Parliamentary Committee Reports

Joint Women Affairs and Gender Report on Impact of Women Microfinance Bank In Empowering Women Since Inception

ORDER OF APPOINTMENT FOR THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEES AND THEMATIC COMMITTEES
ORDERED IN TERMS STANDING ORDER NO. 18:
1) At the commencement of every session, there shall be as many Committees to be designated according to government policy as the Standing Rules and Orders Committee may deem fit.
(2) Each select committee shall be known by the portfolio determined for it by the Standing Rules and Orders Committee.

 

Portfolio Committee on Primary & Secondary Education: Report on Benchmarking Visits fo Kenya, Zambia & Ghana on Education Financing [SC 16, 2022]

This report was presented to the National Assembly by the chairperson of the Portfolio Committee, Hon T. Moyo, on Tuesday 19th July 2022.

The full report is downloadable below.

The following passages are from the last page of the report:

17.0 Recommendations

REPORT ON THE BENCHMARKING VISITS BY THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON BUDGET FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TO THE PARLIAMENTS OF RWANDA 17TH – 22ND OCTOBER 2021 AND GHANA I3TH TO 17TH NOVEMBER 2021

Note by Veritas:  This report was presented to the National Assembly by the Committee Chairperson on Tuesday 8th March 2022.   It was adopted by the  National Assembly after debate. 
 
INTRODUC

REPORT OF THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON DEFENCE, HOME AFFAIRS AND SECURITY SERVICES ON VETERANS OF THE LIBERATION STRUGGLE BILL [H.B. 15, 2019.]

1.0 INTRODUCTION
1.1 The Committee on Defence, Home Affairs and Security Services had the opportunity to analyse the War Veterans Bill, [H.B 15, 2019] which was gazetted on the 1st of September, 2019. The Committee received mixed views on the Bill.

Report on the Status of Border Posts - Portfolio Committee on Defence, Home Affairs and Security Services

  1. INTRODUCTION.

There was a general outcry regarding smuggling of goods and precious minerals, human trafficking, delays in processing of travelling documents, rampant corruption and illegal exit and entry into the country, at various border posts. This has resulted in Government losing taxes and duties accordingly, hence, impacting negatively to economic development.

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