Please click on the link here https://docdro.id/HCMk9Q9 to find the updated list of licensed External Recruitment Companies as at 30th June, 2020. This is key to avoid being trafficked. We encourage you to always go through a licensed company.
Today, our Board held a meeting with the Ministry of Finance Planning and Economic Development (MOFPED) and the department of National economy under MOFPED together with Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) team that handles policy. The following have been the outcomes of the discussions:1) We explained the recruitment process and the industry at large. 2) Migrant […]
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Executives of UAERA and UFFRA All recruitment Companies Good morning to you all. I am pleased to officiate at opening of this Symposium this morning. At the time of holding the first symposium in October 2018, there were 86 licensed recruitment companies. Today, we have 187 registered companies. This exponential growth is a demonstration that […]
Labour Externalization program is a Government of Uganda strategic initiative intended to facilitate recruitment of Ugandan migrant workers to decent employment opportunities and promote the protection of their rights and welfare in destination countries. The programme is implemented under the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development (MoGLSD) and is responsible for licensing and regulating […]
In recent times, the labour externalization programme which allows migrant workers from Ugandans to work in the middle East, for comparatively far better wages, has attracted backlash from a section of the public. This may be a result of two different but interrelated factors; limited public knowledge of labour externalization and negative media coverage. First, […]
Hon. Nambooze in her Facebook write up states that; Dozens of girls who were trafficked to the Arab world as slaves were returned to meet their relatives aboard “Air Dubai” (Fly Dubai) that touched down on 5th July 2019. That the girls were in wheelchairs with broken limbs, bruised faces, sick and some were dead […]
Hon Janat Mukwaya, the Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Al Hamli Nasser Bin Thani, the United Arab Emirates’ Minister of Human Resources and Emiratization. According to Hon Mukwaya, the main purpose of signing the agreement is to formalize the migration of Ugandan workers to the […]
My name is Boniface Sunday and I come from Fort Portal town in Western Uganda. I went to school in Fort Portal and later joined the Uganda Christina University to study a Bachelor of Social Works and Social Administration. Later, I worked as a consultant in 2010 at Blue Financial Institution, in Masaka. I worked […]