Standards for mainstreaming Gender & Other Social Dev't Concerns

-Strategic Planning meetings held; 2000 brochures and 3000 programme (i ) 8 Regional Annual Review and
- Uganda Women Entrepreneurs Fund (UWEP) documents printed and disseminated. Planning meetings with implementing
Management Information System (MIS) developed planning and review meeting held for 60 partners conducted
and operational; people that UWEP focal points, DCDOs, (i) Administrative and operation costs (i)
- Baseline survey undertaken; and MGLSD technical staff and TSU members Advertisement and public relations
- Reports and documentation of Programme printed. Undertook field visit to get baseline undertaken (4 radio talk shows undertaken,
information from field work. A draft report 4 TV talk shows held, Video clips and
has been prepared and is being reviewed. podcasts )
1 Strategic partnership Consultative meeting (i) Complaint handling mechanism
held targeting women with Disabilities and developed and operationalised
Older Women on UWEP. Procurement of
Consultant for MIS is ongoing (i) contract staff salaries paid

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 1,143,966 352,249 1,561,276

GoU Development 1,143,966 352,249 1,561,276

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 02 Advocacy and Networking

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Programme : 10 02 Gender, Equality and Women's Empowerment

- UWEP Communication Strategy developed; UWEP communication strategy updated to (i) contract staff salaries paid
-Two (2) Network and Advocacy meetings held; include advocacy therefore it is an UWEP (ii) 100 best performing women groups
-Media Campaign on UWEP conducted; and Communication and Advocacy strategy. 1 awarded
-IEC materials developed, printed and disseminated newspaper Supplement 2 Radio talk shows (iii) 2 National and international
(Flow Charts on UWEP; Calendars and T-shirts etc held namirembe FM and radio Pacis. ‡ The networking meetings undertaken
). Indicative Planning Figures were shared (iv) 5 National and International Days
with districts to enable them plan and commemorated
incorporate Programme in their District (v) Policy briefs on women
Development Plan and budget. ‡ All district entrepreneurship development developed
prepared workplans which were reviewed and disseminated
by the TSU and feedback provided. Final (v)4 Policy briefs on women
workplans have been received and the entrepreneurship development developed
ministry in the process of disbursing and disseminated
institutional support. ‡ All phase 2 districts
and 41 Municipalities have signed
Memorandum of Understanding which were
cleared by Solicitor General
Communication Advocacy Strategy has
been finalized and will be tabled for
approval by PS.
Newspaper supplement published in New
Vision, Monitor, Observer, Orumuri, Chimp
reports, Etop
2 (two) live talk-shows on UBC TV
Commissioned a programme social media
page on Facebook
Media visits to beneficiary groups across
the regions and stories generated/published
in regional media platforms
Talk-show on TV West and other regional
radios by Minister Mutuuzo Peace Regis
Liive interview with NPC on NBS TV
Engagement with editorial managers of
NTV, NBS, UBC, Chimp reports.
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 1,073,950 422,918 1,403,600

GoU Development 1,073,950 422,918 1,403,600

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 04 Capacity building for Gender and Rights Equality and Equity

-570 Political & Administrative leaders from 92 471 LCV Chairpersons, Mayors, Town (i) contract staff paid
DLGs & 22 municipalities oriented on UWEP; Clerks, CAOs, DCDOs oriented on UWEP. (i) refresher training for uwep in 10 centres
- 570 technical staff from 92 DLGs & 22 There were 6 centres to which all 116 DLGs conducted.
municipalities in seven (7) regional Trained as and 41 Municipalities participated. The (ii)training in MIS in 4 centres conducted
Trainers (ToTs); centres were in Gulu, Kampala, Hoima, (iii) 2 training sessions in appropriate
- Quality Assurance provided to 92 DLGs and 22 Mbarara, Mbale and Soroti. technology conducted
Municipalit 10 workshops regional training of trainers (iv) Capacity built for 25 members of the
for 611 district technical personal. TSU
Quality Assurance provided to 82 DLGs and - 2000 copies of the skills handbook
Municipalities Eastern 18, Karamoja 8, printed and disseminated
Northern 12, Central 20 and Western 24 (II) Networking Annual fora for women
venturing in similar Enterprises
-National Event to exhibit best practices
and recognize best performing groups
-Local Products Market Survey conducted
2642 Women groups reached with
packages of entrepreneurial skills
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 2,325,000 602,356 1,732,800

GoU Development 2,325,000 602,356 1,732,800

External Financing 0 0 0

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Programme : 10 02 Gender, Equality and Women's Empowerment

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 52 Monitoring,Technical Support Supervision and backstoping services provided to MDAS

- Monitoring, Technical Support Supervision and Field trip to Kole, Katakwi and Moroto (i) transfer of institutional support to 116
backstopping services on UWEP provided country undertaken DLGs and 41 municipalities
wide; and Field trip to provide technical support and
- Review and justification of enterprises by information on UWEP during meeting for
Technical Support Unit. Persons with Disabilities.
Meeting with Bunyoro MPs

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 1,488,000 197,647 2,675,400

GoU Development 1,488,000 197,647 2,675,400

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 53 Sector Institutions and Implementing Partners Supported

- 2809 women projects worth Shs35.124Bn (349 women groups (4,619 women (i) 466 women groups supported with
supported in 140 LGs country wide beneficiaries) supported with women capacity skills fund
Enterprise funds worth Shs 1,708,725,080.It (i) NWC engagement in UWEP
is expected that new groups will be added in strengthened
the third quarter. (i) special interest groups supported.
National Women Council held trainings in 5 (i) Transfer of funds to Transparency,
centres for District women council Accountability and Anti-corruption
chairpersons and the UWEP focal point committee (TAAC)
persons (i)2176 women groups supported with
enterprise fund
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 31,745,457 4,245,276 31,362,062

GoU Development 31,745,457 4,245,276 31,362,062

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 72 Government Buildings and Administrative Infrastructure

- Office rent for UWEP Technical Support Unit no rent UWEP is housed in MGLSD

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 240,000 24,375 0

GoU Development 240,000 24,375 0

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 75 Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment

-11 Vehicles (two (2) Station Wagons and nine (9) 10 vehicles have been procured and 7
Pick ±ups) purchased; and delivered. It is expected that the 3 will be
- 143 Motor cycles for UWEP HLGs Focal Point delivered in third quarter. Procurement for
Officers purchased. 160 motorcycles has been initiated.
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 4,598,628 1,987,363 0

GoU Development 4,598,628 1,987,363 0

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

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SubProgramme Annual Workplan Outputs
Programme : 10 03 Promotion
Promotion of
of decent
descentEmployment
Employment

Output: 76 Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software

-25 Desk top Computers; 10 Laptops; five (5) digital 15 desktops, 10 laptops, three (3) projectors (i)160 destop computers and accessories
Cameras; eight (8) external Hard disks; two (2) procured and delivered 1 heavy duty procured
Digital Video Cameras; three (3) projectors printer/photocopier and 2 smaller printers (ii) 20 laptops to support TSU staffocure
purchased; and procured delivered and paid. 5 digital procured
- Office networking undertaken. cameras to be delivered. Office networking
initiated
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 235,000 23,868 620,000

GoU Development 235,000 23,868 620,000

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 78 Purchase of Office and Residential Furniture and Fittings

- Office and Residential Furniture and Fittings Assorted furniture procured and delivered in
purchased particular 1 executive table size 2.2 3
executive office table size 2.0 m 5, four
seater workstation with mobile drawer and
glass seperators 1 executive high back
leather chair 3 executive office chair leather
20 pieces executive high back pv material 2
pieces visitors chairs 6 executive visitors
chairs 8 piece visitor chair Book shelf open
without shutters office steel waiting chairs 8
office carpet 1 paper shredder. Payment not
yet effected.
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 150,000 13,160 0

GoU Development 150,000 13,160 0

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 43,000,000 7,869,213 39,355,138

GoU Development 43,000,000 7,869,213 39,355,138

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Sub Programme:06 Labour and Industrial Relations
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Responsible Officer: Patrick Okello: Ag Commissioner Labour Industrial Relations and Productivity

Objectives: (i) to initiate, develop and implement policies, legislation, programmes and guidelines on labour
employment and industrial relation matters;

(ii) To under take international reporting on ILO Conventions, oversee trade and labour unions; and

(iii) Compile and publish annual and Quarterly labour inspection reports including child labour.

Workplan Outputs for 2016/17 and 2017/18

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Promotion of
Programme : 10 03 Promotion of descent
decent Employment
Employment

FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 01 Policies, Laws , Regulations and Guidelines on Employment and Labour Productivity

- 11 Labour officers paid salaries; -9 Labour Officers paid salaries; (i) 9 labour officers paid salaries
- Two (2) Labour laws revised (Labour Disputes - -Principles for review of Labour Disputes (ii) 3 labour policies, laws and regulations
Arbitration & Settlement Act, 2006 and and Arbitration Act developed developed, reviewed and disseminated :
Employment Act); Labour production policy developed and
- Two (2) policies developed (Labour Productivity, disseminated
Externalization of Labour); National Employment Policy and Child
- Labour productivity standards ass Labour Policy reviewed
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 200,282 79,061 200,282

Wage Recurrent 140,282 70,141 140,282

NonWage Recurrent 60,000 8,920 60,000

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 02 Inspection of Workplaces and Investigation on violation of labour standards

- 300 Workplaces inspected country wide and 120 Work places inspected country wide (i)300 Work places inspected country wide
reports produced; and 65 cases of violation of labour standards and reports produced
- 200 Reported cases of violation of labour settled in work places
standards settled in work places. (ii)Child labour inspections carries out in 3
regions of the country

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 120,000 58,600 120,000

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 120,000 58,600 120,000

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 03 Compesation of Government Workers

- A total of 20 Government workers compensated. 15 Government Workers Compensated 45 Government workers compensated

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 1,000,000 148,668 1,000,000

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 1,000,000 148,668 1,000,000

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 04 Settlement of Complaints on Non-Observance of Working Conditions

- 200 labour complaints registered and settled; and 110 out of 220 cases registered investigated
- 200 cases investigated.
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 10,000 2,793 0

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 10,000 2,793 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 05 Arbitration of Labour Disputes (Industrial Court)

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SubProgramme Annual Workplan Outputs
Promotion of
Programme : 10 03 Promotion of descent
decent Employment
Employment

- 200 workers complaints and disputes settled. -110 Cases of violation of workers rights 200 workers complaints and disputes
handled and 68 cases referred to the settled.
Industrial Court
-5 industrial Actions settled (Royal Van
Zanten, Polly pack, Rift Valley Railways
and in flower farms)
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 10,000 5,000 10,000

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 10,000 5,000 10,000

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 06 Training and Skills Development

- Youth encouraged to undertake integrated none (i) 20 Labour officers trained in labour
patriotism and skilling training; administration,
- Ten (10) Labour officers trained in Labour (ii) 44 labour officers oriented on
administration; procedures for submitting cases to
- Newly recruited Labour officers inducted; and Industrial Court,
- 44 Labour officers oriented on the procedure of (iii) New Labour Officers inducted on
submitting cases t dispute resolution procedures
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 40,000 5,947 40,000

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 40,000 5,947 40,000

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 07 Advocacy and Networking

- 3000 Stakeholders countrywide mobilized to -Annual Labour Administration Report (i) 300 stakeholders mobilised to
commemorate the International Labour Day on 1st compiled and submitted commemorate the International Labour
May, 2016; -Two National Steering Committee on Child Day on 1st May 2018 and World Day
- Annual Labour Administration Report 2014 Labour Held, Against Child Labour on 12 June 2018
compiled and published; and -Two Labour Advisory Board Meeting held,
- Annual Labour Conference in Geneva attended.
-9 Minimum Wages Advisory Board
Meetings Held (ii) Annual Labour Administration Reports
2016 compiled and published

(iii) Annual labour conference in Geneva
attended
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 265,996 69,488 175,379

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 265,996 69,488 175,379

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 08 Industrial Court Circuits

200 Workers complaints and disputes
settled
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 0 0 10,000

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 0 0 10,000

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Promotion of
Programme : 10 03 Promotion of descent
decent Employment
Employment

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 1,646,278 369,557 1,555,662

Wage Recurrent 140,282 70,141 140,282

NonWage Recurrent 1,505,996 299,416 1,415,380

AIA 0 0 0

Sub Programme:07 Occupational Safety and Health
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Responsible Officer: David Mugisa: Commissioner Occupational Safety and Health

Objectives: (i) Minimize accidents, diseases and injuries at workplaces
(ii) Enforce compliance with Safety and Health standards at workplaces

Workplan Outputs for 2016/17 and 2017/18
FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 01 Policies, Laws , Regulations and Guidelines on Employment and Labour Productivity

- OSH Policy and its Action plan finalized; - Draft Occupational Safety and Health (i) Occupational Safety and Health Policy
- OSH Architectural Plan Regulations reviewed; and Policy and Action Plan finalised developed
- OHO Act reviewed. (ii) Occupational Safety and Health
Regulations in oil and gas and chemical
safety and security developed
(iii) Occupational Safety and Health Act
amended

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 365,852 154,372 365,852

Wage Recurrent 315,852 146,938 315,852

NonWage Recurrent 50,000 7,433 50,000

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 02 Inspection of Workplaces and Investigation on violation of labour standards

- A total of 600 work places inspected for OSH -179 workplaces were inspected; (i)300 Work places inspected country wide
Standards/ Regulations. for OSH Standards/Regulations
-118 workplaces were assessed & (ii)286 statutory equipment examined and
registered; certified
-219 statutory equipment were examined & (iii) 25 architectural plans reviewed
certified; (iv) 10 EIAs and Audit Reports reviewed
-8 Architectural plans reviewed; - 23
Environmental Impact Assessment
reviewed.

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 259,000 119,158 118,383

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 259,000 119,158 118,383

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Programme : 10 03 Promotion of decent
descentEmployment
Employment

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 06 Training and Skills Development

-A total of ten (10) OSH Committees at workplaces - 100 workers trained on safety and health 50 workers trained in occupational safety
trained in OSH implementation measures. measures and health management system
-consultative meeting held
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 20,000 2,973 20,000

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 20,000 2,973 20,000

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 07 Advocacy and Networking

(i) Occupational Safety and Health Day
commemorated on 28th April, 2018
(ii) 8 Radio and television talk shows on
occupational safety and health undertaken
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 0 0 26,852

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 0 0 26,852

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 51 Contribution to Membership of International Organisations (ILO, ARLAC, EAC, OPCW)

- Arrears and Annual Contribution for the Year No contribution made Annual subscription to OPCW paid
2017 to Organization for the Prohibition of
Chemical Weapons (OPCW) Processed.
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 10,000 0 10,000

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 10,000 0 10,000

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 654,852 276,503 541,088

Wage Recurrent 315,852 146,938 315,852

NonWage Recurrent 339,000 129,565 225,236

AIA 0 0 0

Sub Programme:08 Industrial Court
6XE 3URJUDP 3URILOH

Responsible Officer: Sylvia Nabaggala- Registrar Industrial Court

Objectives: To achieve industrial peace and harmony.

Workplan Outputs for 2016/17 and 2017/18

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SubProgramme Annual Workplan Outputs
Promotion of
Programme : 10 03 Promotion of descent
decent Employment
Employment

FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 05 Arbitration of Labour Disputes (Industrial Court)

- Five (5) Officers paid salaries; -100 cases arbitrated at the Industrial Court (i) 300 regular sessions conducted at court
- At least 50% of the backlog of labour disputes -Training of 10 staff conducted on record (ii) Court panelists inducted
arbitrated; keeping and archive management (i) Backlog of Labour disputes and newly
- 36 District Labour officers trained in dispute registered disputes arbitrated
resolution and reporting mechanisms; and (ii) 15 Panelists trained on Court
- Labour disputes in the four (4) regions of procedures
Northern, Eastern, Weste (iii) 12 Staff trained on Court procedures
and record keeping
(iv) Mediators trained on Principles of
Mediation
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 457,903 211,582 925,863

Wage Recurrent 35,573 4,317 35,573

NonWage Recurrent 422,330 207,265 890,290

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 06 Training and Skills Development

Judges Conferences - Common Wealth Magistrates and Judges (i) Common Wealth Judges Association
Association attended in Guiana-America (CMJA) attended
- Registrar of Industrial Court trained in (ii) East African Magistrate and Judges
Advanced Mediation Association (EAMJA) attended

(i) Common Wealth Judges Association
(CMJA) attended
(ii) East African Magistrate and Judges
Association (EAMJA) attended
(iii) Court Registrar trained in Advanced
Mediation
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 290,000 290,000 290,000

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 290,000 290,000 290,000

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 08 Industrial Court Circuits

- Five (5) regional Industrial Court Circuits carried 32 cases arbitrated in the Gulu ,Lira and 120 Labour disputes in the four regions of
out. Masaka Court Circuit Eastern, Northern, Western and Southern
arbitrated
60 Labour disputes in the four regions of
Eastern, Northern, Western and Southern
arbitrated
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 935,000 467,500 467,040

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 935,000 467,500 467,040

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SubProgramme Annual Workplan Outputs
Programme : 10 03 Promotion of decent
descentEmployment
Employment

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 1,682,903 969,082 1,682,903

Wage Recurrent 35,573 4,317 35,573

NonWage Recurrent 1,647,330 964,765 1,647,330

AIA 0 0 0

Sub Programme:15 Employment Services
6XE 3URJUDP 3URILOH

Responsible Officer: Milton Turyasimma: Ag Commissioner Employment Services

Objectives: (i) To contribute towards the effective planning, development and utilization of the country's growing
labour force;
(ii) To develop analytical capacity to interpret labour statistics and labour market information for policy
implementation; and
(iii) to promote employment creation.

Workplan Outputs for 2016/17 and 2017/18
FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 01 Policies, Laws , Regulations and Guidelines on Employment and Labour Productivity

- Five (5) Officers paid salaries; -Five Officers paid salaries (i) Employment Policy Reviewed,
- 1000 copies of Revised Regulations for -Reviewed Regulations for Recruitment of (ii) Employment regulation 2011
Externalization of Labour printed and disseminated Ugandan Migrant Workers Abroad 2005. reviewed,
to stakeholders; (iii) Recruitment of Ugandan migrant
- 500 copies of the Informal Sector Strategy printed workers abroad regulations printed,
and disseminated; (iv) Recruitment of Ugandan migrant
- Printed 1000 copies of Employment Poli workers abroad guidelines and informal
sector strategy developed

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 182,893 68,961 192,423

Wage Recurrent 52,893 26,264 52,893

NonWage Recurrent 130,000 42,697 139,530

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 02 Inspection of Workplaces and Investigation on violation of labour standards

- Four (4) Follow-up visits to monitor working - Technical backstopping and monitoring (i) 60 external recruitment agencies
conditions of Ugandan migrant workers performed support visits to District Labour Offices in:- Monitored
(Qatar, Kuwait, Saud Arabia and United Arab Amuru, Nwoya, Adjumani, Kiryandongo, (ii) 30 Informal Sector Association
Emirates); Nakasongola, Nakaseke, Luwero. and Monitored
- 30 Labour export agencies monitored; and Kitgum; - Reactivation visits to Mukono (iii) job placement Followed up
- 40 Private Recruitment and employment agencies and Wakiso District Publication
activities mo Employment Services; and (i) 28 companies where Ugandan migrants
are employed Monitored and supervised.
(ii) 4 Bilateral agreements Signed.
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 227,770 112,796 137,152

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

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SubProgramme Annual Workplan Outputs
Promotion of
Programme : 10 03 Promotion of descent
decent Employment
Employment

NonWage Recurrent 227,770 112,796 137,152

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 06 Training and Skills Development

- Sensitize Labour Exporting Companies on - Career guidance and counselling in four (i) Sensitization of 53 labour export
guidelines on recruitment and placement of (4) Senior Secondary Schools of Luzira, agencies on externalization guidelines and
Ugandan Migrant workers abroad; Kibuli, Makerere College and Mengo; revised regulations conducted
-Sensitize District Labour officers on the Labour
Market Information System; (i)Sensitization of 30 informal sector
-Training Private Employment Agencies and groups on the informal sector strategy
Recruitment Agencie conducted
80 District labor officers and Ministry staff
sensitized on the internal employment
Management Information System
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 40,010 5,948 30,480

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 40,010 5,948 30,480

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 07 Advocacy and Networking

- List of Private Employment Agencies and -Bi-lateral agreements with Jordan and (i) Four talk shows on internal and
Recruitment Agencies published in print media; and Qatar concluded. external employment held.
- List of Labour Export Agencies published in the -Canvassing of employment opportunities (ii) Press release on external agencies
Print media. for Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social (iii) Four newspaper supplement
Development, Public Employment Services. (i) Internal employment agencies on labour
and employment standards oriented
(ii) Migrant workers on pre-departure
oriented.
(iii) Awareness on existing labour
legislation created
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 26,894 3,998 26,895

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 26,894 3,998 26,895

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 477,566 191,703 386,950

Wage Recurrent 52,893 26,264 52,893

NonWage Recurrent 424,674 165,439 334,057

AIA 0 0 0

Project:1379 Promotion of Green Jobs and Fair Labour Market in Uganda (PROGREL)
6XE 3URJUDP 3URILOH

Responsible Officer: Alex Asimwe

Objectives: •
Promotion of skilling and re-skilling
• Promotion of resource efficiency, recycling and safe guard at work place
Workplan Outputs for 2016/17
• Enhance and 2017/18
productivity and competitiveness of workers and enterprises
• Promote decent employment

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Promotionof
Programme : 10 03 Promotion ofdescent
decent Employment
Employment

FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 01 Policies, Laws , Regulations and Guidelines on Employment and Labour Productivity

-Development of the National Apprenticeship (i)Validation of National Apprenticeship Contract staff salaries paid
Policy, Guidelines and Manual; Framework for Uganda conducted Manuals and guidelines (Hotel and
-Architectural Plan drawing and Bills of Quantities Hospitality and Oil and Gas) developed
(BoQs) drawn; and National Apprenticeship Framework
- Administrative plus Management Costs. printed
Stakeholder consultation and engagement
on apprenticeship roll out conducted
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 1,350,000 307,230 1,032,000

GoU Development 1,350,000 307,230 140,000

External Financing 0 0 892,000

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 06 Training and Skills Development

Revolving Creadit fund for 800 semi-skilled and - Sensitisation workshop on green jobs 100 Informal Sector workers trained and
skilled labourer programme, inclusive green growth sensitised
programme and Songhai Model conducted 2 Officers trained in employment, legal
and labour
Contract staff salaries paid
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 932,000 169,466 267,177

GoU Development 932,000 169,466 0

External Financing 0 0 267,177

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 07 Advocacy and Networking

- Sensitization of PROGERL to stakeholders; - Sensitization of PROGERL to Media campaign on green jobs programme
- Administrative and management costs (stationery stakeholders conducted; conducted
and media expenses) travel and transport -Consultation meeting with MDAs
allowances; and conducted
- Food supplies.
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 518,000 198,669 252,000

GoU Development 518,000 198,669 60,000

External Financing 0 0 192,000

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 75 Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment

Five (5) motor vehicles purchased. Station wagon purchased

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 700,000 302,515 200,000

GoU Development 700,000 302,515 0

External Financing 0 0 200,000

AIA 0 0 0

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Programme : 10 03 Promotion
Promotion of
of descent Employment
decent Employment

Output: 77 Purchase of Specialised Machinery & Equipment

1000 Specialised Machinery & Equipment for wood - Informal Sector (Jua-kalis) Needs Specialized Machinery & Equipment
work,metal etc for Juakalis purchased. Assessment on-going purchased
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 1,000,000 101,564 524,000

GoU Development 1,000,000 101,564 0

External Financing 0 0 524,000

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 78 Purchase of Office and Residential Furniture and Fittings

Furniture and fitting for the Integrated Industrial N/A
Business Shelter, Hostels and recreation facilities
with equipment and Machinery constructed;
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 500,000 50,782 0

GoU Development 500,000 50,782 0

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 79 Acquisition of Other Capital Assets

-Architectural Plan drawing and Bills of Quantities N/A Common user facility constructed
(BoQs) drawn; Common user facility constructed
- Administrative plus Management Costs; and Feasibility study for common user facility
- Integrated Industrial Business Shelter, Hostels and conducted
recreation facilities with equipment and Machinery
constructed.
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 5,200,000 528,134 1,700,000

GoU Development 5,200,000 528,134 0

External Financing 0 0 1,700,000

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 10,200,000 1,658,362 3,975,177

GoU Development 10,200,000 1,658,362 200,000

External Financing 0 0 3,775,177

AIA 0 0 0

Project:1488 Chemical Safety &Security (CHESASE) Project
6XE 3URJUDP 3URILOH

Responsible Officer: Oyala Franco Azi

Objectives: •
To strengthen chemical and security management systems at work place
• To strengthen the capacity of the ministry and local governments to handle chemical, safety and
Workplan Outputs for 2016/17 and 2017/18
security
• To address chemical safety and security hazards at work places
• Promote awareness of stakeholders on chemical safety and security

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Programme : 10 03 Promotion of descent
decent Employment
Employment

FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 01 Policies, Laws , Regulations and Guidelines on Employment and Labour Productivity

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 0 0 220,000

GoU Development 0 0 220,000

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 02 Inspection of Workplaces and Investigation on violation of labour standards

