Improvement of public services for more equitable economic growth in secondary cities in Uganda

Mbale and Gulu are two cities facing the challenge of accelerated growth and large populations living in urban settlements with difficulty accessing basic public services. Several urban actors narrate in this audiovisual by CAD Productions the efforts, public, private and derived from civil society, to ensure the inclusion of all residents in the city.

The material shows how several of its residents develop social entrepreneurship initiatives to provide their communities with clean water, electricity, and income through the development of local businesses.

“Improvement of public services for more equitable economic growth in secondary cities in Uganda” was filmed in the framework of the Economic Equitable Development program, which implements Cities Alliance (UNOPS) in several cities in Africa and Asia, to support equitable access to public goods and services by all citizens and formal and informal businesses in cities.