Accountability In Public Private Partnerships (PPPs)
This policy Brief interrogates the accountability framework for Public Private Partnership (PPPs) contracts in Uganda’s Universal Secondary Education (USE) policy implementation in terms of policy design, institutional set up and implementation practice. On the one hand, it addresses the question of whether the relevant government institutions have been accountable in ensuring a robust policy and supervision mechanism for PPPs in USE programme. On the other, it assesses the social and financial accountability practice in the implementation of USE PPPs. From the analysis, the policy brief discusses whether there can be effective accountability options for policy and practice regarding the current or future PPP arrangements in implementation of education projects in Uganda.