DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

The key functions of the Department are:

  • Building foreign service capacity through training, research and career development.  
  • Promoting a professional, well trained, equipped and motivated career Foreign Service.
  • Promoting at  least a second AU / UN language, other than English.
  • Promoting unique aspects of Foreign Service including in the context of the Public Service Human Resources Development Policy. 
  • Pursuing enactment of a Foreign Service Act.
  • Interpreting Public Service Regulations, Standing Orders and Labour Laws.
  • Implementing the National Policy on gender, disability, HIV/AIDS
  • Coordinating recruitment, selection, placement, confirmation and transfer of staff in the Ministry
  • Orientation/ induction programme for the newly recruited staff
  • Planning human resources requirements for the Ministry
  • Administration salary Administration and Pay roll processing
  • Preparation of annual Personal Emoluments planning and Budgeting
  • Processing of Employee benefits and entitlements
  • Facilitation of training and skills development of staff

Highlights

President Museveni in Beijing-China for FOCAC Summit, 3rd-September 2018

President Yoweri Museveni has today (Sunday) arrived in Beijing to attend the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) summit that opens tomorrow, Monday the 3rd September 2018.


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MINISTERIAL STATEMENT ON THE STATE OF SECURITY BY THE HON. MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS , 27th-August 2018

Minister of Foreign Affairs Hon Sam Kutesa has addressed the diplomatic Corps on the security situation in the country following the arrest and detention of some members of parliament during campaigns in Arua Municipality bye-elections


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Speak one 'language' for a harmonious solution to Apaa conflict - President Museveni, 23rd-August 2018

President Yoweri Museveni has proposed a select committee of five members from each tribe of Acholi and Madi coordinated by the Rt. Honourable Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda to come up with resolutions on the Apaa land conflict within a period of three weeks. 


The President's proposal follows a meeting he held with the leaders of Amuru and Adjumani districts to harmonize on the two districts geographical boundaries that have caused a social conflict among the Acholi and Madi tribes for the last seven years leaving a trail of death and destruction among their communities. 


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