Azerbaijan-Uganda Partnership Sparks Pioneering Regional Center Launch

Delegation from Azerbaijan in Uganda to Launch First Regional Service Center. (Photo courtesy: The Black Examiner Source/Busiinge Aggrey)

HOIMA, UGANDA | THE BLACK EXAMINER–  A delegation from Azerbaijan has recently arrived in Uganda ahead of the scheduled launch of a groundbreaking regional service center in Hoima district on July 28. The center, named “Hoima One Stop Service Center Uganda,” will be situated at Hoima district headquarters in Kasingo, specifically within the Hoima Library building. The anticipated inauguration will be graced by the Prime Minister of Uganda, representing the government.

The State Minister for the Ministry of Public Service in Uganda, Honorable Grace Mary Mugasa, shared that the establishment of the One Stop Service Center in Hoima City will prove highly beneficial to residents of the Bunyoro region. By centralizing all government services at one location, the center is expected to save valuable time and resources for the community.

The management and coordination of the One Stop Service Center Uganda will fall under the Ministry of Public Service in Uganda, and it will encompass a wide range of services and government offices. These include but are not limited to Uganda Revenue Authority, Pensions desk, Tourism, Uganda Registration Services Bureau, Lands information desk, Uganda Deeds and Land Registry, National Identification and Registration Authority, and the Immigration office.

It’s noteworthy that the Hoima One Stop Service Center is part of a network of 19 similar centers established across the country. However, its primary focus will be on serving the districts within the Bunyoro region.

Hon. Grace Mary Mugasa encouraged the local communities in the area to utilize the center effectively for all their needs, emphasizing that they no longer need to travel to Kampala for various government services.

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In related news, the Ministry of Public Service in Uganda has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Republic of Azerbaijan. The collaboration aims to enhance public service delivery mechanisms and implement advanced practices in Uganda.


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