This component aims to streamline the burdensome process of business registration and licensing.
The objective is to reduce the burden for businesses in dealing with registration and license procedures by creating an online-one stop-shop for business registration and an e-registry for business licensing.

The transformational nature of land administration reform is important for private sector development in Uganda. Successful land administration reform will improve the attractiveness of Uganda for investors while protecting the land rights of local communities.

Tourism is one of the fastest growing sectors in terms of its potential to attract investments and create jobs with a total contribution estimated at US$1.7 billion, representing 9.0% of GDP.

The CEDP Matching Grant Facility aims to improve enterprise capacity by facilitating beneficiaries (including MSMEs) access to matching grants of up to 50% towards the use of sector-specific Business Development Services (BDS) and improving quality standards at the firm level.