Through the policy and advocacy program, PSFU continuously engages in policy dialogue at national and international level.
PSFU is involved in extensive consultations and stakeholder engagements, enhanced research and analysis, improved policy dialogue with various partners and increased participation in various foras including; budget sector working groups; the Presidential Investors’ Roundtable (PIRT) East African Community (EAC) engagements, Prime Ministers’ Forum, Presidential Economic Council (PEC) and other stakeholder engagements. Through these foras, a lot has been achieved including;
- Strengthened Public Private Partnerships (PPPs)
- Improved Government response to key Private Sector concerns
- Increased interest, awareness and participation by the Private Sector in national, regional and global trade issues and negotiations.
- Local and regional recognition in Uganda Government and other Countries like; Rwanda, Tanzania, Burundi, Kenya, Southern Sudan and Development Partners).
pdf Private Sector Position Paper on Visa Requirement for Ugandan and South African Travelers (266 KB)
pdf Private Sector Position Paper on the FY 2023 2024 Tax Bills Presented to Parliament 19 April 2023 (342 KB)
pdf Private Sector Position on the Excise Duty Amendment proposed by Parliament on Bottled Water 2023 (220 KB)
pdf Private Sector Position Paper on AfCFTA Presented to the Secretary General AfCFTA 15 May 2023 (203 KB)
pdf Private Sector Position Paper on Permits for Uganda's Milk Exporters to Kenya 25 May 2023 (2.66 MB)
pdf PSFU Report and Position on South Sudan's Holding of 63 Ugandan Cargo Trucks destines to SS in Nimule (391 KB)
pdf Private Sector Position Paper on the Income Tax Amendment Bill 2023 Returned by HE the President (264 KB)