Policy Documents for Uganda’s Oil and Gas Sector

 

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The Technical Vocational Education and Training Policy 2019

Government recognizes that effective technical skills are vital for the individual, enterprise and the economy since they lead to self-reliance at the family level, increased productivity, profits and higher incomes for the nation.
The TVET Policy therefore, is to support the creation of needed employable skills and competencies relevant for the national transformational labour market as opposed to just acquisition of educational certificates. It targets all Ugandans in need of skills for employment. The Policy emphasizes a flexible workplace-oriented (practical) delivery when juxtaposed with the theoretical knowledge acquisition under the current general education system and it shifts TVET management from the government led to Public- Private Partnerships (PPP) delivery.

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Popular Version of the National Oil and Gas Policy for Uganda, 2017

Popular Version of the National Oil and Gas Policy for Uganda, 2017

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The Oil and Gas Revenue Management Policy for Uganda, 2012

The Oil and Gas Revenue Management Policy for Uganda, 2012

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The National Oil and Gas Policy for Uganda, 2018

The National Oil and Gas Policy for Uganda, 2018