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 0 0

GoU Development 0 0 600,000

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 07 Advocacy and Networking

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 0 0 70,000

GoU Development 0 0 70,000

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 51 Contribution to Membership of International Organisations (ILO, ARLAC, E AC, OPCW)

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 0 0

GoU Development 0 0 20,000

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 75 Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 0 0

GoU Development 0 0 400,000

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

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Programme : 10 04 Social Protection for Vulnerable Groups

Output: 76 Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 0 0 80,000

GoU Development 0 0 80,000

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 77 Purchase of Specialised Machinery & Equipment

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 0 0 410,000

GoU Development 0 0 410,000

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 0 0 1,800,000

GoU Development 0 0 1,800,000

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Sub Programme:03 Disability and Elderly
6XE 3URJUDP 3URILOH

Responsible Officer: Sam Masaba Wekesa- Commissioner Disability and Elderly

Objectives: (i) Spearhead legal policy development and programs that promote the resilience and productive capacity
of Persons with Disabilities and Older Persons for inclusive growth

Workplan Outputs for 2016/17 and 2017/18
FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 01 Policies, Guidelines, Laws, Regulations and Standards on Vulnerable Groups

- 46 Officers paid salaries; - Review of Persons with Disabilities Bill (i) persons with disabilities bill finalized
- National Plan of Action for Older Persons on-going; (ii) older persons bill developed (iii)
operationalized; - Review of National Policy on Disability Older persons bill finalized
- Employment opportunities for PWDs promoted on-going; (iv)training curriculum for vocational
through enhancing resources for the special Grant - Hand book for National Council for Older institutions finalized
for the PWDs and Community based activities for Persons reviewed
their empowerment to
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 292,032 113,568 292,032

Wage Recurrent 271,607 110,531 271,607

NonWage Recurrent 20,425 3,037 20,425

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Programme : 10 04 Social Protection for Vulnerable Groups

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 02 Advocacy and Networking

- Created awareness on the opportunities to create - International Day for Older Persons (i) International day for older persons
employment of PWDs in line with the legal and commemorated on 1st October,2016 in celebrated on 1st October 2017
regulatory frameworks; Pader District Local Government, (ii) International day for persons with
- The International Day for Older Persons (1st - International Day for Persons with disabilities celebrated on 3rd December
October, 2015) Celebrated; and Disabilities commemorated on 3rd 2017
-The International Day for Persons with Disabilities December, 2016 in Adjumani District Local (iii) Created awareness on employment
(3rd Government opportunities for PWDs
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 20,000 6,257 20,000

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 20,000 6,257 20,000

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 03 Monitoring and Evaluation of Programmes for Vulnerable Groups

- Establish a family inspection system to ensure that -11 LGs provided with monitoring and
children are not harmed or abused in homes support supervision (Sembabule, Masaka, (ii) 10 LGs technically supported and
- Eight (8) Vocational Institutions provided with Lwengo, Kalungu, Bukomansimbi, Buikwe, monitored (Mbarara, Bushenyi, Sheema,
support supervision and monitoring. The Institutions Kayunga, Mayuge, Luuka, Luweero and Mitooma, Bundibugyo, Kabarole, Mbale,
are of: Kireka, Lweza, Mpumudde, Ruti , Ocoko, Nakaseke) Budaka, Kaliro, Namutumba)
Jinja, - 3 vocational institutions provided with (i) Eight (8) Vocational institutions
support supervision and monitoring (Kireka, provided with support supervision and
Lweza and Mpumudde) monitoring. These are: Kireka, Lweza,
Mpumudde, Ruti, Ocoko, Jinja, Mbale,
and Buyaga Rehabilitation centres

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 20,627 14,139 20,627

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 20,627 14,139 20,627

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 04 Training and Skills Development

- 1000 copies of the National Policy on Older - Training materials procured for the 4 (i) 180 Persons with Disabilities trained in
Persons printed; institutions (Kireka, Mpumudde, Lweza and employable skills
- National Policy on Disability reviewed; Ruti) (i) IEC Materials on disability and aging
- Regulations on elections of older persons developed
finalized;
- Created awareness on the opportunities to create
employment of PWDs in line with the lega
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 21,000 3,122 21,000

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 21,000 3,122 21,000

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 51 Support to councils provided

- National Council for Disability supported with - National Council for Disability supported (I) Funds transfer to the National Council
Shs0.036bn and 0.500bn as Wages and Non-Wage to monitor all interventions of PWDs; for persons with disabilities
subvention to monitor activities to the PWDs; and - National Council for Older persons
- National Council for Older Persons supported with supported for its establishment. (ii) Funds transfer to the national council
0.026Bn for its establishment. for older persons
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 562,352 121,782 562,352

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Programme : 10 04 Social Protection for Vulnerable Groups

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 562,352 121,782 562,352

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 52 Support to the Renovation and Maintenance of Centres for Vulnerable Groups

-170 PWDs in Ministry Institutions Trainees, -180 PWDs in Ministry Institutions (i)funds for renovation of vocation
supported, cared for and protected: 40 in Kireka, 40 Trainees, supported, cared for and institutions transferred
in Ruti, 30in Lweza,40 in Mpumudde and 20 in protected: 43 in Kireka, 42 in Ruti, 40 in
Ocoko. Lweza and 55 in Mpumudde
-100 Volume of assorted training materials procured
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 135,596 20,159 135,596

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 135,596 20,159 135,596

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 54 Sector Institutions and Implementing Partners Supported

Funds transfer to Expanding Social
Protection Secretariate
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 0 0 17,500,000

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 0 0 17,500,000

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 1,051,607 279,027 18,551,607

Wage Recurrent 271,607 110,531 271,607

NonWage Recurrent 780,000 168,495 18,280,000

AIA 0 0 0

Sub Programme:05 Youth and Children Affairs
6XE 3URJUDP 3URILOH

Responsible Officer: Fred Onduli Machulu

Objectives: To spearhead policy development and programmes to secure care, protection and empowerment of
children and youth to participate in the development process for the improved livelihood.

Workplan Outputs for 2016/17 and 2017/18
FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 01 Policies, Guidelines, Laws, Regulations and Standards on Vulnerable Groups

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SubProgramme Annual Workplan Outputs
Programme : 10 04 Social Protection for Vulnerable Groups

- 56 staff salaries paid; and i. 56 general staff were paid salaries. General staff salaries paid to 56 staff (dept
- Investment in children protection systems in the ii. Launched Integrated Early Childhood & 10 institutions)
country at all levels to improve their wellbeing Development Policy on 15th September
supported. 2016 under the theme ³Best Start in Life´. National Youth Service Scheme Policy
iii. Launched Uganda National Youth developed
Policy under the theme ³Mindset
Change:
A Pre-requisite to attaining a middle income
status.´
iv. Carried out analysis of social policies on
child rights under public, private partnership
arrangement.
v. Reviewed draft Action Plan on Children
with Disabilities.
Organised national dialogue on OVC policy
review into a comprehensive children
policy.
vi. Reviewed assessment toolkit for
inspection of babies and children homes.
vii. Oriented staff in 19 on National
Integrated Early Childhood Development
Policy to 19 districts.

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 404,043 179,264 479,403

Wage Recurrent 404,043 179,264 404,043

NonWage Recurrent 0 0 75,360

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 02 Advocacy and Networking

- 5,500 people mobilised to commemorate i. 7,500 people moblised to celebrate the International Youth Day (IYD)
International Youth Day (IYD), International Day of International Youth Day in Koboko on 12th commemorated on 12th August 2017, the
the Girl Child and Day of the African Child (DAC) August 2016 under the theme ³the Road to International Day of the Girl Child (IDGC)
on 12th August, 2016, 12 October, 2016 and 16th 2030: Eradicating Poverty and Achieving on 11th October 2017 and the Day of the
June, 2017 respectively. Sustainable Production and Consumption´ African Child (DAC) on 16th June 2018.
and International Day of the Girl Child on
12 October 2016 in Moroto under the theme
µGirls¶ progress = Goals¶ Project: A Global
Girl Data Movement´
ii. Sensitized communities in 4 regions on
the Uganda Child Helpline.
iii. Conducted public campaigns in
Rukungiri, Kamwenge, Kyenjojo, Homia,
Kayunga and Buikwe to create awareness
on Uganda Child Helpline services.

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 288,690 107,970 188,690

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 288,690 107,970 188,690

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 03 Monitoring and Evaluation of Programmes for Vulnerable Groups

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Programme : 10 04 Social Protection for Vulnerable Groups

- 5,500 people mobilised to commemorate i. 12 LGs (Gulu, Kotido, Kabale, Abim, Monitoring, technical support supervision
International Youth Day (IYD), International Day of Arua, Kanungu, Mubende, Kaabong, and backstopping services provided to
the Girl Child and Day of the African Child (DAC) Moroto, Yumbe, Oyam, Rukungiri) Children and Youth Institutions, LGs and
on 12th August, 2016, 12th October, 2016 and 16th monitored and provided technical youth projects (75 LGs, 50 youth projects
June, 2017 respectively; backstopping to improve quality of services and 150 NGO babies and children homes
- Family inspection system to ensure t delivered to children and youth. for compliance)
ii. 18 children and babies homes (Kampala Social care and support services for
7, Wakiso 3, Rukungiri 2, Buikwe 2, Kisoro children and youth
1, Jinja 3) assessed to ascertain the level of
compliance with minimum standards as set
by the Children and Babies Home Rules and
Regulations 2013.
iii. 24 districts implementing child helpline
monitored and provided with technical back
stopping.
iv. 35 child protection working group
organizations were assessed on how to
strengthen child protection systems.

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 178,690 71,997 168,890

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 178,690 71,997 168,890

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 04 Training and Skills Development

- 611 youth trained in vocational and i. 160 youth provided with non formal (i) 600 youth trained in non formal
entrepreneurship skills at Kobulin, Ntawo and vocational skills training Kobulin and vocational and entrepreneurial skills at
Mobuku Youth Skills Centres; Ntawo regional youth skills centre regional youth skills centres; and
- 31 children in Ministry institutions educated; ii. 170 youth trained in entrepreneurial skills ii. 600 trained youth provided with tool
- 240 youth trained in hands-on course, Mukono , Kireka and Luwero. kits
entrepreneural and business skills; and iii. 270 young people sensitized on
-450 young pe adolescent sexual reproductive health and 31 children in Ministry institutions
rights issues in Kampala, Kiryadongo and educated
Koboko districts. Human resource capacity at children and
iv. 31 vulnerable children and youth in youth institutions improved
ministry institutions provided with formal
education (primary to tertiary) (tuition fees
for 3rd term and 2nd semester

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 696,360 123,540 392,828

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 696,360 123,540 392,828

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 05 Empowerment, Support, Care and Protection of Vulnerable Groups

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Programme : 10 04 Social Protection for Vulnerable Groups

- 611 young people provided with toolkits; i. Ministry institution; remand homes Capacity for children and youth services
- 12 coordination meetings for department and (Naguru Mbale, Arua and Fort Portal), developed
children institutions under the ministry held; Children Rehabilitation Centre i. Youth in 2 skills training centres;
- One (1) national stakeholder meeting on children (Kampiringisa) and Children Reception provided with training materials;
and youth programming held; Centre (Naguru) supported with payment of ii. 100 children rehabilitated from KRNC
- Ten (10) children and youth institutio contract staff salaries, fuel and imprest to Provided with start-up capital
improve access to justice and welfare
services as well tracing and resettlement of Services at 8 children and 3 youth
children. institutions improved
ii. 2 youth skills centres (Kobulin and
Ntawo) supported to operate and manage
training of youth.
iii. The Uganda Child Helpline was
supported to operate and be managed 24hrs
a day.
iv. 16 Child Helpline Satellite/Action
Centres equipped to handle child abuse
cases.
v. 190,670 calls were received through the
Child helpline of which 3,982 were child
abuse, 186,688 were counseling, inquires
and others. Out of these, 883 escalated to
casework for follow up.
vi. 3 coordination meeting for department
and its institutions were conducted.
vii. 16 district action centres Connected to
the UCHL (Kisoro, Kabale, Wakiso,
Kiryadongo, Kotido, Kaabong, Gulu,
Kitgum, Arua, Moroto, Amudat, Bukwo,
Kween, Kasese and Iganga.
viii. Built capacity of key stakeholders from
19 districts and 2 cultural institutions (Toro
and Busoga) to implement early childhood
development in lower local governments
and institutions.
ix. Organised national workshop on the
Community for Development Strategy for
Adolescent Girl programming.
x. Established National Integrated Early
Childhood Development Secretariat.
xi. Organised learning workshop on
community driven child protection
mechanisms.

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 690,812 132,554 255,582

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 690,812 132,554 255,582

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 51 Support to councils provided

- Two (2) Autonomous institutions (National Youth i. National Youth Council was supported National Youth Council and National
Council and National Council for Children) with Wage Subvention and Non- Wage Children Authority supported mobilise and
supported with Shs. 0.259bn for wage subvention Subventions to mobilize and monitor youth oversee planning and implementation of
and Shs 1.446bn for Non wage subvention; activities. children and youth programmes
- Special groups supported; and ii. Initial activities for transition of National
- Oversight provided to YLP by IGG. Council for Children (NCC) into National
Children Authority (NCA) were conducted.
iii. Established interim management for the
transition of NCC to National Children
Authority (NCA).
iv. Drafted human resource policy,
organizational, structure and resource
mobilization strategy for the NCA.

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Programme : 10 04 Social Protection for Vulnerable Groups

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 1,805,098 524,156 969,705

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 1,805,098 524,156 969,705

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 52 Support to the Renovation and Maintenance of Centres for Vulnerable Groups

A total of 4,853 children and youth in ministry ii. Provide food and non food items to a 3 regional youth skills operational
institutions provided with food and non-food items; total of 2,400 children in children Rights of 4,924 vulnerable children in
988 in Naguru Remand Home, 496 in Fort Portal institutions; 707 in Naguru Remand Home, remand homes, reception and
Remand Home, 520 in Mbale Remand Home, 472 254 in Fort Portal Remand Home, 236 in rehabilitation centres protected and
in Arua Remand Home, 139 in Gulu Remand Home, Mbale Remand Home, 272 in Arua Remand promoted
80 in Kabale Remand Home, 674 in Kampiringisa National
Rehabilitation Centre and 256 in Naguru
Reception Centre.
ii. 160 youth in Kobulin (60) and Ntawo
100) Youth Skills Centres were provided
with food training materials.

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 639,050 92,252 200,000

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 639,050 92,252 200,000

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 53 Support to Street Children

- Implement street children strategy; and - 283 street children withdrawn from the (i) Street Children Strategy implemented
- 350 children withdrawn and resettled. streets of Kampala and resettled in Napak, (ii) 350 street children withdrwan from the
Masaka, Mpigi and Kampala. streets of Kampala and other towns
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 143,300 21,304 143,300

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 143,300 21,304 143,300

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 54 Sector Institutions and Implementing Partners Supported

Alternative care framework operationlised
Integrated early childhood development
promoted
Uganda Child helpline strengthened
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 0 0 120,902

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 0 0 120,902

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 4,846,043 1,253,038 2,919,300

Wage Recurrent 404,043 179,264 404,043

NonWage Recurrent 4,442,000 1,073,773 2,515,256

AIA 0 0 0

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Sub Programme:12 Equity and Rights
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Responsible Officer: Mujuni Bernard: Commissioner Equity and Rights

Objectives: (i) To formulate, review policies and laws relating to Social Equity and Rights.
(ii) To develop and disseminate plans,guidelines, laws, standards, policies and information for promotion
of Social Equity and Rights.
(iii) To undertake support supervision, monitoring and capacity building to Local Governments and key
stakeholders.
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Opportunities Commission (EOC).
(vi) To promote and protect the legal rights of vulnerable groups i.e. ethnic and geographical minorities.

Workplan Outputs for 2016/17 and 2017/18
FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 01 Policies, Guidelines and Standards for mainstreaming Gender & Other Social Dev't Concerns

-14 Officers paid salaries; -2 regional consultative meetings conducted (i) Equal Opportunities Policy Reviewed
- National Equal Opportunities Policy reviewed; on the review Equal Opportunities Policy (ii) Equity Promotion Strategy reviewed
- 500 copies of the Human Rights Mainstreaming - Consultative meeting on Social Impact (iii) HIV Sector Strategy reviewed
Strategy printed; and Assessment and Accountability Bill (i) Equal Opportunities Policy Reviewed
- 500 copies of the Equity promotion strategy conducted (ii) Equity Promotion Strategy reviewed
printed.
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 195,817 0 186,944

Wage Recurrent 140,384 0 140,384

NonWage Recurrent 55,434 0 46,560

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 02 Advocacy and Networking

- Issues Paper on Human Rights and Social - Issues Paper on Human Rights and Social (i) Observations to the UN Convention on
inclusion developed; and inclusion developed; and - Joint planning Economic Social and Culturals
- Joint planning with the EOC on enforcing the with the EOC on enforcing the social sector (UNCESCRs) printed and disseminated
social sector mandate carried out. mandate carried out. (ii) UN Convention on Economic Social
and Culturals (UNCESCRs) ratification
followed up
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 5,160 0 4,980

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 5,160 0 4,980

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 03 Monitoring and Evaluation of Programmes for Vulnerable Groups

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(i) Social Equity and Rights Inspections
conducted in the Local Governments of
Kyenjojo, Kibale, Bulambuli, Kapchorwa,
kyankwanzi,Kiboga, Mbarara and
Kiruhura

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 0 0 27,000

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 0 0 27,000

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 04 Capacity building for Gender and Rights Equality and Equity

- 150 Ministry staff trained in Right Based - Support supervision conducted in (i) Training conducted for 200
Approach to planning. Lyantonde, Sembabule, Mpigi, Moyo and stakeholders in HRBAP in 8 local
AdjumaniLGs governments (Nakasongora, Kiryandongo,
Ngora, Serere, Hoima, Masindi, Apac and
Oyam)

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 32,996 0 15,050

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 32,996 0 15,050

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 233,974 0 233,974

Wage Recurrent 140,384 0 140,384

NonWage Recurrent 93,590 0 93,590

AIA 0 0 0

Project:1366 Youth Livelihood Programme (YLP)
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Responsible Officer:

Objectives:

Workplan Outputs for 2016/17 and 2017/18
FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 01 Policies, Guidelines, Laws, Regulations and Standards on Vulnerable Groups

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- Transfer to Transparency and accountabilities; and Nil (i) Salaries paid for 8 contract staff
- Projects for Special Interest groups. (ii) NSSF contributions made for 8
contract staff
(iii) 116 Districts & 41 Municipalities
offered implementation support
(iv) 4 Vehicles maintained
(v) 2 Bench marking/ visits made abroad
by 2 persons

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 1,274,230 588,357 624,750

GoU Development 1,274,230 588,357 624,750

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 02 Advocacy and Networking

- Competitiveness and productivity of the youth 7200 copies of programme documents, 7200 i) Salaries paid for 3 contract staff
through capacity building and empowerment for self copies of access criteria, 3 TV ii) NSSF Contribution made for 3 contract
employment enhanced. documentaries, 38 radio talk shows, 10,000 staff
- A total of 3,000 Brochures, 3,000 Flyers, 1,000 brochures, 5,000 project cycle charts, 2 iii) 2000 Programme documents printed
Posters and 16,000 Assorted copies of Manuals and newspaper supplements and 2 banners. and disseminated
Component Handbooks and guidelines iv) 2000 Funds access criteria printed and
disseminated

i) Salaries paid for 3 contract staff
ii) NSSF Contribution made for 3 contract
staff
iii) 3000 Programme documents printed
and disseminated
iv) 3000 Funds access criteria printed and
disseminated

v) 7500 Brochures printed and
disseminated
vi) 2000 Poject cycle charts printed and
disseminated
vii) 8 Banners (4 Pull up & 4 Ordinary)
procured
viii) 10 Plaques procured
ix) 50 Award Certificates printed
x) 500 T-shirts procured

xi) 2 News Paper Supplements in 5
Newspapers
xii) 2 TV Documentaries
xiii) 4 TV Talk shows
xiv) 6 Radio Talks on Regional Radio
Stations
xv) 2 Radio Spots Rounds on 10 Radio
Stations

xvi) 3 Exhibitions by Programme
Beneficiaries in 3 International & National
Days
xvii) 12 monthly National Technical
Working Committee Meetings
xviii) 2 National Stakeholders Meetings

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 781,270 297,176 628,800

GoU Development 781,270 297,176 628,800

External Financing 0 0 0

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AIA 0 0 0

Output: 03 Monitoring and Evaluation of Programmes for Vulnerable Groups

- Country wide youth existing programmes such as Continuous technical support by the TST/ i) Salaries paid for 13 contract staff
youth Livelihood; program monitored for quality MGLSD, National Technical Working ii) NSSF Contribution made for 13
service delivery i.e. YLP Quarterly reports (2), YLP Committee and National Youth Council (all contract staff
quarterly performance reports/ implementation the 116 districts and 41 municipalities) iii) 116 Districts & 41 Municipalities
status (2) and performance implementation status monitored and offered implementation
Report by support and guidance
iv) Updated M&E Data
v) 4 Regional Programme Review
Meetings

vi) 4 Quarterly Internal Audit Reports
vii) GIS Maps produced for 4,100 projects
viii) 7 Vehicles maintained
ix) 2 Learning Visits abroad by 3 persons

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 932,000 371,344 1,567,450

GoU Development 932,000 371,344 1,567,450

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 04 Training and Skills Development

- Key technical staff in the 27 phase 1 district 734 District and Municipality Stakeholders i) Salaries paid for 3 contract staff
trained in Appraisal Process, Business Planning and sensitized and 605 district technical staff ii) NSSF Contribution made for 3 contract
Revolving Fund Management. Youth with approved trained in programme guidelines and staff
projects would be trained in Appraisal process; Monitoring and Evaluation.
Business planning; Entrepreneurship Skills;
Procurement ski iii) 35,700 members of Youth Project
Management Committees (from 5,100
groups) trained in basic financial
management, community procurement,
record keeping, entrepreneurship and
group dynamics
v) 2 Vehicles maintained

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 696,000 300,704 392,000

GoU Development 696,000 300,704 392,000

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 54 Sector Institutions and Implementing Partners Supported

- 6332 youth projects supported in 140 LGs country Financed 450 projects, worth UShs. i) Operations funds disbursed to 116
wide befitting over 756,000 youth. 3,648,197,663 for 5,414 beneficiaries. This Districts and 41 Municipalities
brings the cumulative number of projects, ii) 5,100 Youth Projects Financed
funds disbursed and beneficiaries under iii) Operations funds disbursed to support
YLP since programme commencement to Transparency and Accountability Agencies
8,663, Ushs. 62,081,121,563 and 111,088 in implementation of Programme activities

iv) Operations funds disbursed to facilitate
the National Youth Council in the
implementation of Programme activities
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 70,714,000 9,456,486 55,611,345

GoU Development 70,714,000 9,456,486 55,611,345

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External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 75 Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment

- One (1) Station Wagon purchsed Procurement process imitated for the
purchase of the vehicle. i) 161 Motorcycles for District and
Municipality Focal Point Persons

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 480,000 207,439 1,800,000

GoU Development 480,000 207,439 1,800,000

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 76 Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software

Functional ICT equipment for TST to be in place; 157 computers, 157 printers and 157 UPSs i) 10 Orthopedic Office Chairs purchased
YLP MIS system designed and stakeholders trained for LGs ii) Anti-virus Licences procured
and GIS Maps for the various districts produced i.e YLP MIS designed and developed
GIS maps printed, YLP data designed, Antivirus
procured and Internet Bandwidth for 16 modems
maintained.
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 122,500 12,442 37,000

GoU Development 122,500 12,442 37,000

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 75,000,000 11,233,948 60,661,345

GoU Development 75,000,000 11,233,948 60,661,345

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Sub Programme:01 Headquarters, Planning and Policy
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Responsible Officer: Benon Kigenyi: Under Secretary Finance and Administration

Objectives: To facilitate a productive human resource and provide support to departments and projects for efficient
and effective delivery of services.

