(L-R) Min. for Works and Transport, Byandala, Sinclair, Events Director, PM Mbabazi, Amanda Basi, Events Manager,MoS Minerals,Lokeris and MoS Animal Industry, Bright Rwamirama after meeting at OPM Photo by PM
First lady meets Isreal investors 14 June 2014
First Lady Janet Museveni with some of the EMTCT stakeholders after their meeting on friday at the Presidential State Lodge Aru
Mbabazi is received on Friday at Wakiso District Headquarters during the lauch of A4T project as the LC5 Chairman Matia Bwanika (2nd Left) Swedish Ambassodar to Uganda Anders Anderson (3rd left)
Mbabazi and President China EXIM Bank,Li Ruogu(Centre) poses for photo with members of both delegation at the Office of the Prime Minister on Tuesday
PM Mbabazi (L) VP Ssekandi to address audience after opening Uganda nursing school Bwindi on Friday photo by PMPU
PM Mbabazi greets Emundu Kananura of UCDA, as Fredrick Kawuma Secretary General Interafrican Coffee Organisation looks on at OPM on Thursday Photo by PMPU
PM Mbabazi greets the UN Resident Coordinator,Ahunna Eziakonwa Onochie after meeting at the OPM on Monday photo by PMPU
President Yoweri Museveni has called on the US Government to help in developing Africa`s infrastructure potential like railway, electricity and roads in order to enhance its economic development noting that African countries have the potential and capacity to do things that can make them transform economically.
President Yoweri Museveni has directed officials from Uganda Wild life Authority and those of National Forest Authority who carry out eviction exercises to stop harassing and destroying the property of Ugandans, but to intensify sensitize programmes and ask them to leave prohibited areas peacefully.
Article by H.E. Yoweri K. Museveni President of the Republic of Uganda on A Part of the pre-colonial history of Rwenzori and Ankole regions 25th July 2014
The Peace, Recovery and Development Plan (PRDP) policy committee has strongly recommended that a successor program for PRDP 2 and its projects including Northern Uganda Social Action Fund 2 and agriculture livelihoods programme be designed to continue addressing the socio-economic challenges still prevailing in Northern Uganda and Karamoja. PRDP 2 is expected to end in June 2015.
Uganda can achieve its development goals if accountability is backed by a visionary Public Financial Management Strategy put at the Centre of our efforts, Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has said.
The First Lady and Minister for Karamoja Affairs, Mrs. Janet Museveni has commended the concept of public-private partnerships in improving the delivery of social services among communities.
Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has counseled young people to have self-confidence, be determined while aiming higher and remain focused in order to succeed in life. He said he saw no reason for anyone not to have an ambition and work hard to achieve it.
Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has decried the increased divorce cases in the country, something he attributed to modernization and failure to grasp the core principles of the marriage institution.