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African Center for Trade and Development (ACTADE) was initially established in November 2000 as a technical discussion group for trade related issues. At the time, trade discussions were dominated by International negotiations and international actors, thus the need to have a domestic and indigenous voice. It was established for the purpose of influencing and facilitating the development and promotion of trade and sustainable development through generating innovative policy ideas and policy alternatives in order to address both short and long term public policy challenges in the ever changing global, regional, national and local contexts.

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Our Programs

Here are our programs

Participatory Budgeting

Participatory Budgeting

ACTADE under this program will take a comprehensive approach to continue building on activities which support inclusive budget formulation and implementation.

Trade Empowerment

Trade Empowerment

ACTADE under this program focuses on promoting the development of domestic trade in Uganda

Climate Change Action

Climate Change Action

ACTADE under this program explores and identifies effective tools to reduce the vulnerability of the country to climate change action

News and Updates

Why oversight structures are important in the implementation of government programs!

Government has yet again introduced another dev…

Private Sector Forum: Why Corporate Social Impact Investment Matters!

The Private Sector Forum was organised in partnership with Konrad Adenauer…

Green Growth Summit: Re-thinking business strategies to promote green growth

Uganda launched its National Green Growth Development Strategy in 2017 to gui…

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