Workplan Outputs for 2016/17 and 2017/18
FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 01 Policy, Consultation, Planning, Resource Mobilisation and Monitoring Services

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Programme : 10 49 General Administration, Policy and Planning

- 70 Officers paid salaries; Salaries paid to 70 Officers; Budget 70 officers paid salaries on time; Sector
- Budget Framework Paper including Estimates of Framework Paper including Estimates of Policy Statement for FY2018/19 prepared
Revenue and Expenditure for Recurrent and Revenue and Expenditure for Recurrent and and submitted to MFPED and Parliament
Development for FY2016/17 prepared and Development for FY2017/18 prepared and in time; Monthly procurement reports
submitted to the Ministry of Finance, Planning and submitted to the Ministry of Finance prepared and submitted to PPDA ; Sector
Economic Development (MFPED) as well as Parlia Planning and Economic Development Review conducted; Pension for General
(MFPED);Sector Working Group Meeting Civil Service paid
held on 19th October, 2016; Q4 Progress Budget Framework Paper including
Report FY 2015/16 and Q1 Progress report Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure for
FY2016/17 prepared and submitted to Recurrent and Development for FY
MOFPED and OPM 2018/19 prepared and submitted to the
MFPED as well as Parliament in time
;
Ministry Half Year Financial Statement for
FY 2017/18 prepared and submitted to
MFPED; Effective management of funds
observed and timely accountabilities made
Quarterly Performance Progress Reports
for FY 2017/18 prepared and submitted to
MFPED;
Sector Development Plan (FY2015/16-
FY2019/20) disseminated to all Stake
holders;Gratuity payments made in time

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 2,431,735 1,161,259 1,882,331

Wage Recurrent 1,625,128 798,650 1,794,270

NonWage Recurrent 806,607 362,608 88,061

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 02 Support Services (Finance and Administration) to the Ministry Provided

- Finance and Administration services provided; Welfare, Transport and Lunch allowances -National Library of Uganda (Buganda
- Human resource costs (Staff Welfare, transport and for Ministers and entitled staff paid; Road) and Expanding Social Protection in
lunch allowances) for entitled staff paid on monthly Payments for Utilities for the Ministry and Uganda (Plot 9 Laurdel road) paid; and
basis; 17 Institutions settled; Rent paid for Office Scheme of service for technical cadre of
- Utilities (Water, Electricity and Telephone) for the accommodation (Simbamanyo House, Ministry developed
Ministry and 17 institutions paid; National Library of Uganda- Buganda road Finance and Administration services
- Re and Social Protection Secretariat- Plot 9 provided;
Laurdel road); Fleet serviced and - Human resource costs (Staff Welfare,
maintained transport and lunch allowances) for
entitled staff paid on monthly basis;
- Utilities (Water, Electricity and
Telephone) for the Ministry and 17
institutions paid;
Rent for Office accommodation for the
Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social
Development (Simbamanyo House) paid;
- Estate maintained (Renovated, Equipped,
Retooled and Land Titles acquired);
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 4,232,695 1,682,926 3,639,511

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 4,232,695 1,682,926 3,639,511

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 03 Ministerial and Top Management Services Provided

- Ministerial and Top Management Services Held 06 Senior Management meetings; 06
Provided; and Top Management meetings; 24 Senior
- A total of 24 meetings (12 for each of Senior and Management Coordination Meetings; 02
Top Policy Management) conducted. Finance Committee meeting and 24
Ministry Health Run Meetings

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Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 302,447 142,525 0

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 302,447 142,525 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 19 Human Resource Management Services

Pensioners and Gratuity paid to the beneficiaries Pension and gratuity to beneficiaries paid Pensioners and Gratuity paid to the
beneficiaries
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 2,878,997 1,436,136 4,035,000

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 2,878,997 1,436,136 4,035,000

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 20 Records Management Services

support to the Records Management Services Training of record staff conducted;
provided Resource Centre re-organised
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 135,010 75,875 0

Wage Recurrent 0 0 0

NonWage Recurrent 135,010 75,875 0

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 9,980,884 4,498,720 9,556,842

Wage Recurrent 1,625,128 798,650 1,794,270

NonWage Recurrent 8,355,756 3,700,070 7,762,571

AIA 0 0 0

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Sub Programme:09 Office of the D/G&CD; D/SP and D/L
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Responsible Officer: Jane Sanyu Mpagi

Objectives: (i) To provide oversight supervision to the heads of departments under the directorates in ensuring
community participation in the development process;

(ii) To protect, empower, integrate and promote the interests of specified vulnerable groups for effective
participation in the development process.

Workplan Outputs for 2016/17 and 2017/18
FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 01 Policy, Consultation, Planning, Resource Mobilisation and Monitoring Services

- 12 Officers paid salaries; Government Policies, Laws, programmes (i)Directorates performance against budget
- Government policies, laws, programmes and plans and plans for Social Protection Frameowork exvaluated
for Social Protection Framework for all vulnerable for all specified vulnerable groups, labour (ii) Guidance to employers, workers and
groups specified; productivity and employment, and trade unions on policies related to labour,
- Community mobilization for empowerment; and community mobilization for empowerment employment and OSH provided
- Labour, productivity and employment formulated, formulated, reviewed, coordinated and
reviewed, implemented. (iii) Implementation of policies, plans and
strategies aimed at protecting vulnerable
groups, enhancing effective participation
of communities and promoting decent
employment coordinated
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 92,072 40,657 92,072

Wage Recurrent 42,072 17,603 42,072

NonWage Recurrent 50,000 23,054 50,000

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 92,072 40,657 92,072

Wage Recurrent 42,072 17,603 42,072

NonWage Recurrent 50,000 23,054 50,000

AIA 0 0 0

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Sub Programme:16 Internal Audit
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Responsible Officer: Turyahebwa Edward: Principle Internal Audit

Objectives: To assist the accounting Officer to accomplish the set objectives using a systematic and disciplined
approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management control and governance process.

Workplan Outputs for 2016/17 and 2017/18
FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 02 Support Services (Finance and Administration) to the Ministry Provided

- Two (2) Officers paid salaries; - Two officers paid salaries - Two quarterly (i) Two (2) officers paid salaries
- Four (4) Quarterly (Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4) Internal Internal Audit report produced - One annual (ii) Four (4) quarterly Internal Audit
Audit reports for FY 2015/16 produced; (FY 2015/16) internal audit report reports for FY 2017/18 produced
- Six (6) Management and Inspection reports for produced; One audit inspection reports on (iii) Four management and inspection
FY2014/15 produced; programmes produced reports produced
- One (1) Annual (FY2015/16) Audit Work plan
produced; and
- One
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 66,608 26,732 66,608

Wage Recurrent 26,608 8,245 26,608

NonWage Recurrent 40,000 18,487 40,000

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 66,608 26,732 66,608

Wage Recurrent 26,608 8,245 26,608

NonWage Recurrent 40,000 18,487 40,000

AIA 0 0 0

Project:0345 Strengthening MSLGD

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Responsible Officer:

Objectives:

Workplan Outputs for 2016/17 and 2017/18
FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18
Approved Budget, Planned Outputs (Quantity and Expenditure and Prel. Outputs Proposed Budget, Planned
Location) by End Dec (Quantity and Outputs (Quantity and
Location) Location)
Output: 01 Policy, Consultation, Planning, Resource Mobilisation and Monitoring Services

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Programme : 10 49 General Administration, Policy and Planning

- Ministerial Policy Statement for FY2016/17 - Quarter 4 FY 2015/16 Performance reports - A total of nine technical officers /
printed and disseminated to all the stakeholders; finalized; drivers,office messengers and secretaries
- Annual, Semi-Annual and Quarterly Sector - Sector Annual Performance Progress paid salaries;
Progress Performance reports for FY 2014/15 Performance report for FY 2015/16 - Ministerial Policy Statement printed and
finalized and printed; and finalized and printed; disseminated to relevant stakeholders;
- Annual Implementation Guidelines for Socia -Quarter 1 Sector Progress Performance -Annual,Semi-Annual performance report
report for FY 2016/17 finalized and printed. for FY2016/16 compiled .
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 1,048,708 442,186 469,018

GoU Development 1,048,708 442,186 469,018

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 02 Support Services (Finance and Administration) to the Ministry Provided

- SDS conditional Grant transfers to the LGs - Two meetings to develop the monitoring - 80 Local Governments monitored and
Monitored and Evaluated; and check list for monitoring Social evaluated on Social Development
- 2000 copies of SDS implementation guidelines Development Activities in the Local transfers;
disseminated. Government for FY2016/17 held; - 2000 copies of the Social Development
- 2000 copies of the Social Development Transfers to Local Government printed.
Sector Non Wage Recurrent Transfers
Guidelines printed and disseminated; and
- Three (3) meetings to review the
monitoring check list for the Social
Development activities in the Local
Governments for FY2016/17 and
FY2017/18.

- Held three (5) meetings to review the
monitoring check list for the Social
Development activities in the local
governments.

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 588,800 224,378 1,037,508

GoU Development 588,800 224,378 1,037,508

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 03 Ministerial and Top Management Services Provided

12 meetings held

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 0 0 860,000

GoU Development 0 0 860,000

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 19 Human Resource Management Services

16 officers trained

Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 0 0 176,000

GoU Development 0 0 176,000

External Financing 0 0 0

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Programme : 10 49 General Administration, Policy and Planning

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 53 Sector Institutions and Implementing Partners Supported

- Sector Institutions and Implementing Partners Sector institutions and implementing
Supported. partners
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 400,000 43,843 0

GoU Development 400,000 43,843 0

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 72 Government Buildings and Administrative Infrastructure

- Eight (8) Institutions of: Kampiringisa National - One block at Kampiringisha National Three institutions renovated and
Rehabilitation Centre; Lweza Rehabilitation centre; Rehabilitation centre completed; Rehabilitated. These are Kampiringisa
Ruuti Rehabilitation Centre; Naguru Remand home; - Renovation work at the Lweza National Rehabilitation Centre in Mpigi;
Naguru Reception Centre; Wairaka Youth Centre; Rehabilitation Centre commenced Mbale Remand Home in Mbale
Mobuku Youth Centre and Mbale Sheltered Municipality and Wairaka Rehabilitation
Workshop reh Centre in Jinja district
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 2,269,569 541,078 2,269,000

GoU Development 2,269,569 541,078 2,269,000

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 75 Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment

- Two (2) vehicles, Pick-ups Toyota of 2800 CC - Finalized the procurement process for one
purchased. vehicle
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 430,000 215,000 0

GoU Development 430,000 215,000 0

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 76 Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software

- A total of ten (10) desktop computers and seven - One (1) laptop purchased for the A total of 15 laptops purchased
(7) laptops purchased for the Ministry. Administration
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 50,000 2,620 50,000

GoU Development 50,000 2,620 50,000

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 77 Purchase of Specialised Machinery & Equipment

- Purchase of specialized machines for the Ministry There was no output
Institutions (Kampiringisa National Rehabilitation
Centre; Lweza Rehabilitation Centre and Naguru
Remand Home).
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 300,000 18,971 0

GoU Development 300,000 18,971 0

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Programme : 10 49 General Administration, Policy and Planning

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Output: 78 Purchase of Office and Residential Furniture and Fittings

Purchase of Furniture for eight (8) institutions: - Procurement process for the furniture for Purchase of furniture for :
- Kampiringisa National Rehabilitation Centre; the two institutions initiated. - Ministry;
- Lweza Rehabilitation centre; - six (6) institutions : Kampiringisa
- Ruti Rehabilitation Centre; National Rehabilitation Centre, Rweza
- Naguru Remand home; Rehabilitation Centre; Naguru Remand
- Naguru Reception Centre; home; Mbale, Wairaka Rehabilitation
- Wairaka Home; Centre and NaguruReception Centre
- Mobuku Youth Centre; and
- Mba
Total Output Cost(Ushs Thousand): 200,000 20,313 425,551

GoU Development 200,000 20,313 425,551

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

Grand Total Sub-program 5,287,077 1,508,389 5,287,077

GoU Development 5,287,077 1,508,389 5,287,077

External Financing 0 0 0

AIA 0 0 0

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1.0 SUB PROGRAMME ANNUAL WORK PLANS OUTPUT FOR FY2016/17

PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE 1.0. Sub Programme Annual Work Plans
Output for FY2016/17 Physical Performance
The physical performance for the period under discussion is presented by the programmes
approved in the Performance Budgeting System (PBS) spearheaded by Ministry of Finance,
Planning and Economic Development.

1.1 PROGRAMME 1001: COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION AND EMPOWERMENT

1.1.1 Output: 100101 Policies, Sector plans Guidelines and Standards on Community
Mobilization and Empowerment
(i) 5000 Copies of the National Community Development Policy (NCDP) printed;
(ii) NCDP disseminated to 38 District Community Development Officers DCDOs and
12 Municipal Principal Community Development Officers (PCDOs) at Reliance
Hotel Mbale;
(iii) Draft principles of Repeal of Uganda National Culture Centre Act developed;
(iv) Entertainment guidelines validated;
(v) Uganda National Family Policy technical consultations held;
(vi) Creative Economy Action Plan printed and disseminated;
(vii) Consultations on the UNCC Act held; and
(viii) Parenting guidelines validated.

1.1.2 Output: 100102 Advocacy and Networking
(i) International Literacy Day commemorated at Nabitende sub county-Iganga
District on 8th September, 2016;
(ii) Year of the Family, 2017 Roadmap launched;
(iii) National Culture Forum conducted;
(iv) International Cultural Fare conducted;
(v) Consultations on the report on the bark cloth making in Uganda facilitated; and
(vi) JAMAFEST meetings facilitated.

1.1.3 Output: 100104 Training, Skills Development and Training Materials
(i) Draft FAL Curriculum with Food & Nutrition Security and Early Childhood
Development issue in place; and
(ii) Support the emerging film industry by assisting Actors to get training and
equipment.

1.1.4 Output: 100105 Monitoring, Technical Support Supervision and Backstopping
(i) Monitoring and back stopping services provided to 14 District Local
Governments ofBudaka, Kibuku, Kiboga, Butaleja, Kyankwanzi, luwero, Mpigi,
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(ii) Monitored services on Culture and Family functions provided to I9 LGs:
Northern Region; Maracha, Yumbe, Amuru, Gulu and Nebbi; Eastern Region;
Iganga, Kaliro, Soroti, Bukedea, Jinja and Butalejja; Western region; Masindi.
Mbarara, Hoima; Central region; Mpigi, Masaka, Lyantonde, Lwengo, Mukono
and Buikwe.

1.1.5 Output: 100151 Support to Traditional Leaders provided

(i) 14 Cultural/Traditional leaders facilitated with Shs0.005Bn per month to:
Emorimor Papa Iteso; OmukamawaTooro; OmukamawaBunyoro Kitara;
LawiRwodi me Acholi; KwarAdhola;OmusingabwaRwenzururu; Won Nyaci me
Lango; RwothUbimu me Alur;OmukamawaBuruuli; KamuswagawaKooki;
InzuyaMasaba; ObudingiyabwaBwamba; IsebantuKyabazingawa Busoga; and
IkumbaniabwaBugwere

However, the Kabakawa Buganda declined to pick the support.

1.1.6 Output: 100152 Support to National Library of Uganda (Wage and Non-Wage
Subvention)
(i) Wage Subvention and Non-wage subvention to National Library of Uganda
disbursed to monitor and evaluate public Library activities country wide.

1.1.7 Output: 100153 Support to the Promotion of Culture and family provided
(i) National Culture Centre Supported with Wage subvention

1.1.8 Output: 100154 Sector Institutions and Implementing Partners Supported
(i) Inter religious Council supported with subvention

1.2 PROGRAMME: 1002 MAINSTREAMING GENDER AND WOMEN
EMPOWERMENT

1.2.1 Output: 100201 Policies, Guidelines and Standards for Mainstreaming Gender &
Other Social Development Concerns

(i) Gender and Equity budgeting compacts for Education, Water and Sanitation
Sectors developed;
(ii) The Draft National Policy and Action Plan on the Elimination of GBV in Uganda
was passed by Cabinet on 17th August 2016. The Policy provides a framework for
comprehensive and multi Sectoral action to prevent GBV and provide care and
support services to GBV survivors;
(iii) TORs for contracting a consultant for revision of the Uganda Gender Policy
formulated;
(iv) The Uganda Gender Policy 2007 evaluated;

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(v) Guidelines for Gender Mainstreaming in Local Governments reviewed;
(vi) Multi sectoral framework for reporting on progress in gender equality and
women’s empowerment developed;
(vii) National Policy and Action Plan on the Elimination of Gender Based Violence
2016 in Uganda was finalized;
(viii) 500 copies of each Policy document and Action plan printed and disseminated;
(ix) 2000 brochures and 3000 Programme documents printed and disseminated.
(x) Planning and review meeting held for 60 people that UWEP focal points, DCDOs,
MGLSD technical staff and TSU members Undertook field visit to get baseline
information from field work. A draft report has been prepared and is being
reviewed; and
(xi) Strategic partnership Consultative meeting held targeting women with
Disabilities and Older Women on UWEP. Procurement of Consultant for MIS is
ongoing
1.2.2 Output: 100202 Advocacy and Networking

(i) Pokot Culture Day 2016 on 1st July in AmudatDistarict Local Government
commemorated;
(ii) Enforcement of FGM Act ongoing in the Sebei region;
(iii) 16 Days of Activism against GBV commemorated;
(iv) Two (2)Press Conferences held in response to the increasing murder cases of
women as a result of violence reported in the media;
(v) 348 survivors (80 males, 268 females) accessed services through the GBV
Shelters and community activities in the Districts of Kamuli and Namutumba;
(vi) 80% of the GBV cases received were concluded through Alternative Dispute
Resolution/ Mediation;
(vii) 961 survivors received support through the 2 GBV Advisory centers (Kamuli and
Namutumba and Advocacy Strategy;
(viii) One (1) newspaper Supplement two (2) Radio talk shows held on Namirembe FM
and Radio Pacis;
(ix) The Indicative Planning Figures were shared with districts to enable them plan
and incorporate Programme in their District Development Plan and budget. All
district prepared work plans which were reviewed by the Technical Support Unit
(TSU) and feedback provided. Final work plans have been received and the
ministry in the process of disbursing institutional support;
(x) All phase 2 districts and 41 Municipalities have signed Memorandum of
Understanding which were cleared by Solicitor General;
(xi) Communication Advocacy Strategy has been finalized and will be tabled for
approval by PS;
(xii) Newspaper supplement published in New Vision, Monitor, Observer, Orumuri,
Chimp reports andEtop;
(xiii) Two (2) live talk-shows on UBC TV Commissioned; and

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(xiv) AProgramme on Facebook Media for beneficiary groups on their stories
generated/published in regional media platforms; Talk-show on TV West and
other regional radios NBS TV Engagement with editorial managers of NTV, NBS,
UBC, Chimp reports.

1.2.3 Output: 100204 Capacity building for Gender and Rights Equality and Equity

(i) Mentoring and supervision support services on gender mainstreaming and
women's empowerment initiatives provided to 140 Local Government Staff in
the districts of Nebbi, Busia, Rukungiri, Lira, Nwoya, Paliisa, Butaleja, Kibaale and
Kiboga;
(ii) Training of 200 people provided to strengthen skills for working with Community
Action Groups.
(iii) A total of 471 district stake holders (LCV Chairpersons, Mayors, Town Clerks,
CAOs, DCDOs) oriented on UWEP. There were six (6) centres to which all 116
DLGs and 41 Municipalities participated. The centres were in Gulu, Kampala,
Hoima, Mbarara, Mbale and Soroti.
(iv) 10 workshops regional training of trainers for 611 district technical personal -
Quality Assurance provided to 82 DLGs and Municipalities Eastern 18, Karamoja
8, Northern 12, Central 20 and Western 24

1.2.4 Output: 100251 Support to National Women??s Council and the Kapchorwa Women
Development Group
(i) National Women's Council and REACH NGO supported to monitor women
activities and implement activities for the prevention of Female Genital
Mutilation

1.2.5 Output: 100252 Monitoring, Technical Support Supervision and backstopping services
provided to MDAs

(i) Field trip to Kole, Katakwi and Moroto undertaken
(ii) Field trip to provide technical support and information on UWEP during meeting
for Persons with Disabilities.
(iii) Meeting with Bunyoro MPs conducted

1.2.6 Output: 100253 Sector Institutions and Implementing Partners Supported

(i) 349 women groups (4,619 women beneficiaries) supported with women
Enterprise funds worth Shs 1,708,725,080.It is expected that new groups will be
added in the third quarter.
(ii) National Women Council held trainings in 5 centres for District women council
chairpersons and the UWEP focal point persons

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1.3 PROGRAMME: 1003 PROMOTION OF LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY AND
EMPLOYMENT
1.3.1 Output: 100301 Policies, Laws, Regulations and Guidelines on Employment and Labour
Productivity
(i) Principles for review of Labour Disputes and Arbitration Act developed
(ii) Draft Occupational Safety and Health Policy and Action Plan finalized
(iii) Recruitment of Ugandan Migrant Workers Abroad 2005 reviewed.
(iv) Validation of National Apprenticeship Framework for Uganda conducted

1.3.2 Output: 100302 Inspection of Workplaces and Investigation on violation of labour
standards
(i) 120 Work places inspected country wide inspected country wide in relation to
terms and conditions of work
(ii) 421 workplaces inspected and assessed for compliance with the safety and
health standard;
(iii) 8 Architectural plans reviewed;
(iv) 23 Environmental Impact Assessment reviewed.
(v) Technical backstopping and monitoring support visits to District Labour Offices
in:-Amuru, Nwoya, Adjumani, Kiryandongo, Nakasongola, Nakaseke, Luwero.
and Kitgum;
(vi) Reactivation visits to Mukono and Wakiso District Publication Employment
Services; and
(vii) 255 workplaces registered
(viii) 219 statutory equipment were examined & certified;

1.3.3 Output: 100304 Settlement of Complaints on Non-Observance of Working Conditions
(i) 110 Cases of violation of workers’ rights handled and 68 cases referred to the
Industrial Court
(ii) 5 industrial Actions settled (Royal Van Zanten, Polly pack, Rift Valley Railways
and in flower farms)
1.3.4 Output: 100305 Arbitration of Labour Disputes (Industrial Court)
(i) 100 cases arbitrated at the Industrial Court; and
(ii) 32 cases arbitrated in the Gulu, Lira and Masaka Court Circuit

1.3.5 Output: 100306 Training and Skills Development
(i) 1 labour officer trained in Turin
(ii) Members of the Labour Advisory Board Inducted
(iii) 98 Labour Officers oriented on procedures of submitting cases to Industrial
Court
(iv) 100 workers trained on safety and health measures
(v) Consultative meeting on OSH conducted

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(vi) Common Wealth Magistrates and Judges Association attended in Guiana-
America
(vii) Registrar of Industrial Court trained in Advanced Mediation
(viii) Career guidance and counselling in four (4) Senior Secondary Schools of Luzira,
Kibuli, Makerere College and Mengo;
(ix) 63 District Environmental and Labour Officers trained on Chemical Safety and
emergency response;
(x) 4 officers trained in OSH management in Malaysia
(xi) Sensitization workshop on green jobs programme, inclusive green growth
programme and Songhai Model conducted

1.4 PROGRAMME: 1004 SOCIAL PROTECTION FOR VULNERABLE GROUPS

1.4.1 Output: 100401 Policies, Guidelines, Laws, Regulations and Standards on Vulnerable
Groups
(i) Review of Persons with Disabilities Bill on-going;
(ii) Review of National Policy on Disability on-going;
(iii) Hand book for National Council for Older Persons reviewed;
(iv) 56 general staff were paid salaries;
(v) Launched Integrated Early Childhood Development Policy on 15th September
2016 under the theme “Best Start in Life”
(vi) Launched Uganda National Youth Policy under the theme “Mindset Change: A
Pre-requisite to attaining a middle income status”
(vii) Carried out analysis of social policies on child rights under public, private
partnership arrangement;
(viii) Reviewed draft Action Plan on Children with Disabilities;
(ix) Organized national dialogue on OVC policy review into a comprehensive
children policy;
(x) Reviewed assessment toolkit for inspection of babies and children homes; and
(xi) Oriented staff in 19 on National Integrated Early Childhood Development
Policy to 19 districts
1.4.2 Output: 100403 Monitoring and Evaluation of Programmes for Vulnerable Groups
(i) 11 LGs provided with monitoring and support supervision on Disability and
Elderly issues (Sembabule, Masaka, Lwengo, Kalungu, Bukomansimbi, Buikwe,
Kayunga, Mayuge, Luuka, Luweero and Nakaseke)
(ii) 3 vocational institutions provided with support supervision and monitoring
(Kireka, Lweza and Mpumudde)
(iii) 12 LGs monitored and provided technical backstopping to improve quality of
services delivered to children and youth.
(iv) 18 children and babies homes (Kampala 7, Wakiso 3, Rukungiri 2, Buikwe 2,
Kisoro 1, Jinja 3) assessed to ascertain the level of compliance with minimum
standards as set by the Children and Babies Home Rules and Regulations 2013.

