The five–year District Development Plans are a legal requirement for all higher and lower local governments in Uganda. They form a baseline tool for tracking implementation of government programs and the basis of controlling the pace and direction of development investment. It is in these plans that stock of what is identified at lower local governments is elicited and integrated into the district expectations to inform the National Development Plan as required by article 190 of Constitution of the Republic of Uganda 1995, which is further operationalized in the Local Government Act, cap 243 section 36 and 78.
Formulating the Development Plan is a function of the District Technical Planning Committee in collaboration with the District Executive Committee. At the end of the five years the district will be accountable to the people and higher government for the level of implementation of this plan.
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