March 4, 2024

Isingiro district declared the best performing local government in the country, Kalaki is the worst performing

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The Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja while launching the report asked local government leaders to use the findings of the assessment to improve service delivery.

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KAMPALA

Isingiro District local government has emerged as the best performing local government in the country for the 2022 assessment by the office of the Prime Minister.

The National Dissemination of Local Government management report on service delivery performance assessment was launched by the Prime Minister of Uganda Robinah Nabbanja at Hotel Africana in Kampala.

The findings were announced by Gonzaga Mayanja, commissioner monitoring and evaluation in charge of local government at the office of the Prime Minister (OPM).

Godfrey Muwonge Kasanga, the Kibaale district Chairman (left) with Yosia Ndibwami Bahunga the Kagadi district Chairman during the dissemination session at Hotel Africana in Kampala on Wednesday.

Isingiro garnered 89% of the score on all parameters.

Mayanja says that many parameters were based on to come up with the best performing local governments.

Mayanja also announced Kalaki as the worst performing local government scoring only 24%.

The Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja while launching the report asked local government leaders to use the findings of the assessment to improve service delivery.

The Isingiro district LC 5 Chairman Aaron Turahi attributed the success of his district to team work and being focused.

Richard Rwabuhinga, the LC V chairman Kabarole district who also doubles as the chairperson ULGA says that the central government should play its role and facilitate the local governments to deliver services as expected.

Danstan Balaba, the Chief Administrative Officer Buikwe district who represented the Chief Administrative officers, says that districts should learn from the findings.

The districts that performed well are Isingiro in first position followed by Kiruhura came second and Ibanda was the third.

Story by OPM Press

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