Introduction

The Cooperative movement has been in Uganda for a century now and is very much alive, with many Ugandans in the different sectors especially farmers benefitting from cooperatives. Co-operatives play an important role in the socio-economic development through the creation of jobs, improvement of member income, enhancement of agricultural production and productivity, the promotion of value addition and social stability.

Ministers statement on Status of cooperatives January 2016

Cooperative Statistics 2016

The Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives Hon. Amelia Kyambadde will brief the media about the latest developments in the revitalization of Cooperatives including value addition initiatives through the One Village One Product Project, storage and market access for cooperatives. The briefing will take place on Monday January 25th, 2016 at 11:30 am at the Media Center.Updates will be posted

 

MC 10 Nairobi kenya December 2015

The donor community in the World Trade Organization (WTO) has reaffirmed their commitment to supporting the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) in the WTO including Uganda to fully integrate in to the global trading system and fight poverty through aid to trade. This was during the Pledging Conference for phase 11 of the Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF) that preceded the Tenth WTO Ministerial Conference that is opening in Nairobi, Kenya on Tuesday 15th, 2015 at Kenya International Conference Center.

Ministers from 161 countries are meeting again for the 10 time to discuss the future of the Doha Round of the World Trade Organization (WTO) that was launched in 2001. For the first time, Africa is hosting the WTO Ministerial Conference, which is the top most decision making body of the WTO.

The Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF) is a multi-donor trust fund promoted by the WTO, which provides financial and technical support to build trade capacity in all 48 LDCs including Uganda. It is a unique global partnership dedicating to support the LDCs to use trade as a tool for economic growth and poverty reduction through job and income opportunities.

Birunga Diary Factory is located in Nyakabande village, Kisoro district in Western Uganda. The factory which is privately owned by a one Basangwa processes between 15,000 liters to 20,000 liters of Highland fresh milk per day, packed in sachets of 500ml. Read More BIRUNGA DIARY FACTORY

Birunga Diary Factory is located in Nyakabande village, Kisoro district in Western Uganda. The factory which is privately owned by a one Basangwa processes between 15,000 liters to 20,000 liters of Highland fresh milk per day, packed in sachets of 500ml. Read More BIRUNGA DIARY FACTORY

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