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(v) 24 districts implementing child helpline monitored and provided with technical
back stopping.
(vi) 35 child protection working group organizations were assessed on how to
strengthen child protection systems.
(vii) 10 Local Governments supported and monitored to implement Social
Assistance Grants for Empowerment (SAGE).
(viii) Continuous technical support by the TST/ MGLSD, National Technical Working
Committee and National Youth Council (all the 116 districts and 41
municipalities)

1.4.3 Output: 100404 Training and Skills Development
(i) Training materials procured for the 4 institutions (Kireka, Mpumudde, Lweza
and Ruti)
(ii) 110 youth provided with non-formal vocational skills training (60) and hands-
on tailor made 50) training courses including entrepreneurship at Kobulin and
Ntawo regional youth skills centre respectively.
(iii) 31 vulnerable children and youth in ministry institutions provided with formal
education (primary to tertiary) (tuition fees for 3rd term and 2nd semester).
(iv) 270 young people sensitized on adolescent sexual reproductive health and
rights issues in Kiryadongo and Koboko districts.
(v) 50 youth from Mukono, Buvuma, Buikwe and Wakiso were provided with short
hands on training in soap making at NtawoYuth skills centre.
(vi) 120 youth trained in entrepreneurial skills Mukono (50), Kireka (20) and
Luwero (Nyimbwa) 50
(vii) Social Protection training and sensitization provided to national and sub
national Government officers in 20 Local Governments involved in
implementing SAGE.
(viii) 734 District and Municipality Stakeholders sensitized and 605 district technical
staff trained in programme guidelines and Monitoring and Evaluation.
(ix) 370 LGs staff provided with orientation and training to effectively manage,
implement and monitor SAGE

1.4.4 Output: 100405 Empowerment, Support, Care and Protection of Vulnerable Groups
(i) 7 children institution (Ministry) were supported with payment of contract staff
salaries, fuel and imprest to improve access to justice and welfare services as
well tracing and resettlement of children. These institutions were Remand
homes (NaguruMbale, Arua and Fort Portal), Children Rehabilitation Centre
(Kampiringisa) and Children Reception Centre (Naguru).
(ii) 2 youth skills centres (Kobulin and Ntawo) were supported to operate and
manage training of youth.
(iii) The Uganda Child Helpline was supported to operate and be managed 24hrs a
day.
(iv) 16 Child Helpline Satellite/Action Centres equipped to handle child abuse
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(v) 2 coordination meeting for department and its institutions was conducted
(vi) Organized national workshop on the Community for Development Strategy for
Adolescent Girl programming.
(vii) Established National Integrated Early Childhood Development Secretariat.
(viii) Organized learning workshop on community driven child protection
mechanisms.
(ix) 136,835 calls were received through the Child helpline of which 3,116 were
child abuse. Out of these, 883 escalated to casework for follow up.
(x) Connected 16 district action centres to the UCHL (Kisoro, Kabale, Wakiso,
Kiryadongo, Kotido, Kaabong, Gulu, Kitgum, Arua, Moroto, Amudat, Bukwo,
Kween, Kasese and Iganga.
(xi) Built capacity of key stakeholders from 19 districts and 2 cultural institutions
(Toro and Busoga) to implement early childhood development in lower local
governments and institutions.

1.4.5 Output: 100451 Support to councils provided
(i) National Council for Disability supported to monitor all interventions of PWDs;
(ii) National Council for Older persons supported for its establishment.
(iii) National Youth Council was supported with Wage Subvention and Non- Wage
Subventions to mobilize and monitor youth activities.
(iv) Established interim management for the transition of NCC to National Children
Authority (NCA).
(v) Human resource policy, organizational, structure and resource mobilization
strategy for the NCA drafted
(vi) Initial activities for transition of National Council for Children (NCC) into
National Children Authority (NCA) were conducted.

1.4.6 Output: 100452 Support to the Renovation and Maintenance of Centres for Vulnerable
Groups
(i) 180 PWDs in Ministry Institutions Trainees, supported, cared for and
protected: 43 in Kireka, 42 in Ruti, 40 in Lweza and 55 in Mpumudde
(ii) Provide food and non-food items to a total of 1,168 children in children
institutions;
(iii) 100 youth at Youth Skills Centres were provided with food.

1.4.7 Output: 100453 Support to Street Children
(i) 283 street children withdrawn from the streets of Kampala and resettled in
Napak, Masaka, Mpigi and Kampala.
(ii) SAGE grants delivered through private payment service provider to 139,274
beneficiaries
(iii) Financed 450 projects, worth UShs3,648,197,663 for 5,414 beneficiaries. This
brings the cumulative number of projects, funds disbursed and beneficiaries
under YLP since Programme commencement to 8,663, Ushs 62,081,121,563
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1.5 PROGRAMME: 1004 GENERAL ADMINISTRATION, POLICY AND
PLANNING
Programme: 1049 Policy, Planning and Support Services
Output: 104953 Sector Institutions and Implementing Partners Supported

1.6 Achievements from Off Budget Support
1.6.1 Child Helpline

(i) Moved offices from statistics house to a permanent home in Kireka
(rehabilitation center).
(ii) 2 police officer work full time with the child help line team in kireka which
has led to the speeding up of receiving justice for the affected children
(iii) UCHL currently has 42 staff including both contract and government staff
working on a 24/7 basis.
(iv) With support from partners (Plan International, Save the Children, World
Vision and UNICEF), action centers have been established in 27 districts and
are fully operational.
(v) UCHL has handled a total of 783,052 calls of which 9,709 were cases of child
abuse where a number of children have been rescued from abusive
situations. 3,543 of these cases were successfully closed to the best interest
of the child.
(vi) All districts in the country have been visited and sensitized by the UCHL
team to raise awareness of its services which has led to a continuous
increase in the number of calls received.
(vii) More than 80 radio and TV talk shows were held with support from OPM all
of which were aimed at raising awareness of the 116 countrywide.
(viii) Response to cases reported through the media and U-report platform is also
part of the UCHL service.
(ix) More than 50 schools have been sensitized on the new form of abuse;
online child sexual abuse and offenders reported caught and charged by the
Uganda Police Force.
(x) Purchase office equipment server rack 1, IP PBX 1, GSM PBX 1, E1 lines,
desktops 10, laptops 5, headsets 50, mouse 7, keyboards 7, tool kit
(xi) Finalize UCHL system upgrade- phase 2
(xii) Conduct 1 consultative meeting with UCC/telecom operators to work out
mechanisms for meeting costs in case follow up
(xiii) Recruit an M&E Officer and a Partnerships Manager
(xiv) Finalize & print copies of the new strategic plan for the UCHL
(xv) Carrying out sensitization and awareness campaigns for all key child
protection stakeholders including schools
(xvi) Develop, translate, print and disseminate IEC materials to promote the
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(xvii) Commemorate International Day celebrations (IWD, ILD, CHL DAC, IYD, and
IDGC)
(xviii) Conduct quarterly monitoring and support supervision for quality assurance
in various regions (track 10 success case stories every quarter)
(xix) Engage in exchange visits from 1 district to another
(xx) UCHL system Help desk and technical support towards all stakeholders on
the UCHL System

1.6.2 Alternative Care
(i) Reviewed the Assessment Tool Kit;
(ii) Trained Child Care Institution on the Disaster Risk Management;
(iii) Trained Probation and Welfare Officers, Social Workers, Children Home
Managers on best practices and alternative care;
(iv) Assessed approved children homes;
(v) Regional sensitization meeting on Alternative Care Framework and Children
Approved Home Rules 2013 conducted;
(vi) Quarterly coordination meeting conducted;
(vii) Support to the closure of homes that don’t meet standards for operation;
(viii) Printed and disseminated Alternative Care Framework;
(ix) Developed National Alternative Care Profile;
(x) Developed a Guideline Manual for Alternative Care Panel; and
(xi) Developed a training manual for Alternative Care Panel.

1.6.3 Nutrition & Integrated Early Childhood Development

(i) Reviewed FAL Curriculum to integrate nutrition;
(ii) FAL Nutrition Learners Model developed;
(iii) All Parish Development Committees (PDCs) and Functional Adult Literacy
Instructors (FAL) in the 21 UNICEF Supported Districts trained in Nutrition &
Integrated Early Childhood Development;
(iv) Technical Backstopping services on Nutrition & Integrated Early Childhood
Development provided to 21 UNICEF Supported Districts
(v) Nutrition mentoring and supervision tool and data base developed;
(vi) A total of 170 District Community Development Officers and Principal
Community development Officers oriented on Community Based Nutrition
Programme.
1.6.4 Orphans and other Vulnerable Children

(i) Coordinated and participated in the Violence Against Children (VAC) study;
(ii) Initiated activities for revision of the OVC policy into the children policy, the
consultant is now onboard and regional consultations are underway;
(iii) Conducted support supervision for the National Strategy for Ending Child
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(iv) Convened coordination meetings (National OVC Steering Committees, TWGs,
MSTF for ending child marriages and teenage pregnancies);
(v) Conducted eight (8) OVCMIS regional data review meetings; and
(vi) General support to partners including training, desk coaching and training.

1.6.5 UNFPA

(i) Printed and disseminated laws, policies and guidelines.
(ii) Operationalized the National GBV Database.
(iii) Conducted sensitization on GBV prevention and response for Uganda Police
Force.
(iv) Conducted sensitization on GBV prevention and response UPDF.
(v) Commemorated national and international days at national level. (16 Days).
(vi) Oriented Rehabilitation Officers on GBV & SRHR.
(vii) Developed a male involvement strategy for GBV
(viii) Developed an SBCC strategy for GBV prevention and response.
(ix) Printed, disseminated and mobilized resources for the GBV Multimedia
strategy.
(x) Trained users at District and Sub county level on the National GBV database
usage and management.
(xi) Monitoring and Support supervision to districts conducted.
(xii) Commemorated FGM International and Cultural days.
(xiii) Conducted National FGM Alliance and planning meeting.
(xiv) Conducted support supervision and monitoring to FGM districts.
(xv) Conducted regional orientation of Programme managers and accounting
officers on JPFGM and evidence based programming and di- monitoring.

1.6.6 Integrated Community Learning for Wealth Creation
(i) Conducted selection of participants for CEGs (Community Empowerment
Groups);
(ii) Conducted second phase of facilitators’ training
(iii) Developed Village Savings and Loans Association (VSLA) manual
(iv) Trained facilitators in Village Savings and Loans Association
(v) Oriented the CEGs in VSLA and start savings
(vi) Conducted bi-monthly facilitators meetings
(vii) Conduct monthly supportive supervision of CEGs and collect data (all
responsible, including PDCs)
(viii) Conducted market assessment and identify potential IGA and skill training
areas
(ix) Conducted district level workshop with intersectoral consultations for
integration, including planning, budgeting and implementation strategy for
ICOLEW
(x) Collected and processed data on MIS
(xi) Oriented new political leaders (after election)

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(xii) Conducted joint monitoring and supportive supervision of CEGs
(xiii) Conducted annual review and planning workshop for districts
(xiv) Updated and completed ICOLEW programme design document and ICOLEW
guidelines
(xv) Conducted inter and intra policy and strategy reviews to establish linkages with
ICOLEW
(xvi) Printed and disseminated the Community Development Policy
(xvii) Finalized M&E framework including budget tracking tools
(xviii) Developed and operationalized Resource Mobilization Strategy

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2.0 SUB PROGRAMME ANNUAL WORK PLANS OUTPUT FOR FY2017/18
2.0. Sub Programme Annual Work Plans
2.1 Community Development Adult Literacy Output for FY2017/18

(i) 6000 copies of the National Community Development Policy printed and
disseminated;
(ii) Consultative workshops on Community Mobilization and Empowerment
(CME) Bill conducted;
(iii) Stakeholders’ workshop on financial support to the department conducted;
(iv) International Literacy Day commemorated on 8th September 2017;
(v) FAL Curriculum reviewed;
(vi) Learning Units for ICOLEW Programme developed;
(vii) Monitoring and technical backstopping provided to 55 LGs;
(viii) Conduct monitoring and support supervision to the 3 pilot districts under the
ICOLEW Programme; and
(ix) Support to National Library of Uganda with a wage and non-wage subvention.

2.2 Culture and Family
(i) National Culture Policy reviewed and disseminated;
(ii) Two (2) conventions on Copy Rights Ratified;
(iii) Entertainment Policy disseminated;
(iv) Family Policy developed and disseminated;
(v) Parenting guidelines developed and disseminated;
(vi) National Culture Forum facilitated;
(vii) International Days (Mother Tongue, Culture and Family) commemorated;
(viii) JAMAFEST hosted;
(ix) Kiswahili Council established;
(x) TOTs in 156 LGs on parenting guidelines tool kit and manual trained;
(xi) Year of family reviewed;
(xii) 28 LGs monitored on culture and family functions;
(xiii) Support to 14 traditional leaders provided; and
(xiv) Inter religious council supported.

2.3 Gender and women’s empowerment
(i) Uganda Gender Policy approved, disseminated and popularized;
(ii) Action Plan for 2nd Uganda Gender Policy implemented;
(iii) National Policy and Action Plan on the Elimination of GBV implemented;
(iv) Guidelines for gender mainstreaming in MDAs disseminated;
(v) International Women’s Day commemorated on 8th March 2018;
(vi) Annual 16 days of Activism against GBV campaign commemorated;
(vii) 100 LG staff mentored through support supervision and monitoring gender
mainstreaming and prevention response to GBV in 20 LGs;
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(ix) Support to REACH to implement activities for the prevention of Female
Genital Mutilation;
(x) Complaint handling mechanism developed and operationalized;
(xi) 8 Regional Annual Review and Planning meetings with implementing
partners conducted;
(xii) 100 best performing women groups awarded;
(xiii) Two (2) national and international networking meetings undertaken;
(xiv) Refresher training for UWEP in 10 centers conducted;
(xv) Training in MIS in 4 centers conducted;
(xvi) Two (2) training sessions in appropriate technology conducted;
(xvii) Capacity built for 25 members of the TSU;
(xviii) 466 women groups supported with capacity skills fund; and
(xix) 2176 women groups supported with enterprise fund.

2.4 Labour and Industrial Relations
(i) Three (3) labour policies, laws and regulations developed, reviewed and
disseminated;
(ii) Labour production policy developed and disseminated;
(iii) National Employment Policy and Child Labour Policy reviewed;
(iv) 300 Work places inspected country wide and reports produced;
(v) Child labour inspections carries out in 3 regions of the country;
(vi) 45 Government workers compensated;
(vii) 200 workers complaints and disputes settled;
(viii) 20 labour officers trained in labour administration;
(ix) 44 labour officers oriented on procedures for submitting cases to
industrial court;
(x) New labour officers inducted on dispute resolution procedures;
(xi) 300 stakeholders mobilized to commemorate the International Labour
Day on 1st May 2018 and World Day against Child Labour on 12 June
2018;
(xii) Annual labour conference in Geneva attended; and
(xiii) 200 Workers complaints and disputes settled.

2.5 Occupational Safety and Health

(i) Occupational Safety and Health Policy developed
(ii) Occupational Safety and Health Regulations in oil and gas and chemical
safety and security developed
(iii) Occupational Safety and Health Act amended
(iv) 300 Work places inspected country wide for OSH Standards/Regulations
(v) 286 statutory equipment examined and certified
(vi) 25 architectural plans reviewed
(vii) 10 EIAs and Audit Reports reviewed

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(viii) 50 workers trained in occupational safety and health management
system
(ix) Occupational Safety and Health Day commemorated on 28th April, 2018
(x) 8 Radio and television talk shows on occupational safety and health
undertaken

2.6 Industrial Court

Backlog of Labour disputes and newly registered disputes arbitrated
(i) 15 Panelists trained on Court procedures
(ii) 12 Staff trained on Court procedures and record keeping
(iii) Mediators trained on Principles of Mediation

2.7 Employment Services
(i) Employment Policy Reviewed,
(ii) Employment regulation 2011 reviewed,
(iii) Recruitment of Ugandan migrant workers abroad regulations printed,
(iv) Recruitment of Ugandan migrant workers abroad guidelines and informal
sector strategy developed
(v) 60 external recruitment agencies Monitored
(vi) 30 Informal Sector Association Monitored
(vii) Job placement followed up
(viii) 28 companies where Ugandan migrants are employed Monitored and
supervised.
(ix) 4 Bilateral agreements Signed.
(x) Sensitization of 53 labour export agencies on externalization guidelines
and revised regulations conducted
(xi) Sensitization of 30 informal sector groups on the informal sector strategy
conducted
(xii) 80 District labor officers and Ministry staff sensitized on the internal
employment Management Information System
(xiii) Internal employment agencies on labour and employment standards
oriented
(xiv) Migrant workers on pre-departure oriented.
(xv) Awareness on existing labour legislation created
(xvi) Four talk shows on internal and external employment held.
(xvii) Press release on external agencies
(xviii) Four newspaper supplement

2.8 Social Protection (SAGE) Programme
(i) Disability and Elderly
(ii) Persons with disabilities bill finalized
(iii) Older persons bill developed
(iv) Older persons bill finalized

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(v) Training curriculum for vocational institutions finalized
(vi) International day for older persons celebrated on 1st October 2017
(vii) International day for persons with disabilities celebrated on 3rd
December 2017
(viii) Created awareness on employment opportunities for PWDs
(ix) Eight (8) Vocational institutions provided with support supervision and
monitoring. These are: Kireka, Lweza, Mpumudde, Ruti, Ocoko, Jinja,
Mbale, and Buyaga Rehabilitation centres
(x) 180 Persons with Disabilities trained in employable skills
(xi) IEC Materials on disability and aging developed
(xii) Funds transfer to the National Council for persons with disabilities
(xiii) Funds transfer to the national council for older persons
(xiv) Funds for renovation of vocation institutions transferred

2.9 Youth and Children

(i) National Youth Service Scheme Policy developed
(ii) International Youth Day (IYD) commemorated on 12th August 2017, the
International Day of the Girl Child (IDGC) on 11th October 2017 and the
Day of the African Child (DAC) on 16th June 2018.
(iii) Social care and support services for children and youth
(iv) Monitoring, technical support supervision and backstopping services
provided to Children and Youth Institutions, LGs and youth projects (75
LGs, 50 youth projects and 150 NGO babies and children homes for
compliance)
(v) 600 youth trained in non-formal vocational and entrepreneurial skills at
regional youth skills centres; and
(vi) 600 trained youth provided with tool kits
(vii) Human resource capacity at children and youth institutions improved
(viii) Services at 8 children and 3 youth institutions improved
(ix) Youth in 2 skills training centres; provided with training materials;
(x) 100 children rehabilitated from KRNC provided with start-up capital
(xi) National Youth Council and National Children Authority supported
mobilize and oversee planning and implementation of children and
youth programmes
(xii) Rights of 4,924 vulnerable children in remand homes, reception and
rehabilitation centres protected and promoted
(xiii) Street Children Strategy implemented
(xiv) 350 street children withdrawn from the streets of Kampala and other
towns
(xv) Integrated early childhood development promoted
(xvi) Uganda Child helpline strengthened

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2.10 Equity and rights

(i) Equal Opportunities Policy Reviewed
(ii) Equity Promotion Strategy reviewed
(iii) Observations to the UN Convention on Economic Social and Cultural
(UNCESCRs) printed and disseminated
(iv) UN Convention on Economic Social and Cultural (UNCESCRs) ratification
followed up
(v) Social Equity and Rights Inspections conducted in the Local
Governments of Kyenjojo, Kibale, Bulambuli, Kapchorwa,
kyankwanzi,Kiboga, Mbarara and Kiruhura
(vi) Training conducted for 200 stakeholders in HRBAP in 8 local
governments (Nakasongora, Kiryandongo, Ngora, Serere, Hoima,
Masindi, Apac and Oyam)

2.11 Youth Livelihood Programme (YLP)

(i) 116 Districts & 41 Municipalities offered implementation support
(ii) 11 Vehicles maintained
(iii) 2 Bench marking/ visits made abroad by 2 persons
(iv) 3000 Programme documents printed and disseminated
(v) 3000 Funds access criteria printed and disseminated
(vi) Four (4) Quarterly Internal Audit Reports
(vii) GIS Maps produced for 4,100 projects
(viii) Two (2) Learning Visits abroad by 3 persons
(ix) 35,700 members of Youth Project Management Committees (from
5,100 groups) trained in basic financial management, community
procurement, record keeping, entrepreneurship and group dynamics
(x) Operations funds disbursed to 116 Districts and 41 Municipalities
(xi) 5,100 Youth Projects Financed
(xii) Operations funds disbursed to support Transparency and Accountability
Agencies in implementation of Programme activities
(xiii) Operations funds disbursed to facilitate the National Youth Council in
the implementation of Programme activities
(xiv) 161 Motorcycles for District and Municipality Focal Point Persons
(xv) 10 Orthopedic Office Chairs purchased
(xvi) Anti-virus Licenses procured

2.12 Finance and Administration

(i) 70 officers paid salaries on time; Sector Policy Statement for FY2018/19
prepared and submitted to MFPED and Parliament in time; Monthly
procurement reports prepared and submitted to PPDA; Sector Review
conducted; Pension for General Civil Service paid

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(ii) Budget Framework Paper including Estimates of Revenue and
Expenditure for Recurrent and Development for FY 2018/19 prepared
and submitted to the MFPED as well as Parliament in time
(iii) ; Ministry Half Year Financial Statement for FY 2017/18 prepared and
submitted to MFPED; Effective management of funds observed and
timely accountabilities made
(iv) Finance and Administration services provided;
(v) Human resource costs (Staff Welfare, transport and lunch allowances)
for entitled staff paid on monthly basis;
(vi) Utilities (Water, Electricity and Telephone) for the Ministry and 17
institutions paid;
(vii) -Rent for Office accommodation for the Ministry of Gender, Labour and
Social Development (Simbamanyo House) paid;
(viii) Estate maintained (Renovated, Equipped, Retooled and Land Titles
acquired);
(ix) National Library of Uganda (Buganda Road) and Expanding Social
Protection in Uganda (Plot 9 Laurdel road) paid; and Scheme of service
for technical cadre of Ministry developed
(x) Ministerial and Top Management Services facilitated; A total of 24
meetings (12 for each of Senior and Top Policy Management)
conducted; and
(xi) Effective Management and coordination of Sector attained
(xii) Pensioners and Gratuity paid to the beneficiaries
(xiii) Support to the Records Management Services provided;
(xiv) Support provided for harmonization and development of MIS

2.13 Internal Audit
(i) Four (4) quarterly Internal Audit reports for FY 2017/18 produced
(ii) Four management and inspection reports produced

2.14 Strengthening MGLSD
(i) A total of nine technical officers / drivers, office messengers and
secretaries paid salaries;
(ii) Ministerial Policy Statement printed and disseminated to relevant
stakeholders;
(iii) Annual, Semi-Annual performance report for FY2016/16 compiled.
(iv) 80 Local Governments monitored and evaluated on Social
Development transfers;
(v) 2000 copies of the Social Development Transfers to Local Government
printed.
(vi) 12 meetings held
(vii) 15 officers trained

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(viii) Three institutions renovated and rehabilitated. These are Kampiringisa
National Rehabilitation Centre in Mpigi; Mbale Remand Home in
Mbale Municipality and Wairaka Rehabilitation Centre in Jinja district
(ix) Two (2) vehicles purchased
(x) A total of 15 laptops purchased
(xi) Purchase of furniture for: Ministry and Six (6) institutions: Kampiringisa
National Rehabilitation Centre, Rweza Rehabilitation Centre; Naguru
Remand home; Mbale, Wairaka Rehabilitation Centre and
NaguruReception Centre

3.0 Plans Under Off Budget Intervention
3.1 Integrated Community Learning for Wealth Creation (ICOLEW)-DVV International
Shs663,000,000 (Euros 195,000)

(i) Material development specialist trained in development of learning
units;
(ii) Vocational skills training conducted for 60 Community Empowerment
Group members;
(iii) Business skills development training conducted for 60 Community
Empowerment Group members;
(iv) Monitoring and support supervision provided to the 60 Community
Empowerment Group members (in the three pilot districts of
Namayingo, Iganga and Mpigi); and
(v) ICOLEW branded T-Shirts and bags provided to the 60 facilitators.
(vi) Three (3) Joint Annual Review and Planning meeting conducted for the
three (3) pilot districts;
(vii) Refresher training for facilitators and supervisors conducted;
(viii) Monitoring and support supervision by districts conducted;
(ix) Orientation of new technical and political leaders on ICOLEW
conducted.
(x) Three (3) regional DCDO/ PCDO annual conferences conducted; and
(xi) Orientation of stakeholders (Parliamentary Committee on Gender,
Parliamentary Committee on National Budgets, Senior and Middle
Management of MoGLSD) on ICOLEW Programme conducted.

3.2 Transition Programme on Gender Based Violence prevention and response for Busoga
sub-region- Irish Aid Shs520,875,538
(i) Community level actors equipped with knowledge and skills for
Gender Based Violence (GBV) prevention and response;
(ii) Orient community leaders on legislation against violence and existing
protection mechanisms;
(iii) Equip selected actors with knowledge and skills to prevent and
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(iv) Develop Advocacy strategy for implementation of GBV policy and GBV
National Action Plan;
(v) Conduct advocacy meetings;
(vi) Print and disseminate GBV Action Plan;
(vii) Develop Action Plan with Cultural Leaders and the Kingdom of Busoga
(viii) Develop guidelines for integration of GBV across sectors;
(ix) Functional data management systems for GBV service providers;
(x) District Councilors and Technical Planning Committee sensitized on
GBV and gender responsive budgeting;
(xi) Functional National Gender Based Violence (NGBV) data base; and
(xii) Equip service providers with NGBV data base support materials.

3.3 National Integrated Early Childhood Development- UNICEF Shs1000 million

(i) Tooling and re-tooling (Car and other Assets for the secretariat);
(ii) Resource mobilization and advocacy January to December 2017;
(iii) Follow up on the line ministries, district commitments/ Action Plans on
the policy implementation. January to December 2017;
(iv) Disseminate the Policy in the remaining 94 districts January to
December 2017; and
(v) Capacity building of the ECD care givers and organizing quarterly
forums for ECD service providers January to December 2017.

3.4 UgandaChild Helpline- UNICEF Shs999,232,000
(i) Develop guidelines confirming the definition of a protective
environment a baseline of timeline for response time;
(ii) Hold case clinics in 12 hard to reach districts especially islands;
(iii) Train national staff on the new upgraded system;
(iv) Carrying out sensitization and awareness campaigns for all key child
protection stakeholders including schools;
(v) Establish and operationalize 30 district action centrei.e purchase
equipment, train staff etc;
(vi) Hold regional trainings on the new upgraded system for DAC staff;
(vii) Share quarterly UCHL reports with districts;
(viii) Hold the annual UCHL retreat; and
(ix) Capacity building for 27 DACs on a regional basis and National staff.

