• FARM AFRICA: EMPOWERING WOMEN IN COFFEE THROUGH GENDER ACTION LEARNING SYSTEM

  • THANK YOU: The late Dr. Samuel Kisakye Mutumba

    The family of the late Dr. Samuel Kisakye Mutumba of Bunamwaaya Nfuufu, Wakiso district, express their sincere and heartfelt gratitude to all friends for the emotional, spiritual,material and financial support and comfort during the difficult time of daddy's illness and untimely passing.

  • VET4Africa Online Training

    Including theoretical and practical lessons on electrical engineering, renewable energy systems, photovoltaics and construction of a solar training system.

  • Compliance: More companies embrace digital tax stamps

    Uganda Revenue Authority in partnership with Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) introduced the Digital Tracking Solution (DTS) as a track and trace platform that sends production and importation data for specific products immediately, to both agencies. Godfrey Lugaaju writes.

  • E-receipting, invoicing system improving business efficiency

    To address tax administration challenges related to business transactions and the issuance of receipts. Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) introduced the Electronic Fiscal Receipting and Invoicing Solution (EFRIS). Daily Monitor’s Richard Luyombya, spoke to Mr Denis Ngabirano, the chief executive officer of Pslams Foods Industries. Below are the extracts.

  • Voluntary disclosure programme seeks to improve tax compliance

    Voluntary disclosure is a process where the taxpayer discloses information (tax liabilities, misstatements or omissions in their tax declarations) to Uganda Revenue Authority(URA) without being prompted by any action or threat of action by URA. Myra Miria Iris Ochwo writes.

  • DTS Aids Tax Administration

    Excise Duty is a tax imposed on specific goods or services produced, imported or provided within a country. The duty is computed as a percentage or specific rate on the sale, import or provision of goods or services. Excise Duty may be imposed to discourage consumption of specific goods, for public safety, environmental protection and to raise government revenue.

  • E-receipting, invoicing system to improve business efficiency

    The Electronic Fiscal Receipting and Invoicing Solution (EFRIS) is a government-certified smart business solution used to manage the issuance of e-invoices and e-receipts as well as stock movement. Daily Monitor’s Paul Murungi, spoke to Mr Ian Rumanyika, the acting commissioner public and corporate affairs at Uganda Revenue Authority (URA).

  • Digital Tracking Solution helping to curb illicit trade

    Uganda Revenue Authority in partnership with Uganda National Bureau of Standards introduced the Digital Tracking Solution (DTS) as a track and trace platform that sends production and importation data for specific products. Daily Monitor’s Paul Murungi writes

  • THE AFRICAN POST HARVEST LOSSES INFORMATION SYSTEM (APHLIS)

    In sub-Saharan Africa, postharvest losses of cereals can amount to as much as 31 percent of production every year. COVID-19 lockdown measures have increased the loss and waste of many food crops.

  • MASTERCARD FOUNDATION: SCHOLARS PROGRAM ENABLING NEEDY YOUTH TO ACQUIRE HIGHER EDUCATION

    Mastercard Foundation in partnership with Makerere University offer scholarships to academically bright but economically disadvantaged youth from Africa to study at the university.

  • MERCY COPS: BUILDING SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY RESILIENCE IN KARAMOJA

    Almost 80 per cent of livestock deaths are caused by tick-borne diseases and trans-boundary diseases such as foot and mouth disease that cause closure of livestock markets. Karamoja sub[1]region also has approximately 19 per cent of cattle in the country, approximately 40 per cent of the sheep population, and over 15 per cent of the goat population.

  • Enhancing Finance for the Greater Kampala Metropolitan Area

    On this day, Kampala Capital City Authority congratulates its long time European partners for the Europe Day, celebrating peace and unity. With the support of the European Union (EU) and sister cities, Kampala is working in unity with metropolitan local governments to achieve a resilient, inclusive and vibrant metropolitan development.

  • Manifesto Week: Gender Ministry makes great strides

    The mandate of the social development sector is to empower communities to harness their potential through skills development, labour productivity and cultural growth for sustainable and gender responsive development.

  • MINISTRY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS UGANDA: CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR INAUGURATION

    The Minister, Minister of State, the permanent Secretary, Management and Staff of Internal Affairs congratulate H.E Gen. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni for successfully winning the 6th Presidential term of office.

  • EUROPE DAY: CELEBRATING 71 YEARS OF PEACEFUL COOPERATION

    Empowering communities and civil society to demand for good governance in natural resources management

  • THE MOST TRUSTED DIGITAL CURRENCY & FOREX TRADING PLATFORM

    Bixo Trade is made up of a young team of financial experts who are focused on creating profitable Bitcoin and Forex investment solutions. From our CEO, Benjamin Gimson, our coder and day traders, to our night traders and support staff, we have many years of experience in the financial market and specialize in Bitcoin and Forex trading.

  • World Vision empowering communities to overcome coronavirus effects

    Mr Freddie Opoka, Covid-19 response director for World Vision Uganda shares with Daily Monitor’s Godfrey Lugaaju how the organisation quickly adapted to implement an emergency Covid-19 response, which enabled interventions that promoted good health practices, home learning, income generating activities, peace and protection for children.

  • HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS PROGRAM (HISP) UGANDA DRIVING IMPACT AND SUSTAINABLE INFORMATION SYSTEMS USING DHIS2

    HISP Uganda subscribes to and supports the broader HISP agenda of creating “networks of action” which seeks to strengthen collaborative action by learning and sharing information systems using the DHIS2 software. The global HISP network is a network of 13 in-country and regional organizations, providing direct support to ministries and local implementers of DHIS2 across the globe.

  • 25 years done: Nzuri Timber ushers in a new era of market growth for BFC

    BFC, The producer of high-quality timber and wood products in Uganda is celebrating its 25th Anniversary with the launch of the Nzuri Timber brand, which stands for unmatched quality, durability and value.

  • UGANDA REGISTRATION SERVICE BUREAU (URSB): NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC ON MARRIAGE REGISTRATION

    Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) wishes to inform the general public that all marriages conducted in Uganda MUST be filed with the Registrar of Marriages.

    The Bureau takes this opportunity to appreciate all Marriage Celebrants who are compliant. The public is hereby informed of the compliance status of Faith Based Organizations as at January 2021