The Launching of the State of Uganda’s and World Population Reports 2011 took place on 26th October 2011 at Imperial Royale Kampala.Hon. Maria Kiwanuka, Minister of Finance planning and Economic Development officiated at the function.
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The Population Secretariat with support from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) announces the Media Awards 2011 for coverage of population and development issues. These issues include Reproductive Health, Gender, Population growth, Environment, Education, Migration, Urbanization, Human resource and employment. Entries are invited from journalists in the print and electronic media to compete for these […]
World Population Day 2011 national function was held in Kayunga district on July 11, 2011, under the theme: “Uganda at 33; Time to Act”. The main celebrations were attended by over 800 comprising policy makers, government technocrats, district leaders, civil society representatives, development partners and the genaral populace. The function was presided over by Hon. […]
Launching the Nation Population Policy Action Plan will take place on Thursday May 19, 2011 at Statistics House Conference Hall, starting at 3:pm. NB:It should be noted that attendance is strictly by invitation.
Launching the State of Uganda Population Report 2010 took place on Wednesday 20th October 2010 at Imperial Royal Hotel. This year’s theme was, “Population and Sustainable Development; Emerging Challenges, Opportunities and Prospects”
The national celebrations of the 2010 World Population day were sucessfully hosted by Nebbi district under the theme: Plan for a quality population because everyone counts.
This took place at Sheraton Kampala Hotel on 26th November 2009. The National Theme was: “Addressing the Effects of Climate Change on Migration Patterns and Women.” The function was presided over by Hon. Syda Bbumba, the Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development. Over 500 people attended the function including Members of Parliament, Government officials, […]
The national celebrations were successfully hosted by Katakwi distrct under the theme: “Empowering Communities to Overcome Challenges of Poverty.” The main celebrations were attended by over 1500 comprising policy makers, government technocrats, district leaders, civil society representatives, development partners and the genaral populace. The function was presided over by Hon. Beatrice Wabudeya, Minister for Presidency.