3.5 Alternative care- UNICEF Shs600,000,000
(i) Facilitating operation of monthly meeting of Alternative Care Panels;
(ii) Printing Children Act 2013;
(iii) Printing and disseminating Approved Home Rules 2013;
(iv) Training of the Child Care Institution on the Disaster Risk
Management;
(v) Assessment of approved children homes;

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(vi) Regional sensitization meeting on alternative care framework and
Children Approved Home Rules 2013;
(vii) Conducting quarterly coordination meeting;
(viii) Support to the closure of homes that don’t meet operational minimum
standards;
(ix) Carrying out support supervision to District Probation and Welfare
Officers.
3.6 Nutrition & Integrated Early Childhood Development
(i) All Parish Development Committees (PDCs) and Functional Adult
Literacy Instructors (FAL) in the 21 UNICEF Supported Districts trained
in Nutrition & Integrated Early Childhood Development;
(ii) Technical Backstopping services on Nutrition & Integrated Early
Childhood Development provided to 21 UNICEF Supported Districts;
(iii) Nutrition mentoring and supervision tool and data base developed;
(iv) A total of 170 District Community Development Officers and Principal
Community development Officers oriented on Community Based
Nutrition Programme;
3.7 Orphans and other Vulnerable Children (OVC)
(i) Coordinate and participate in development, printing and dissemination
of the National Child Policy and its action plan;
(ii) Evaluation of the second National Strategic Programme Plan of
Interventions (NSPPI2) for Orphans and other Vulnerable Children
(OVC);
(iii) Development of the third National Strategic Programme Plan of
Interventions (NSPPI3) for Orphans and other Vulnerable Children
(OVC);
(iv) Support activities for strengthening OVCMIS (regional data review
meetings, support supervision, reports writing);
(v) Convene coordination meetings (National OVC Steering Committees,
TWGs, Multi-Sectorial Task Force meetings for ending child marriages
and teenage pregnancies);
(vi) General support to partners including training, desk coaching and
training; and
(vii) Finalization and dissemination of Violence Against Children study
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Annex 2

Cash flow
Projections FY2017/18
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Performance Form A1.3: Draft Quarterly Workplan for 2017/18
A1.3a: Annual Cashflow Plan by Quarter
Wage Recurrent

Q1 Cash Requirement Q2 Cash Requirement Q3 Cash Requirement Q4 Cash Requirement

Category Annual Total % Budget Total % Budget Total % Budget Total % Budget
budget
Other 1,863 466 25.0% 466 25.0% 466 25.0% 466 25.0%
PAF 1,743 436 25.0% 436 25.0% 436 25.0% 436 25.0%
Total 3,606 902 25.0% 902 25.0% 902 25.0% 902 25.0%

Non Wage Recurrent
Q1 Cash Requirement Q2 Cash Requirement Q3 Cash Requirement Q4 Cash Requirement

Category Annual Total % Budget Total % Budget Total % Budget Total % Budget
budget
Other 7,443 1,903 25.6% 1,846 24.8% 1,846 24.8% 1,846 24.8%
PAF 27,854 6,982 25.1% 6,423 23.1% 6,534 23.5% 6,714 24.1%
Total 35,296 8,885 25.2% 8,269 23.4% 8,380 23.7% 8,561 24.3%

GoU Development
Q1 Cash Requirement Q2 Cash Requirement Q3 Cash Requirement Q4 Cash Requirement

Category Annual Total % Budget Total % Budget Total % Budget Total % Budget
budget
Other 6,017 2,402 39.9% 1,108 18.4% 2,002 33.3% 1,068 17.7%
PAF 99,188 24,655 24.9% 25,758 26.0% 24,246 24.4% 23,825 24.0%
Total 105,205 27,057 25.7% 26,865 25.5% 26,248 24.9% 24,892 23.7%

AIA
Q1 Cash Requirement Q2 Cash Requirement Q3 Cash Requirement Q4 Cash Requirement

Category Annual Total % Budget Total % Budget Total % Budget Total % Budget
budget
Other 0 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0%
PAF 0 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0%
Total 0 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0%

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Organogram
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Annex 3: Organogram for MoGLSD

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Annex 4: Costed Staff List for Staff in Post
for MoGLSD

Annex 4

Costed Staff List for staff in Post
for

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Program 01: Community Mobilisation, Culture and Empowerment

Sub Program : Community Development and Literacy

CostCentre : Commumity Development and Literacy

District :Kampala

File Number Staff Name National ID Salary Monthly Salary Annual Salary as Salary Scale as per Monthly Salary as Annual Salary as Annual Salary
Scale as as per per Payslip Appointing per Appointing per Appointing Variance
per payslip payslip Authority Authority
P/A/99 Akello Harriet CF74057100MFEA 1,291,880 15,502,560 U2L 1,235,852 14,830,224 -672,336

P/E/21 Ejoru Alphonse CM64054104E38L 1,291,880 15,502,560 U2L 1,690,780 20,289,360 4,786,800

P/I/24 Mizret Itago Ingaiza CF730421000NZH 479,759 5,757,108 U4L 623,063 7,476,756 1,719,648

P/K/210 Kyalingabira Imelda Engabi CF72009105ALNE 1,291,880 15,502,560 U2L 1,212,620 14,551,440 -951,120

P/N/177 Naluwende Lydia CF81067101A71E 990,589 11,887,068 U3 LOWER 990,589 11,887,068 0

P/N/185 Nagawa Rebeccah CF84052102V5XA 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 215,822 2,589,864 71,556

P/O/155 Okongo Osinde Jimmy Owor CM60039101XNJJ 1,690,780 20,289,360 U1E 1,690,780 20,289,360 0

P/O/204 Okweda Benedict CM62033101GPRH 1,291,880 15,502,560 U2L 1,291,880 15,502,560 0

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P/T/54 Tumwesigye Everest CM66009105062L 1,859,451 22,313,412 U1SE 1,859,451 22,313,412 0

P/W/55 Wetaya Paul CM7102610718MG 990,589 11,887,068 U3 LOWER 923,054 11,076,648 -810,420

Sub Program : Culture and Family Affairs

CostCentre : Culture and Family Affairs

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File Number Staff Name National ID Salary Monthly Salary Annual Salary as Salary Scale as per Monthly Salary as Annual Salary as Annual Salary
Scale as as per per Payslip Appointing per Appointing per Appointing Variance
per payslip payslip Authority Authority
P/A/60 Ajom Cecilia CF64043101QYDC 1,291,880 15,502,560 U2L 1,212,620 14,551,440 -951,120

P/B/137 Byaruhanga Innocent CM800461034TLH 1,859,451 22,313,412 U1E 1,690,780 20,289,360 -2,024,052

P/K/247 Kazibwe Sandra CF72032103DLJF 326,765 3,921,180 U7U 333,444 4,001,328 80,148

P/K/258 Kyalimpa Evarist Witumine CM680461047QWA 902,612 10,831,344 U3 L 902,612 10,831,344 0

P/M/218 Mubiru Sarah CF680081032X6B 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 209,859 2,518,308 0

P/N/187 Nyende Adam CM91008103TJVL 623,063 7,476,756 U4 L 623,063 7,476,756 0

P/N/47 Kuruhiira Naumo CF66063102A8YJ 1,859,451 22,313,412 U1SE 1,859,451 22,313,412 0

P/O/225 Otto Lucy CF73019100ZFVA 933,461 11,201,532 U3 LOWER 1,212,620 14,551,440 3,349,908

P/T/60 Tumwebaze Eunice CF740371019TWH 1,859,451 22,313,412 U1E 1,690,780 20,289,360 -2,024,052

P/T/61 Muguta Ruth Tusaasirwe CF64027101EGAD 902,612 10,831,344 U3 LOWER 1,212,620 14,551,440 3,720,096

P/T/63 Tollea Franco CM20021067W5K 1,291,880 15,502,560 U2L 1,212,620 14,551,440 -951,120

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Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program:Community Mobilisation, Culture and Empowerment 281,388,384.000 286,732,320.000 5,343,936.000

Program 02: Gender, Equality and Women's Empowerment

Sub Program : Gender and Women Affairs

CostCentre : Gender and Women Afairs

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File Number Staff Name National ID Salary Monthly Salary Annual Salary as Salary Scale as per Monthly Salary as Annual Salary as Annual Salary
Scale as as per per Payslip Appointing per Appointing per Appointing Variance
per payslip payslip Authority Authority
P/A/145 Ajiambo Christine CF780421019L9C 479,759 5,757,108 U4L 798,535 9,582,420 3,825,312

P/E/27 Ekapu Nakyanzi CF610471082P4E 1,291,880 15,502,560 U2L 1,291,880 15,502,560 0

P/K/163 Kigonya Katte Idah CF58052102XKPA 1,291,880 15,502,560 U2L 1,291,880 15,502,560 0

P/K/223 Kabarungi Annet CF72034104FXLJ 990,589 11,887,068 U3 LOWER 990,589 11,887,068 0

P/M/132 Mabweijano Magdalene CF6300916HFV8E 1,690,780 20,289,360 U1E 1,690,780 20,289,360 0

P/M/168 Magara Kagoro Cornellius CM5708410222NH 1,291,880 15,502,560 U2L 1,291,880 15,502,560 0

P/M/91 Muwanga Susan Nassuna CF63099101XDGD 1,291,880 15,502,560 U2L 1,212,620 14,551,440 -951,120

P/N/162 Namuddu Hadija CF8105210HAVEF 912,771 10,953,252 U3 LOWER 902,612 10,831,344 -121,908

P/N/193 Namuwanga Aidah CF69052100ZE3A 455,804 5,469,648 U5L 455,804 5,469,648 0

Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program:Gender, Equality and Women's Empowerment 116,366,676.000 119,118,960.000 2,752,284.000

Program 03: Promotion of descent Employment

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Sub Program : Labour and Industrial Relations

CostCentre : Labour and Industrial relation

District :Kampala

File Number Staff Name National ID Salary Monthly Salary Annual Salary as Salary Scale as per Monthly Salary as Annual Salary as Annual Salary
Scale as as per per Payslip Appointing per Appointing per Appointing Variance
per payslip payslip Authority Authority
P/D/11 Salome Driwaru CF75002103FVOG 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 215,822 2,589,864 71,556

P/M/217 Mupapa Moses CM74064100PX6D 1,205,348 14,464,176 U3 LOWER 902,612 10,831,344 -3,632,832

P/N/154 Nabiwande Nuluyati CF69098104G8UA 1,291,880 15,502,560 U2L 1,235,852 14,830,224 -672,336

P/N/169 Nabwire Rebecca CF650671016EXK 1,282,315 15,387,780 U2L 1,212,620 14,551,440 -836,340

P/O/217 Patrick Okello CM71038104K67L 1,690,780 20,289,360 U1E 1,690,780 20,289,360 0

P/O/227 Onzoma Apollo CM7000210C50AE 1,282,315 15,387,780 U2L 1,212,620 14,551,440 -836,340

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Sub Program : Occupational Safety and Health

CostCentre : Occupational Safety and Health (OSH)

District :Kampala

File Number Staff Name National ID Salary Monthly Salary Annual Salary as Salary Scale as per Monthly Salary as Annual Salary as Annual Salary
Scale as as per per Payslip Appointing per Appointing per Appointing Variance
per payslip payslip Authority Authority
P/A/109 Asiimwe Alex CM78027102KGGL 2,965,923 35,591,076 U1E (SC) 2,304,587 27,655,044 -7,936,032

P/A/166 Agaba Marianna Nyangire CF86027108N77F 1,373,299 16,479,588 U4 (SC) 2,179,066 26,148,792 9,669,204

P/A/69 Angiris Samuel Waimo CM69039109EPUK 940,366 11,284,392 U4 (SC) 1,624,934 19,499,208 8,214,816

P/B/132 Byaruhanga Micheal CM900041066YRE 940,366 11,284,392 U4 (SC) 1,624,934 19,499,208 8,214,816

P/B/133 Buyondo Moses Kibwami CM85099101Q2NH 940,366 11,284,392 U4 (SC) 1,089,533 13,074,396 1,790,004

P/E/28 Emong Okwakol Stephen CM65079101VU9J 1,992,990 23,915,880 U3 SC 1,286,135 15,433,620 -8,482,260

P/E/32 Eliatu Tom CF70108100Q27H 792,885 9,514,620 U5 SC 792,885 9,514,620 0

P/I/26 Iriama Brenda Atio CF920561014JFG 1,373,299 16,479,588 U4 (SC) 2,179,066 26,148,792 9,669,204

P/I/27 Isiko Patrick Simon CM89075102FCQL 940,366 11,284,392 U4 (SC) 2,179,066 26,148,792 14,864,400

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P/K/161 Katusabe Eva Byaruhanga CF77006100RHFE 2,216,279 26,595,348 U2 SC 1,728,187 20,738,244 -5,857,104

P/K/177 Katula Yusuf CM6405210FOEML 2,216,279 26,595,348 U2 SC 1,823,634 21,883,608 -4,711,740

P/K/224 Khayongo Barbara Clara CF81013107KT5D 1,813,128 21,757,536 U3 SC 1,286,135 15,433,620 -6,323,916

P/K/277 Kagimu Brian Vincent CM91052103ZFJD 940,366 11,284,392 U4 (SC) 2,179,066 26,148,792 14,864,400

P/L/27 Luyiga Susan Victoria CF59023107YQGD 436,677 5,240,124 U5 SC 792,885 9,514,620 4,274,496

P/M/139 Mugisa David CM6302506VQDZE 2,370,402 28,444,824 U1 SC 2,370,402 28,444,824 0

P/M/154 Mubokyi Scarlet (Dr.) CF7102610120JK 1,371,304 16,455,648 U3 SC 1,286,135 15,433,620 -1,022,028

P/M/244 Mutambuze Innocent Louis CM86012102MORJ 1,371,304 16,455,648 U3 SC 1,204,288 14,451,456 -2,004,192

P/M/245 Musitwa Paul CM80049104NHLL 1,373,299 16,479,588 U4 (SC) 2,179,066 26,148,792 9,669,204

P/N/129 Nassolo Jude CF78030101AA9K 940,366 11,284,392 U4 (SC) 1,177,688 14,132,256 2,847,864

P/N/196 Nakayenga Joyce CF910321075N4A 940,366 11,284,392 U4 (SC) 1,089,533 13,074,396 1,790,004

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P/N/197 Nakigozi Sharifah CF85030104U15D 940,366 11,284,392 U4 (SC) 2,179,066 26,148,792 14,864,400

P/N/79 Nsubuga Mangasi (Dr.) CM700231097UOJ 1,761,318 21,135,816 U2 SC 1,761,318 21,135,816 0

P/N/87 Nkonge Douglas CM640521078XOD 2,216,279 26,595,348 U2 SC 1,781,818 21,381,816 -5,213,532

P/O/150 Oyara Franco Azzi CM68038100PQOG 1,992,990 23,915,880 U3 SC 1,217,543 14,610,516 -9,305,364

P/O/228 Odong Francis Gimoro CM64005100UXZA 2,965,923 35,591,076 U1E (SC) 2,250,162 27,001,944 -8,589,132

P/R/21 Rukundo Annah CF7201810243NA 479,759 5,757,108 U4L 623,063 7,476,756 1,719,648

P/T/35 Tumwesigye Joy CF6606510228JD 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 232,657 2,791,884 273,576

P/T/55 Tibalira Jonathan CM85013105DWTJ 940,366 11,284,392 U4 (SC) 1,175,632 14,107,584 2,823,192

P/Y/1 Yiga Joseph Flavian CM680241032Z7H 1,992,990 23,915,880 U3 SC 1,286,135 15,433,620 -8,482,260

Sub Program : Employment Services

CostCentre : Employment Services

District :Kampala

File Number Staff Name National ID Salary Monthly Salary Annual Salary as Salary Scale as per Monthly Salary as Annual Salary as Annual Salary
Scale as as per per Payslip Appointing per Appointing per Appointing Variance
per payslip payslip Authority Authority
P/A/134 Atuko Grace Lander CF78021104JWZH 1,259,083 15,108,996 U2L 1,201,688 14,420,256 -688,740

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P/M/228 Musinguzi Karlmarx CM740271025Q7E 943,991 11,327,892 U3 LOWER 912,771 10,953,252 -374,640

P/N/186 Naikazi Diana CF90008102D8AK 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 215,822 2,589,864 71,556

P/S/42 Segawa Daniel CM630521008F6A 215,822 2,589,864 U8U 237,069 2,844,828 254,964

P/T/34 Turyasiima Milton CM660551011VAD 1,690,780 20,289,360 U1E 1,645,733 19,748,796 -540,564

P/T/51 Tumushabe Winnie Constance CF710371019Z3K 326,765 3,921,180 U7U 377,781 4,533,372 612,192

Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program:Promotion of descent Employment 640,299,324.000 671,349,468.000 31,050,144.000

Program 04: Social Protection for Vulnerable Groups

Sub Program : Disability and Elderly

CostCentre : Disability and Elder (Department)

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District :Kampala

File Number Staff Name National ID Salary Monthly Salary Annual Salary as Salary Scale as per Monthly Salary as Annual Salary as Annual Salary
Scale as as per per Payslip Appointing per Appointing per Appointing Variance
per payslip payslip Authority Authority
P/A/140 Ajiambo Emily CF830951018CGA 923,054 11,076,648 U3 LOWER 943,991 11,327,892 251,244

P/K/166 Nabulime Kaggya Beatrice CF58052102WK7C 1,669,621 20,035,452 UIE 1,669,621 20,035,452 0

P/M/146 Masiga kisombo CM650891014P8G 1,291,880 15,502,560 U2L 1,291,880 15,502,560 0

P/M/221 Menya Patrick CM690071071HLJ 623,063 7,476,756 U4L 601,341 7,216,092 -260,664

P/N/179 Nampeera Agnes CF74024103M7UC 902,612 10,831,344 U3 LOWER 923,054 11,076,648 245,304

P/N/189 Nakubulwa Hawa CF5805210FAKGL 479,759 5,757,108 U4L 623,063 7,476,756 1,719,648

P/R/7 Rwanjeru Pelly CF690371014NBC 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 237,069 2,844,828 326,520

P/T/53 Tumwekwase Monic CF850371012PVD 455,804 5,469,648 U5L 455,804 5,469,648 0

P/M/207 Masendi Chrispina CF84033101HEWK 487,124 5,845,488 U5U 511,479 6,137,748 292,260

P/N/165 Nakakande Shamim CF785062101387K 326,765 3,921,180 U7U 340,282 4,083,384 162,204

P/S/68 Seguya Mulindwa Moses CM750121030LNE 237,069 2,844,828 U5U 487,124 5,845,488 3,000,660

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P/K/254 Kiwumulo Lydia CF84052104FLKC 672,792 8,073,504 U4L 700,306 8,403,672 330,168

P/K/255 Kityo Richard CM8005210FJPVF 672,792 8,073,504 U4L 700,306 8,403,672 330,168

P/N/170 Nabasa Patrick PM70999100PJ8A 487,124 5,845,488 U5U 487,124 5,845,488 0

P/0/215 Oroma Ray CM801111020HTH 546,392 6,556,704 U5U 537,405 6,448,860 -107,844

P/B/100 Rose Babirye CF70008105GGIC 213,832 2,565,984 U8L 289,361 3,472,332 906,348

P/G/19 Gonza Irene CF730081018QVA 268,143 3,217,716 U8L 268,143 3,217,716 0

P/I/023 Irumba Paul CM81006101ZXQJ 472,079 5,664,948 U5U 487,124 5,845,488 180,540

P/M/223 Mulindwa innocent CM86032101EZED 503,172 6,038,064 U5U 487,124 5,845,488 -192,576

P/W/31 Wegulo Kusain CM62041100FDMH 672,792 8,073,504 U4L 700,306 8,403,672 330,168

P/A/144 Arinaitwe Gordon CM73334100V79C 487,124 5,845,488 U5U 495,032 5,940,384 94,896

CostCentre : Disability and Elder (Institutions: Kireka Reh)

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CostCentre : Youth and Children Affairs (Department)

District :Kampala

File Number Staff Name National ID Salary Monthly Salary Annual Salary as Salary Scale as per Monthly Salary as Annual Salary as Annual Salary
Scale as as per per Payslip Appointing per Appointing per Appointing Variance
per payslip payslip Authority Authority
P/A/52 Ayikoru Beatrice CF69077104JTYL 1,291,880 15,502,560 U2L 1,212,620 14,551,440 -951,120

P/F/3 Friday Madinah CF78006103ZQNA 990,589 11,887,068 U3 LOWER 912,771 10,953,252 -933,816

P/M/165 Mwolobi Martha CF74026106ZFEC 479,759 5,757,108 U4L 780,193 9,362,316 3,605,208

P/O/161 Okwairwoth Pudongoson CM73027101FUGH 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 232,657 2,791,884 273,576

P/O/216 Ogwang Jane Stella CF71019101G55G 1,201,688 14,420,256 U2L 1,201,688 14,420,256 0

P/O/218 Fred Onduri Machulu CM570391099UXF 1,859,451 22,313,412 U1SE 1,859,451 22,313,412 0

P/P/2 Pimer Sylvia CF89033102PKJL 672,792 8,073,504 U4L 601,341 7,216,092 -857,412

P/R/17 Rubarema Angella CF74037104ZKIL 672,792 8,073,504 U4L 700,306 8,403,672 330,168

P/K/208 Kanuel Bacwa Theopista CF750101099J6H 700,306 8,403,672 U4L 601,341 7,216,092 -1,187,580

P/A/75 Amorokose John Bosco CM65043101RGUE 537,405 6,448,860 U5U 598,822 7,185,864 737,004

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P/A/76 Alule Michael CM62002104N8KD 1,282,315 15,387,780 U2L 1,981,178 23,774,136 8,386,356

P/B/122 Bagada Faith Victor CF84025104G8PF 333,444 4,001,328 U7U 289,361 3,472,332 -528,996

P/B/123 Byenkya Christine CF72026100X51K 379,659 4,555,908 U6U 436,677 5,240,124 684,216

P/G/15 Gyagenda Mackay CM640301013DCE 503,172 6,038,064 U5U 237,069 2,844,828 -3,193,236

P/K/218 Kirya Stephen CM64041102FVZE 546,392 6,556,704 U5U 598,822 7,185,864 629,160

P/K/251 Kinalwa John CM620521029NVE 386,618 4,639,416 U6U 213,832 2,565,984 -2,073,432

P/K/268 Kawuki Joseph CM6003010130QA 386,618 4,639,416 U6L 424,523 5,094,276 454,860

P/L/30 Luwum Geofrey CM69030101327D 379,659 4,555,908 U6U 436,677 5,240,124 684,216

P/N/128 Nabasagyi Annet CF68030101355E 386,618 4,639,416 U6U 194,767 2,337,204 -2,302,212

P/N/160 Nsangi Irene CF790301060NAA 700,306 8,403,672 U4L 723,868 8,686,416 282,744

P/O/158 Odeke Samson CM650351011F5D 215,822 2,589,864 U8U 237,069 2,844,828 254,964

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P/T/49 Twahirwa Margret CF680371012T2D 326,765 3,921,180 U7U 237,069 2,844,828 -1,076,352

P/T/58 Namanya Patience Tusiime CM8105510176RA 990,589 11,887,068 U3 LOWER 933,461 11,201,532 -685,536

P/W/53 Wenene Esther CF86035100ZDJC 379,659 4,555,908 U6U 436,677 5,240,124 684,216

P/A/151 Angwena Hellen CF90041101HHFD 187,660 2,251,920 U8L 187,660 2,251,920 0

P/K/171 Kajumba Christine Margaret CF5804810163GE 943,991 11,327,892 U3 LOWER 902,612 10,831,344 -496,548

P/M/186 Mbabazi Daphrose B CF59101100UJLH 672,792 8,073,504 U4L 237,069 2,844,828 -5,228,676

P/M/200 Muteteri Jesca CF72023102K5ZA 213,832 2,565,984 U8L 232,657 2,791,884 225,900

P/N/145 Namwanja Godfrey CM600321039FXA 213,832 2,565,984 U8L 228,316 2,739,792 173,808

P/A/154 Amule Morris CM6200210AP69C 333,444 4,001,328 U7U 377,781 4,533,372 532,044

P/D/12 Dusabe Charles CM82018101PRQL 215,822 2,589,864 U8U 219,909 2,638,908 49,044

P/E/29 Etit Rose CF710221053RDF 393,716 4,724,592 U6U 424,253 5,091,036 366,444

P/K/235 Kyomugisha Mary CF7200910393YG 379,659 4,555,908 U6U 424,253 5,091,036 535,128

CostCentre : Youth and Children Institutions: Fortportal

District :Kampala

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File Number Staff Name National ID Salary Monthly Salary Annual Salary as Salary Scale as per Monthly Salary as Annual Salary as Annual Salary
Scale as as per per Payslip Appointing per Appointing per Appointing Variance
per payslip payslip Authority Authority
P/A/52 Ayikoru Beatrice CF69077104JTYL 1,291,880 15,502,560 U2L 1,212,620 14,551,440 -951,120

