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First Lady Janet Museveni with the delegation from Restore International and Volunteers from USA and Canada who paid a courtesy call on her at State House Nakasero on Wednesday. Behind on the left is Ambassador to Oliver Wonekha and on the right is Bob Go

Dr Rugunda, flanked by UNDP's Eziakonwa-Onochie, Finance Minister Kiwanuka and Finance PS Muhakanizi, launches the Poverty Status Report 2014 at Speke Resort, Munyonyo on Friday. (Photo by James Budeyo)

First Lady Janet Museveni welcomed by the UNAIDS Coordinator Musa Bungudu,Minister of State for Primary Health Sarah Opendi, WHO Representative Dr Wondimagnehu Alemu and U.S. Agency for International Development Lisa Godwin at Budondo Sub county for the E

Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda (right) with Hon Sam Kutesa, the President of the United Nations General Assembly (second from left) after a dinner the Prime Minister hosted for Hon Kutesa at Serena Hotel, Kampala on 7 January 2015. Left is the General

First Lady Mrs Janet Museveni in the centre with Professors Fredrick Semazzi and Lian Xie from North Carolina State University and Jonny Zhou of CCCC on the left, and on her right are Agnes Namitala, Mrs Alice Kaboyo and Zhang Weidong General Manager of

First Lady Maama Janet Museveni and Nnabagereka Maama Sylvia Naginda with the overall best Ekisaakaate student Davis Ssenyomo who received a laptop from Nnabagereka and ADVISES ON PARENTAL CARE AND GUIDANCE

RT Hon. Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda meeting a group of investors from Ashok, a UK based company, at The Office of The Prime Minister in Kampala.

Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda in Voice of Kigezi Studios in Kabale on 14 January 2015 speaking about the visit of President Yoweri Museveni to Kigezi region.

Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda receives President Yoweri Museveni to Kabale on 14 January 2015. Here, the President launched the tarmacking of a stretch of road in Kabale Town.

President Yoweri Museveni listens to a tea farmer from Kitumba, Kabale district on 14 January 2015

Current Issues

Museveni to witness SPLA `symbolizing’ agreement in Arusha

President Yoweri Museveni has today left for a one day working visit to Arusha, Tanzania to witness the signing of a ‘symbolizing’ agreement between the warring Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) factions.

Call for Papers: UGANDA EVALUATION WEEK 2015, KAMPALA, UGANDA

Call for Papers: UGANDA EVALUATION WEEK 2015, KAMPALA, UGANDA Theme: Quality Evaluations for Accountable Service Delivery

Statement by Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda on Mukono-Katosi Road issues

I have been following closely, reports about the controversies surrounding the construction of Mukono-Katosi Road. The interest of Government is to ensure effective delivery of services to the people of Uganda,and value for money for every penny of public funds spent on implementation of Governmnent programmes.

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MUSEVENI DONATES 50 MILLION SHILLINGS TOWARDS COMPLETION OF SDA CHURCH OFFICE BLOCK

President Yoweri Museveni has urged the Church to be at the forefront of the struggle against all forms of oppression and marginalization of the weak and vulnerable groups, as well as all other forms of corruption in the country.

YOUTH CHALLENGED TO BECOME INNOVATORS AND CHANGE AGENTS USING ICT

Youth have been challenged to use Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) to innovate and find solutions in agribusiness, health, tourism and other key sectors of the nation’s economy.

PRIME MINISTER RUGUNDA CALLS FOR PROFESSIONAL SPORTS

The Prime Minister, Dr Ruhakana Rugunda has appealed to sports men and women to aim at turning professional in order to reap economic benefits from their talents. He said financial rewards from their victories should compel them to invest in their country.

FIRST LADY ADVISES ON EFFORTS TO FIGHT FGM AND CHILD MARRIAGES

“We have to continue working with the elders in Karamoja to mobilize the communities to understand that the female genital mutilation practice and child marriages primarily affect them and the future of their children”, she said adding that “if we want to change the people’s quality of life, we must work with the people themselves”.