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WORLD POPULATION DAY 2016
His Excellency President Yoweri Museveni planting a ceremonial tree at Isingiro District Headquarters' grounds, July 11, 2016.
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2015 MTN MARATHON
National Population Council Secretariat Staff who completed the 2015 MTN Marathon
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WORLD POPULATION DAY 2016
From left to right: Prof. Fred Wabwire Mangeni (The Chairperson of the National Population Council), Hon. David Bahati (State Minister for Planning), Hon. Matia Kasaija (Minister of Finance Planning and Economic Development) while attending the World Population Day national celebrations in Isingiro District.
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WORLD POPULATION DAY 2016
Members of Parliament from Isingiro District receive donations to health facilities in the district from Hon. David Bahati, the State Minister for planning. The items were donated by the National Population Council Secretariat.
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World Population Day 2016
Young people with disabilities from Isingiro District receive wheel chairs donated by the National Population Council Secretariat in partnership with Ministry of Gender, Department of the Elderly.
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World Population Day 2016
Some of the dignitaries who participated in the commemoration of World Population Day in Isingiro District
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World Population Day 2016
H.E President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni inspects the NPC Secretariat stall during the World Population Day commemoration in Isingiro District.
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Welcome to Population Secretariat
Population Counter

34,634,650

Our Vision

A hub of distinction for promoting and coordinating population policies and programmes in Uganda

Our Mission

To improve the quality of life of the people of Uganda by influencing government policies and programmes to address population trends and patterns

Our Achievements

Since the Population Secretariat was founded in 1988, it has worked with other stakeholders to achieve the following:

  • Enactment of the National Population Council Act  2014
  • Formulation of an explicit National Population Policy, which was promulgated by the Government in 1995. This was revised in 2008.
  • Coordination of effective implementation of the National Population Policy and programmes countrywide.
  • Increased understanding of inter-linkages between population and development issues thus putting them high on the agenda.
  • Supported the integration of population variables into development plans and programmes at national, sectoral, district and lower levels.
  • Establised an institutional framework for the implementation of the population policy and programme at district and lower levels.
  • Established strategic partnerships with Government Line Ministries and agencies, Parliament, Civil Society Organisations, International Organisations and development partners on population and development issues.
  • Mobilised resources for the implementation of the National Population Policy and Programme.
  • Developed a Strategic Plan, a Monitoring and Evaluation Framework and a National Population Action Plan for operationalization of the National Population Policy.