P/F/3 Friday Madinah CF78006103ZQNA 990,589 11,887,068 U3 LOWER 912,771 10,953,252 -933,816

P/M/165 Mwolobi Martha CF74026106ZFEC 479,759 5,757,108 U4L 780,193 9,362,316 3,605,208

P/O/161 Okwairwoth Pudongoson CM73027101FUGH 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 232,657 2,791,884 273,576

P/O/216 Ogwang Jane Stella CF71019101G55G 1,201,688 14,420,256 U2L 1,201,688 14,420,256 0

P/O/218 Fred Onduri Machulu CM570391099UXF 1,859,451 22,313,412 U1SE 1,859,451 22,313,412 0

P/P/2 Pimer Sylvia CF89033102PKJL 672,792 8,073,504 U4L 601,341 7,216,092 -857,412

P/R/17 Rubarema Angella CF74037104ZKIL 672,792 8,073,504 U4L 700,306 8,403,672 330,168

P/K/208 Kanuel Bacwa Theopista CF750101099J6H 700,306 8,403,672 U4L 601,341 7,216,092 -1,187,580

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P/A/154 Amule Morris CM6200210AP69C 333,444 4,001,328 U7U 377,781 4,533,372 532,044

P/D/12 Dusabe Charles CM82018101PRQL 215,822 2,589,864 U8U 219,909 2,638,908 49,044

P/E/29 Etit Rose CF710221053RDF 393,716 4,724,592 U6U 424,253 5,091,036 366,444

P/K/235 Kyomugisha Mary CF7200910393YG 379,659 4,555,908 U6U 424,253 5,091,036 535,128

Sub Program : Equity and Rights

CostCentre : Equity and Rights

District :Kampala

File Number Staff Name National ID Salary Monthly Salary Annual Salary as Salary Scale as per Monthly Salary as Annual Salary as Annual Salary
Scale as as per per Payslip Appointing per Appointing per Appointing Variance
per payslip payslip Authority Authority
P/A/141 Asibazuyo Harriet CF860771032PHL 990,589 11,887,068 U3 LOWER 902,612 10,831,344 -1,055,724

P/K/196 Katusiime Grace CF59010108E1EK 1,291,880 15,502,560 U2L 1,291,880 15,502,560 0

P/K/226 Kabageni Venny CF720181013VLF 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 237,069 2,844,828 326,520

P/M/155 Mujuni Benard CM83027101FUGH 2,143,458 25,721,496 U1SE 1,859,451 22,313,412 -3,408,084

P/M/156 Magall Moritz CM66021101UG8L 990,589 11,887,068 U3 LOWER 990,589 11,887,068 0

P/M/216 Maloba Franklin Wanyama CM760421010QGG 933,461 11,201,532 U3 LOWER 933,461 11,201,532 0

P/N/109 Nasunna Matilda CF600521OECMZK 326,765 3,921,180 U7U 377,781 4,533,372 612,192

Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program:Social Protection for Vulnerable Groups 466,300,296.000 469,758,384.000 3,458,088.000

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Program 49: General Administration, Policy and Planning

Sub Program : Headquarters, Planning and Policy

CostCentre : Finance & Administration

District :Kampala

File Number Staff Name National ID Salary Monthly Salary Annual Salary as Salary Scale as per Monthly Salary as Annual Salary as Annual Salary
Scale as as per per Payslip Appointing per Appointing per Appointing Variance
per payslip payslip Authority Authority
P/A/142 Jacenta Asio CF8404310285JL 479,759 5,757,108 U5L 472,079 5,664,948 -92,160

P/A/155 Abigaba Robert Busingye CM77010103VCCA 215,822 2,589,864 U8U 215,822 2,589,864 0

P/A/157 Atukunda Lilian Zine CF690271016TJL 479,759 5,757,108 U4L 623,063 7,476,756 1,719,648

P/A/161 Adoko Peter Obicci CM711111016C2L 990,589 11,887,068 U3 LOWER 943,991 11,327,892 -559,176

P/A/162 Ahimbisibwe Thereza CF77106104UDNG 902,612 10,831,344 U4L 623,063 7,476,756 -3,354,588

P/A/163 Asasira Barbara nancy CF84106102588H 990,589 11,887,068 U3 LOWER 933,461 11,201,532 -685,536

P/A/167 Alinga Josephine Stella CF791081028JCD 902,612 10,831,344 U4L 623,063 7,476,756 -3,354,588

P/A/169 Aacha Mary Orikiriza CF73108103M6GF 1,259,083 15,108,996 U2L 1,291,880 15,502,560 393,564

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P/A/79 Asidoru Dorris CF68002101314E 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 228,316 2,739,792 221,484

P/B/126 Pius Bigirimana CM58018108HYNE 3,768,835 45,226,020 U1S 3,768,835 45,226,020 0

P/B/129 Basirika Lerati CF69007103DKMF 479,759 5,757,108 U4L 623,063 7,476,756 1,719,648

P/B/136 Byaruhanga Nazarus CM77037108JWDJ 990,589 11,887,068 U3 LOWER 943,991 11,327,892 -559,176

P/C/5 Candiru Joyce Basaru CF7200210ARMUA 479,759 5,757,108 U5L 479,759 5,757,108 0

P/D/13 Kirundha Dhakaba CM73049100V0JF 706,785 8,481,420 U4U 706,785 8,481,420 0

P/H/1 Hasahya Musa CM86060104693G 215,822 2,589,864 U8U 215,822 2,589,864 0

P/K/181 Kyalimpa Jacinta CF63006100EUJH 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 237,069 2,844,828 326,520

P/K/225 Kabaseke Stephen CM57010103ZJHD 213,832 2,565,984 U8L 213,832 2,565,984 0

P/K/265 Kajoba Sulaiman CM74052109Q9YD 215,822 2,589,864 U8U 209,859 2,518,308 -71,556

P/K/267 Kigenyi Benon CM74008106KIML 1,859,451 22,313,412 U1SE 1,859,451 22,313,412 0

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P/K/271 Katembeko Agnes CF81027109TXCG 1,004,232 12,050,784 U3U 1,018,077 12,216,924 166,140

P/K/273 Kiwanuka Christine CF69023107WLPG 990,589 11,887,068 U3 LOWER 990,589 11,887,068 0

P/K/274 Kyomugisha Harriet CF75009103644K 1,690,780 20,289,360 U1 E 1,624,934 19,499,208 -790,152

P/K/276 Kalemba Nsubuga Ibrahim CM73012101DPXK 808,135 9,697,620 U4U 834,959 10,019,508 321,888

P/L/24 Lule Kiwesi Joseph CM64100104HU9D 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 232,657 2,791,884 273,576

P/L/31 Betty Ligyalingi CF72041105VMHE 990,589 11,887,068 U3 LOWER 990,589 11,887,068 0

P/M/212 Mulisa Diana CF69018103449K 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 237,069 2,844,828 326,520

P/M/229 Mubiru Fred CM6400210DQUPG 423,558 5,082,696 U6U 436,677 5,240,124 157,428

P/M/230 Muhirwe Wilson CM6603410A9V8H 706,785 8,481,420 U4U 808,135 9,697,620 1,216,200

P/M/231 Musasizi Peter CM67032104E8MJ 215,822 2,589,864 U8U 215,822 2,589,864 0

P/M/239 Musasizi Joseph CM87023101U8XL 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 215,822 2,589,864 71,556

P/M/240 Musa Ofsa CF89023103PEHG 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 187,660 2,251,920 -266,388

P/M/241 Miiro Dinah CF8005210EMVAF 990,589 11,887,068 U3 LOWER 923,054 11,076,648 -810,420

P/M/243 Mugisa Rajab CM750031011MXL 215,822 2,589,864 U8U 237,069 2,844,828 254,964

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P/N/174 Nyachwo Patricia CF700391088G5H 1,669,621 20,035,452 U1 1,690,780 20,289,360 253,908

P/N/182 Namakula Ssemwogerere Harriet CF6005210ANXRK 479,759 5,757,108 U4L 798,535 9,582,420 3,825,312

P/N/84 Namagga Ferrister CF6505210404QNJ 326,765 3,921,180 U7U 377,781 4,533,372 612,192

P/N/92 Nakayiwa Jane CF66052107K88D 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 215,822 2,589,864 71,556

P/N/93 Namujuzi Maria CF65100102JJOH 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 209,859 2,518,308 0

P/O/156 Otim Oebe CM67035101H5PB 215,822 2,589,864 U8U 237,069 2,844,828 254,964

P/O/157 Oneka Santos CM58033102QF2L 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 237,069 2,844,828 326,520

P/O/159 Otto Charles CM70085101FR3E 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 232,657 2,791,884 273,576

P/O/162 Olupot Lawrence CM63035101H2FE 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 228,316 2,739,792 221,484

P/O/200 Ongier-giu Kennedy CM5033108KFK 213,832 2,565,984 U8L 213,832 2,565,984 0

P/O/221 Osele Michael CM790431020HKL 990,589 11,887,068 U3 LOWER 933,461 11,201,532 -685,536

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P/S/69 Sseguya William George CM66023101F16L 215,822 2,589,864 U8U 237,069 2,844,828 254,964

P/T/62 Tumwine.N. Apopia CF78041102RMFK 902,612 10,831,344 U3 LOWER 902,612 10,831,344 0

P/T/64 Turyahebwa Edward CM71037107MUPL 1,478,401 17,740,812 U2U 1,478,401 17,740,812 0

P/E/43 Etoma Charles CM69077101DAUF 1,390,380 16,684,560 U3 SC 1,390,380 16,684,560 0

P/N/75 Nyakato Irene CF81006106QX8K 209,859 2,518,308 U8L 237,069 2,844,828 326,520

P/O/220 Oluk Emokori Ramathan CM73021101G1ZC 215,822 2,589,864 U8U 237,069 2,844,828 254,964

P/S/70 Senyonga Kabala Paul CM650911049AML 1,131,209 13,574,508 U3U 1,131,209 13,574,508 0

P/A/135 Aacha Hellen CF62038100UHAK 320,153 3,841,836 U7U 377,781 4,533,372 691,536

P/K/176 Okure Peter CM590431018FLL 320,153 3,841,836 U7U 377,781 4,533,372 691,536

P/K/269 Kabajungu Betty CF580101099TKE 598,822 7,185,864 U5L 598,822 7,185,864 0

P/M/234 Mangeni Daniel CM80042104MCEE 706,785 8,481,420 U4U 846,042 10,152,504 1,671,084

P/M/238 Mugisha Francis CM65027106PVQG 1,070,502 12,846,024 U3 U 1,070,502 12,846,024 0

P/N/176 Nakitto Susan Christine CF8405210CGR2A 990,589 11,887,068 U3U 990,589 11,887,068 0

P/N/69 Nampogo Leo Nampomwo CM680641019R9E 1,728,187 20,738,244 U2U 1,527,241 18,326,892 -2,411,352

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P/B/127 Bbosa Musisi Herman CM59052104LFGK 377,781 4,533,372 U7U 377,781 4,533,372 0

P/N/180 Nakibuule Florence CF780231088V3A 377,781 4,533,372 U7U 333,444 4,001,328 -532,044

P/N/191 Nyasana Joyce Mary CF90039100TMNJ 1,009,094 12,109,128 U5L 321,527 3,858,324 -8,250,804

P/O/223 Ojamuge Hellen CF57010103ZJHD 1,009,094 12,109,128 U5L 479,759 5,757,108 -6,352,020

P/O/226 Otmong J. Micheal CM62097100MPHC 268,143 3,217,716 U8L 744,866 8,938,392 5,720,676

CostCentre : Finance & Administration (Planning)

District :Kampala

File Number Staff Name National ID Salary Monthly Salary Annual Salary as Salary Scale as per Monthly Salary as Annual Salary as Annual Salary
Scale as as per per Payslip Appointing per Appointing per Appointing Variance
per payslip payslip Authority Authority
P/A/142 Jacenta Asio CF8404310285JL 479,759 5,757,108 U5L 472,079 5,664,948 -92,160

P/A/155 Abigaba Robert Busingye CM77010103VCCA 215,822 2,589,864 U8U 215,822 2,589,864 0

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P/B/127 Bbosa Musisi Herman CM59052104LFGK 377,781 4,533,372 U7U 377,781 4,533,372 0

P/N/180 Nakibuule Florence CF780231088V3A 377,781 4,533,372 U7U 333,444 4,001,328 -532,044

P/N/191 Nyasana Joyce Mary CF90039100TMNJ 1,009,094 12,109,128 U5L 321,527 3,858,324 -8,250,804

P/O/223 Ojamuge Hellen CF57010103ZJHD 1,009,094 12,109,128 U5L 479,759 5,757,108 -6,352,020

P/O/226 Otmong J. Micheal CM62097100MPHC 268,143 3,217,716 U8L 744,866 8,938,392 5,720,676

Sub Program : Office of the D/G&CD; D/SP and D/L

CostCentre : Directors: ( Social Protection)

District :Kampala

File Number Staff Name National ID Salary Monthly Salary Annual Salary as Salary Scale as per Monthly Salary as Annual Salary as Annual Salary
Scale as as per per Payslip Appointing per Appointing per Appointing Variance
per payslip payslip Authority Authority
P/E/44 Ebitu James CM69038101LRDL 1,891,846 22,702,152 U1SE 2,081,031 24,972,372 2,270,220

P/M/131 Jane Sanyu Mpagi CF581011003QHJ 1,891,846 22,702,152 U1SE 2,081,031 24,972,372 2,270,220

P/N/188 Nafula Mariam CF83042104FP0J 766,589 9,199,068 U4L 601,341 7,216,092 -1,982,976

P/W/56 Wandera Martin CM69095100J70A 1,891,846 22,702,152 U1 SE 2,369,300 28,431,600 5,729,448

CostCentre : Directors: (Gender & Community Development)

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District :Kampala

File Number Staff Name National ID Salary Monthly Salary Annual Salary as Salary Scale as per Monthly Salary as Annual Salary as Annual Salary
Scale as as per per Payslip Appointing per Appointing per Appointing Variance
per payslip payslip Authority Authority
P/E/44 Ebitu James CM69038101LRDL 1,891,846 22,702,152 U1SE 2,081,031 24,972,372 2,270,220

P/M/131 Jane Sanyu Mpagi CF581011003QHJ 1,891,846 22,702,152 U1SE 2,081,031 24,972,372 2,270,220

P/N/188 Nafula Mariam CF83042104FP0J 766,589 9,199,068 U4L 601,341 7,216,092 -1,982,976

P/W/56 Wandera Martin CM69095100J70A 1,891,846 22,702,152 U1 SE 2,369,300 28,431,600 5,729,448

CostCentre : Directors: (Labour Employment & OSH)

District :Kampala

File Number Staff Name National ID Salary Monthly Salary Annual Salary as Salary Scale as per Monthly Salary as Annual Salary as Annual Salary
Scale as as per per Payslip Appointing per Appointing per Appointing Variance
per payslip payslip Authority Authority
P/E/44 Ebitu James CM69038101LRDL 1,891,846 22,702,152 U1SE 2,081,031 24,972,372 2,270,220

P/M/131 Jane Sanyu Mpagi CF581011003QHJ 1,891,846 22,702,152 U1SE 2,081,031 24,972,372 2,270,220

P/N/188 Nafula Mariam CF83042104FP0J 766,589 9,199,068 U4L 601,341 7,216,092 -1,982,976

P/W/56 Wandera Martin CM69095100J70A 1,891,846 22,702,152 U1 SE 2,369,300 28,431,600 5,729,448

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Sub Program : Internal Audit

CostCentre : Intrenal Audit

District :Kampala

File Number Staff Name National ID Salary Monthly Salary Annual Salary as Salary Scale as per Monthly Salary as Annual Salary as Annual Salary
Scale as as per per Payslip Appointing per Appointing per Appointing Variance
per payslip payslip Authority Authority
P/A/160 Atieno Betty CF68039101DN3A 738,902 8,866,824 U4U 934,922 11,219,064 2,352,240

Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Program:General Administration, Policy and Planning 610,745,220.000 615,228,804.000 4,483,584.000

Total Annual Salary (Ushs) for Vote:Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development 2,115,099,900.000 2,162,187,936.000 47,088,036.000

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Annex 5: Recruitment Plan for MoGLSD

Annex 5

Recruitment Plan
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Staff Recruitment Plan FY 2017/18

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Social Development
Post Title Salalry No. Of No Of Filled Vacant No. of Posts Gross Salary Total Salary Total Annual
Scale Approved Posts Posts Cleared for Rate (UGX) per Month Salary
Posts Filling (UGX) (UGX)
FY 2016/17
Askari U8L 7 0 7 7 0 1,496,824 17,961,888
Askari U8L 14 0 14 14 0 2,993,648 35,923,776
Assisstant Instructor U6U 5 0 5 5 0 1,933,090 23,197,080
Assistant Commissioner Equity and U1E 1 0 1 1 0 1,991,556 23,898,672
Rights
Assistant Instructor U6L 5 0 5 5 0 1,933,090 23,197,080
Commissioner Youth and Children U1SE 1 0 1 1 0 1,859,451 22,313,412
Affairs
Commissioner/Gender & Women U1SE 1 0 1 1 0 1,859,451 22,313,412
Affairs
Instructor (metal fab) U5U 1 0 1 1 0 237,069 2,844,828
Instructor Handcraft U7L 1 0 1 1 0 289,361 3,472,332
Instructor leather works U5U 1 0 1 1 0 487,124 5,845,488
Kitchen Attendant U8L 5 0 5 5 0 1,069,160 12,829,920
Kitchen Attendant U8L 9 0 9 9 0 1,924,488 23,093,856

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Principal Community Development U2L 1 0 1 1 0 1,291,880 15,502,560
Officer
Principal Gerontologist U2L 1 0 1 1 0 1,201,688 14,420,256
Principal Labour Officer (R & S) U2L 1 0 1 1 0 1,259,083 15,108,996
Records Assistant U7U 1 0 1 1 0 377,781 4,533,372
Social Development Officer/Equity U4L 1 0 1 1 0 672,792 8,073,504
Women in Development Officer U4L 1 0 1 1 0 672,792 8,073,504
Workshop Attendant U8L 2 0 2 2 0 536,286 6,435,432
Workshop Attendant U8L 3 0 3 3 0 804,429 9,653,148
Total 62 0 62 62 0 24,891,043 298,692,516

Name and Signature of Human Resource Officer Name and Signature of Accounting Officer Official Stamp and Date
Annex 6: Wage Overview for MoGLSD

Annex 6

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Summary of Wage Estimates
2016/17 Draft 2016/17
2017/18 Draft
Draft
Thousand Uganda Shillings
Estimates by Estimates by
Individuals Appointing Authority
Permanent 211101 2,221,900
3,437,288 2,346,859
3,606,430
Staff

211102 0
Contract 4,566,4500 4,620,000
Staff

Statutory 211104 0 0

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Missions 21105 0 0

Total Budget 2,221,900
8,003,738 2,346,859
8,226,430
Annex 7

Procurement Plan
for

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Details of Inputs and Procurement process Planned Inputs and Estimated Cost by Quarter UShs Thousand

Sector: Social Development
Program :10 01 Community Mobilisation, Culture and Empowerment
Recurrent SubProgrammes:
Recurrent Programmes:
SubProgramme: 13 Community Development and Literacy
Class of Output: Outputs Provided
Output: 01-Policies, Sector plans Guidelines and Standards on Community Mobilisation and Empowerment
Item: 221002-Workshops and Seminars
Input to be procured: food,tea,water and snacks

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 414.0 22,356

Unit cost : 54 w/o Non Wage 414.0 22,356
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 414.0 22,356
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 414.0 22,356
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Venue hire
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 1,200

Unit cost : 300 w/o Non Wage 4.0 1,200
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 4.0 1,200
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 4.0 1,200
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: venue hire consultative workshop

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1.0 300

Unit cost : 300 w/o Non Wage 1.0 300
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 300

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Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 300
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: food,tea,water and snacks consultative workshop

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 114.0 6,156

Unit cost : 54 w/o Non Wage 114.0 6,156
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 114.0 6,156
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 114.0 6,156
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Printing services

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 3000.0 30,000

Unit cost : 10 w/o Non Wage 3000.0 30,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 3000.0 30,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 3000.0 30,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: stationery stakeholder workshop

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1.0 608

Unit cost : 608 w/o Non Wage 1.0 608
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 608
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 608

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Details of Inputs and Procurement process Planned Inputs and Estimated Cost by Quarter UShs Thousand

Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Stationery dissemination workshop
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1.0 4,414

Unit cost : 4,414 w/o Non Wage 1.0 4,414
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 4,414
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 4,414
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Output: 02-Advocacy and Networking
Item: 221005-Hire of Venue (chairs, projector, etc)
Input to be procured: Hire of tents

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 15.0 2,250

Unit cost : 150 w/o Non Wage 15.0 2,250
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 15.0 2,250
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 15.0 2,250
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Hire of chairs

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1000.0 500

Unit cost : 1 w/o Non Wage 1000.0 500
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1000.0 500
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1000.0 500

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Details of Inputs and Procurement process Planned Inputs and Estimated Cost by Quarter UShs Thousand

Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Hire of Public address system

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1.0 300

Unit cost : 300 w/o Non Wage 1.0 300
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 300
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 300
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Item: 221009-Welfare and Entertainment
Input to be procured: Brass band

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1.0 300

Unit cost : 300 w/o Non Wage 1.0 300
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 300
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 300
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Output: 04- Training, Skills Development and Training Materials
Item: 221002-Workshops and Seminars
Input to be procured: food,tea,water and snacks
FAL review
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 114.0 6,156

Unit cost : 54 w/o Non Wage 114.0 6,156
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 0.0 0

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Details of Inputs and Procurement process Planned Inputs and Estimated Cost by Quarter UShs Thousand

Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 11/2/2017 Quarter 2 114.0 6,156
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 114.0 6,156
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: food,tea,water and snacks for ICOLEW

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 273.0 14,742

Unit cost : 54 w/o Non Wage 273.0 14,742
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 2/8/2018 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 273.0 14,742
w/o Non Wage 273.0 14,742
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: venue hire
FAL review
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 2.0 600

Unit cost : 300 w/o Non Wage 2.0 600
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 2.0 600
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 2.0 600
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: venue hire
ICOLEW
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 7.0 2,100

Unit cost : 300 w/o Non Wage 7.0 2,100
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 1/14/2018 Quarter 2 0.0 0

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Details of Inputs and Procurement process Planned Inputs and Estimated Cost by Quarter UShs Thousand

Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 7.0 2,100
w/o Non Wage 7.0 2,100
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Printing, photocopying and binding
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1.0 660

Unit cost : 660 w/o Non Wage 1.0 660
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 10/7/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 660
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 660
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Output: 05-Monitoring, Technical Support Supervision and Backstopping
Item: 228002-Maintenance - Vehicles
Input to be procured: vehicle maintanance monitoring districts

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 3,360

Unit cost : 840 w/o Non Wage 4.0 3,360
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 840
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 840
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 840
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 840
Quarter 3 1.0 840
w/o Non Wage 1.0 840
Quarter 4 1.0 840
w/o Non Wage 1.0 840

Input to be procured: vehicle maintanance monitoring ICOLEW

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 1,440

Unit cost : 360 w/o Non Wage 4.0 1,440
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 360
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 360

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Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 360
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 360
Quarter 3 1.0 360
w/o Non Wage 1.0 360
Quarter 4 1.0 360
w/o Non Wage 1.0 360

Recurrent Programmes:
SubProgramme: 14 Culture and Family Affairs
Class of Output: Outputs Provided
Output: 01-Policies, Sector plans Guidelines and Standards on Community Mobilisation and Empowerment
Item: 221001-Advertising and Public Relations
Input to be procured: TV and radio talk shows

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 3.0 9,000

Unit cost : 3,000 w/o Non Wage 3.0 9,000
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 3.0 9,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o Non Wage 3.0 9,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/4/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Item: 221002-Workshops and Seminars
Input to be procured: Workshops and Seminars
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: numbers Annual Total 1.0 43,150

Unit cost : 43,150 w/o Non Wage 1.0 43,150
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/31/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 43,150
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 43,150
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

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Output: 04- Training, Skills Development and Training Materials
Item: 221001-Advertising and Public Relations
Input to be procured: radio talk shows

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 2.0 6,000

Unit cost : 3,000 w/o Non Wage 2.0 6,000
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 1/8/2018 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 2.0 6,000
w/o Non Wage 2.0 6,000
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Item: 221002-Workshops and Seminars
Input to be procured: Cocktail, snacks and drinks

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 200.0 10,000

Unit cost : 50 w/o Non Wage 200.0 10,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 2/7/2018 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 200.0 10,000
w/o Non Wage 200.0 10,000
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Output: 05-Monitoring, Technical Support Supervision and Backstopping
Item: 221002-Workshops and Seminars
Input to be procured: venue hire

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 6.0 6,000

Unit cost : 1,000 w/o Non Wage 6.0 6,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 11/1/2017 Quarter 2 6.0 6,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 6.0 6,000

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Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: food

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 399.0 19,950

Unit cost : 50 w/o Non Wage 399.0 19,950
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 11/1/2017 Quarter 2 399.0 19,950
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 399.0 19,950
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Item: 228002-Maintenance - Vehicles
Input to be procured: Vehicle maintanance
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 12,000

