Governing synergies and trade-offs with SDG6 in Uganda: a global to local study of Water and Sanitation in Uganda

Project: PhD

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Description

The PhD position is part of the larger “Governing SDG interactions” project, which aims to support inclusive and effective SDG implementation in East Africa by investigating how SDG interactions can be better governed across sectors and levels. This project will analyze how governance mechanisms for cross-level and cross-sector alignment (including inter-departmental alignment, donor–recipient alignment, inter-donor alignment, and public–private alignment) can transform a fragmented SDG governance context into an inclusive and effective polycentric governance system that allows trade-offs to be addressed and synergies to be built between SDGs.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/07/22 → …

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