We welcome you to the new website for the Ministry of Trade Industry and Cooperatives. The Ministry website has helped to enhance ICT tools Usage within the sector. I urge all the stakeholders and the affiliated institutions to use the website as it contains information about the Ministry...Read more...
MANDATE The department is responsible for policy formulation, planning and coordination of cooperatives development. FUNCTIONS The main functions of this department are to: i) Initiate and formulate policies, legislation and strategies for cooperatives development; ii) Supervise...Read more...
INTERNAL TRADE The National Trade Policy envisages implementation through five year rolling National Trade Sector development plans. The first National Trade Sector Development Plan covering 2008/9 – 2012/13 has been developed. This plan gives a schedule of implementations in line...Read more...
The Ministry of trade industry and cooperatives has released New Trade Licensing Guidelines for Non citizens for calender Year 2014;
The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives is implementing a Regional Integration Implementation Program (RIIP) funded by COMESA with support from the European Union. The overall objective of the RIIP program is to ensure effective integration of Uganda into the COMESA and promote the country’s competitiveness with a view to increasing her regional trade and investments. The Ministry seeks to recruit two officers to support implementation of the RIIP program. details: RIIP vacancy Announcement
The Ministry of Trade, Industry and cooperatives (MTIC) received funding from the Swedish Government to implement a five year comprehensive programme – “Quality Infrastructure and Standards Programme –QUISP” The programme seeks to develop a market-driven, holistic and coordinated institutional framework for the Ugandan Quality Infrastructure and Standards framework; which supports trade, industry, health, safety, consumer protection and a sustainable environment while at the same time promoting use of best practices in the production and service sectors.
The overall programme objective is to: promote the use of quality infrastructure and standards so as to improve the competitiveness of Uganda’s products, processes and service delivery systems in domestic, regional and international markets.
The Ministry therefore seeks to recruit the services of the qualified persons to fill the following project vacancies;click here for more QUISP VACANCIES SEPT 2013
This year marks 100 years of the cooperative movement in Uganda;
The celebrations will be held in Masindi Boma grounds on 27th September;
This years theme is 'Cooperative enterprise remains strong in time of crisis'.