Unit cost : 3,000 w/o Non Wage 4.0 12,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 1.0 3,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 1.0 3,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 3,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 3,000
Quarter 3 1.0 3,000
w/o Non Wage 1.0 3,000
Quarter 4 1.0 3,000
w/o Non Wage 1.0 3,000

Development Projects:
No Data Found

Program :10 02 Gender, Equality and Women's Empowerment
Recurrent SubProgrammes:
Recurrent Programmes:
SubProgramme: 11 Gender and Women Affairs

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Class of Output: Outputs Provided
Output: 01-Policies, Guidelines and Standards for mainstreaming Gender & Other Social Dev't Concerns
Item: 221002-Workshops and Seminars
Input to be procured: Venue hire
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 8.0 8,000

Unit cost : 1,000 w/o Non Wage 8.0 8,000
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 2.0 2,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o Non Wage 2.0 2,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/12/2017 Quarter 2 2.0 2,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 2.0 2,000
Quarter 3 2.0 2,000
w/o Non Wage 2.0 2,000
Quarter 4 2.0 2,000
w/o Non Wage 2.0 2,000

Input to be procured: Meals
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 200.0 15,000

Unit cost : 75 w/o Non Wage 200.0 15,000
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 50.0 3,750
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o Non Wage 50.0 3,750
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/12/2017 Quarter 2 50.0 3,750
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 50.0 3,750
Quarter 3 50.0 3,750
w/o Non Wage 50.0 3,750
Quarter 4 50.0 3,750
w/o Non Wage 50.0 3,750

Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Printing services for Uganda Gender Policy
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1000.0 21,050

Unit cost : 21 w/o Non Wage 1000.0 21,050
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 21
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 1.0 21
Procurement Process Start Date: 9/8/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 999.0 21,029

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w/o Non Wage 999.0 21,029

Output: 02-Advocacy and Networking
Item: 221001-Advertising and Public Relations
Input to be procured: Newspaper advert
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Space Annual Total 3.0 27,209

Unit cost : 9,070 w/o Non Wage 3.0 27,209
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 2/14/2018 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 3.0 27,209
w/o Non Wage 3.0 27,209
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Banners
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 12.0 1,767

Unit cost : 147 w/o Non Wage 12.0 1,767
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 2/19/2018 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 12.0 1,767
w/o Non Wage 12.0 1,767
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Statement on eve
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 3.0 4,500

Unit cost : 1,500 w/o Non Wage 3.0 4,500
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 3/19/2018 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 3.0 4,500
w/o Non Wage 3.0 4,500
Quarter 4 0.0 0
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Input to be procured: Printing invitation cards
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 5000.0 30,500

Unit cost : 6 w/o Non Wage 5000.0 30,500
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 3/16/2018 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 5000.0 30,500
w/o Non Wage 5000.0 30,500
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Programme bookliets
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4500.0 15,750

Unit cost : 4 w/o Non Wage 4500.0 15,750
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 3/16/2018 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 4500.0 15,750
w/o Non Wage 4500.0 15,750
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Reams of paper
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Reams Annual Total 30.0 600

Unit cost : 20 w/o Non Wage 30.0 600
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 1/13/2018 Quarter 2 10.0 200
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 10.0 200
Quarter 3 20.0 400
w/o Non Wage 20.0 400
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Tonner 53A
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

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Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 1,400

Unit cost : 350 w/o Non Wage 4.0 1,400
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 1/8/2018 Quarter 2 1.0 350
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 350
Quarter 3 3.0 1,050
w/o Non Wage 3.0 1,050
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Tonner 05A
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1.0 297

Unit cost : 297 w/o Non Wage 1.0 297
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 1/15/2018 Quarter 2 1.0 297
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 297
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Flyers for community dialogues
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 2500.0 2,500

Unit cost : 1 w/o Non Wage 2500.0 2,500
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 1/15/2018 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 2500.0 2,500
w/o Non Wage 2500.0 2,500
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Output: 04-Capacity building for Gender and Rights Equality and Equity
Item: 228002-Maintenance - Vehicles
Input to be procured: Vehicle maintanace
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 6,000

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Unit cost : 1,500 w/o Non Wage 4.0 6,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 1.0 1,500
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,500
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 1,500
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,500
Quarter 3 1.0 1,500
w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,500
Quarter 4 1.0 1,500
w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,500

Development Projects:
Development Projects:
SubProgramme: 1367 Uganda Women Entrepreneurs Fund (UWEP)
Class of Output: Capital Purchases
Output: 76-Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software
Item: 312213-ICT Equipment
Input to be procured: Desktop Computers
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 160.0 560,000

Unit cost : 3,500 w/o GoU Development 160.0 560,000
Procurement Method: Open Bidding Quarter 1 160.0 560,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 12.86 w/o GoU Development 160.0 560,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 10/2/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Laptops
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 15.0 60,000

Unit cost : 4,000 w/o GoU Development 15.0 60,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 15.0 60,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o GoU Development 15.0 60,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/3/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0

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Class of Output: Outputs Provided
Output: 01-Policies, Guidelines and Standards for mainstreaming Gender & Other Social Dev't Concerns
Item: 221001-Advertising and Public Relations
Input to be procured: Advertising and public relations
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 46,474

Unit cost : 11,618 w/o GoU Development 4.0 46,474
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 1.0 11,618
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o GoU Development 1.0 11,618
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/3/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 11,618
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 1.0 11,618
Quarter 3 1.0 11,618
w/o GoU Development 1.0 11,618
Quarter 4 1.0 11,618
w/o GoU Development 1.0 11,618

Item: 221007-Books, Periodicals & Newspapers
Input to be procured: Periodicals
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 7,117

Unit cost : 1,779 w/o GoU Development 4.0 7,117
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 1,779
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o GoU Development 1.0 1,779
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/2/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 1,779
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 1.0 1,779
Quarter 3 1.0 1,779
w/o GoU Development 1.0 1,779
Quarter 4 1.0 1,779
w/o GoU Development 1.0 1,779

Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Printing
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: number Annual Total 4.0 40,397

Unit cost : 10 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 4.0 40,397
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 10,099
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 10,099
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/9/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 10,099
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 10,099

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w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 10,099
Quarter 4 1.0 10,099
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 10,099
Item: 228002-Maintenance - Vehicles
Input to be procured: vehicle servicing
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: number Annual Total 4.0 100,000

Unit cost : 25,000 w/o GoU Development 4.0 100,000
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 25,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o GoU Development 1.0 25,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/10/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 25,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 1.0 25,000
Quarter 3 1.0 25,000
w/o GoU Development 1.0 25,000
Quarter 4 1.0 25,000
w/o GoU Development 1.0 25,000

Output: 02-Advocacy and Networking
Item: 221001-Advertising and Public Relations
Input to be procured: Identification & Awarding of best performing groups
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1.0 30,000

Unit cost : 30,000 w/o GoU Development 1.0 30,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/1/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 3 1.0 30,000
w/o GoU Development 1.0 30,000
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0

Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Printing Policy Briefs on women Entrepreneurship development
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 2.0 10,000

Unit cost : 5,000 w/o GoU Development 2.0 10,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o GoU Development 0.0 0

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Procurement Process Start Date: 10/6/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 5,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 1.0 5,000
Quarter 3 1.0 5,000
w/o GoU Development 1.0 5,000
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0

Output: 04-Capacity building for Gender and Rights Equality and Equity
Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Skills Handbooks
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Numbers Annual Total 1.0 38,000

Unit cost : 38,000 w/o GoU Development 1.0 38,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 1/31/2018 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 3 1.0 38,000
w/o GoU Development 1.0 38,000
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Local Products Market Survey
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Numbers Annual Total 1.0 10,000

Unit cost : 10,000 w/o GoU Development 1.0 10,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 11/1/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 10,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 1.0 10,000
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0

Program :10 03 Promotion of descent Employment
Recurrent SubProgrammes:
Recurrent Programmes:
SubProgramme: 06 Labour and Industrial Relations

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Class of Output: Outputs Provided
Output: 02-Inspection of Workplaces and Investigation on violation of labour standards
Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Tonners

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 60.0 15,000

Unit cost : 250 w/o Non Wage 60.0 15,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 15.0 3,750
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 15.0 3,750
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 15.0 3,750
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 15.0 3,750
Quarter 3 15.0 3,750
w/o Non Wage 15.0 3,750
Quarter 4 15.0 3,750
w/o Non Wage 15.0 3,750

Input to be procured: Stationery

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 480.0 9,600

Unit cost : 20 w/o Non Wage 480.0 9,600
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 120.0 2,400
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 120.0 2,400
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 120.0 2,400
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 120.0 2,400
Quarter 3 120.0 2,400
w/o Non Wage 120.0 2,400
Quarter 4 120.0 2,400
w/o Non Wage 120.0 2,400

Item: 228002-Maintenance - Vehicles
Input to be procured: Maintenance vehicle

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 12.0 5,760

Unit cost : 480 w/o Non Wage 12.0 5,760
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 3.0 1,440
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 3.0 1,440
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 3.0 1,440
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 3.0 1,440
Quarter 3 3.0 1,440

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Quarter 4 3.0 1,440
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Recurrent Programmes:
SubProgramme: 07 Occupational Safety and Health
Class of Output: Outputs Provided
Output: 01-Policies, Laws , Regulations and Guidelines on Employment and Labour Productivity
Item: 221002-Workshops and Seminars
Input to be procured: Venue hire
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 4,000

Unit cost : 1,000 w/o Non Wage 4.0 4,000
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 1,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/16/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 1,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,000
Quarter 3 1.0 1,000
w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,000
Quarter 4 1.0 1,000
w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,000

Input to be procured: Meals
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 400.0 16,000

Unit cost : 40 w/o Non Wage 400.0 16,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 100.0 4,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 100.0 4,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/11/2017 Quarter 2 100.0 4,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 100.0 4,000
Quarter 3 100.0 4,000
w/o Non Wage 100.0 4,000
Quarter 4 100.0 4,000
w/o Non Wage 100.0 4,000

Input to be procured: Teas ksand snac
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 800.0 8,000

Unit cost : 10 w/o Non Wage 800.0 8,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 200.0 2,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 200.0 2,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/11/2017 Quarter 2 200.0 2,000

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Quarter 3 200.0 2,000
w/o Non Wage 200.0 2,000
Quarter 4 200.0 2,000
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Output: 02-Inspection of Workplaces and Investigation on violation of labour standards
Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Reams of paper
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Ream Annual Total 80.0 1,200

Unit cost : 15 w/o Non Wage 80.0 1,200
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 20.0 300
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 20.0 300
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/17/2017 Quarter 2 20.0 300
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 20.0 300
Quarter 3 20.0 300
w/o Non Wage 20.0 300
Quarter 4 20.0 300
w/o Non Wage 20.0 300

Input to be procured: Tonner catridges
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 16.0 4,800

Unit cost : 300 w/o Non Wage 16.0 4,800
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 4.0 1,200
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 4.0 1,200
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/17/2017 Quarter 2 4.0 1,200
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 4.0 1,200
Quarter 3 4.0 1,200
w/o Non Wage 4.0 1,200
Quarter 4 4.0 1,200
w/o Non Wage 4.0 1,200

Input to be procured: Photocopying tonner
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 3,000

Unit cost : 750 w/o Non Wage 4.0 3,000
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 750
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 750
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/16/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 750
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 750
Quarter 3 1.0 750

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Quarter 4 1.0 750
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Item: 228002-Maintenance - Vehicles
Input to be procured: vehicle maintananc
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 8.0 10,000

Unit cost : 1,250 w/o Non Wage 8.0 10,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 2.0 2,500
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 2.0 2,500
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/9/2017 Quarter 2 2.0 2,500
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 2.0 2,500
Quarter 3 2.0 2,500
w/o Non Wage 2.0 2,500
Quarter 4 2.0 2,500
w/o Non Wage 2.0 2,500

Output: 06-Training and Skills Development
Item: 221002-Workshops and Seminars
Input to be procured: Venue hire
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 4,000

Unit cost : 1,000 w/o Non Wage 4.0 4,000
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 1,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 9/17/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 1,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,000
Quarter 3 1.0 1,000
w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,000
Quarter 4 1.0 1,000
w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,000

Input to be procured: Meals
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number of plates Annual Total 100.0 4,000

Unit cost : 40 w/o Non Wage 100.0 4,000
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 25.0 1,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 25.0 1,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 9/17/2017 Quarter 2 25.0 1,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 25.0 1,000
Quarter 3 25.0 1,000

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Quarter 4 25.0 1,000
w/o Non Wage 25.0 1,000

Input to be procured: Teas and snacks
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number of cups Annual Total 200.0 2,000

Unit cost : 10 w/o Non Wage 200.0 2,000
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 50.0 500
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 50.0 500
Procurement Process Start Date: 9/17/2017 Quarter 2 50.0 500
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 50.0 500
Quarter 3 50.0 500
w/o Non Wage 50.0 500
Quarter 4 50.0 500
w/o Non Wage 50.0 500

Output: 07-Advocacy and Networking
Item: 221001-Advertising and Public Relations
Input to be procured: Banners
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Numbers Annual Total 4.0 640

Unit cost : 160 w/o Non Wage 4.0 640
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 3/27/2018 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 4.0 640
w/o Non Wage 4.0 640

Item: 221005-Hire of Venue (chairs, projector, etc)
Input to be procured: Hire of venue
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1.0 1,000

Unit cost : 1,000 w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,000
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 3/27/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0

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w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 1.0 1,000
w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,000

Item: 221009-Welfare and Entertainment
Input to be procured: Cultural groups
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 3.0 750

Unit cost : 250 w/o Non Wage 3.0 750
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 3/12/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 3.0 750
w/o Non Wage 3.0 750

Input to be procured: Refreshments
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Drinks Annual Total 1.0 1,500

Unit cost : 1,500 w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,500
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 3/13/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 1.0 1,500
w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,500

Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Invitation cards
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1000.0 2,000

Unit cost : 2 w/o Non Wage 1000.0 2,000
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 3/21/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 1000.0 2,000

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w/o Non Wage 1000.0 2,000

Recurrent Programmes:
SubProgramme: 08 Industrial Court
Class of Output: Outputs Provided
Output: 05-Arbitration of Labour Disputes (Industrial Court)
Item: 221002-Workshops and Seminars
Input to be procured: Workshop
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1.0 56,697

Unit cost : 56,697 w/o Non Wage 1.0 56,697
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 11/2/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 56,697
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 56,697
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Item: 221007-Books, Periodicals & Newspapers
Input to be procured: Newspapers
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 6,593

Unit cost : 1,648 w/o Non Wage 4.0 6,593
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 1,648
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,648
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/4/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 1,648
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,648
Quarter 3 1.0 1,648
w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,648
Quarter 4 1.0 1,648
w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,648

Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Printing, stationery
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 3,082

Unit cost : 771 w/o Non Wage 4.0 3,082
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 771
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 771

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Procurement Process Start Date: 7/9/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 771
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 771
Quarter 3 1.0 771
w/o Non Wage 1.0 771
Quarter 4 1.0 771
w/o Non Wage 1.0 771

Item: 222002-Postage and Courier
Input to be procured: Postage and courier
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Quarterly Annual Total 4.0 3,600

Unit cost : 900 w/o Non Wage 4.0 3,600
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 900
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 900
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/9/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 900
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 900
Quarter 3 1.0 900
w/o Non Wage 1.0 900
Quarter 4 1.0 900
w/o Non Wage 1.0 900

Item: 227004-Fuel, Lubricants and Oils
Input to be procured: Fuel
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Quarterly Annual Total 4.0 105,223

Unit cost : 26,306 w/o Non Wage 4.0 105,223
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 26,306
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o Non Wage 1.0 26,306
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/4/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 26,306
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 26,306
Quarter 3 1.0 26,306
w/o Non Wage 1.0 26,306
Quarter 4 1.0 26,306
w/o Non Wage 1.0 26,306

Item: 228002-Maintenance - Vehicles
Input to be procured: Maintenance vehicles
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 18,000

Unit cost : 4,500 w/o Non Wage 4.0 18,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 1.0 4,500
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 1.0 4,500

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Procurement Process Start Date: 8/3/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 4,500
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 4,500
Quarter 3 1.0 4,500
w/o Non Wage 1.0 4,500
Quarter 4 1.0 4,500
w/o Non Wage 1.0 4,500

Recurrent Programmes:
SubProgramme: 15 Employment Services
Class of Output: Outputs Provided
Output: 01-Policies, Laws , Regulations and Guidelines on Employment and Labour Productivity
Item: 221002-Workshops and Seminars
Input to be procured: Consultation workshops
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 40,240

Unit cost : 10,060 w/o Non Wage 4.0 40,240
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 1.0 10,060
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 1.0 10,060
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/3/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 10,060
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 10,060
Quarter 3 1.0 10,060
w/o Non Wage 1.0 10,060
Quarter 4 1.0 10,060
w/o Non Wage 1.0 10,060

Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Revised Employment Policy printed
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 350.0 7,000

Unit cost : 20 w/o Non Wage 350.0 7,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 350.0 7,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 350.0 7,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/3/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Employment Regulations 2011
printed
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

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Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 350.0 10,675

Unit cost : 31 w/o Non Wage 350.0 10,675
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 11/1/2017 Quarter 2 350.0 10,675
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 350.0 10,675
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Recruitment of migrant workers abroad regulations
printed
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 300.0 12,750

Unit cost : 43 w/o Non Wage 300.0 12,750
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 300.0 12,750
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 300.0 12,750
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Recruitment of migrant workers abroad guidelines
printed
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 210.0 6,195

Unit cost : 30 w/o Non Wage 210.0 6,195
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 210.0 6,195
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 210.0 6,195
Procurement Process Start Date: 11/1/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Informal sector strategy developed

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 100.0 1,300

Unit cost : 13 w/o Non Wage 100.0 1,300

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Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 1/6/2018 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 100.0 1,300
w/o Non Wage 100.0 1,300
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Output: 02-Inspection of Workplaces and Investigation on violation of labour standards
Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Stationery,printing, and Photocopying

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 1,000

Unit cost : 250 w/o Non Wage 4.0 1,000
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 250
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 250
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 250
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 250
Quarter 3 1.0 250
w/o Non Wage 1.0 250
Quarter 4 1.0 250
w/o Non Wage 1.0 250

Output: 06-Training and Skills Development
Item: 221002-Workshops and Seminars
Input to be procured: Hall hire

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 6.0 6,000

Unit cost : 1,000 w/o Non Wage 6.0 6,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 2.0 2,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 2.0 2,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 2.0 2,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 2.0 2,000
Quarter 3 1.0 1,000
w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,000
Quarter 4 1.0 1,000
w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,000

Input to be procured: Break tea and eats

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

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Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 160.0 1,600

Unit cost : 10 w/o Non Wage 160.0 1,600
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 40.0 400
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 40.0 400
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 40.0 400
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 40.0 400
Quarter 3 40.0 400
w/o Non Wage 40.0 400
Quarter 4 40.0 400
w/o Non Wage 40.0 400

Input to be procured: Lunch

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 160.0 6,400

Unit cost : 40 w/o Non Wage 160.0 6,400
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 40.0 1,600
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 40.0 1,600
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 40.0 1,600
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 40.0 1,600
Quarter 3 40.0 1,600
w/o Non Wage 40.0 1,600
Quarter 4 40.0 1,600
w/o Non Wage 40.0 1,600

Input to be procured: Water

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 160.0 480

Unit cost : 3 w/o Non Wage 160.0 480
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 40.0 120
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 40.0 120
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 40.0 120
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 40.0 120
Quarter 3 40.0 120
w/o Non Wage 40.0 120
Quarter 4 40.0 120
w/o Non Wage 40.0 120

Output: 07-Advocacy and Networking
Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Printing, stationery

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

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Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1.0 1

Unit cost : 1 w/o Non Wage 1.0 1
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 1
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 1
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Development Projects:
Development Projects:
SubProgramme: 1379 Promotion of Green Jobs and Fair Labour Market in Uganda (PROGREL)
Class of Output: Capital Purchases
Output: 75-Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment
Item: 312201-Transport Equipment
Input to be procured: Purchase of a station wagon
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1.0 200,000

Unit cost : 200,000 w/o Donor Development 1.0 200,000
Procurement Method: Restricted Bidding Quarter 1 1.0 200,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 12.86 w/o Donor Development 1.0 200,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 10/1/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0

Output: 77-Purchase of Specialised Machinery & Equipment
Item: 312202-Machinery and Equipment
Input to be procured: Specialized machinery and equipment for Jua Kali
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 2.0 524,000

Unit cost : 262 w/o Donor Development 2.0 524,000
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Procurement Method: Open Bidding Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 12.86 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 12/5/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 262,000

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Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 1.0 262,000
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 3 1.0 262,000
w/o Donor Development 1.0 262,000
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Output: 79-Acquisition of Other Capital Assets
Item: 281502-Feasibility Studies for Capital Works
Input to be procured: Feasibility study on common user facility
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1.0 700,000

Unit cost : 700,000 w/o Donor Development 1.0 700,000
Procurement Method: Open Bidding Quarter 1 1.0 700,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 12.86 w/o Donor Development 1.0 700,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 9/5/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0

Item: 312104-Other Structures
Input to be procured: Common user facility constructed
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1.0 1,000,000

Unit cost : 1,000,000 w/o Donor Development 1.0 1,000,000
Procurement Method: Open Bidding Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 12.86 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 10/9/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 1,000,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 1.0 1,000,000
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0

Class of Output: Outputs Provided
Output: 01-Policies, Laws , Regulations and Guidelines on Employment and Labour Productivity
Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Printing National Apprenticeship Framework
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

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Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 20000.0 300,000

Unit cost : 15 w/o Donor Development 20000.0 300,000
Procurement Method: Open Bidding Quarter 1 20000.0 300,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 12.86 w/o Donor Development 20000.0 300,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 10/1/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Printing, stationery
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 24,000

Unit cost : 6,000 w/o GoU Development 4.0 24,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 6,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o GoU Development 1.0 6,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/1/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 6,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 1.0 6,000
Quarter 3 1.0 6,000
w/o GoU Development 1.0 6,000
Quarter 4 1.0 6,000
w/o GoU Development 1.0 6,000

Item: 225001-Consultancy Services- Short term
Input to be procured: Consultancy services for Development of manuals and guidelines (Hotel and Hospitality and Oil and Gas)
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1.0 300,000

Unit cost : 300,000 w/o Donor Development 1.0 300,000
Procurement Method: Open Bidding Quarter 1 1.0 300,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 12.86 w/o Donor Development 1.0 300,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 9/30/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0

Item: 228002-Maintenance - Vehicles
Input to be procured: Vehicle maintanance
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Numbers Annual Total 4.0 14,000

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Unit cost : 4 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 4.0 14,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 1.0 3,500
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 3,500
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/3/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 3,500
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 3,500
Quarter 3 1.0 3,500
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 3,500
Quarter 4 1.0 3,500
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 3,500
Output: 07-Advocacy and Networking
Item: 221001-Advertising and Public Relations
Input to be procured: Media campaign
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 100,000

Unit cost : 25,000 w/o Donor Development 4.0 100,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 1.0 25,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Donor Development 1.0 25,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 25,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 1.0 25,000
Quarter 3 1.0 25,000
w/o Donor Development 1.0 25,000
Quarter 4 1.0 25,000
w/o Donor Development 1.0 25,000

Development Projects:
SubProgramme: 1488 Chemical Safety &Security (CHESASE) Project
Class of Output: Capital Purchases
Output: 75-Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment
Item: 312201-Transport Equipment
Input to be procured: Transport Equipment
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Numbers Annual Total 2.0 400,000

Unit cost : 200,000 w/o GoU Development 2.0 400,000
Procurement Method: Open Bidding Quarter 1 2.0 400,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 12.86 w/o GoU Development 2.0 400,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 9/29/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0

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Quarter 4 0.0 0
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Output: 76-Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software
Item: 312213-ICT Equipment
Input to be procured: ICT Equipment
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: quarterly Annual Total 2.0 80,000

Unit cost : 40,000 w/o GoU Development 2.0 80,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/31/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 40,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 1.0 40,000
Quarter 3 1.0 40,000
w/o GoU Development 1.0 40,000
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0

Output: 77-Purchase of Specialised Machinery & Equipment
Item: 312202-Machinery and Equipment
Input to be procured: Machinery and Equipment
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Quarterly Annual Total 2.0 410,000

Unit cost : 205,000 w/o GoU Development 2.0 410,000
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/1/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 205,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 1.0 205,000
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 4 1.0 205,000
w/o GoU Development 1.0 205,000

Class of Output: Outputs Provided
Output: 01-Policies, Laws , Regulations and Guidelines on Employment and Labour Productivity
Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Quarterly Annual Total 4.0 20,000

Unit cost : 5,000 w/o GoU Development 4.0 20,000

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Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 1.0 5,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o GoU Development 1.0 5,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/31/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 5,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 1.0 5,000
Quarter 3 1.0 5,000
w/o GoU Development 1.0 5,000
Quarter 4 1.0 5,000
w/o GoU Development 1.0 5,000

Item: 225001-Consultancy Services- Short term
Input to be procured: Consultancy Services- Short term
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Numbers Annual Total 2.0 80,000

Unit cost : 40,000 w/o GoU Development 2.0 80,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 1.0 40,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o GoU Development 1.0 40,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/31/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 3 1.0 40,000
w/o GoU Development 1.0 40,000
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0

