Regular Reports

Monthly Performance of the Economy Reports

Our Monthly Performance of the Economy Report (POE) provides a brief commentary on economic developments in the real, external, financial and fiscal sectors of the economy. These developments are analyzed and contextualized within a 12 month framework (from the current month to the same month 1 year ago). The report for any given month is published in the second half of the following month. Some indicators are published with a lag of one month and are thus discussed for the previous month.

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Half-Yearly and Annual Macroeconomic and Fiscal Performance Reports

During each fiscal year (starting in July and ending in June of the following calendar year), MEPD produces two additional reports: A half-yearly macroeconomic and fiscal performance report that reviews and analyzes macroeconomic developments over the first 6 months of the fiscal year (typically published in February). This report is followed by an annual report that reviews and analyzes the macroeconomic and fiscal performance of the entire fiscal year (published after the end of the fiscal year, typically in September).

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2018/19 PDF PDF
2019/20 PDF
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Debt Sustainability Analysis Report

The Debt Substainability Analysis Report (DSA) is produced at the end of each fiscal year and evaluates the countries medium-term debt sustainability using a very rigorous analytical framework developed at the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

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Adjusted Macroeconomic Indicators (AMI) Report - Uganda, "Going Beyond GDP"

The Adjusted Macroeconomic Indicators and Measures of Comprehensive Wealth, follow Natural Capital Accounting (NCA) framework which widens the measurement of economic activity, by including some of the broader impacts of that activity and climate change issues, such as: Consumption of natural resources; Pollution; and Environmental degradation. The framework follows and is consistent to the principles of the System of National Accounts (SNA) that underpins the calculation of GDP and other related measures of economic activity. However, it incorporates a broader range of activities (costs and benefits) in the calculation of two key macroeconomic indicators, that is; Adjusted net national income (ANNI); and Adjusted net savings (ANS). It also includes a comprehensive measure of a country’s wealth in different types of assets.

This enables the tracking of levels of national wealth, and whether national income is being generated sustainably from the perspective of preserving national wealth. Information is intended to assist in identifying whether a country’s GDP is being generated in a sustainable manner, and whether the pattern of growth is sustainable. In particular, it addresses whether national income is being generated by the depletion of natural resources, and if so, are other types of capital being increased to compensate for this.

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Local Government Finance Statistics (LGFS)

The Macroeconomic Policy Department in Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development produces Local Government Finance Statistics on an annual basis both in the GFS 1986 and GFS 2001/14 frameworks. These statistics include District Local Governments, Cities, Municipal Councils and Town councils and are based on the Public Sector Institutional Unit table.

LGFS 2021/22