Uganda’s Accountability in PFM: Local Governance and Health Service Delivery
Dec 02, 2019 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Kandole Patrick has worked for the public service of Uganda for over 18 years in top management positions in the Ministry of Local Governments, (MoLG), Ministry of Finance Planning and Economic Development (MoFPED), in the public Finance management discipline. For over 20 years he has been engaged as a Public finance management specialist consulting for governments and agencies in Uganda, Somalia, under programs involving; the USAID, DFID, UNDP, DANIDA, KfW, World Bank, African Development Bank, ICEland Aid. Involvement has focused on research, evaluation in; financial planning/ policy formulation, resource mobilization and allocation issues, budget implementation and accountability, oversight and scrutiny.
Additionally, he has been engaged extensively in capacity building training in financial and people management Capacity building locally in Uganda, Zambia, South Africa, Swaziland, Southern Sudan, Somalia and Tanzania. He has developed a number of manuals on Revenue mobilization, Public finance management, Auditing and accountability, revenue mobilization action planning and retirement planning.
He has participated in a number of international and national conferences relating to various aspects of financial management in Washington, DC, Paris in France, and Birmingham in the UK.
Kandole is a Certified Public Accountant of Uganda, with a Master’s degree in development finance from Birmingham university in the UK and an Honors degree in Commerce. He has attended other trainings in which he obtained Diplomas in Modern Management, Business Accounting and Human Resources management.