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the beautiful grounds in Jinja City
Bax Motel is a Motel with a difference only a stone’s throw away
from the Source of the River Nile and a few kilometers from Bujagali
falls or Itanda Falls, Come and enjoy a pleasant Quiet atmosphere with
warm friendly staffs at your services. We follow all Covid 19 all Standards Operation Procedures (SOP)

At Bax Motel Guests can enjoy Adventure rafting on the Source Nile River. City and
airport shuttle services are also available on request.
The Motel offers stable electricity, On-site parking, and luggage
storage is available, Security is up to dates
What’s also near?
The Bax Motel is in close proximity to the Lake Victoria and Bujagali falls
Here is Our detail Services offered:
-Accommodation:
-Standard Single and Standard Double, Executive Single and Executive Double
-Lunch Buffet and Dinner Buffet
-Conference Hall Hire between 150paxs to 300paxs
-Water / Soda
-Break Tea and Evening Tea
-Fully Stock Bar and Restaurants Run_ 24/7
-Public Address Systems

Projector hire and Free Wireless internet services for free
-Stationery Services at a cost
-Breakfast for Resident guest is free
-Non-Residential quest takes breakfast at 20,000 only
-Laundry services
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Marketing Manager

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P.o Box 13 Jinja City Uganda East Africa
Tel +256772306888
Email:[email protected]
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(Exchange Rate 1 Us$ = Ushs 3,650)

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(Room + breakfast + lunch + dinner)
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**Double / Twin Room Ush 170,000
**Triple Room . Ush 230,000

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I happened to watch the Honourable Minister Kiwanda Ssubi appoint Ambassador Moses Ssali aka Babe Cool a Tourism ambassador. Congratulations Moses Ssali upon that appointment.I wait to see how you deliver equitably.
Honourable Minister with due respect I beg to remind you that Tourism is not only boosted by animals, birds, culture and musicians or their songs. It is equally boosted, promoted and depicted in a lens far different from all else and that is the fine artists.
You seem not to know the power of fine artists I think because we work under ground to avoid disturbance so that we execute unique work and two we are not bubblers we talk less but let our work talk for us, however you've marginalized us. If you underestimate us look at Hon. Kyagukani's head quarters in Kamwokya. And those are only portraits. Fine artists are better than that. I refer you to my page. Good day.
CELESTINE KATONGOLE: A Rare Tourism Opportunity From COVID-19
June 25, 20200569

Dr. Celestine Katongole
By :
Dr. Celestine Katongole, PhD
Theoretically, shocks should be part of systems evolution as they help w**d out the weak and give way to the emergency of the strong. Covid-19 is one such shock that will certainly “cleanse” tourism and allow for stay and emergency of stronger, resilient and better players and destinations.

Creativity is one tenet that’s essential for not only survival of the covid shock but of bouncing back better. Bouncing back better means being smarter, wiser, and transformed for the better. Such is the very foundation of competition as it allows actors to seize opportunities presented by the environment.

Uganda is presented with a rare opportunity to bounce back better and stronger. Lately, I have been thinking. We could actually lead the transformation of tourism marketing around the world. We can be the first in Africa (if not the world) to create a virtual tourism fair. The government has been spending billions of shillings to show Uganda to the rest of the world. A tour company would also spend an average minimum of $5000 per trade fair and many would attend at least three fairs per year. In ten years, this would be about $150,000 in trade fairs alone.

Now we have the opportunity to create a virtual tourism trade fair. With technology it is possible to create a virtual environment in which the private sector and the government agencies can exhibit what they do. Each would acquire a virtual stall where they show off their services.

As for a tour company, one would have the opportunity to share real experiences of each activity in the package they offer. A visitor would be able to see what to expect in rafting, gorilla tracking or a game drive. A visitor can be made to have a virtual reality feel of the accommodation facilities, eating houses and your vehicles to use in each package provided.

