RETREAT FOR MINISTERS, MINISTERS OF STATE, PERMANENT SECRETARIES, ULGA & CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS.
Took place on 17th - 18th Jan 2014
Prime Minister Mbabazi is received at Nyamirama Subcounty headquarters in Kanungu district during the tour of his Kinkizi West constituency (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 Amama Mbabazi (2nd left) cheers traditional dancers at Kihihi sub county headquarters, Kanungu district (Photo by James Budeyo)
Prime Minister Mbabazi (stripped shirt), Bishop Zoreka and Woman MP Karungi with participants who graduated with computer skills in Kayonza sub county, Kanungu district (Photo by James Budeyo)
First Lady Janet Museveni and Chinese Ambassador at State House Nakasero on Tuesday
Seated (L-R) Retired CJ Odoki,Ag. CJ Steven Kavuma, PM Mbabazi & Principal Judge Bamwine pose for photo with Judicial officers.
First Lady Janet Museveni and Ambassador Kristian Schmidt shake hands after meeting at State House Nakasero. Looking on on the right is Karamoja State Minister Barbara Oundo , Mr Bogdan Stefanescu on the left and KALIP Officials.
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
President Yoweri Museveni has hailed President Joseph Kabila of the Democratic Republic of Congo upon the successful operation of the Congolese army in flashing out the ADF rebels in the Eastern part of the country.
President Yoweri Museveni has praised the Ecumenical Movement for not only preaching the word of God but also showing their followers the right direction in terms of social and economic development.
President Yoweri Museveni has joined other heads of States and Governments to attend a meeting on Peace and Security focusing mainly on the security situations in Central African Republic (CAR), South Sudan and Egypt among others at the ongoing 22nd AU Ordinary Session of the Assembly in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Fundamental human rights enshrined in the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda, 1995 include the right to freedom of speech and of expression. For journalists, this freedom derives from our obligation to inform, educate and entertain in good faith.
Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has directed sector ministries and departments responsible for small and medium enterprises to devote more time and resources to supporting these entrepreneurs whose contribution is more than 80% of the country’s gross domestic product.
Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has said Government has put in place measures aimed at creating an attractive environment for potential investors and strategic partners.
Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has applauded the African Development Bank for its commitment to supporting infrastructure development in Uganda.
Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has explained that the recent decision of the World Bank and other development partners to delay budget support will retard some programmes but the government will ensure priority areas are not adversely affected.