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  • MAKERERE UNIVERSITY: 55TH Independence Day Celebrations
    The 9th day of October 1962 Changed the Life of Every Ugandan & the Country in the Most Fundamental Way. On this 55th Independence Celebrations, we extend our warmest congratulations and good wishes to the President H.E Dr. Gen. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, the Vice President, the Prime Minister, the entire Cabinet and to all Ugandans as we celebrate and commit to the memory of all those who gave their all for a free and independent Uganda.
  • DIGITAL IS THE WAY TO GO – UGANDA COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION: Happy 55th Independence
    As Uganda marks 55 years of Independence, the country established Uganda Communications Commission agency with a principal goal of developing a modern communications sub-sector and Infrastructure in Uganda, in conformity with the operationalisation of the telecommunications policy. Mr Godfrey Mutabazi, the executive director, spoke to Daily Monitor on a range of issues.
  • WORLD FOOD DAY: Youth Empowerment through Agriculture (YETA)
    YOUTH EMPOWERMENT THROUGH AGRICULTURE YETA strives to empower 26,250 youth between 15-24 Years through Agriculture using its "Learn, Engage, Build" model. It is designed to create long-term engagement by integrating numeracy, literacy and life skills with technical expertise in agriculture, business, entrepreneurship and management.
  • UGANDA POLICE FORCE (UPF): Happy 55th Independence Celebrations
    The Inspector General of Police, Management and Staff of Uganda Police Force wish to congratulate His Excellency The President of the Republic of Uganda Gen. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and commander in chief of the Armed Forces, Cabinet, Members of Parliament and the General Public when we celebrate the 55th Independence Anniversary. We note and appreciate the good governance which has fortified peace and stability enabling the current socio- economic transformation and development of Uganda.
  • National Environment Management Authority (NEMA): Happy Independence
    In line with this year's independence day theme that encourages a national spirit in hard work, resilience and commitment, NEMA has worked hard, along with oil companies and other stakeholders to ensure that the process of oil exploration and eventual development are sustainable. These process were supervised to ensure that they do not degrade the sensitive eco-system of the Graben; an area that doubles as Uganda's biodiversity hot spot and country's tourism heartbeat.
  • MINISTRY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT: Community Agricultural Infrastructure Improvement Programme
    CAIIP's goal contributes to NDP-II strategic objective of increasing sustainable production, productivity and value addition in key growth opportunities and that of increasing the stock and quality of Strategic Infrastructure to Accelerate the Country's Competitiveness.
  • MINISTRY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT: Increasing Income, Food Security and Reducing Vulnerability of Poor Rural Households in the Northern Region through Prelnor
    The Project for the Restoration of Livelihoods in the Northern Region (PRELNOR) being implemented in the 9 Northern Districts of Gulu, Kitgum, Lamwo, Agago, Pader, Amuru, Nwoya, Omoro and Adjumani by the Ministry of Local Government in partnership with relevant sector Ministries and Agencies such as MAAIF, MWE, MoWT, MGLSD, MTIC, MEMD, UNMA, NARO institutes, the District Local Governments, District Farmer's Associations & Traders Associations, and a number of specialized institutions has an overall goal of increasing income, food security and reducing vulnerability of poor rural households in the programme area.
  • NDEJJE SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL: Ndejje SSS Congratulates Ndejje University
    Ndejje Senior Secondary School board of governors, Parent s and Teachers Association, staff, old students, current students extend congratulations to the chancellor Dr Kisamba Wilberforce Kisamba Mugerwa, the vice chancellor Prof Eriab Lugujjo, staff and students of Ndejje University on this auspicious occasion of celebrating 25 years of existence. Ndejje SS feels proud to have been a witness of the initial stages of the founding and development of this great university.
  • NDEJJE UNIVERSITY: MESSAGE FROM THE VICE CHANCELLOR; 25 Years of excellence through Academics Sports and Innovations!
    The Theme for today's Graduation ceremony is, "Sustainable Capacity Building and Innovation as we celebrate 25 years of God's Grace." Thanks to the almighty God for this gracious occasion. Ndejje University's operational activities are enshrined in its vision. "To be a leading private Christian-based University in Uganda, offering quality academic and professional programs, and producing graduates of integrity." Our mission is "to provide Christian-based high quality and innovative teaching, research and outreach services."
  • UGANDA REGISTRATION SERVICES BUREAU (URSB): Business Registration now a Hustle-Free Service
    Business registration in Uganda has until recently been a nightmare for many business owners and investors. The process - was characterized by slow, manual and bureaucratic procedures. All the files were manually handled and kept together. This means that if you wanted your file retrieved it could take a whole week or more. In addition, registration was only done at the headquarters of the Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) Kampala.
