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  • USAID's SMGL programs focus on the most vulnerable period for women and their newborns -- labor, delivery and the first 24 hours of postpartum.

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  • Uganda's flower farmers are increasing exports with support from USAID

  • USAID-trained midwives teach pregnant women how to prevent and treat malaria

  • Communities celebrate the end of the LRA conflict in northern Uganda

Ayugi Stella, advocate for women's land rights in Uganda
Ensuring Equal Rights to Land in Northern Uganda
Behind Every Number there is a Story
Behind Every Number there is a Story
Uganda Mercy Corps
Smallholder Farmers in Uganda Profit by Linking to Markets

About Uganda

USAID began its assistance to Uganda immediately after its independence in 1962, recognizing the country’s potential as a “bread basket” of Africa, with its rich natural resources, and significant rural population. Priorities have evolved over the past five decades, and we remain committed to improving Ugandans’ livelihoods. 

Today, our wide-ranging work supports U.S. policy objectives in peace and security, democracy and governance, health and education, economic growth, and humanitarian assistance.


Uganda Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) 2017-2021

Report to the Ugandan People: From the U.S. Mission to Uganda

Assistance Provided to Uganda

Evaluations for Uganda

Last updated: June 13, 2017

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Contact Information

Mission Contact

U.S. Mission Compound-South Wing, Plot 1577 Ggaba Road
PO Box 7856
+256 0414 306 001

USAID Contact

Samantha Schasberger
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
, DC