International community

The International community in Uganda is comprised of the development partners who fall in the category of either multilateral or bilateral. These communities offer Aid or donations in form of economic, military, or emergency humanitarian which may include international transfer of capital, goods, or services from a country or international organization for the benefit of the recipient country.  In Uganda, the official Development Assistance (ODA) partners include World Bank, African Development Bank, European Union, IMF, DFID, and UN agencies, among others.

The International community in Uganda is comprised of the development partners who fall in the category of either multilateral or bilateral. These communities offer Aid or donations in form of economic, military, or emergency humanitarian which may include international transfer of capital, goods, or services from a country or international organization for the benefit of the recipient country.  In Uganda, the Official Development Assistance (ODA) partners include World Bank, African Development Bank, European Union, IMF, DFID, and UN agencies, among others. Uganda’s Development partners drive national development through supporting and enhancing policy capacity in Uganda.

Development of trading relations with other diplomatic countries has strengthened the country’s tax base, and eased trade between all these countries and in turn, developmental ideas are shared thus improving the development of the country. Foreign investments, whether direct or indirect have brought in revenue to the country which in turn is used for executing government plans to obtain a middle income economy by 2040.