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THRUST OF GOOD GOVERNANCE IN VISION 2040

THRUST OF GOOD GOVERNANCE IN VISION 2040

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THRUST OF GOOD GOVERNANCE IN VISION 2040

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  1. THRUST OF GOOD GOVERNANCE IN VISION 2040 By 2020, Good Governance is the back-bone on which sustainable development is based to ensure services are delivered equitably to citizens and that peace reigns in the nation. (Page 104 – Vision 2040) This Vision aims at consolidating the tenets of good governance; • constitutional democracy; • protection of human rights; • rule of law; • free and fair political and electoral processes; • transparency and accountability; • Government effectiveness and regulatory quality; • effective citizens’ participation in development processes; and • peace, defence and security of the citizens and the country.

  2. CHAPEAU STATEMENT • By 2020, Good Governance is the back-bone of social and economic transformation in Uganda and Ugandans live and work in a peaceful, secure, harmonious and stable country, at peace with its neighbours, where the rule of law prevails; where fundamental human rights, gender equality, mutual accountability and zero tolerance for corruption are the norm; and a strong democratic system empowers people to be in charge of their own destiny.

  3. DIMENSIONAL STATEMENTS • A constitutionally driven rule of law that ensures full separation of powers and guarantees peace, human rights and equitable access to justice. • A participatory democratic system which ensures transparent and credible (and political)electoral processes. • Effective, efficient and innovative institutions with functional decentralized structures, run by well-informed leaders and which ensures equitable access to quality services. • A culture of accountability entrenched in the national value system with zero tolerance for corruption.

  4. STRATEGIC INTENT By 2020, Good Governance is the back-bone of social and economic transformation of Uganda where: aconstitutionally driven Rule of Law ensures full separation of powers, guarantees peace, human rights and equitable access to justice; a participatory democratic system ensures transparent and credible electoral processes; effective, efficient and innovative institutions with functional, decentralized structures that are run by well-informed leaders and ensures equitable access to quality services and a culture of accountability is entrenched in the national value system with zero tolerance for corruption.

  5. OUTCOME THEMES • Rule of Law and Constitutional Democracy • Human Rights and Gender Equality • Institutional Development and Evidence-Based Decision Making • Accountability, transparency and integrity

  6. DIMENSIONAL STATEMENTS • Independent legislature that ensures laws are updated, harmonized, coherent and in line with the constitution and international and regional instruments and ensure equitable access to justice for all and a free and an independent electoral system • A law enforcement system that is Informed, capacitated, fair and accountable with a strengthened community policing system • A People-centred and gender sensitive justice system that is Independent, credible, effective, efficient including both formal and informal mechanisms • Participation that fosters free and fair elections and that enhances voice of citizens

  7. OUTCOME STATEMENT By 2020, the culture of the Rule of Law, separation of powers and constitutional democracy are entrenched in Uganda with an independent legislature that ensures laws are updated, harmonized, coherent and in line with the constitution and international and regional instruments and ensure equitable access to justice for all and a free and independent electoral system; a law enforcement system that is informed, capacitated, fair and accountable with a strengthened community policing system; a people-centred and gender sensitive justice system that is independent, credible, effective and efficient including both formal and informal mechanisms and with participation that fosters free and fair elections and enhances the voices of citizens

  8. OUTCOME SIMPLIFIED By 2020, Rule of Law, separation of powers and constitutional democracy are entrenched in Uganda and all individuals are treated equally under the law and have equitable access to justice

  9. DIMENSIONAL STATEMENTS • Consolidated peace with capacity for conflict prevention and management; social cohesion and effective and accountable mechanisms for mediation and reconciliation in line with the security council resolutions 1325/1318/1820 to reap peace dividends • Disaster preparedness and response with community-level resilience which is preparing and responding to environmental, climate and conflict related disasters • Strong partnerships and cooperation for implementation of international and regional instruments (IGAD, EAC, ICGLR, AU, UN, Peacekeeping) and countering of violent extremism and small arms proliferation and effective management of safe human mobility

  10. OUTCOME STATEMENT By 2020, a unified, resilient Uganda enjoys sustained peace and security with conflict prevention and management, social cohesion and effective and accountable mechanisms for mediation and reconciliation in line with the security council resolutions 1325/1318/1820; disaster preparedness and response with community-level resilience responding to environmental, climate and conflict related disasters and with strong partnerships and cooperation for implementation of international and regional instruments (IGAD, EAC, ICGLR, AU, UN, Peacekeeping) and effective countering of violent extremism and small arms proliferation and management of safe human mobility

