The Chamber together with our President Club Member Coca-Cola Beverages Africa and our Vice President Club Member, Raxio Data Center recently joined forces to provide a free training on HR Best Practices. As the training came to a close, we opened up the floor for a Q&A session which you will find here

“RippleNami Uganda is deeply committed to doing business in Uganda and Africa. We look forward to connecting with like-minded AmCham members." - Jaye Connolly-LaBelle, CEO of RippleNami Uganda

"Our team of professionals possess the talent, industry knowledge and legal expertise necessary to deliver solutions which are faster, better and more cost-effective in order to ensure client satisfaction at every level. We take the time to understand your business and what matters to you. Our lawyers create business - enabling solutions that cover all aspects of Ugandan law and that are...

Implementation of these regulations have received mix responses from the public at large due to infrastructure challenges prevailing in the country as well as the expectation of the authority to manage stock module in the system for traders and manufacturers in the country.

It was amazing to see people happy, mingling & breaking the ice. One of the attendees intimated that “It was my first event since lock-down & it was such a breath of fresh air to relate to like-minded people".

“I left Uganda as a teenager and now I am hoping to be able to settle back and this has been motivating me for the past few years. However, America will always be a second home for me because my immediate family reside there,” say Henry Kevin Wava.

In Africa, democracy's progress has been uneven to say the least and to be specific we can zero into a country like Uganda, whose presidential elections are running in parallel to the US.

Did you know that WHERE you vote is more consequential than WHO you vote for in America? Only the U.S. has a system in which voters elect a body of “electors” whose sole function is to actually choose the president.

“First of all I am a foodie, so anything that has to do with food, I am all for it.” She says. As an efficiency expert Meg’s goal is to internationalize the flavors that Ugandan farmers have to offer.

Youth Leading Environmental Change (YLEC) is a Ugandan based organisation whose program focus areas are Climate Change, Clean Energy, Food Security, Environmental Art and technology as well as Waste Management.