|Founded||January 1, 2005|
|Samuel Gummah Nabaasa|
The Uganda Radio Network (URN) is an independent Ugandan subscription-based news agency headquartered in Kampala.
The headquarters of URN are located off Mawanda Road, in the Kamwookya neighborhood of Kampala, the capital and largest city of Uganda. The coordinates of the company headquarters are 0°20'37.0"N 32°35'00.0"E (Latitude:0.343609; Longitude:32.583346). [ citation needed ]URN maintains news bureaus in 14 major urban centers in Uganda, including Kampala, Arua, Fort Portal, Gulu, Hoima, Jinja, Kabale, Kitgum, Luweero, Masaka, Mbale, Mbarara, Moroto, and Soroti.
URN's news articles and programs are available on a monthly subscription basis in text, audio, and photo format on the URN website. URN supplies audio, visual, and written news reports and programs to participating radio stations, television stations, newspapers, and other print media in Uganda.[ citation needed ] In addition to capturing, processing, and disseminating news, URN trains journalists, especially those from disadvantaged communities so that they can become better intermediaries in their dual role of capturing and disseminating news.
Mulago is a hill in north-central Kampala, the capital city of Uganda. The hill rises 4,134 feet (1,260 m) above sea level. The name also applies to the neighborhoods that sit on this hill.
Makindye is a hill in Kampala, Uganda's largest city and capital. The name also refers to the neighborhood that sits on that hill. Makindye is also the seat of Makindye Division, one of the five administrative zones of the city of Kampala.
The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) is a semi-autonomous Ugandan government agency that aims to conserve, manage and regulate Uganda’s wildlife. "UWA is mandated to ensure sustainable management of wildlife resources and supervise wildlife activities in Uganda, both within and outside the protected areas". As of April 2020, UWA manages ten national parks, twelve wildlife reserves, and fourteen wildlife sanctuaries. UWA also provides guidance for five community wildlife areas. It is governed by a board of trustees appointed by the Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities, currently Tom Butime.
Diamond Trust Bank Uganda Limited (DTBUL), is a commercial bank in Uganda. It is licensed and supervised by the Bank of Uganda, the central bank and national banking regulator.
Makindye Division is one of the five administrative divisions of Kampala, the capital of Uganda, and the largest city in that country. The city's five divisions are: (a) Kampala Central Division (b) Kawempe Division (c) Lubaga Division (d) Makindye Division and (e) Nakawa Division.
Naguru, also Naggulu, is a hill in Kampala, the capital and largest city in Uganda. The name also applies to the commercial and residential neighborhoods that sit on that hill.
Wandegeya is a neighborhood within the city of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest metropolitan area. The name is derived from the weaver birds,, which used to inhabit the area prior to the 1990s.
Kiwaatule is a township within the city of Kampala, Uganda's capital.
Kamwookya, sometimes spelled as Kamwokya, is a location within the city of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest metropolitan area.
Opportunity Bank Uganda Limited (OBUL), is a commercial bank in Uganda. It received a commercial banking licence from the Bank of Uganda on 25 September 2019.
Kampala Tower, sometimes referred to as the East African Trade Centre, is a proposed building in Kampala, the capital of Uganda and the largest city in that country.
Katosi is a town in the Mukono District of the Central Region of Uganda. The town is an urban center under Mukono District Administration.
The Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) is a government agency mandated to develop and maintain the national roads network, advise the government on general roads policy, contribute to the addressing of national transport concerns, and perform certain other functions. UNRA is charged with, among other things, the selection of contractors, the supervision of construction, the scheduling of maintenance, and the prioritization of national road works.
The National Drug Authority (NDA) is a government-owned organisation in Uganda, mandated to regulate drugs in the country, including their manufacture, importation, distribution, and licensing.
Quality Supermarkets, is a Ugandan supermarket chain.
The Uganda National Council for Higher Education (UNCHE) is a semi-autonomous government regulatory agency, responsible for the regulation of higher education in Uganda, the third-largest economy in the East African Community. UNCHE is also responsible for provision of guidance in the establishment of institutions of higher education and the provision of assurance that quality and relevant education is delivered, by the licensed institutions.
The National Identification and Registration Authority (NIRA) is a government-owned organisation in Uganda, mandated to register births and deaths in the country and to develop a National Identification Register for both citizens and legally resident non-citizens. NIRA is also mandated to issue national identification numbers and cards for every citizen and lawfully admitted alien.
Africell Uganda, whose full legal name is Africell Uganda Limited (AUL), is an information and communication technology network company in Uganda. It is the third-largest telecommunications company in the country, by customer numbers.
The Uganda Deposit Protection Fund (UDPF) is a Ugandan government agency that provides deposit insurance to depositors in Ugandan banks and deposit-taking microfinance institutions. The UDPF was created in July 1994. The law was amended in 2004 to create an independent agency, separate from the Bank of Uganda.
The Uganda Electricity Distribution Company Limited (UEDCL) is a parastatal company whose primary purpose is to distribute electric power to domestic and commercial end-users in Uganda, at and below 33 kilovolts. This role was sub-leased to Umeme for a 20-year concession that ends in 2025.