Accommodation facilities would also have the opportunity to show prospective visitors what they offer through virtual reality tours of their facilities. The fair should also have virtual meeting rooms where, if a visitor is interested, you can meet and hold talks with you directly. Opportunities should be available for such Virtual meetings as well as telephone calls. This can make it possible for both visitors and the hosts to see each other as they try to do business. In fact, deals could also be concluded through the system but there should be options to engage later. Such a system would not allow people with plagiarized content to share it as their own. Ideally, people with original content would benefit a lot.

If every service provider in the visitor journey is available, including immigration, and embassies, it would be easy for people to make decisions. In such an arrangement, some products such as gorilla permits, chimpanzee permits, rafting, etc could be exclusively sold by only companies registered in Uganda. Others would be required to either register or have partnerships. Also, visitor could be allowed to make their own choices of activities into a package and then have discussions. Generally, people with product knowledge would have a higher advantage. Once others realize this, investment is knowledge would be made with ease!

The fair can have several languages, implying that with a proper calendar, we can promote it in several markets through digital channels. We can even run it thrice year, once in each market or generally, targeting those months in which people make travel decisions. The best thing is that admission to the the fair would be done by the host (UTB), implying that the exhibitors should meet certain minimum regulatory requirements. This would give confidence to the visitors and potential partners that they are dealing with a legitimate service provider.

Sustainability would be fairly easy. In the beginning, government would have to invest in the creation of the platform. Government should also take responsibility of training the private sector and other agencies on how to create content, exhibit and do business in such a virtual environment. The cost of filming and photography should be heavily subsidized, but those who specialize in such services will have the opportunity to make money.

In the end, to exhibit, a company would pay some money. If the system is user friendly, and is well promoted, it could give enormous returns on investment. To maximize efficiency, it could be run as public private partnership business.

In my view, an initial investment of about $5million would be enough to create what I’m talking about. This could be less than what we currently spend on exhibitions per year, moreover with a narrow market reach and undefined results.

If government collected about $300million from tourism, surely, it can invest $5million. This virtual fair would give every Ugandan company an opportunity to showcase their services and thus earn Uganda much more revenue in the end! Problem is, it might contradict the whole culture of per diem that people are used to. For that matter, it may not even be given a thought!

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The writer is a Senior Lecturer at Makerere University Business School
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Kidepo, bwindi, .....
Come to Uganda and get what to tell your grand kids...
I love you Uganda...
Tourism is not affordable Especially when it comes to accomadation and other charges for the locals like it's meant for foreigners only , I have always wanted to transverse Uganda but the charges are not pocket friendly to Locals, the foreigners might be comfortable with it so this is the time round you have review your charges and attract local tourists for now as we wait for Covid 19 progressive solutions. I will support you.

This is the Ministry responsible for Wildlife Conservation, Tourism Development and Museums and Monuments The Ministry oversees the three sectors: Wildlife Conservation, Tourism Development and Museums and Monuments

Operating as usual

26/05/2021

#M7NewPortrait

#M7NewPortrait

19/05/2021

Uganda shines again

Uganda shines again

Photos from Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities-Uganda's post 18/05/2021

The International Museums Day Celebrations at the Uganda Museum under the theme: *The future of Museums; Recover and Reimagine*
The Purpose of celebrating Museums day is to create Public awareness of the existence of not just the National Museum, but also other Museums that harbour history collectables; and their relevance in societies in terms of cultural Heritage protection, conservation and preservation.

17/05/2021

Its happening 2moro.. at the National Museum.. the day will kick start with the grand finale of the national quiz competition for primary and secondary schools from all the five regions of Uganda battling it out to get the winner... Also we shall have a different performative display of the museum.. Come witness our heritage given life again... You don't want to miss this great chance of connecting with your past and heritage...

Its happening 2moro.. at the National Museum.. the day will kick start with the grand finale of the national quiz competition for primary and secondary schools from all the five regions of Uganda battling it out to get the winner... Also we shall have a different performative display of the museum.. Come witness our heritage given life again... You don't want to miss this great chance of connecting with your past and heritage...

17/05/2021

The Vintage cars were flagged off by the Commissioner General URA, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Tourism Wildlife and Antiquities, and the ICOM Chairperson/ Ass. Commissioner Museums and Monuments.

