Victoria University Partners with Lands Ministry in 4th Public Dialogue

Victoria University Kampala, view in an effort to make significant contribution to Uganda’s urban governance system for effective national economic development has partnered with the Ministry of Lands, pilule housing and Urban Development in the fourth public dialogue on urban governance.

The dialogue which will be hosted at Imperial Botanical Beach Hotel in Entebbe will berunning under the theme “The Role of Municipal Development Forums” and will turn its focus towards new governance agenda.

The dialogue will provide a platform for experience sharing and generate learning-based on good practices that have proven to be effective in improving municipal management and service delivery in Uganda.

Among the figures that will be on the panel include; Joseph Paddy Walter, Commissioner Urban development; Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Nuwagaba Justinian, Commissioner Urban Administration; Ministry of Local Government Samuel Mabala, Country Team; Leader Future Cities Uganda, David Kasimbazi, Program Coordinator; Centre for Urban Governance and Development- Victoria University.

Participants will share knowledge and experiences of the good practices used by the municipal development forums with an aim of improving planning and implementation of development programs in their respective municipalities.

They will also discuss possibilities of using the Municipal Development Forums experience as a vehicle for engagement between government, private sector, civil society and the citizenry to address urban development challenges in the country.

The dialogue will include the Presidents, Town Clerks, Mayors, RDCs, Municipal Members of Parliament, civil society organizations, private sector, academia, youth organizations, slum dwellers federation, development partners, academia and general public.

It will be moderated by Vikman Proscovier, the President Entebbe Municipal Development Forum

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