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modern place in Kampala

Monster traffic will kill you

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in central of Kampala

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Geting fish in pole in Kampala

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We had good time

Celeb Night out

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Waiting for the bus all night

It was good Concert
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Bussines in Uganda


Uganda faced numerous challenges in 2008. The unrest in Kenya and the rise in fuel prices increased transport costs on the Mombasa port route and for rural produce sold in the cities. Manufacturers relying on diesel power generators further increased the oil import bill. The construction of the Karuma Hydroelectric Dam and the planned Bujagali Dam should reduce electricity shortages and the pressure on oil use.

Rising world food prices were on balance positive since the country is a net food exporter and much of the population does not depend on purchased food. The deepening world recession has, however, cut demand for Ugandan exports, reduced remittances and led to capital outflows. So far Uganda has withstood these shocks well but the full impact is likely still to come.

In 2008, growth was mainly driven by private consumption given its large share of GDP. Investment growth also remained strong, with private and public investment rising by an estimated 17 per cent and 15 per cent respectively. Private investment growth was led by construction. Consumption growth is expected to slow in the next two years, with private consumption falling from an estimated 8.1 per cent in 2008 to 5.7 per cent in 2009 before recovering to 7.3 per cent in 2010.

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Small business are struggling here in Uganda. But like African we still surviving to not go under water.
Robert, Uganda

It's improving as place to do business.
Samuel , Uganda

This's one of most liberal place to do business in Africa. But Don't involved in politic!
Abel , Uganda, Kigali

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Political in Uganda

Politic in Uganda

In 2006, in the first multi-party elections since President Yoweri Museveniís National Resistance Movement (NRM) came to power, the president was returned to office and the NRM won a majority in parliament. Since then, political activity has been minimal. There have been a few by-elections to fill vacant parliament seats, some of which have proved contentious with accusations of fraud between the ruling NRM and the opposition. Infighting has continued in almost all of the major opposition parties.

The government has moved to promote good governance by allowing civil society organisations to participate more in planning and the budget process. Decentralisation is progressing but the issue of funding for local governments remains problematic.

The Anti-Corruption Court was created in 2008 and an Audit Unit for government spending is being established in the Auditor Generalís office. Nevertheless, corruption is still perceived as widespread and the government has come under pressure to take action.

At the end of 2008, the war with the Lordís Resistance Army (LRA) broke out again when the armies of Uganda, Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) attacked the rebels in the DRCís Garamba National Park. The LRA leader Joseph Kony has refused to sign the Comprehensive Peace Plan that had been under discussion for two years, insisting that his indictment by the International Criminal Court (ICC) first be dropped. The fleeing rebels have caused severe instability in the DRC and in the areas bordering Sudan.

2011-Uganda's Yoweri Museveni has been declared the winner of presidential elections, extending his 25 years in power.

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This kangoro court that the goverment create for anti-corruption. This my question to the goverment how many case of corruption have been in court? specially members of goverment who are still the money of uganda people.
Don Mukele, Uganda

It's unbelieve!Yoweri Museveni declared myself another term in office. President for life. in Country nothing is changing poor education, no run water, lack of jobs. I don't see the point he's our president,
David , Uganda, London

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Usefull Information Uganda

Top Hotels

  • Kampala Serena Hotel
  • Cassia Lodge
  • Emin Pasha Hotel

Top restaurants

  • Sam's
  • Mamba Point
  • Haandi

Place to visit

  • Uganda Crafts 2000 Limited
  • Kasubi Tombs
  • Ruwenzori Mountains National Park

Internet Access

  • Uganda was one of the first countries in sub-Saharan Africa to gain full Internet connectivity
  • Both fixed-line operators, Uganda Telecom and MTN Uganda offer a range of data services including ISDN, ADSL and local and international leased lines
  • The introduction of UTL's Freenet service and a special Internet tariff countrywide have helped to increase Internet usage, as has the recent strong growth of the fixed-line networks and an explosion of the number of cybercafes.

Not to miss to see

  • Ruwenzori Mountains National Park
  • Ruwenzori Mountains National Park
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Uganda is small country in Africa but very advance in technology in contrast to other africa countries.

Unganda's moving very fast toward in technology in compare to others african Countries.

It was nice go to forest in Uganda to see the Gorilas

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