Uganda Debt Network (UDN)

Uganda Debt Network (UDN) was formed in 1996 as an ad hoc coalition of organizations and individuals to campaign for debt relief for Uganda under the Highly Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) Initiative of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Growing from a maiden membership of only 23 organizations and 3 individuals, UDN now boasts of 23 member organizations and over 150 individual members.

Project title:  Strengthening citizens’ organisations participation and engagement

Brief description: The project aims to strengthen citizens’ influence on government policies and accountability in health and roads sectors. The project will contribute to Uganda's development goals by strengthening access to healthcare and improving transport infrastructure for better health outcomes and broader development aspirations

Geographical coverage: Moroto, Napak, Kamuli, Kaliro, Ruburiizi, Kabale, Kanungu, and Masindi districts.