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Having 57 Years Independence

Today’s 09th October marks the 57th anniversary of our Independence. In the debilitating journey of 57 years we suffered many strokes, various conspiracies were hatched to undo the glorious event of 1962, here the governance was destabilized, our economy was strangulated, we were made politically paralyzed, socially isolated and every possible effort was made to make us comply with international dictations but we still survive. We have to identify and stand against all of those odds to make our country strong.


Mr. Willis Bashasha.


launches Internet connectivity project for West Nile and Karamoja

launches Internet connectivity project for West Nile and Karamoja

The government of Uganda through the National Information Technology, Uganda (NITA-U), with funding from the World Bank, is implementing the national backbone infrastructure and e-government infrastructure project to connect districts and towns across the country.

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Commissioned 10 factories Eastern region

Commissioned 10 factories Eastern region

This digital transformation will reduce poverty by 1% because it will employ Ugandans. We are proud to be a leading partner to the African Union on this Agenda. We also hope to build digital skills, digital payment systems and digital entrepreneurship,” he said. Earlier, President Museveni commissioned Koboko pipe water supply and sanitation project in Kochi village to supply Koboko town clean water

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Bulambuli Resettlement Project

Bulambuli Resettlement Project

The implementation of the Resettlement Plan followed the President’s directive in November 2018 after a second landslide had killed 53 people in Bukalasi Sub-County, Bududa District. While commissioning 101 housing units at Bunambutye Resettlement Camp in Bulambuli District yesterday, President Museveni expressed his happiness to see that finally, the people who had been affected by landslides had now seen and recognized the danger of staying in the areas that are prone to landslides.

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Agriculture is among the four key sectors highlighted in the Uganda vision 2040 that will greatly contribute to wealth and employment creation. Agriculture remains the main thrust of Uganda’s economic growth. The sector contributes 25% of national GDP and employs over 70% of Uganda’s population.


Overall, 86% of the population access healthcare within a 5 km radius an increase from 83% in 2012/13 (UNHS 2016). However, the pattern of access to healthcare is not uniform across the sub-regions. Over 34% of the people in Acholi, and 17% in Karamoja, Tooro and Kigezi still have to travel more than 5 km to access health care


First and foremost, we would like to reiterate the mandate of government’ in the Pre-Primary Sub-Sector. According to the Education Act 2008, Section 10 (2): Pre-primary education is to be run by private agencies or persons to provide education to children aged from two years to five years and the financing of that type of education shall be a responsibility of the parents or guardians. Government is responsible for Curriculum, guidelines, minimum standards, teacher-training, licensing, registration, and inspection.


the 2016-2021 NRM Manifesto, Presidential Strategic Guidelines and Directives and the NDP II. It covers: Power Sub-sector; Oil and Gas sub-sector; and Minerals sub-sector.


Overall rural water coverage increased from 67% in June 2016 to 70% in June 2018 and projected to reach 71% as at June 2019. In terms of village coverage, a total of 57,974 villages (as of June 2018) had at least one safe water source. As of today this figure is projected to be 58,500 villages.


Road transport is the most dominant mode of transport used in the Country, carrying over 95% of the total traffic (passenger and freight). There is still limited utilisation of air, rail and inland water transport modes for various reasons including under development of the sub-sectors. The Sector investment plans are premised on promoting a multi-modal transport approach to ensure complementarity among all the 4 modes to improve connectivity.


Tourism is making a significant contribution to Uganda’s Vision 2040 of transforming Uganda into a middle-income country. It has become a transformative force propelling and fueling economic growth of the country. Tourism has become an invaluable unifying force, bringing together people of different nationalities, religions, regions and professions for tourism experience.

ICT & National Guidance

The ICT Sector employs more than 1.3 million Ugandans Contribution of ICT sector activities to the real national GDP accounted for 9.8% in FY2017/18 compared to 9.6% in FY2016/17 while its contribution to Government revenue totalled shs. 946.4bn (6.5%) of total Gross Revenue collection in FY2017/18

Trade, Industry and Cooperatives

During the three years of the implementation of the NRM Manifesto, exports have increased from US$2.68 billion in the FY2015/16 to US$ 3.53 billion in the Financial Year 2017/18 representing a 31% increase.The imports increased from US$4.6 billion in the FY2015/16 to US$ 5.6 billion in the Financial Year 2017/18 representing a 19.7% increase.


Overall, 63.7 percent of the NRM Manifesto commitments are on track of which: 42.5% have been achieved and 21.2% are likely to be achieved, while 36.1% off track and only 0.2% was not assessed. On the 23 Strategic Guidelines and Directives, 73.6% are on track, of which 45.3 percent have already been fully achieved and 28.3 percent are likely to be achieved. On the other hand, 26.4 percent of the directives are off track.

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