This report, part of a broader research project on Poverty Knowledge and Policy Processes, concerns the poverty reduction policy process in Kampala, Uganda. It describes the actors involved in policy processes at the national level, the kinds of knowledge on which the processes draw, and the spaces, formal and informal, in which policy actors engage with each other. It concludes that the contemporary poverty reduction policy context in Uganda holds several opportunities and risks and that civil society actors are at a critical conjuncture.
Research Report 53, 63 pp.
Poverty knowledge and policy processes: a case study of Ugandan national poverty reduction policy.