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Hon. First Lady and Minister for Karamoja Affairs receives a book from a visiting team at the Office of the Prime Minister
Rt. Hon. Deputy Prime Minister shares a chat with a Chineese Delegation at the Office of the Prime Minister.
Addressing the 7th PMC meeting for the Review of the Implementation of the PRDP Programme.
She informed the meeting that the face of Karamoja was slowly but steadily changing for the better. ‘Only three years ago over 75% of households in Karamoja were dependent on food hand-outs for their existence. Now we have less than 10% who are vulnerable to food insecurity’
The Minister of State for Teso Affairs Hon. Christine Amongin Aporu is responsible for Providing Political leadership, and oversight to the implementation of the Teso Development Programme.
The Hon. Minister of State for Northern Uganda is responsible for Providing Political Leadership towards the Peace Recovery Development Program (PRDP).
Promoting Peace, dialogue aimed at resolving armed conflict in Northern Uganda, Ensuring effective implementation of Government Programmes in the region,
Together with the U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission, Virginia Blaser and representatives from the Karamojong Peace Committee
PM Mbabazi (2nd R) with MoS for Economic monitoring,Henry Banyenzaki(L) and Representative of US Ambasador, Karen Klimowski ins
Prime Minister Mbabazi launches the distribution of relief items to survivors of the Bududa landslide tragedy.
He is accompanied by the Hon. Minister of State for Disaster Preparedness and Relief Musa Ecweru.
For more information on the relief efforts please visit the Resource Center.
Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi on Thursday joined leading scientists in Africa who converged at Makerere University for the BBC Science Africa Debate in a live broadcast on the BBC World Service. BBC, a British media house has been celebrating the role of Africa in Global Science with its first ever Science Festival in Uganda. The Festival that opened on Sunday climaxed on Thursday with the debate codenamed “What if?” in the university’s Freedom Square.
The Government of Uganda through Office of the Prime Minister is organizing an international evaluation week that will take place in Kampala on 4th-7th March, 2013. The theme for the Evaluation Week is : THEME “ENHANCHING EVIDENCE BASED EVALUATIONS FOR POLICY MAKING IN UGANDA”-The Need and Role of Effective Evaluation Systems for service delivery
In their on-line article last week, The Daily Mail’s Sam Greenhill and Daniel Martin claimed that £10m (UShs 42bn), a joint donation from UK, Ireland, Norway, Denmark and Sweden to Uganda’s Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) wound up in private bank accounts of Mr Amama Mbabazi.
The Prime Minister, Amama Mbabazi, has assured residents living within the high risk areas along Mt. Elgon that the Government will strive to ensure they are moved to safer areas.
Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has launched the Government Communication Strategy with a call to ministries, departments, agencies and local governments to always embed communication in their programmes for systematic, targeted and coherent dissemination of public information. The function was at Hotel Africana in Kampala today (Tuesday). The Prime Minister’s Press Unit was there:
Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi is back from London where he joined world leaders from over 50 countries at the high level nutrition summit to commit Governments to tackle the challenge of malnutrition among children and pregnant mothers. The G8 Summit that took place over the weekend was co-hosted by Prime Minister David Cameroon of United Kingdom, Brazil’s Vice-President Michel Temer and the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation in London on Saturday.
The Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has urged religious leaders to use the power of the pulpit to preach positive change in society in a non- partisan manner for the peaceful co-existence of all the country’s stakeholders. Mbabazi said religion forms the bedrock in the human person on which all virtues, ethical values and behavior are established, adding that the church need to strengthen its efforts in preaching the gospel, Christian values and conscious discipline to curb criminal acts such as corruption in society, money laundering and drug trafficking which will cripple our economy.
The Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has hailed the Italian Government for working closely with the Government of Uganda and contributing towards the economic development of our country. Accompanied by his wife Jacqueline Mbabazi, the Premier who was the chief guest at the 67th Italian Republic National Day at the Residence of the Italian Ambassador in Kololo said the historical relationship between the two countries has grown from strength to strength.