Photos from Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities-Uganda's post 17/05/2021

As part of the activities leading to the celebrations of the International Museums Day on 18th May 2021, today the Dept of Museums and Monuments successfully organised an eye catching Museum locator Vintage drive which set off from the URA Museum, to the UBC Archives and Broadcasting Museum, along Jinja and Kampala road to the National Museum. The Vintage cars are also part of our Heritage conservation.

POATE – Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo 2021 – This year's theme is Restarting Tourism for Regional Economic Development 24/04/2021

POATE – Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo 2021 – This year's theme is Restarting Tourism for Regional Economic Development

Join thousands of tourism players at the 2021 Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo on https://poate.co.ug/. Sign up now. #POATE2021 #VisitUganda

POATE – Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo 2021 – This year's theme is Restarting Tourism for Regional Economic Development The annual Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo brings together all tourism stakeholders and other service providers, presenting a unique opportunity for the tourism business operators to meet new clients, network, and discuss business deals with the global tourism and travel trade partners.

Photos from Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities-Uganda's post 29/03/2021

We are live on UBC TV And NBS Television
#SpotlightUG

Photos from Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities-Uganda's post 29/03/2021

The Tourism to date Talkshow is on tonight, NBS and UBC, live from 10pm to 12am. Featuring the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Tourism Wildlife and Antiquities, CEO Uganda Tourism Board-UTB Executive Director, Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre , Executive Director Uganda Wildlife Authority President Uganda Tourism Association - UTA Hosted by UBC TV and NBS Television
#SpotlightUG

25/03/2021

Do not be manipulated and cheated. This activity is Fake. Abafere Alert 🚨🚨🚨🚨

Do not be manipulated and cheated. This activity is Fake. Abafere Alert 🚨🚨🚨🚨

22/03/2021

Three days ago we lost six lions in Queen Elizabeth National Park - Ishasha sector. The carcasses were found with most of their body parts missing. Eight vultures were also found dead on scene which points to possible poisoning by unknown people.
while investigations are still ongoing to unmask the suspects, you can be of help to bringing these enemies of wildlife to books of laws.

Three days ago we lost six lions in Queen Elizabeth National Park - Ishasha sector. The carcasses were found with most of their body parts missing. Eight vultures were also found dead on scene which points to possible poisoning by unknown people.
while investigations are still ongoing to unmask the suspects, you can be of help to bringing these enemies of wildlife to books of laws.

Photos from Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities-Uganda's post 19/03/2021

The Uganda Hotel and Training Institute in Jinja has received it's 2nd Board of Directors inaugurated today at the institute by the Hon. Minister for Tourism Wildlife and Antiquities, Col. Tom Butime. The social distanced and Covid-19 compliant colorful function was presided over by the Permanent Secretary, wqwqqqq0Ministry of Tourism Wildlife and Antiquities, Mdm Doreen Katusime, Hon. Kasule Ssebunya, the Chairperson of the parliamentary sessional committee on Tourism Trade and Industry, Jinja District Local governance, all Ministry of Tourism Wildlife and Antiquities Heads of Agencies, the Tourism Private Sector and other dignitaries. Congratulations to both the out gone and new boards.

16/03/2021

From #takeonthepearlwithlove
Kidepo Valley National Park Uganda
#womensmonth2021
Mama Warthog and her babies (Piglets) securing their survival. Credit to #All_mums✨✨✨✨✨✨

From #takeonthepearlwithlove
Kidepo Valley National Park Uganda
#womensmonth2021
Mama Warthog and her babies (Piglets) securing their survival. Credit to #All_mums✨✨✨✨✨✨

08/03/2021

To all Women out there who do what you do to be what you are.

To all Women out there who do what you do to be what you are.

Photos from Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities-Uganda's post 03/03/2021

Congratulations Amos Wekesa
Thank you for applying the best practices in sustainable eco-tourism management and demonstrating exceptional commitment to protection of wildlife and natural environment.

