Sustainability: Uganda

June 2020

Uganda has continued to face multiple challenges relating to living standards and the environment. Low access to clean drinking water and proper sanitation, as well as inadequate food consumption remain the key pressure points on the country’s rapidly growing population that has remained subject to high poverty rates. The development of nuclear energy is expected to provide better access to electricity and release some pressure on Ugandans.

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Overview:

The Country Briefings series examine market potential, economic and consumer trends impacting each country and how they are set to change.

Each Country Briefing covers one of these topics:

Economy, Finance and Trade: Understanding the structure, health and potential risks of an economy are important for decision-making within an existing operating environment as well as for expansion strategies. Real GDP growth, inflation and exchange rate fluctuations will directly impact consumer market potential. Import and export trade profiles help gauge how open an economy is to trade and investment, while analysis of government finances can be used to explore macroeconomic stability and susceptibility to economic shocks.

Income and Expenditure: Insights into income, wealth and expenditure of consumers are vital in helping businesses make strategic decisions with regards to which country (or even which region within a country) to enter, which consumer segment to target, which products or services to market, and at which price point. Other factors such as the size and expansion of the middle class and income inequality are also important in helping companies gauge the potential of a country market.

Households: Global shifts in gender, ageing, migration and housing are transforming the size, location,  general make-up as well as income and expenditure of households around the globe, with diverse implications for governments and companies. Households insights can help identify the decision-making processes and consumption tastes of different household groups and types within a country, and assess household appliance and digital readiness that is key for formulating market technology and internet strategies.

Business Dynamics: A stable and competitive business environment is vital to operate efficiently and attract inward investment. Businesses can assess these factors alongside challenges such as corruption, political instability and terrorism, also gain insight into business operating environment and make strategic investment decisions. Transport infrastructure, ICT readiness and labour force dynamics will also identify potential issues with a supply chain and the level of workforce skills.

Sustainability: Insights on key sectors directly related to the environmental sustainability of a country such as energy, water, pollution, environmental resilience, forest and biodiversity and food and agriculture help businesses to make strategic decisions in relation to environmental and sustainability trends, improve brand reputation and ensure long-term operations while ultimately growing the bottom line.

The briefings cover 103 countries and identify topics of crucial interest to planners, marketers and researchers.

Sustainability: Uganda

HEADLINES

PROSPECTS

The development of nuclear energy to remain Uganda’s focus
Undeveloped waste management system weighs on Uganda’s pollution stance
Ugandan government devotes resources to reverse historical deforestation
Sanitation improvements with the help of NGOs
Insufficient food supply to be further pressured by rapid population growth and refugee inflows
The establishment of a multi-million fund is on the way to facilitate coping with natural disasters

ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY INDEX

Chart 1 Energy Availability Landscape in Uganda Chart 2 Energy Efficiency, Security and Equity Landscape in Uganda Chart 3 Air Pollution in Uganda Chart 4 Waste and Water Pollution Landscape in Uganda Chart 5 Forest and Biodiversity Landscape in Uganda Chart 6 Water Availability, Equity and Security Landscape in Uganda Chart 7 Water Security and Efficiency Landscape in Uganda Chart 8 Food and Agriculture Landscape in Uganda Chart 9 Role of Agriculture in the Economy of Uganda Chart 10 Environmental Resilience Landscape in Uganda
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