Reading: Uganda Survey Published!

09 OCT
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Good news! The Uganda Survey was published last October 8, 2012. We would like to thank all of our participants for joining the salary surveys and contributing to the utility of the surveys for all.

33 organizations in Uganda participated in the survey, reporting data for 742 incumbents. The survey participants include:

ACDI/VOCA Amnesty International
CARE Catholic Relief Services
ChildFund International Compassion International
Concern Worldwide  Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
Habitat for Humanity Health Partners
Heifer International ICCO
Infectious Disease Institute International AIDS Vaccine Initiative
International Justice Mission Intrahealth International
Makerere University Walter Reed Project Medical Research Council (MRC)
Plan International Rakai Health Sciences Program
Right to Play International RTI International
Saferworld Save the Children
Sightsavers International SNV
Terre des Hommes Netherlands Traidlinks
WaterAid World Vision International
World Wildlife Fund

Each country survey includes a two-part report, with market data for base pay, fixed allowances, short-term incentives and in-kind benefits (such as meals, transportation and recreation). The survey report also includes prevalence information for benefits such as retirement and medical plans; insurance programs; family benefits; and leave benefits. A summary of the local Social Security and Labor Law, Income Tax and Exchange Rate history is also featured.

If you would like to know more about NGO Local Pay surveys or to purchase any any of our recently published surveys, please contact us!



    • cesaryricksevillajr Reply

      HI Sunitha, the survey price is 595 USD which includes a 2 part detailed report containing your data and comparing it against the survey market. Kindly click the registration tab and you’ll be guided on how to participate in this survey. Thank you for your interest!

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