Mayuge outgoing CAO (standing left) hands over office to new CAO

Mayuge District outgoing CAO, Mr. Magumba Eria (standing left) handed over office to new CAO, Mr. Eswilu Donath on Friday 12th Jan 2024

Mayuge District outgoing Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Mr. Magumba Eria on Friday 12th January, 2024 handed over office to the new CAO, Mr. Eswilu Donath from Omoro District Local Government where he spent 6 months. The ceremony was held at the District Headquarters in the boardroom.

While handing over office, Mr. Magumba welcomed the new CAO and thanked the political and technical staff who welcomed him in Mayuge since 10th October 2022 when he reported.

stakeholder’s meeting on revenue mobilization

A stakeholder’s meeting on revenue mobilization as well dissemination of information on the digital collection and management of revenue tool(IRAS), has just taken place this afternoon 31st August 2023 in the District Council hall.
The Integrated Revenue Administration System (IRAS) is a web and mobile based Revenue Management System which was initiated by the local Government Finance Commission (LGFC) and funded by the GoU in partnership with the World Bank.

Community Summit for Mpungwe programme Area

A community Summit for Mpungwe program area was held today 3rd August 2023 at Mpungwe sub county headquarters to get an in-depth understanding of the overall context of Mpungwe sub county, especially on child wellbeing, existing vulnerabilities, socio-economic and environmental factors that helped to inform prioritization and selection of technical projects that will be implemented to address identified issues.

Norwegian Embassy conducts its first joint Donor field visit

Group photo with District Leadership at council hall

Following the project launch of EYE Universal SRHR project in Mayuge District in April ,targeting young people to ensure that those furthest behind have access to integrated SRHR information and services, the Norwegian Embassy conducted its first project joint donor field visit yesterday 5th July, 2023 to obtain insights on the extent of the project acceptance by the district and implementation status.

TOT training for community based facilitators

The ratio of Agricultural extension workers to farmers in Uganda is 1:5000. This implies that each of the existing extension workers has to reach out to 5,000 farmers engaged in different agricultural enterprises that require specialized expertise. Consequently, there is a nationwide outcry by farmers due to the none satisfactory presence of extension workers to attend to their farm related challenges and offer technical advice within the communities.