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Economic Justice & Social Protection Business & Human Rights Right to Education Right to Health Report

Curb Illicit Financial Flows to Fund Quality Public Social Services in Uganda

This report discusses illicit financial flows (IFFs) in the Ugandan context, its manifestations and how to curb it. It seeks to contextualize the notion of IFFs and how they affect the realization of economic and social rights and particularly public services. It posits that a more sustainable recovery from the economic effect of the COVID-19 pandemic requires curbing IFFs to mobilise domestic resources to finance strong quality public services.

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