Output: 07-Advocacy and Networking
Item: 221002-Workshops and Seminars
Input to be procured: Workshops and Seminars
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: 2 Annual Total 2.0 70,000

Unit cost : 35,000 w/o GoU Development 2.0 70,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 10/31/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 35,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 1.0 35,000
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 4 1.0 35,000
w/o GoU Development 1.0 35,000

Program :10 04 Social Protection for Vulnerable Groups
Recurrent SubProgrammes:
Recurrent Programmes:
SubProgramme: 03 Disability and Elderly

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Class of Output: Outputs Provided
Output: 01-Policies, Guidelines, Laws, Regulations and Standards on Vulnerable Groups
Item: 221002-Workshops and Seminars
Input to be procured: Venue hire
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 3.0 900

Unit cost : 300 w/o Non Wage 3.0 900
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 300
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 300
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/17/2017 Quarter 2 2.0 600
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 2.0 600
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Stationery
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 2.0 735

Unit cost : 368 w/o Non Wage 2.0 735
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 368
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 368
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/16/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 368
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 368
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Food
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 90.0 2,700

Unit cost : 30 w/o Non Wage 90.0 2,700
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 30.0 900
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 30.0 900
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/22/2017 Quarter 2 60.0 1,800
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 60.0 1,800
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

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Input to be procured: Teas
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 90.0 900

Unit cost : 10 w/o Non Wage 90.0 900
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 30.0 300
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 30.0 300
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/17/2017 Quarter 2 60.0 600
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 60.0 600
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Output: 02-Advocacy and Networking
Item: 221001-Advertising and Public Relations
Input to be procured: Banners
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 640

Unit cost : 160 w/o Non Wage 4.0 640
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 2.0 320
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 2.0 320
Procurement Process Start Date: 9/12/2017 Quarter 2 2.0 320
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 2.0 320
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Chairs
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 2000.0 1,000

Unit cost : 1 w/o Non Wage 2000.0 1,000
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1000.0 500
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1000.0 500
Procurement Process Start Date: 9/12/2017 Quarter 2 1000.0 500
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1000.0 500
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

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Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Invitation cards
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 700.0 1,050

Unit cost : 2 w/o Non Wage 700.0 1,050
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 11/14/2017 Quarter 2 700.0 1,050
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 700.0 1,050
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Stationery
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: number Annual Total 1.0 970

Unit cost : 970 w/o Non Wage 1.0 970
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 11/14/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 1.0 970
w/o Non Wage 1.0 970

Output: 03-Monitoring and Evaluation of Programmes for Vulnerable Groups
Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Stationery

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 1,847

Unit cost : 462 w/o Non Wage 4.0 1,847
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 462
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 462
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 462
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 462
Quarter 3 1.0 462
w/o Non Wage 1.0 462
Quarter 4 1.0 462
w/o Non Wage 1.0 462

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Recurrent Programmes:
SubProgramme: 05 Youth and Children Affairs
Class of Output: Outputs Provided
Output: 02-Advocacy and Networking
Item: 221001-Advertising and Public Relations
Input to be procured: Banners

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 16.0 2,356

Unit cost : 147 w/o Non Wage 16.0 2,356
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 16.0 2,356
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 16.0 2,356
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/25/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Programme booklets

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 3500.0 23,450

Unit cost : 7 w/o Non Wage 3500.0 23,450
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 3500.0 23,450
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 3500.0 23,450
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/13/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Toner 53A

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 6.0 2,100

Unit cost : 350 w/o Non Wage 6.0 2,100
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 6.0 2,100
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 6.0 2,100
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/19/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0

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Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Toner 05A

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 2.0 593

Unit cost : 297 w/o Non Wage 2.0 593
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 2.0 593
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 2.0 593
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/19/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Output: 03-Monitoring and Evaluation of Programmes for Vulnerable Groups
Item: 228002-Maintenance - Vehicles
Input to be procured: maintenance of vehicles
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: numbers Annual Total 2.0 27,465

Unit cost : 13,732 w/o Non Wage 2.0 27,465
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 1.0 13,732
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 1.0 13,732
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/1/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 1.0 13,732
w/o Non Wage 1.0 13,732

Output: 05-Empowerment, Support, Care and Protection of Vulnerable Groups
Item: 221008-Computer supplies and Information Technology (IT)
Input to be procured: Purchase of Printers

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 3,240

Unit cost : 810 w/o Non Wage 4.0 3,240
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0

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Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 10/17/2017 Quarter 2 4.0 3,240
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 4.0 3,240
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Toner 53A

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 1,400

Unit cost : 350 w/o Non Wage 4.0 1,400
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 2/20/2018 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 4.0 1,400
w/o Non Wage 4.0 1,400
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Toner A5

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 5.0 1,686

Unit cost : 337 w/o Non Wage 5.0 1,686
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 5.0 1,686
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 5.0 1,686
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/15/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Tri-color HP 28

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 10.0 863

Unit cost : 86 w/o Non Wage 10.0 863
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 5.0 432

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Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 5.0 432
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/15/2017 Quarter 2 3.0 259
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 3.0 259
Quarter 3 2.0 173
w/o Non Wage 2.0 173
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Drum unit for photocopier

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 2.0 800

Unit cost : 400 w/o Non Wage 2.0 800
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 400
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 400
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/15/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 1.0 400
w/o Non Wage 1.0 400
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Reams of photocopy papers

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 80.0 1,600

Unit cost : 20 w/o Non Wage 80.0 1,600
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 20.0 400
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 20.0 400
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/15/2017 Quarter 2 20.0 400
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 20.0 400
Quarter 3 20.0 400
w/o Non Wage 20.0 400
Quarter 4 20.0 400
w/o Non Wage 20.0 400

Input to be procured: Photocopy papers (pink)

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 5.0 173

Unit cost : 35 w/o Non Wage 5.0 173
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 3/13/2018 Quarter 2 0.0 0

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Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 5.0 173
w/o Non Wage 5.0 173
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Envelopes

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Packets Annual Total 24.0 360

Unit cost : 15 w/o Non Wage 24.0 360
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 6.0 90
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 6.0 90
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/25/2017 Quarter 2 6.0 90
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 6.0 90
Quarter 3 6.0 90
w/o Non Wage 6.0 90
Quarter 4 6.0 90
w/o Non Wage 6.0 90

Input to be procured: Staple wires

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Packets Annual Total 25.0 31

Unit cost : 1 w/o Non Wage 25.0 31
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 25.0 31
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 25.0 31
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/25/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Box files

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 60.0 301

Unit cost : 5 w/o Non Wage 60.0 301
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 60.0 301
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 60.0 301
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/25/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0

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w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: Paper clips

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Packets Annual Total 40.0 40

Unit cost : 1 w/o Non Wage 40.0 40
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 40.0 40
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 40.0 40
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/25/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Item: 228002-Maintenance - Vehicles
Input to be procured: Maintenance of vehicles

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 6.0 27,600

Unit cost : 4,600 w/o Non Wage 6.0 27,600
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 11/11/2017 Quarter 2 3.0 13,800
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 3.0 13,800
Quarter 3 3.0 13,800
w/o Non Wage 3.0 13,800
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Recurrent Programmes:
SubProgramme: 12 Equity and Rights
Class of Output: Outputs Provided
Output: 01-Policies, Guidelines, Laws, Regulations and Standards on Vulnerable Groups
Item: 221002-Workshops and Seminars
Input to be procured: venue
hire
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 5.0 1,500

Unit cost : 300 w/o Non Wage 5.0 1,500

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Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 300
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 300
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/9/2017 Quarter 2 2.0 600
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 2.0 600
Quarter 3 1.0 300
w/o Non Wage 1.0 300
Quarter 4 1.0 300
w/o Non Wage 1.0 300

Input to be procured: teas and bites

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 150.0 2,250

Unit cost : 15 w/o Non Wage 150.0 2,250
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 30.0 450
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 30.0 450
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 60.0 900
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 60.0 900
Quarter 3 30.0 450
w/o Non Wage 30.0 450
Quarter 4 30.0 450
w/o Non Wage 30.0 450

Input to be procured: food

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 150.0 4,500

Unit cost : 30 w/o Non Wage 150.0 4,500
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 30.0 900
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 30.0 900
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 60.0 1,800
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 60.0 1,800
Quarter 3 30.0 900
w/o Non Wage 30.0 900
Quarter 4 30.0 900
w/o Non Wage 30.0 900

Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Printing Equal Opportunity Policy

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1001.0 20,020

Unit cost : 20 w/o Non Wage 1001.0 20,020
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 0.0 0

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Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 2/1/2018 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 1001.0 20,020
w/o Non Wage 1001.0 20,020
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Input to be procured: reams of paper

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 96.0 1,440

Unit cost : 15 w/o Non Wage 96.0 1,440
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 24.0 360
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 24.0 360
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 24.0 360
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 24.0 360
Quarter 3 24.0 360
w/o Non Wage 24.0 360
Quarter 4 24.0 360
w/o Non Wage 24.0 360

Input to be procured: Tonner

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 16.0 5,600

Unit cost : 350 w/o Non Wage 16.0 5,600
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 4.0 1,400
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 4.0 1,400
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 4.0 1,400
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 4.0 1,400
Quarter 3 4.0 1,400
w/o Non Wage 4.0 1,400
Quarter 4 4.0 1,400
w/o Non Wage 4.0 1,400

Output: 02-Advocacy and Networking
Item: 221002-Workshops and Seminars
Input to be procured: venue hire

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 2.0 600

Unit cost : 300 w/o Non Wage 2.0 600
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0

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Procurement Process Start Date: 10/8/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 300
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 300
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 1.0 300
w/o Non Wage 1.0 300

Input to be procured: food

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 30.0 900

Unit cost : 30 w/o Non Wage 30.0 900
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 10/7/2017 Quarter 2 15.0 450
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 15.0 450
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 15.0 450
w/o Non Wage 15.0 450

Input to be procured: tea and snacks

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 30.0 300

Unit cost : 10 w/o Non Wage 30.0 300
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 10/7/2017 Quarter 2 15.0 150
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 15.0 150
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 15.0 150
w/o Non Wage 15.0 150

Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Printing Issues paper

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 200.0 1,000

Unit cost : 5 w/o Non Wage 200.0 1,000
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

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Procurement Process Start Date: 1/13/2018 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 200.0 1,000
w/o Non Wage 200.0 1,000
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Output: 04-Training and Skills Development
Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Stationery
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 1,950

Unit cost : 488 w/o Non Wage 4.0 1,950
Procurement Method: Micro Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 488
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.71 w/o Non Wage 1.0 488
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/8/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 488
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 488
Quarter 3 1.0 488
w/o Non Wage 1.0 488
Quarter 4 1.0 488
w/o Non Wage 1.0 488

Development Projects:
Development Projects:
SubProgramme: 1366 Youth Livelihood Programme (YLP)
Class of Output: Capital Purchases
Output: 75-Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport Equipment
Item: 312201-Transport Equipment
Input to be procured: Transport equipment
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1.0 1,800,000

Unit cost : 1,800 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 1,800,000
Procurement Method: Open Bidding Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 12.86 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 12/12/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 1,800,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 1,800,000
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0

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w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Output: 76-Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software
Item: 312211-Office Equipment
Input to be procured: ICT machinery, equipment and software
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 2.0 37,000

Unit cost : 18,500 w/o GoU Development 2.0 37,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 9/22/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 18,500
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 1.0 18,500
Quarter 3 1.0 18,500
w/o GoU Development 1.0 18,500
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0

Class of Output: Outputs Provided
Output: 01-Policies, Guidelines, Laws, Regulations and Standards on Vulnerable Groups
Item: 228002-Maintenance - Vehicles
Input to be procured: Vehicle maintanance
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 21,000

Unit cost : 5 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 4.0 21,000
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 5,250
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 5,250
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/3/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 5,250
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 5,250
Quarter 3 1.0 5,250
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 5,250
Quarter 4 1.0 5,250
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 5,250
Output: 02-Advocacy and Networking
Item: 221001-Advertising and Public Relations
Input to be procured: TV Documentaries
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 2.0 40,000

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Unit cost : 20,000 w/o GoU Development 2.0 40,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 1.0 20,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o GoU Development 1.0 20,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 3 1.0 20,000
w/o GoU Development 1.0 20,000
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0

Input to be procured: TV Programmes
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 30,000

Unit cost : 7,500 w/o GoU Development 4.0 30,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 1.0 7,500
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o GoU Development 1.0 7,500
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 7,500
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 1.0 7,500
Quarter 3 1.0 7,500
w/o GoU Development 1.0 7,500
Quarter 4 1.0 7,500
w/o GoU Development 1.0 7,500

Input to be procured: Newspaper supplements
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 130,000

Unit cost : 32,500 w/o GoU Development 4.0 130,000
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 32,500
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o GoU Development 1.0 32,500
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/12/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 32,500
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 1.0 32,500
Quarter 3 1.0 32,500
w/o GoU Development 1.0 32,500
Quarter 4 1.0 32,500
w/o GoU Development 1.0 32,500

Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Printing of Handbooks & Promotional materials
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 2.0 30,000

Unit cost : 15 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 2.0 30,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 1.0 15,000

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Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 15,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 3 1.0 15,000
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 15,000
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Input to be procured: Stationery & Photocopying
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 18,000

Unit cost : 5 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 4.0 18,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 4,500
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 4,500
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 4,500
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 4,500
Quarter 3 1.0 4,500
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 4,500
Quarter 4 1.0 4,500
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 4,500
Input to be procured: Printing of GIS Maps
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 1.0 15,000

Unit cost : 15 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 15,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 0.0 0
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 15,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 15,000
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Item: 227004-Fuel, Lubricants and Oils
Input to be procured: Fuel, Lubricants and Oils

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Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 17,000

Unit cost : 4 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 4.0 17,000
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 4,250
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 4,250
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/3/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 4,250
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 4,250
Quarter 3 1.0 4,250
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 4,250
Quarter 4 1.0 4,250
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 4,250
Output: 03-Monitoring and Evaluation of Programmes for Vulnerable Groups
Item: 227004-Fuel, Lubricants and Oils
Input to be procured: Fuel, Lubricants and Oil
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 60,000

Unit cost : 15 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 4.0 60,000
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 15,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 15,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/3/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 15,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 15,000
Quarter 3 1.0 15,000
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 15,000
Quarter 4 1.0 15,000
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 15,000
Item: 228002-Maintenance - Vehicles
Input to be procured: Maintenance-Vehicles
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 40,000

Unit cost : 10 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 4.0 40,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 1.0 10,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 10,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 10,000

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w/o GoU Development 1.0 10,000
Quarter 3 1.0 10,000
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 10,000
Quarter 4 1.0 10,000
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 10,000
Output: 04-Training and Skills Development
Item: 227004-Fuel, Lubricants and Oils
Input to be procured: Fuel, Lubricants and Oil
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 14,000

Unit cost : 4 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 4.0 14,000
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 3,500
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 3,500
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/3/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 3,500
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 3,500
Quarter 3 1.0 3,500
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 3,500
Quarter 4 1.0 3,500
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 3,500
Item: 228002-Maintenance - Vehicles
Input to be procured: Maintenance-Vehicles
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 7,000

Unit cost : 2 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 4.0 7,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 1.0 1,750
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 1,750
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 1,750
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 1,750
Quarter 3 1.0 1,750
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 1,750
Quarter 4 1.0 1,750
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 1,750
Program :10 49 General Administration, Policy and Planning

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Recurrent SubProgrammes:
Recurrent Programmes:
SubProgramme: 01 Headquarters, Planning and Policy
Class of Output: Outputs Provided
Output: 01-Policy, Consultation, Planning, Resource Mobilisation and Monitoring Services
Item: 221007-Books, Periodicals & Newspapers
Input to be procured: -Books, Periodicals and Newspapers purchased

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 21,600

Unit cost : 5,400 w/o Non Wage 4.0 21,600
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 5,400
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 1.0 5,400
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 5,400
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 5,400
Quarter 3 1.0 5,400
w/o Non Wage 1.0 5,400
Quarter 4 1.0 5,400
w/o Non Wage 1.0 5,400

Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: -Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Quarters Annual Total 4.0 47,454

Unit cost : 11,863 w/o Non Wage 4.0 47,454
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 11,863
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 1.0 11,863
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/31/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 11,863
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 11,863
Quarter 3 1.0 11,863
w/o Non Wage 1.0 11,863
Quarter 4 1.0 11,863
w/o Non Wage 1.0 11,863

Item: 227004-Fuel, Lubricants and Oils
Input to be procured: fuel, lubricants and oils
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Litres Annual Total 4.0 19,007

Unit cost : 4,752 w/o Non Wage 4.0 19,007
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 4,752
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 1.0 4,752

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Procurement Process Start Date: 8/2/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 4,752
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 4,752
Quarter 3 1.0 4,752
w/o Non Wage 1.0 4,752
Quarter 4 1.0 4,752
w/o Non Wage 1.0 4,752

Output: 02-Support Services (Finance and Administration) to the Ministry Provided
Item: 221002-Workshops and Seminars
Input to be procured: -Workshops and Seminars
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Numbers Annual Total 1.0 56,629

Unit cost : 56,629 w/o Non Wage 1.0 56,629
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 1.0 56,629
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 1.0 56,629
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/31/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 3 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o Non Wage 0.0 0

Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Stationery, printing and photocopying
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 50,000

Unit cost : 12,500 w/o Non Wage 4.0 50,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 12,500
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 1.0 12,500
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/3/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 12,500
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 12,500
Quarter 3 1.0 12,500
w/o Non Wage 1.0 12,500
Quarter 4 1.0 12,500
w/o Non Wage 1.0 12,500

Item: 222001-Telecommunications
Input to be procured: Telecommunication
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 120,000

Unit cost : 30,000 w/o Non Wage 4.0 120,000
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 30,000

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Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o Non Wage 1.0 30,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/3/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 30,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 30,000
Quarter 3 1.0 30,000
w/o Non Wage 1.0 30,000
Quarter 4 1.0 30,000
w/o Non Wage 1.0 30,000

Item: 222002-Postage and Courier
Input to be procured: -Paid for postage and Courier services

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 6,000

Unit cost : 1,500 w/o Non Wage 4.0 6,000
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 1,500
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,500
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/3/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 1,500
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,500
Quarter 3 1.0 1,500
w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,500
Quarter 4 1.0 1,500
w/o Non Wage 1.0 1,500

Item: 223004-Guard and Security services
Input to be procured: -Guard and Security services paid

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 70,682

Unit cost : 17,671 w/o Non Wage 4.0 70,682
Procurement Method: Quotations Quarter 1 1.0 17,671
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o Non Wage 1.0 17,671
Procurement Process Start Date: 8/3/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 17,671
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 17,671
Quarter 3 1.0 17,671
w/o Non Wage 1.0 17,671
Quarter 4 1.0 17,671
w/o Non Wage 1.0 17,671

Item: 223005-Electricity
Input to be procured: -Electricity bill paid

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 120,000

Unit cost : 30,000 w/o Non Wage 4.0 120,000

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Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 30,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o Non Wage 1.0 30,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/3/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 30,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 30,000
Quarter 3 1.0 30,000
w/o Non Wage 1.0 30,000
Quarter 4 1.0 30,000
w/o Non Wage 1.0 30,000

Item: 223006-Water
Input to be procured: -Water bill paid

Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Litres Annual Total 4.0 120,000

Unit cost : 30,000 w/o Non Wage 4.0 120,000
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 30,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o Non Wage 1.0 30,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/3/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 30,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 30,000
Quarter 3 1.0 30,000
w/o Non Wage 1.0 30,000
Quarter 4 1.0 30,000
w/o Non Wage 1.0 30,000

Item: 224004-Cleaning and Sanitation
Input to be procured: Cleaning materials
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 50,000

Unit cost : 12,500 w/o Non Wage 4.0 50,000
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 12,500
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o Non Wage 1.0 12,500
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/3/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 12,500
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 12,500
Quarter 3 1.0 12,500
w/o Non Wage 1.0 12,500
Quarter 4 1.0 12,500
w/o Non Wage 1.0 12,500

Item: 228002-Maintenance - Vehicles
Input to be procured: -Vehicles maintained

Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 4.0 120,000

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Unit cost : 30,000 w/o Non Wage 4.0 120,000
Procurement Method: Direct Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 30,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 0.00 w/o Non Wage 1.0 30,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/3/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 30,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Non Wage 1.0 30,000
Quarter 3 1.0 30,000
w/o Non Wage 1.0 30,000
Quarter 4 1.0 30,000
w/o Non Wage 1.0 30,000

Development Projects:
Development Projects:
SubProgramme: 0345 Strengthening MSLGD
Class of Output: Capital Purchases
Output: 72-Government Buildings and Administrative Infrastructure
Item: 312101-Non-Residential Buildings
Input to be procured: Non Residential Building
Type of Input: Works procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Number Annual Total 2.0 2,269,000

Unit cost : 1,134,500 w/o GoU Development 2.0 2,269,000
Procurement Method: Open Bidding Quarter 1 1.0 1,134,500
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 17.14 w/o GoU Development 1.0 1,134,500
Procurement Process Start Date: 10/29/2017 Quarter 2 0.0 0
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 0.0 0
Quarter 3 1.0 1,134,500
w/o GoU Development 1.0 1,134,500
Quarter 4 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 0.0 0

Output: 76-Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including Software
Item: 312202-Machinery and Equipment
Input to be procured: Machinery and equipment for ICT
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Numbers Annual Total 4.0 50,000

Unit cost : 12,500 w/o GoU Development 4.0 50,000
Procurement Method: Quotations Procurement Quarter 1 1.0 12,500
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 4.29 w/o GoU Development 1.0 12,500
Procurement Process Start Date: 7/31/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 12,500
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 1.0 12,500
Quarter 3 1.0 12,500
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Quarter 4 1.0 12,500
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Output: 78-Purchase of Office and Residential Furniture and Fittings
Item: 312203-Furniture & Fixtures
Input to be procured: Furniture and Fixtures
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Quarterly Annual Total 4.0 425,551

Unit cost : 106 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 4.0 425,551
Procurement Method: Open Bidding Quarter 1 1.0 106,388
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 12.86 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 106,388
Procurement Process Start Date: 9/29/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 106,388
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 106,388
Quarter 3 1.0 106,388
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 106,388
Quarter 4 1.0 106,388
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 106,388
Class of Output: Outputs Provided
Output: 01-Policy, Consultation, Planning, Resource Mobilisation and Monitoring Services
Item: 221011-Printing, Stationery, Photocopying and Binding
Input to be procured: Printing , Stationary, photocopying and binding
Type of Input: Services procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: monthly Annual Total 4.0 200,000

Unit cost : 50,000 w/o GoU Development 4.0 200,000
Procurement Method: Restricted Bidding Quarter 1 1.0 50,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 12.86 w/o GoU Development 1.0 50,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 9/29/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 50,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o GoU Development 1.0 50,000
Quarter 3 1.0 50,000
w/o GoU Development 1.0 50,000
Quarter 4 1.0 50,000
w/o GoU Development 1.0 50,000

Output: 02-Support Services (Finance and Administration) to the Ministry Provided
Item: 222003-Information and communications technology (ICT)
Input to be procured: Information and Communication Technology
Type of Input: Supplies procured Annual Quantity Annual Cost

Unit of measure: Numbers Annual Total 4.0 200,000

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Draft Quarterly 2017/18 Procurement Plans for Projects and Programmes
Details of Inputs and Procurement process Planned Inputs and Estimated Cost by Quarter UShs Thousand

Unit cost : 50 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 4.0 200,000
Procurement Method: Restricted Bidding Quarter 1 1.0 50,000
Total Procurement Time (Weeks): 12.86 w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 50,000
Procurement Process Start Date: 9/29/2017 Quarter 2 1.0 50,000
Date contract signature/commitment: w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 50,000
Quarter 3 1.0 50,000
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 50,000
Quarter 4 1.0 50,000
w/o Donor Development 0.0 0
w/o GoU Development 1.0 50,000

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Annex 8

Budget Overview
for

Vote 018: Ministry of Gender, Labour and
Social Development
Annex 8: Budget Overview for MoGLSD

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Vote:124
Vote: 018 Ministry
Equal of Gender, Labour
Opportunities and Social Development
Commission
Summary of Vote Estimates
Thousand Uganda Shillings 2016/17Approved
2015/16 Approved 2017/18 Draft
2016/17 Draft
Budget
Budget Estimates
Estimates
(i) Excluding Arrears, Taxes
Wage 2,517,151
3.437 2,966,808
3.606
Recurrent 22.107 36.826
Non Wage 1,380,000 1,380,000
GoU 300,000
152.787 300,000
107.304
Development
Ext Fin. 0.0000 3.7750
GoU Total 4,197,151
178.332 4,646,808
147.737
Total GoU+Ext Fin. (MTEF) 178.332
4,197,151 151.511
4,646,808

Arrears 0.0000
(ii) Arrears 0.1840
and Taxes Taxes N/A
62,500 0.0000

Total Budget 178.332
4,259,651 151.695
4,646,808

(iii) Non Tax Revenue N/A
N/A N/A
N/A
Grand Total 178.332
4,259,651 4,646,808
151.695
Excluding Taxes, Arrears 178.332
4,197,151 151.511
4,646,808

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Annex 9

Itemised Budget
for

Vote 018: Ministry of Gender, Labour and
Social Development
Annex 9: Itemised Budget for MoGLSD

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Vote:018 Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development

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