Reading: Uganda Survey Published!

25 OCT
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Good news! The Uganda Survey was published yesterday October 24, 2011. We would like to thank all of our participants for joining the salary surveys and contributing to the utility of the surveys for all.

26 organizations in Uganda participated in the survey, reporting data for 1,811 incumbents. The survey participants include:

Amnesty International Catholic Relief Services
Compassion International Concern Worldwide
Doctors with Africa CUAMM FARM-Africa
Global Rights Heifer Project International
ICRC International Justice Mission
Lutheran World Relief Management Science for Health
Mission Aviation Fellowship Mothers2Mothers
Oxfam GB Plan International
Restless Development Right to Play
RTI International Self Help Africa
Sense International Sight Savers International
VSF Belgium VSO Jitolee
Water Aid World Vision

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!



  • Hannah Swan Reply

    Dear sir/madam,

    i would be very interested to know more about these surveys and potentially purchase some of the details. I am looking for salary scales in the East African region, particularly Uganda.

  • Barbara Reply

    i would be interested accessing, reading the results and use the data to negotiate for salaries in future.I just need to know what the market offers for certain positions in Uganda

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