The challenges of urban management in Uganda

https://doi.org/10.22146/ijg.2216

Buyinza Mukadasi(1*), Muhammod Nabalegwa(2)

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Abstract


The urban areas in Uganda are increasingly getting under pressure from a rapidly growing population. The challenge of a growing population has coincided with the central government policies that favour rural districts more than urban areas.
The challenges that the urban areas face include the problem of two populations (the night and day time); high generation of garbage; poor revenue base; a growing informal sector; growing squatter settlements; deterioratingwater quality; and the limited institutional capacity to provide the required urban services. Financial resource mobilisation has been inadequate due to high costs oft= administration, low institutional capacity for enforcement, and a general public apathy to tax payment.

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Urban area, population, rural districts, government policies

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