DfID to fund initial phase of Ugandan financial services program

A market stall owner in northern Uganda. Photo by: Pete Lewis / Department for International Development / CC BY-NC-SA

Co-written with Juan Carlos Concepcion

For fiscal years 2013/14 to 2016/17, the U.K. Department for International Development is planning to disburse £10.7 million ($16.8 million) for the initial implementation of its Uganda Financial Service Inclusion Program and an additional 1 million pounds for fiduciary management services.

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