Global civil society activity in Kampala, Uganda
Local UIA Partner
Uganda Convention Bureauwebsite: http://utb.go.ug
Uganda Convention Bureau is the unit within Uganda Tourism Board set up to focus on growing the MICE sector in Uganda.
Its fundamental role is to offer impartial advice, guidance and support to international meeting and event planners through every stage of planning. UCB plays an important strategic role in supporting Government goals for MICE tourism, increasing the country’s market share and thus helping drive the economic development agenda forward.
A member of both ICCA and SITE, Uganda Convention Bureau adheres to international best practices for Convention Bureaus providing advisory services, pre- and post-bid support, destination expertise, event planning support and on-site services to clients.
Organizations based in KampalaCommunity Based Impact Assessment Network for Eastern Africa
Federation of University Women of Africa
East African Centre of Excellence for Renewable Energy and Efficiency Est. 2016
Eastern Africa Action Network on Small Arms
Community Health and Information Network Est. 1998
NGO Commonwealth Women's Network Est. 1991
Banana Research Network for Eastern and Southern Africa Est. 1994
Sudan Consortium Est. 2004
Southern and Eastern African Trade Information and Negotiations Initiative Est. 1996
Africa Freedom of Information Centre Est. 2006
GBV Prevention Network Est. 2003
East and Horn of Africa Human Rights Defenders Network Est. 2005
PAMOJA Africa Reflect Network Est. 2002
Collaboration on International ICT Policy-Making for East and Southern Africa Est. 2004
Partnership for African Environmental Sustainability
Pan African Development Education and Advocacy Programme Est. 1997
Pan African Movement Est. 1994
African Centre for Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture Victims Est. 1993
Great Lakes Institute for Strategic Studies Est. 2013
Global Rights Alert Est. 2007
African Federation of Private Schools Associations Est. 2014
African Child in Need
African Centre for Global Health and Social Transformation
Past Events in Kampala
2022 International African Palliative Care Conference – African Palliative Care Association
2022 Triennial Conference and Council – Global Fellowship of Christian Youth
2022 Annual International Conference – African Theatre Association
2022 Africa Continental Congress – International Society of Paediatric Oncology
2021 Annual Meeting – African Trade Insurance Agency
2021 Annual African Dairy Conference – Eastern and Southern African Dairy Association
2020 Annual African Dairy Conference – Eastern and Southern African Dairy Association
2020 Triennial World Conference – World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts
2020 New Breaking new grounds to accelerate access to water and sanitation for all in Africa – African Water Association
2020 Meeting – Sustainable Sanitation Alliance
2019 Annual General Meeting – International Federation of Surgical Colleges
2019 Stakeholder Conference – Regional Network of Agricultural Policy Research Institutes
2019 International Conference on Tax in Africa – African Tax Administration Forum
2019 African Population Conference – Union for African Population Studies
2019 Africa Regional Conference – International Federation of Social Workers
2019 Conference – Association of Schools of Public Health in Africa
2019 Uganda International Oil and Gas Summit
2019 Plenary Conference – Commonwealth Women Parliamentarians
2019 Annual Plenary Conference – Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
2019 Biennial Pan African Literacy for All Conference – International Literacy Association
2019 Technical Meeting to Promote an Exchange of Views on the Further Development and Implementation of the Integrated Strategy to Address Decent Work Deficits in the Tobacco Sector – International Labour Organization
2019 African Tea Convention – East African Tea Trade Association
2019 African Hepatitis Summit – World Hepatitis Alliance
2019 Africa Internet Summit – African Network Operators Group – AFRINIC
2019 African Regional Conference – World Organization of Family Doctors
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