  11. OUTCOME SIMPLIFIED By 2020, a unified, resilient Uganda enjoys sustained peace and securityand is free of all forms of discrimination and violence

  12. DIMENSIONAL STATEMENTS • Fully functional institutional structures at all levels that are performance oriented, resourced and has an innovative culture of evidence-seeking and with credible and inclusive Public Private Partnership with clear social benefits • A resourced and utilized evaluation and research function which is institutionalized and driving public institutions and leadership • Credible, timely and relevant data is accessible to decision makers at all levels

  13. OUTCOME STATEMENT By 2020, Uganda’s institutions have fully functional institutional structures at all levels that are performance oriented, resourced and has an innovative culture of evidence-seeking and credible and inclusive Public Private Partnership with clear social benefits; with a resourced and utilized evaluation and research function which is institutionalized and driving public institutions and leadership and that has credible, timely and relevant data is accessible to decision makers at all levels

  14. OUTCOME SIMPLIFIED • By 2020, Uganda’s institutions and Public-Private-Partnerships are inclusive, fully functional, credible and driven by evidence and rights-based decisions

  15. DIMENSIONAL STATEMENTS • A mindset change at all levels with progressive shift in appreciation by the leadership, men and women of human rights and gender principles and obligations • A regulatory framework with policy response for the most vulnerable groups (women, children, youth, PWDs, People with HIV/AIDS) and which ensures their control and access to productive assets and with independent mechanisms and systems for reporting, monitoring and evaluation of human rights and gender equality instruments • People-centred decision-making with rights holders capacity to claim rights and equal access to social services

  16. OUTCOME STATEMENT By 2020, gender equality and human rights of all people in Uganda are promoted, protected and fulfilled and there is a mindset change at all levels with progressive shift in appreciation by the leadership, men and women of human rights and gender principles and obligations; a regulatory framework with policy response for the most vulnerable groups (women, children, youth, PWDs, People with HIV/AIDS) which ensures their control and access to productive assets and with independent mechanisms and systems for reporting, monitoring and evaluation of human rights and gender equality instruments and people-centred decision-making with rights holders capacity to claim rights and equal access to social services

  17. OUTCOME SIMPLIFIED By 2020, gender equality and human rights of all people in Uganda are promoted, protected and fulfilled

  18. DIMENSIONAL STATEMENTS • Commitment by political leadership with a strong partnership with civil society, media and private sector and enforcement of laws, policies and standards • A national value system in conformity with the constitution, with domesticated and localized codes and standards and strengthened citizen empowerment voice and patriotism which is championed by exemplary leadership and provides a national service system ensuring awareness of rights and obligations of citizens and corporates alike • Transparent, accessible, user friendly and responsive information systems

  19. OUTCOME STATEMENT By 2020, Uganda socially and institutionally enforces mutual accountability, transparency and integrity throughcommitment by political leadership with a strong partnership with civil society and media and private sector, and enforcement of laws, policies and standards; anational value system in conformity with the constitution, with domesticated and localized codes and standards and strengthened citizen empowerment voice and patriotism which is championed by exemplary leadership and provides a national service system ensuring awareness of rights and obligations of citizens and corporates alike and transparent, accessible, user friendly and responsive information systems

  20. OUTCOME SIMPLIFIED By 2020, Uganda socially and institutionally enforces mutual accountability, transparency, integrity and zero tolerance to corruption

  21. GOVERNANCE OUTCOMES 1. By 2020, Rule of Law, separation of powers and constitutional democracy are entrenched in Uganda and all individuals are treated equally under the law and have equitable access to justice 2. By 2020, a unified, resilient Uganda enjoys sustained peace and securityand is free of all forms of discrimination and violence 3. By 2020, gender equality and human rights of all people in Uganda are promoted, protected and fulfilled 4. By 2020, Uganda’s institutions and Public-Private-Partnerships are inclusive, fully functional, credible and driven by evidence and rights-based decisions 5. By 2020, Uganda socially and institutionally enforces mutual accountability, transparency, integrity and zero tolerance to corruption

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