Analysing impact of the national development program (NDP) ii (human capital development) in Uganda: A case study of Katikamu North
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The research methods used in this research are purely quantitative. The questionnaire was widely used to collect the information used to find out the relationship between the variables under study. Secondary data constitute about 5% of the data used and the rest is primary obtained using the Questionnaire. The findings show that the government cannot achieve most of the targets of the NDP II since it is left with one F/Y that is 2019/20 to end it and the percentage left to cover the gap is quite large. For example, the government is targeting the HCI to be 0.70 by the end of NDP II but it is stagnant at 0.52 when the plan has only 12 Months to end. It is kind not realistic that they can cover up that gap within one year. The findings also indicate that income contributes the highest percentage on the HCI and it can easily be achieved in the shortest time possible unlike the life expectancy and the education index. For these two to be achieved they require some time to be achieved. So the government should look forward on to increase the incomes of the people may be through OWC.