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President Museveni’s Stance on Corruption and Celebrating Achievements

During a celebration of his 38 years in leadership, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni addressed the issue of corruption in the country. He identified key individuals such as Permanent Secretaries, Chief Administrative Officers (CAOs), Town Clerks, and Gombolola Chiefs as...

NARO Partners with KOICA to Boost Vegetable Seed Production in Uganda

The National Agricultural Research Organisation (NARO) has partnered with the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) to launch the VegeSeed project, aiming to enhance vegetable production in Uganda. This project involves the development of new vegetable varieties and the strengthening...

Understanding Citizenship in Uganda: Birth and Naturalization Explained

Citizenship in Uganda is defined by the 1995 Constitution and the Uganda Citizenship and Immigration Control Act. There are two main paths to citizenship: through birth and naturalization. Citizenship by birth is granted to individuals born in Uganda with at...

President Museveni welcomes global regulators, urges innovation and safety in the ICT sector

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni represented by the Vice President Jessica Alupo opened the Global Symposium for Regulators-2024 at Speke Resort and Convention Centre, Munyonyo, Kampala, on July 2, 2024. The event, organised by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), brought together...

President Museveni urges families to create wealth at the Inter-Religious Family Festival

June 29th, 2024: President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has emphasised the importance of wealth creation for families, stating, "A family must have wealth. If you have a head of the family who is not a wealth creator, we don't refer...

Protecting Uganda’s Wetlands: A Collective Responsibility

The National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) of Uganda has embarked on a mission to restore the country's wetlands to their former glory. Wetlands are vital ecosystems that provide numerous benefits, including rainfall formation, biodiversity conservation, water quality improvement, flood...

Uganda’s oil and gas sector celebrates World Environment Day with a commitment to sustainability

In commemoration of World Environment Day, the Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU) and licensed oil companies gathered at Mpasana Town Council grounds in Kakumiro District to highlight their dedication to environmental safeguards in the oil and gas (O&G) sector. Minister...

FY 24/25 National Budget: 72 trillion appropriated

The overall resource envelope for Fiscal Year 2024/25 is Shillings 72,136,504253,466 (=) trillion. FY2024/25 Overview Domestic revenues are Shs 31.982 trillion, including Shs 29.366 trillion in tax revenue and Shs 2.616 trillion in non-tax revenue. Budget support: Shs 1.394 trillion. Domestic borrowing is...

What to expect in the national budget for FY 2024–25

The Ugandan government, through the Ministry of Finance, Planning, and Economic Development, is set to present its budget for FY 2024–25, marking the final implementation year of the 3rd National Development Plan. The budget for FY2024–25 retains the theme of...

Uganda celebrates the 2024 World Day Against Child Labour

Today, June 12, 2024, Uganda is observing the 2024 World Day Against Child Labour. The global theme for the day is "Let us Act on Our Commitments: End Child Labour!" Hon. Balaam Barugahara Ateenyi, Minister of State for Gender, Labour,...
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NEW VISION KING OYO CALLS FOR COMPULSORY VOCATIONAL SKILLING Page: 2 Summary: “Integration of vocational skills training in secondary schools is the...