Enhancing monitoring of service delivery in a digitally connected world.
Who we are
The Government Citizen Interaction Centre (GCIC) operates under the Ministry of ICT and National Guidance as a key contact centre between Government and citizens to enhance the monitoring of service delivery. We provide a channel for feedback and suggestions from citizens in a bid to promote open governance.
What we do
Through GCIC, citizens interact with Government through multiple channels including a toll free line, email, social media platforms, websites, online chat and SMS. The data generated through these interactions is analyzed to inform policy decisions, guide in the formulation of policy interventions.
Calendar of Activities
The conference will be hosted by the CPA President Designate (2018-2019), Rt Hon. Rebecca Kadaga, Speaker of the Parliament of Uganda. The main conference theme is: ‘Adaption,
The main conference theme is: ‘Adaption, engagement, and evolution of parliaments in a rapidly changing Commonwealth’. Click here to visit the conference Website
22 (Sunday) 8:00 am - 29 (Sunday) 11:00 pm
Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort Hotel
1049 Wavamunno Rd, Kampala
This shall be held on 26th September at Mestil Hotel. Click Here for Further Details
The Government of Uganda and the Union for African Population Studies are proud to organize the 8th African Population Conference (APC), to be held on November 18-22, 2019 in Kampala,
The Government of Uganda and the Union for African Population Studies are proud to organize the 8th African Population Conference (APC), to be held on November 18-22, 2019 in Kampala, Uganda. Under the theme “Harnessing Africa’s Population Dynamics for Sustainable Development: 25 Years After Cairo And Beyond”, the conference will bring together researchers, policy makers, programme implementers, civil society, donors and sectoral influencers to discuss issues relevant to African population, including (but not limited to) national, regional and continental investments to address rapid urbanization, population growth, sexual and reproductive health, technology, youth, the demographic dividend and capacity building. A goal of the conference is to assess how Africa, 25 years after the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in Cairo, can harness its unique population dynamics for sustainable development, using rigorous evidence to establish roadmaps to respond to these critical development challenges.