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Agreed Minutes of the Joint Sector Review 2011


The third joint Government of Uganda development partners sector review 2011  (JSR) took place from 11th to 13th October at the Imperial Royale, Kampala, under the theme” Addressing environmental challenges for sustainable development”

The overall aim of the 2011 joint sector review in conformity with the above theme was “to develop practical sector approaches towards sustaining Uganda’s environment and water resources”


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Joint Sector Review 2011 11th-13th

The Joint Sector Review (JSR) is a forum for performance assessment, budget and policy guidance, allowing a broad spectrum of stakeholders to get
an insight into, discuss and influence sector developments.

It is held annually in September/October. The JSR draws conclusions and makes recommendations on overall developments in the sector but is not a decision making body.  Any binding decisions during JSRs, such as formal undertakings for the forth-coming twelve months or beyond (now undertakings span beyond one year), are subject to endorsement by the Water & Environment Sector Working Group.

The theme for the JSR 2011 is:

    Addressing environment challenges for sustainable development

The overall aim of the 2011 Joint Sector Review in conformity with the above
theme is:
    
    "To continue developing practical sector approaches towards sustaining Uganda’s environment and water resources”.

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RCN Uganda,
19 Oct 2011, 23:10
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Micheal Jonga,
7 Oct 2011, 00:35
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