March 2024

Digital Transformation Roadmap, FY2023/24-2027/28.

Submitted by on Fri, 03/15/2024 - 13:19

Uganda launched its Digital Transformation Roadmap in April 2023 as an implementation tool aimed to speed up the country’s digital revolution. The roadmap that spans a period of five years (FY2023/24-2027/28) spells out key enablers aimed at actualizing aspirations embedded in the Digital Uganda Vision. These include attaining 90% household connectivity; 90% broadband coverage by geography; and 90% citizens accessing e-services online, among others by 2040.


National Information Technology Survey Report, 2022

Submitted by on Fri, 03/15/2024 - 13:10

This third series of the National Information Technology (IT) Survey by National Information Technology Authority-Uganda (NITA-U) delivers information on several IT sector indicators across Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs); Local Governments (LGs); and households and individuals coupled with businesses. The report highlights performance on availability, access, usage, affordability and satisfaction with IT infrastructure, equipment and services across these groups.


Economic Development in Africa Report, 2022: Rethinking the Foundations of Export Diversification in Africa: The catalytic role of business and financial services

Submitted by on Fri, 03/15/2024 - 13:08

Africa’s exports are heavily reliant on primary products in the agricultural, mineral and extractive sectors, making it one of the least diversified regions on the globe. Out of the 54 African countries, 45 are commodity-dependent (83%), indicating that each country’s share of primary commodity exports to total merchandise exports translates to over 60%. This dependency on commodities makes the continent vulnerable to fluctuations in global commodity prices thus hindering its potential for inclusive growth and development.


Digital Transformation Roadmap, FY2023/24-2027/28.

Submitted by on Thu, 03/14/2024 - 13:46

Uganda launched its Digital Transformation Roadmap in April 2023 as an implementation tool aimed to speed up the country’s digital revolution. The roadmap that spans a period of five years (FY2023/24-2027/28) spells out key enablers aimed at actualizing aspirations embedded in the Digital Uganda Vision. These include attaining 90% household connectivity; 90% broadband coverage by geography; and 90% citizens accessing e-services online, among others by 2040.


National Information Technology Survey Report, 2022

Submitted by on Thu, 03/14/2024 - 13:45

This third series of the National Information Technology (IT) Survey by National Information Technology Authority-Uganda (NITA-U) delivers information on several IT sector indicators across Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs); Local Governments (LGs); and households and individuals coupled with businesses. The report highlights performance on availability, access, usage, affordability and satisfaction with IT infrastructure, equipment and services across these groups.


Economic Development in Africa Report, 2022: Rethinking the Foundations of Export Diversification in Africa: The catalytic role of business and financial services

Submitted by on Thu, 03/14/2024 - 13:43

Africa’s exports are heavily reliant on primary products in the agricultural, mineral and extractive sectors, making it one of the least diversified regions on the globe. Out of the 54 African countries, 45 are commodity-dependent (83%), indicating that each country’s share of primary commodity exports to total merchandise exports translates to over 60%. This dependency on commodities makes the continent vulnerable to fluctuations in global commodity prices thus hindering its potential for inclusive growth and development.


MIND DASHBOARD: MARCH 2024 UPDATE

Submitted by on Sat, 03/09/2024 - 13:31
FY2023/24 Series

The MIND is a monthly publication. It contains Indicators updated on Monthly, Quarterly and Yearly frequencies. Consequently, it is prepared with a lag of one month, owing to the need to compile data that has been officially released following the end of the preceding month. The same principle applies to the Quarterly and Yearly data.  

Download the PDF Version below:

Final MIND - March 2024(2).pdf