Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi being briefed at the Exhibition during the first National Nutrition Forum in the CHOGM Gardens on Tues, Dec. 3, 2013 (Photo by James Budeyo)
IGAD - First Lady calls for new approach on Karamoja
Mrs Janet Museveni, German Ambassador(in black suit) and other dignitaries taken through the baking proess at the Energy saving
Hon Janet Museveni cuts the tape at the commissioning of Kaigenoi Vallet tank in Amudat District with EU Head of Operations
Hon. Janet Museveni greets Dr. Robert Limlim. Looking on Deputy IGG George Bamugemereire, LC5 Moroto Mark Musooka and Moroto RDC Nahaman Ojwee.
Permament Secretary Guwatudde Kintu signs a declaration of commitment during the first National Nutrition Forum at the Office of the PM on Tues, Dec. 3, 2013. (Photo by James Budeyo)
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.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon recieves PM Mbabazi at the UN headquaters in New York
PM Mbabazi presenting Uganda's political and financing commitment to scale up nutrition at the Nutrition for growth event
Senior Presidential Advisor Jacqueline Mbabazi, Ambassador Yali, Prime Minister Mbabazi and Mrs Yali after cutting a cake at the China National Day celebrtaions at the Chinese Embassy in Kololo
In the Letter of the Week to the Editor in the Saturday Vision of October 26, 2013 the National Forum of People Living with HIV/AIDS Networks in Uganda (NAFOPHANU) disparaged Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi, under the title “Mbabazi’s comments on ARVs are absurd”.
The Luwero-Rwenzori Development Programme (LRDP) was the first programme specifically designed to address challenges of the liberation war and Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) insurgency. It made an effort to cover almost all the development challenges in the Luwero-Rwenzori sub regions. The programme intended to cover all sectors from economic improvement to health, education, water, Information and Communications Technology, roads and peace building.
As part of the resumption of the dialogue between the Government of Uganda and Development Partners, following the misappropriation of funds in the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) ajoint review ofGovernment's performance in the fiscal year 2011/12 took place.
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.
At least 2,600 families who were displaced by the Osukuru phosphates project in Tororo district, eastern Uganda are to receive a goodwill gesture of over Shs 2.5bn as they wait for their compensation packages.
The Government and indeed the people of the Republic of Uganda have learnt with profound shock and deep sadness of the passing on of former President Nelson Madiba Mandela, an iconic Global Leader, inspiring African Freedom Fighter and the first Black President of the Republic of South Africa.
Cabinet has approved a new proposal to reform the public service for improved customer care and cost-effective service delivery, Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has disclosed.
Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has called for legal reforms to introduce harsh punishments for corruption convicts, saying that would go a long way to eliminate the vice.