  • SUSTAINABLE FINANCING OF THE RWENZORI MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK
    World Wide Fund Uganda Country Office (WWF UCO) recognizes sustainable tourism as a tool for development and is currently promoting the same in Rwenzori Mountains National Park and the surrounding landscape. The Rwenzori Mountains also known as the Mountains of the Moon is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with snowcapped peaks at the equator endowed with rich and unique flora and fauna as well as outstanding scenic beauty.
  • USMID : Uganda Support to Municipal Infrastructure Development
    Due to the current rapid ur- banisation in Uganda, it is estimated that in the next 30 years, half of the country's popula- tion will be living in urban centres. Unfortunately, the urban centres established before independence were not planned to cater for the increased population in urban cen- tres.
  • THE ASSOCIATION OF UGANDA TOUR OPERATORS (AUTO): HAPPY WORLD TOURISM DAY; "SUSTAINABLE TOURISM – A TOOL FOR DEVELOPMENT" HAPPY WORLD TOURISM DAY
    With a wealth of experience in Uganda's tourism industry since our inception in 1995, and now with a membership of 200 Tour Operators, the Association of Uganda Tour Operators (AUTO) stands as the only body bringing together tour operators in Uganda and the leading tourism trade association; a flagship of the country's leading and experienced, professional, reputable and most respected tour companieS.
  • MUNI UNIVERSITY: FOR PROVISION OF CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR DEVELOPMENT OF DETAILED DESIGN AND PRODUCTION OF BILLS OF QUANTITIES (BOQS) FOR MULTI-PURPOSE CENTRE
    Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture to enhance their qualifications. The form of association, where applicable, should be indicated in the Expression of Interest.
  • OXFAM IN UGANDA: INVITATION FOR BIDS
    Oxfam is an international NGO confederation which works in over 90 countries to find lasting solutions to poverty, inequality and injustice. In Uganda, Oxfam started work in the 1960s and since then it has continued implementing both development and humanitarian projects to support practical innovative ways for people to lift themselves out of poverty and thrive.
  • GROFIN : GROFIN WINS CFI.CO'S BEST SME SOCIAL IMPACT FINANCE AFRICA AWARD
    GroFin is a pioneering development financier specialising in financing and supporting small and growing businesses (SGBs) across Africa and the Middle East. It combines patient capital and specialised business support to grow SGBs in emerging markets. By generating employment, strengthening value chains and building markets, GroFin's investments bring about inclusive growth and improved living conditions in low and middle income countries.
  • RUTH ONIANG'O, CHAIR OF THE SASAKAWA AFRICA ASSOCIATION, WINS THE AFRICA FOOD PRIZE
    Hon Professor Ruth Oniang'o, Chair of the Sasakawa Africa Association (SAA) and Sasakawa Fund for Extension Education (SAFE), was awarded the 2017 Africa Food Prize, in recognition of her role as a leading voice on nutrition in Africa. The prize recognises the best examples of those using agriculture to transform people's lives and stimulate economic development, and this year received over 600 nominees. The prize was awarded on the 3rd day of the seventh African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF), which took place in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, from September 4-8th 2017.
  • JCRC celebrates CAP Accreditation
    The Joint Clinical Research Centre (JCRC) has been accredited by the highly prestigious and reputable College of American Pathologists (CAP), putting it at the same level of quality as the best laboratories in the world. JCRC was started by President Museveni in 1991 as an HIV/Aids care and research institution to provide a scientific approach to the national HIV/Aids challenge.
  • National Council for Higher Education
    List and Contacts of Recognized Higher Education Institutions in Uganda
  • Dairy Farming transforming farmers' lives in western Uganda
    Dairy farming in western region has been carried out on the traditional model based on social prestige that praises quantity over quality. In many farming communities, one was considered successful basing on the big number of cattle he had than what he gained from them. In fact, most indigenous dairy farmers in the region had not considered keeping cattle as a business, hence continued to have poor quality animals.
  • RAINBOW INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL: CELEBRATING THE SUCCESS OF RAINBOW INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
    The Chairman, Board of Directors, Management and Sta Congratulates the Class of 2016-17
    Principal's Message: "The results of 2016-17 are remarkable and a credit to our excellent students and teachers. The effort and preparation put in by them has been exemplorary and all the hardwork has now paid dividends. Our results are consistently high, and this is all down to our dedicated and professional teaching staff and the well rounded and disciplined young adults they teach."
  • 4th Annual, Quality implementation conference: "Transforming Health Care through Leadership, Innovation, and Accountability"
    The Ministry of Health (MOH) has long prioritised assuring and improving quality of care for all people in Uganda. Since 1994, we have worked hard to ensure there are formal structures in the health care system to assure, improve, and foster quality of care in all health facilities across the country. In 1994, the Ministry of Health established the Quality Assurance Programme to support quality health service delivery in our decentralised

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