Ministerial Policy Statement For Lands, Housing and Urban Development VOTE 012 & 156 FY 2009/10 | Land Portal
Lands, Housing and Urban Development VOTE 012 & 156 FY 2009/10
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Date of publication: 
Junho 2009
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107
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The Ministerial Policy Statement is split in two main sections; Section A, which provides an overview of performance and plans for the Ministry, Central Votes and local governments and Section B, which provides past performance and future plans for each Vote Function in detail, in addition to Cross Cutting and other Budgetary Issues.

• Section A: Ministry and Vote Overview .

This section provides an overview of past performance and future plans, firstly for the Ministry and then for each Central Vote and Local Governments, where relevant. It sets out key details, including strategic priorities for the coming year.

• Section B: Past Performance and Future Plans By Vote Function

This section of the Ministerial Policy Statement expands on section A and provides greater detail of past performance and future plans for each Vote Function (and comprising projects and programmes); in addition to Cross Cutting and other Budgetary Issues for the Vote.

• Section C: STAFF ESTABLISHMENT STRUCTURES

This section provides details of approved staff structure for each programme and project (including names of staff and vacant posts). This is clearly demonstrated in the form of an organogram

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Uganda Land Commission

Roles and Functions of Uganda Land Commission

The 1995 Constitution Art.239 lays out the functions of ULC as to hold and manage any land in Uganda vested in or acquired by Government of Uganda in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and such other functions as may be prescribed by Parliament.

The Land Act, Cap 227 (sec 49) lays out the functions of ULC as follows;

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Uganda Land Commission

Roles and Functions of Uganda Land Commission

The 1995 Constitution Art.239 lays out the functions of ULC as to hold and manage any land in Uganda vested in or acquired by Government of Uganda in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and such other functions as may be prescribed by Parliament.

The Land Act, Cap 227 (sec 49) lays out the functions of ULC as follows;

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