Planning for biomass is therefore critical for the social economic development of Uganda. Biomass is used in all sectors of the economy, and more importantly, close to 100% of rural households and 98% of urban households use biomass energy for cooking.
Special focus is on our priority areas which have been aligned to the global strategic plan and the new five year Country Programme Cycle which starts in 2016.
The 8th edition of the UNDP Uganda Human Development Report (HDR), focuses on the Northern Uganda region.
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