ICT AND COMMUNICATIONS DIVISION

Head of Department: Mr Charles Nabimara
Contacts: Tel: +256-414-349310
Direct: +256-414- 340139
Fax: +256-414-232874

The functions of this Division are:

  • Promoting ICT as a major catalyst for foreign policy execution. 
  • Cascading the national E- Government Strategy in the Ministry operations. 
  • Promoting an integrated communications system linking Headquarters, Missions abroad and key stakeholders.
  • provide guidance on the Process of Reporting envisaged in the Communication strategy
  • Coordinating and facilitating internal communication
  • Up-dating information on the Ministry's website
  • Developing, updating and ensuring the E-mail system for all staff at headquarters and Missions is operational and effective.
  • Improved information flow between Headquarters and Missions.


ICT & Communications Staff Members

Members Name

Title

Email

Mr. Charles Nabimara

Ag.Assistant Commissioner / ICT Head of Department 

charles.nabimara@mofa.go.ug

Mr. Dusabe Patrick

Systems Analyst

patrick.dusabe@mofa.go.ug

Mr. Arthurnasius Amanyire

IT Technician

arthurnasius.amanyire@mofa.go.ug

Mr. Fahad Mugga

Camera Man

fahad.mugga@mofa.go.ug  

Mr. Denis MulimaAss. Camera Mandennis.mulima@mofa.go.ug  


















Highlights

STATEMENT ON THE ALLEGED CLOSURE OF THE UGANDA BORDER WITH RWANDA, 14th-March 2019

Uganda wishes to refute allegations that it closed its borders with Rwanda. Since 28th February 2019 when the Government of Rwanda issued an advisory against travel of its nationals to Uganda, flow of traffic from Uganda to Rwanda has been continuing normally as detailed below

SPEECH DELIVERED BY PRESIDENT YOWERI KAGUTA MUSEVENI AT THE AFRICA NOW CONFERENCE 12TH -13TH MARCH 2019, 12th-March 2019

We first need to understand what is meant by transformation. In the 1960s, economists were talking about growth and development.  Growth was supposed to mean quantitative expansion of the respective sectors e.g. grow more coffee, cotton, etc.  Development was a term that implied some qualitative changes ? propelling the economy and society to a higher level....

UGANADA HANDS OVER 70 EX-23 COMBATANTS TO DRC, 27th-February 2019

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs on behalf of Government of the Republic of Uganda on 26th Febuary 2019, facilitated the repatriation of over 70 EX-23 Combatants  and 10 dependants to  the Government of the Republic of the Democratic of Congo. The Ceremony took place at Entebbe International Airport.
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