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Funded Initiatives for Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG)
Initiative Contributions for Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG)
|1||$5m is allocated for family planning (FP) supplies (FP2020)||Budget advocacy||CSBAG held Pre-budget and post-budget meetings to ensure that the allocations for the health sector are sufficient, pro-poor and adequately meet the minimal levels of care for expectant mothers, newborn children and infants.
CSBAG is contributing through ensuring that there is increased budget allocation to NMS for the FY 2016/17 through;
• Holding meetings with the Parliamentary health committees to advocate for increased allocation to NMS for the FY 2016/17
• Engaging communities to participate in the FY 2016/17 budget process and dialogue with the duty bearers at district levels
|Name||Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG)|
|Description||The Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG) is a coalition formed in 2004 to bring together CSOs at national and district levels to influence Government decisions on resource mobilization and utilization for equitable and sustainable development. CSBAG was created out of a desire to collectively influence government and effectively participate in setting national budget priorities. It was formed by a group of NGOs led by Uganda Debt Network (UDN), Uganda National NGO Forum, and Forum for Women in Democracy (FOWODE) and Oxfam GB in Uganda. Since 2004, CSOs in Uganda under CSBAG have been engaging in influencing the budget process to ensure that both the local and national budgets incorporate the views of the poor and that they are gender sensitive.|
|Added On||2015-12-14 19:45:36|