Uganda Development Report

Its main work is to research economic, political and innovation information, analyze it & publish it both in prints and website of Uganda

Its motto is ‘’ Be part of it!’’

According to a research carried out by the IITC officials for a period of four years, we discovered that there is a lot of literature on economic and political development of Uganda; but it is scattered in different publications and as such, takes a lot of time to put it all together.

So IITC management came up with an idea of forming up this project to synthesize the people of this world.

Main objectives is to engage in, pursue and carry out the formal business of collecting, providing, publicizing and publishing respective information about the current Government in Uganda from all permissible and reliable sources.

Our people to have an extra layer of information through this kind.

To engage in, pursue and carry out the business of creating a positive awareness of Uganda to the general public in Uganda and the rest of the world through all relevant means normally undertaken by an information transfer center.

IITC/ hosts a number of research programmes that generate new knowledge that aims to be original, relevant and excellent. We also provide online services and publications that liberate existing research and make it useful to decision makers and students.

IITC publishes an array of publications and reports covering many research themes. Our series titles range from IITC Working Papers, IITC Research Reports, IDS Practice Papers and the easily digestible IITC in Focus Policy Briefings. All of these series titles are free to download.

We also publish our flagship title, the IITC Bulletin which brings together the latest thinking and research from programmes and events and presents them in an accessible way for development practitioners, policymakers and researchers.

We also have an online bookshop where you can purchase books and other publications written or edited by our researchers.

Our ten core services:

 QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH – Face-to-face, postal services, telephone interviews – UDR & UDR.

QUALITATIVE RESEARCH – Focus Groups, in-depth interviews, workshops.

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION SURVEY–Measuring customer satisfaction, with particular specialisation in satisfaction with the service provided by call centres.

DATA ANALYSIS – From simple cross tabulated data to complex interpretation of data relationships, we can help you get more out of your data.
MULTI-VARIATE ANALYSIS – Including correlation, regression, conjoint, cluster and factor analyses

ONLINE RESEARCH – Research is conducted via the Internet either by hosting a questionnaire on the client’s website or by sending a link via e-mail to a target database.

SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE DESIGN–A well-designed questionnaire motivates the respondent to provide complete and accurate information, and increases the likelihood of the research generating the required information.

NEW BUSINESS START UP RESEARCH–Research is imperative if starting up a new business or launching a new product. Research can inform the organisation on demand for the product or service, as well as information on competitors and pricing.

COMMUNITY SATISFACTION RESEARCH–To ascertain the key drivers of employee satisfaction and dissatisfaction within a company, to increase productivity and reduce staff turnover.

DESK RESEARCH – Where the information is collected using secondary data, e.g. newspapers, the Internet, company reports, authoritative sources.