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Inter-Africa Coffee Organisation officials, PM Dr Rugunda, Rhoda Tumusiime of AU Commission and Minister Bucyanayandi at the Annual General Assembly at Serena Hotel, Kampala (Photo by James Budeyo )

PM Rugunda recieving an Artistic impression of Kuwait in the past from Amb.Rashed at OPM (L) Finance Minister Kiwanuka & Saudi Arabia Amb.Ssemuddu(R)

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

PM Dr Rugunda with heads of Anti-corruption agencies launching the Anti-corruption strategy at hotel Africana on Tuesday( Courtesy photo)

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

PM Dr Rugunda poses for photo with Human resource practitioners at the Human resources reveal event at Kampala Serena Hotel (Photo by PMPU)

PM7@Dr-Rugunda swears in as PM

Current Issues

President urges youth to embrace government programmes for wealth creation

President Yoweri Museveni has called on the youth to embrace government programmes aimed at empowering them through wealth creation by engaging in productive economic sectors.

Trade, investments best for Africa, Western relations – President

President Yoweri Museveni has said that the best relationship between Africa and the Western World is in trade and investments.

UNRA is becoming a problem – President `Warns against frustrating investors’

President Yoweri Museveni has said the Uganda National Roads Authority was becoming a problem and that despite the progress in the road infrastructure development across the country, the Authority that receives Shs. 1,700 billion per annum mainly for the construction of tarmac roads has nothing much to account for the funds it has been receiving.

President Museveni for four day state visit to U.A.E.

President Museveni has left for a four day state visit to the United Arab Emirates at the invitation of President Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

Latest News


The First Lady and Minister for Karamoja Affairs Janet Museveni has asked telecommunications regulator, Uganda Communications Communication (UCC), to launch a national awareness campaign on cyber security to educate children and parents on child online protection. Janet Museveni was speaking at the closure of the two-day Africa Child Online Protection Summit at Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort where she was the chief guest on Tuesday.


The First Lady and Minister for Karamoja Affairs Janet Museveni has advised residents in Kayunga district to ensure that they work hard and fully utilize the available resources around them to fight poverty in their families. Mrs. Janet Museveni was on Saturday at Kitimbwa C/U Primary School in Bbaale County Kayunga District where she presided over celebrations to mark 15 years of Kitimbwa Child Development Centre a Project funded by Compassion International.

Church of Uganda Martyrs Museum construction at Namugongo starts: Rugunda pledges government support

The Uganda Martyrs Church of Uganda Namugongo has started construction of a Martyrs Heritage Centre, estimated to cost thirty six billion shillings. It is intended to create a one stop International Tourist Centre in memory of the Christian Martyrs who were killed for their faith, during the reign of Kabaka Mwanga 11.

PM Rugunda hails Kasanga Catholic Church parish for the twelve years achievements

Prime Minister Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda has hailed Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Kasanga Catholic Parish, for the physical achievements over the period of twelve years and challenged other Church institutions to emulate their success story. The Premier was addressing parishioners and well-wishers of Our Lady of Mt. Camel Kasanga Catholic Church, who had congregated to celebrate the parish’s twelve years anniversary. The day was also used to celebrate the day of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel and the parish’s physical achievements.