Housing constructionin Uganda is steadily growing at the rate of about 15% annually and contributes 13% of the Growth Domestic Product. This growth is led by both individuals aspiring to build a home of their own as well as investors. As such, The sector is experiencing a boom in Residential and Commercial sectors including Hotels, Shopping Malls, Recreational Centres as well as Educational facilities. However, current provision outstrips demand for both Residential and Commercial Units. There is therefore a need for innovative products and investment to meet the ever increasing demand.
Uganda aspires to improve the number of manufactured goods it exports as it recognizes that value-addition at source generates more income than exporting raw materials. In addition, Uganda also aspires to increase the number of registered Trade Marks. However, the country is constrained by skills shortages that are not and cannot currently be met by the education system.
This growth possesses vast investment opportunities. Hon. Daudi Migereko, Minister of Lands, Housing & Urban Development will address the convention and outline the overview of the market and identify niches that Diasporans can exploit. On the panel are two specialists in land issues, Dr. Sarah Nkonge Muwonge, a Senior Private Secretary in the Directorate of Land Matters and Amb. Agnes Kalibbala who is a Director for Housing at Ministry of Lands, Housing. They will both try to enlighten Diasporans on policies, rights and opportunities in the sector.
Sebaggala M. Kigozi the Executive Director of Uganda Manufacturing Association will add value to these deliberations as he has vast experience in this sector. He will serialise the many opportunities in the manufacturing sector for Diaspora to take advantage of.
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