#WorldWildlifeDay2021
#WWD2021
#celebrating_world_wildlife_day_2021
#forests_and_livelihoods

03/03/2021

#Celebrating_World_Wildlife_Day_2021.

Ass.Prof. Robert Bitariho: Despite the importance of forests for livelihoods, the forests continue to be sacrificed to unsustainable levels.
The use of Uganda's forests is by and large unsustainable and leading to crisis levels.
High human populations have increased pressure on the forests for resources and agricultural land.

#WWD2021 #WorldWildlifeDay #3rd_march

#Celebrating_World_Wildlife_Day_2021.

Ass.Prof. Robert Bitariho: Despite the importance of forests for livelihoods, the forests continue to be sacrificed to unsustainable levels.
The use of Uganda's forests is by and large unsustainable and leading to crisis levels.
High human populations have increased pressure on the forests for resources and agricultural land.

#WWD2021 #WorldWildlifeDay #3rd_march

03/03/2021

Ambassador Matthias Schauer: We recognize the great work done by different individuals to safeguard Uganda's natural resources. The value for protecting forest cover is high.

#WWD2021 #WorldWildlifeDay #3rd_march

Ambassador Matthias Schauer: We recognize the great work done by different individuals to safeguard Uganda's natural resources. The value for protecting forest cover is high.

#WWD2021 #WorldWildlifeDay #3rd_march

03/03/2021

CELEBRATING WORLD LIFE DAY | www.nbs.ug/live | #NBSUpdates

Join the Live broadcast as we celebrate the United World Wildlife Day, virtually.
#WorldWildlifeDay2021
#3rd_march

Photos from Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities-Uganda's post 03/03/2021

Today, Uganda joins the rest of the world to celebrate the United Nations World Wildlife Day under the global theme “Forests and Livelihoods: Sustaining livelihoods and planet” and National Theme “Sustaining Livelihoods through Conservation”.

#WorldWildlifeDay2021

23/02/2021

Join the Wildlife Conservation fraternity to Scientifically celebrate the International World Wildlife Day - 3rd March 2021 under the theme #FORESTS_AND_LIVELIHOODS: #SUSTAINING_PEOPLE_AND_PLANET"

Join the live broadcast on NTV, NBS and MTWA facebook live from 9am to 12pm.
#WWD_2021
#forestsandlivelihoods

Uganda Tourism Board-UTB Uganda Wildlife Research and Training Institute Nat Geo Wild Uwec-Entebbe Zoo Uganda Wildlife Authority African Wildlife Foundation Uganda Wildlife Society Ellen DeGeneres

Join the Wildlife Conservation fraternity to Scientifically celebrate the International World Wildlife Day - 3rd March 2021 under the theme #FORESTS_AND_LIVELIHOODS: #SUSTAINING_PEOPLE_AND_PLANET"

Join the live broadcast on NTV, NBS and MTWA facebook live from 9am to 12pm.
#WWD_2021
#forestsandlivelihoods

Uganda Tourism Board-UTB Uganda Wildlife Research and Training Institute Nat Geo Wild Uwec-Entebbe Zoo Uganda Wildlife Authority African Wildlife Foundation Uganda Wildlife Society Ellen DeGeneres

12/12/2020

Yoweri Kaguta Museveni

Today morning, Rhino Fund Uganda received a new rhino calf. Its mother is called Uhuru.

This birth took place at Uganda's Rhino Sanctuary in Nakasongola District. It brings the rhino population at the sanctuary to 34.

Resulting from the increased tourism marketing efforts, infrastructure developments as well as conservation of Uganda’s heritage, visits to our national parks have increased from 196,768 in 2014 to 332,197 tourists in 2018. Resultantly, revenue generation has increased from Shs42b in 2014 to Shs124b in 2018.

Additionally, the tourism foreign exchange earnings have expanded from US$834m in 2012 to US$1.6b in 2018/19, making
tourism the highest foreign exchange earner.

In this elapsing term (2016-2021), NRM government focused on recovery of wildlife populations and development. This was done through controlling poaching and illegal wildlife trade, management of invasive species, conservation education and awareness as well as human wildlife conflicts mitigation.

