This is to present to you our May edition of our monthly e-magazine, The Presidency. The monthly e-publication highlights the major engagements of His Excellency the President for the month, and is one of our Open Government initiatives to bring Government closer to the citizens. In the month of May the President hosted a
Foreword: Allow me first of all to congratulate you and your deputy on your recent election to the position of the Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the Parliament of Uganda, respectively. In accordance with Article 52 (2) of the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda, the Uganda Human Rights Commission is mandated to publish periodic
Uganda has a tripartite political system composed of Executive, Legislature and Judiciary. The Executive is the biggest arm of Government and is headed by the President, with 22 Ministries; over 100 autonomous or semi-autonomous agencies established by various acts, statutes and executive orders; 30 foreign missions and 146 Local Governments. The second arm of Government
The purpose of this newsletter, the GCIC Newsletter, is to empower you as a citizen with information, regarding the different activities, projects and programmes that the Government has undertaken in your area, so that you can benefit from them or participate in their monitoring to ensure value for money.
On April 28, I delivered the inaugural Tumusiime-Mutebile Memorial Lecture at Makerere University. During the lecture, I commented about the unfinished business the former Bank of Uganda Governor left behind and would want us to address to propel Uganda to the level he and all of us want it to get to.
Mandate To support and manage agricultural input distribution chains, promote strategic commodity interventions, agricultural chain development and farmer access to agricultural financing. Location: Plot 5 Kyadondo Road, Block B, Legacy Towers, Nakasero, Kampala – Uganda Website: naads.or.ug
Mandate: To coordinate, oversee and guide agricultural research in Uganda. Goal: To enhance the contribution of agricultural research to sustainable agricultural productivity, sustained competitiveness, economic growth, food security and poverty eradication. Location: Plot 3, Lugard Avenue, Entebbe P.O. Box 295, Entebbe, Uganda +256 -41- 320178 firstname.lastname@example.org Website: naro.go.ug
Mandate: To play a leading role in the commercialisation of animal breeding activities in Uganda and also carry out development activities that enhance animal genetic improvement and productivity. Plot 96-108, Nsamizi Road,P.O.Box 183, Entebbe-UgandaWebsite: nagrc.go.ug