ABOUT GOVERNANCE SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL
Governance Systems International (GSI) is a multi-disciplinary consulting firm with a continental transformative vision of tackling Africa’s development challenges. GSI offers solution oriented consulting services to national/sub national governments, private sector companies and CSOs in Uganda and other African Countries.
Our multidisciplinary staff and associate professionals work as a network of renowned specialists in the technical areas of Decentralization and local governance, Public Finance Management, Water and sanitation, Environment and natural resources, Solid Waste Management, Agriculture and food security, Energy and Transport infrastructure, Cities and Urban development and private sector development. We support our clients at all levels of project cycle management from identification, formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development projects and programs putting into consideration social, economic, gender and environmental challenges.
GSI implements long term and short term projects and programs funded by European Commission (EC), World Bank, GIZ, KfW, DANIDA, AFD, European Investment Bank (EIB) and other local and international organizations.
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GSI is a fully registered consultancy firm in Uganda with;
Registration number: 128390, Tax Identification Number (TIN): 1000947798, PPDA Registration Number: PRV/SRVCS/4122/OCT/15, National Social Security Fund (NSSF) number: NS079611NAK, UNGM Registration number: 394657 and USAID D-U-N-S Number: 850547445.
GSI is also registered by Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU) on the National Supplier Database (NS-11153/18/0154) as a service provider under the oil and gas sector for 2018. GSI is prequalified by the Uganda’s Ministry of Local Government (MoLG) to provide consulting services for training and capacity building of Local governments in Uganda for 3 years (2017/18-2019/2020). GSI is also prequalified by the MoLG to provide consulting services for the following: Local Government Studies, environment assessment, feasibility studies including poverty, development and rural transformation for 3 years (2017/18-2019/2020).