#SecuringYourFuture

25/11/2020

We are delighted to welcome the largest member of the cat family, the tiger, back to Uganda. The tiger is an exception icon of wildness, beauty, and strength.
From the 1960s to 1980s when UWEC was popularly known as the Entebbe Zoo, exotic species such as tigers and brown bears were part of the collection of wild animals kept in captivity for exhibition.
Seeing, hearing, and smelling a tiger up close for the first time can be an unforgettable experience which, for Ugandans, is only possible at this wildlife centre. The pair’s debut on Thursday, December 3, 2020 is deemed to be a dawn of hope which fulfills our conventional roles of education, conservation, research and recreation during the COVID-19 pandemic.

#tigersinug

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16/10/2020

The Minister Hon. Col. (RTD) Tom Butime (Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities-Uganda) has today opened a new high end lodge in Lake Mburo National Park named Kigambira Safari Lodge, owned by Brig. Charles Bakahamura.

A number of dignitaries and stakeholders attended the function including Ambassadors, Business leaders, local government officials, Uganda Wildlife Authority, Uganda Tourism Board-UTB, Uganda Hotel Owners' Association, Association of Uganda Tour Operators, members of UPDF, local communities among many.

The function also attracted Business man Bitature, Mike Mukula, Amos Wekesa, Susan Muhwezi, Jean Byamugisha, Chairman board- UWA, ED-UWA, CEO UTB, Dr Andrew Seguya, Auto- Chairperson, France ambassador, Belgium ambassador, and other stakeholders.

#VisitUganda #OurParksAreOpen #RestartTourism

📸: Derrick Ssenyonyi

09/10/2020

Visit Uganda, Celebrate Uganda. Happy 58th Independence celebrations.

07/10/2020

NEW WORLD RECORD!
Joshua cheptegei breaks Ethiopian Kenisa Bekele’s world record at the 10,000m race winning at 26.11.02 minutes
Today's 10,000m World Record is Joshua's 3rd World Record breaking this COVID19 year 2020 (After WR 5km Road Race Feb-Monaco, WR 5,000m Track 14 Aug 2020 - Monaco).
"Sports Made in Uganda, World Records made in Teryet, Kapchorwa".
Congratulations Joshua Cheptegei💪💪💪

07/10/2020

LAUNCH OF THE WILDLIFE STREET

Earlier today, the Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities, Hon. Tom Butime
launched and named officially, the Kira road-Mulago roundabout street, a Wildlife
street. The event follows the beautification exercise that has been done on the said
street, with 10 placed monuments of some of the wildlife Uganda prides in. The
MoU bringing this to accomplishment was signed between KCCA and UWA in
Oct 2016 to jointly work to beautify and promote Kampala City.
Speaking at the Launch, the Hon. Minister retorted on the COVID-19 pandemic
that has greatly affected international travel. He indicated that it will take a while
to get back to where the sector was at the beginning of this year. The Hon. Minister
however, noted that with initiatives like this, Ugandans will pick interest and be
inspired to visit these animals in the wild.
“The Launch of the wildlife street comes timely at a time the sector is on its baby
steps of recovery; the Minister says; ‘recently UTB launched a campaign: Take on
The Pearl, UWEC has opened its gates for visitors, UWA reopened its savannah
parks and primate tourism, yet Ngamba Island chimpanzee sanctuary is also now
open. All these concerted efforts crowned with the opening of the International
Airport on 1st October 2020 should see Tourism achieving an early come back. The Launch was also witnessed by the PS, MTWA, Madam Doreen Katusiime, UWA BoT Chair, Dr. Panta Kasoma, ED UWA, Mr. Sam Mwanda, ED KCCA Ms. Dorothy Kisaka, CEO UTB, Lilly Ajarova, ED, UTA and other technical dignitaries from relevant agencies🙏🙏

