Government of the Republic of Uganda Presidential home

Uganda has experienced a number of changes from the time when it was declared a British Protectorate in 1860. A number of developments have occurred in the areas of social, economic and political establishment. However the area that has seen significant changes is the political governance of Uganda.

Since 1962, when Uganda attained he independence from the British Uganda has so far seen a total number of 7 Presidents with 8 regimes.

This site will provide you with information about the structure of the government of Uganda, offices and addresses of the officers in the various ministries.

If you are looking for comprehensive source of information about Investment opportunities in Uganda, hot tourist attractions or simply you just want to know about the different peoples of Uganda, this site will be valuable. We have tried as much as possible to ensure that whatever is contained on this site is authentic and updated as a true representative ofUganda today.

We do believe that we all have a big part to play in bolstering the peace, democracy and development that our country has been able to achieve since 1986. We do therefore see this web site as another effort to provide information about the operations of Uganda government freely and easily.

The Movement System of Government

The Movement system means pluralism-in-unity, in other words, pluralism without factionalism. There has been political harmony for large period of the Movement governance system in Uganda, based on all-inclusive national organizational structures, democracy has been achieved without the risk of unhealthy polarisations. This has given the country time to develop a healthy foundation for multi-partyism .

The movement system under President Museveni has created history of our country, a legacy which will remain in the minds of all people of Ugandaand the world in general.

The leadership has enjoyed succession of elected president, with victories after victory.

Find out more from the state house website. http://www.statehouse.go.ug/