The COVID-19 pandemic has had mixed impacts on conservation and the environment in Uganda, as everywhere in the world. Some of the positive signs have included wildlife returning to places they used to live, feed, or nest in. Air pollution and carbon dioxide emissions have also fallen rapidly,
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 19/06/2020
The staff of the European Union Delegation to Uganda, together with EU Member States’ missions and EU institutions in Brussels, mourn the untimely death of Esther Nakajjigo, who passed away on 13th June following a tragic accident in Utah, USA. Esther, commonly called Essie, was known as the Uganda
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 17/06/2020
Although the European Union is one of the most affected regions in the world, it is firmly committed to assist its partner countries in their efforts to meet the urgent health and humanitarian needs caused by COVID-19.
Author: Press and information team of the Delegation to UGANDA - Publication date: 01/06/2020
In accordance with recommendations of the Government of Uganda, the European Union and the World Health Organisation aimed at limiting the spread of covid-19, the European Union Delegation to Uganda is currently conducting most of its operations via teleworking. These precautionary measures are
Author: Press and information team of the Delegation to UGANDA - Publication date: 27/03/2020
The Government of Uganda, the European Union and the United Nations launch three-year programme to eliminate violence against women and girls, harmful practices, and addressing related aspects of sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Author: Press and information team of the Delegation to UGANDA - Publication date: 11/03/2020