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TOGO TAKES IFAD TOP JOB

Tuesday, 21st February 2017
Officially endorsed by the African Union, Gilbert Fossoun Houngbo, Deputy Director-General in charge of operations and partnerships at the UN International Labor Organization, was duly elected President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) on 15th February, 2017.

LEARNING AND TEACHING: COMMERCIAL DIPLOMACY BY ROME MISSION

Tuesday, 21st February 2017
As part of commercial diplomacy as well as strengthening relations with all countries of its accreditation, Uganda Embassy in Rome has embarked on an outreach programme to selected regions in these countries. 

SLOVENIA COMMITS TO DEEPENING TIES WITH UGANDA

Tuesday, 7th February 2017
President Borut Pahor of Slovenia has extended his greetings to all countries with whom Slovenia has diplomatic ties; assuring them of his commitment to deepen existing ties.

ROAD NETWORKS AS PATHWAYS TO ECONOMIC GROWTH

Monday, 6th February 2017
The key role played by a comprehensive and coherent road network in structural transformation is driving Uganda to construct bitumen surface roads in many parts of the country.

UGANDA'S BACKBONE INFRASTRUCTURE ADEQUATE TO STIMULATE INDUSTRIALIZATION

Friday, 6th January 2017
In his New Year Message, President Museveni has extended an invitation to investors to take advantage of the peace in the country and the improving infrastructure; which lead to reduced costs of doing business. 

MATTARELLA CALLS FOR INVESTMENT IN AFRICA

Monday, 26th December 2016
In this year's annual Christmas message to diplomats in his capital of Rome, President Sergio Mattarella has underlined the value of investment on the African continent.

WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME IN SDGS' GEAR

Friday, 16th December 2016
The World Food Programme is set for the 14-year SDGs journey, at the end of which no person anywhere, at any time on the Planet, should be hungry or lack food or adequate nutrition.

SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA AND THE PARADOX OF STARVATION IN PARADISE

Friday, 16th December 2016
Africa will not attain food security, better nutrition and sustainable agriculture, if the Continent continues to rely on primitive technologies in her agricultural sector.

VICTORIA HOSPITAL SEEKS TECHNOLOGY COLLABORATION IN ITALY

Wednesday, 30th November 2016
Dr Chirag Kotecha has set up a 100-bed medical facility offering first class health care in Uganda.

KYAMBOGO TO BE AFRICA'S CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR WELDING

Thursday, 24th November 2016
Kyambogo University (KU) is set to become an international welding specialist institution, thanks to its collaboration with Instituto Italianodella Saldatura or Institute of Italian Welding (IIS), based in Genova.