Annual consolidated workplan 2009-2010 - Uganda

National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) - Uganda (2009)

The National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) is a semi-autonomous institution, established in May 1995 under the National Environment Act CAP 153 and became operational in December 1995, as the principal agency in Uganda, charged with the responsibility of coordinating, monitoring, regulating and supervising environmental management in the country. NEMA advises Government and spearheads the development of environmental policies, laws, regulations, standards and guidelines for sound environmental management in Uganda. Reference is hereby made to the 47th NEMA Board Meeting of 29th May 2008 in which the Board approved the 2008/9FY work plan and budget of Uganda shillings 5,450,000,000 as bud get support from Government of Uganda (MTEF) for recurrent (4,400,000,000=) and development (1,050,000,000=) expenditures. To date the disbursements from GoU stand at 5,415,436,000= (99%)

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