28/09/2020

Uganda Wildlife Authority

The #UgandaWildNLIVE crew is in Bunyonyi visiting this beautiful island-dotted lake but also interacting with the communities; as the world continues to commemorate the world tourism month under the theme: “Tourism and Rural Development”. #VisitUganda

The #UgandaWildNLIVE crew is in Bunyonyi visiting this beautiful island-dotted lake but also interacting with the communities; as the world continues to commemorate the world tourism month under the theme: “Tourism and Rural Development”. #VisitUganda

27/09/2020

NBS Television

Follow World Tourism Day 2020 celebrations in Fort Portal. #WTD2020UG #WTD2020

Celebrated on 27 September with the theme of “Tourism and Rural Development”, this year’s international day of observation comes at a critical moment, as countries around the world look to tourism to drive recovery, including in rural communities where the sector is a leading employer and economic pillar. In Uganda, this year's celebration will be held in Fort Portal Tourism City and will be preceded by various activities starting September 20 - 27. Follow this event for updates.

26/09/2020

Baby Gorilla Named after Tourism Minister Butime As Uganda Relaunches Primate Tourism.

Find story @ 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇 https://www.africatembelea.com/baby-gorilla-named-butime-as-uganda-relaunches-primate-tourism/

25/09/2020

Minister for Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities, Hon. Tom Butime has officially relaunched Primate tourism in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park today. We are ready to welcome visitors and Uganda Wildlife Authority teams will be ready to serve all the guests who will be cleared following the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

Our safety and the safety of our animals shall be highly prioritized in every visit. #ugandawildlifeauthority
#WTD2020

#worldgorilladay #RestartTourism #visituganda #uwa

📸: Ssenyonyi Derrick

23/09/2020

Uganda Tourism Board-UTB

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=321612362625868&id=2207543536225773

Dialogue on Domestic Tourism Day Two #DomesticTourismEcon #WTD2020 #TakeOnThePearl. To join via zoom, register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_clRi0pzpTvOiNkcFWxP_BA

23/09/2020

Uganda Tourism Board-UTB

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=321612362625868&id=2207543536225773

Dialogue on Domestic Tourism Day Two #DomesticTourismEcon #WTD2020 #TakeOnThePearl. To join via zoom, register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_clRi0pzpTvOiNkcFWxP_BA

23/09/2020

Uganda Tourism Board-UTB

https://www.facebook.com/UgTourismBoard/videos/321612362625868/

Dialogue on Domestic Tourism Day Two #DomesticTourismEcon #WTD2020 #TakeOnThePearl. To join via zoom, register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_clRi0pzpTvOiNkcFWxP_BA

22/09/2020

Resident Representative UNDP, Ms. Elsie G. Attafuah - Domestic Tourism Strategy does not only focus on issues of addressing geographic
spread and reducing seasonality, but it provides opportunities for broadening
economic participation, community beneficiation and creating a better society
where all are able to enjoy what the country offers in terms of tourism.
As we focus on leveraging the potential of domestic tourism to build forward
better, we in UNDP will partner with Government to manage and mitigate the
socio-economic impacts on livelihoods, particularly on youth and women’s
employment and economic security. Our support will in the short run focus on
partnering with the Government to develop tourism profiles, and support digital
innovations to create solutions that will generate new products and services (for
example digitalizing booking systems, promoting the development of micro-
websites where individual Micro, Small and Medium scale enterprises can have
their pages, and digitalize their booking systems). Furthermore, we will support
Government with strategic branding and communication and the updating of the
domestic tourism strategy.
#DomesticTourismEcon
#WTD2020

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Po Box 158
Kampala

I slept and I dreamt that life is all joy. I woke and I saw that life is all service. I served and I saw that service is joy

Calvary Chapel Kampala Calvary Chapel Kampala
12 William Street
Kampala, 7312 KAMPALA,

A Bible teaching church with a mission to Love and Disciple.

Grace Project International Preschool Grace Project International Preschool
Plot 2A Commercial Road Ntinda
Kampala, P.O.BOX 11268 KAMPALA

We are a well established International Preschool in Ntinda, Kampala. Our vision is to provide and create a safe learning environment for children.