We have learnt with deep sorrow the untimely death of Mr. Amirali Karmal (Mukwano).

The nation has lost a diligent business leader who contributed immensely to the development of Uganda. He initiated various Companies, including Mukwano Group of Companies. The late Amirali has been a leading entrepreneur who sustainably managed his business. He strongly advocated for empowering locals with inputs, especially in the tea and sunflower sub-sectors. The late Amirali believed in value addition as the best way to sustain and grow the economy and he loved Uganda where he left a legacy.

On behalf of the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives, and on my own behalf I send our heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family.

We spiritually join you in prayer that the almighty God gives you strength to bear the grief.

May his soul rest in eternal Peace.

Amelia Kyambadde (MP)

MINISTER

Regarding Lwakhakha bills, Element H would be floor finishes. It is removed because all concrete floors shall be power floated 
Therefore it should be ignored on the summary page.
 

Clairification on the Business Export Zones Tender documents;

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Clarification on Construction of two Warehouses for Katuna and Busia,a commercial building for Oraba and a central market for Lwakhakha Border export Zones.

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Uganda adopted a Border Export Zone Program (BEZ) in 2010 to address its constraints as a landlocked country and improve her competitiveness in the regional market especially with regard to the supply of agricultural and non-agricultural products to her neighbors. With Regional Integration Implementation Program Project II support, numerous activities have been undertaken towards operationalization of this Program. Activities include; promotion of value addition, mobilizing and training of stake holders on trade and trade related issues, the establishment of clusters, and preliminary activities for the infrastructure construction; activities such as, preparation of designs, bills of quantities, documentation and currently advertisement/call for bids for the construction etc.

In respect to construction, the Ministry held and information meeting on the 21st June 2019 at the Ministry board preceding the compulsory site visits to be held on the 24th June 2019 at all site.

The meeting was attended by 24 participants from different companies

Detailed Report

 Uganda Export Promotion Board Uganda Warehouse Receipt System Authority Management Training and Advisory Centre Uganda National Bureau of Standards Uganda Industrial Research Institute