Global civil society activity in Kampala, Uganda
Kampala is the capital and largest city of Uganda. The city proper was estimated to have a population of 1,680,800 people on 31 July 2019 and is divided into the five boroughs of Kampala Central Division, Kawempe Division, Makindye Division, Nakawa Division, and Rubaga Division.
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From UIA's International Meetings Statistics Report
Kampala is ranked #177 over a 20 year period,
with 248 meetings since 1998.
2018Kampala is ranked #327 in 2018, with 3 meetings.
Organizations based in Kampala
PAMOJA Africa Reflect Network Est. 2002
Postharvest Processing Network Est. 1999
African Women's Economic Policy Network Est. 1993
Inter-University Council for East Africa Est. 1980
NGO Commonwealth Women's Network Est. 1991
Collaboration on International ICT Policy-Making for East and Southern Africa Est. 2004
Association of Parliamentary Libraries of Eastern and Southern Africa Est. 1994
Eastern Africa Action Network on Small Arms
Partnership for African Environmental Sustainability
Union of National African Paediatric Societies and Associations Est. 1979
Banana Research Network of Eastern and Southern Africa Est. 1994
International Law Institute - African Centre for Legal Excellence Est. 1997
East African Association of Investment Promotion Agencies Est. 1998
Association of Medical Schools in Africa Est. 1963
World Forum of Fish Harvesters and Fishworkers Est. 1997
East African Book Development Association Est. 1998
Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture
Community Based Impact Assessment Network for Eastern Africa
Federation of African University Sports Est. 1974
Sudan Consortium Est. 2004
Regional Centre for Quality of Health Care
East African Development Bank Est. 1967
Isis Women's International Cross Cultural Exchange Est. 1974
Eastern African Sub-Regional Support Initiative for the Advancement of Women Est. 1996
Future Events in KampalaTriennial World Conference – World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts
2020 IST-Africa Conference – IST-Africa
Past Events in Kampala
2020 Congress – African Water Association
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 Annual General Meeting – Association of Schools of Public Health
2019 Uganda International Oil and Gas Summit
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 Africa Internet Summit – AfriNIC
2019 African Regional Conference – World Organization of Family Doctors
2019 Conference – Association of Parliamentary Libraries of Eastern and Southern Africa
2018 Conference – International Society for Urban Health
2018 Faith and Gender International Conference – CBE International
2018 Global Authorized Economic Operator Conference – World Customs Organization
2018 Conference – African Fine Coffees Association
2017 Ministerial Meeting – Global Health Security Agenda
2017 Annual Conference – African Union for Housing Finance
2017 Annual Meeting for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action – Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action
2017 Meeting – Commonwealth Youth Ministers Meeting
2017 General Assembly – International Federation of Aeronautical Information Management Associations
2017 Consultative Forum – Microinsurance Network
2017 Global Aeronautical Information Management Conference – International Federation of Aeronautical Information Management Associations
2017 Conference – African Insurance Organization
2017 Conference – Pan African Federation of Accountants
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