Uganda has crafted a National policy on integration, which officials say would be used to guide its cooperation with member states - Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania.

  • Officials from MEACA leadng other stakeholders as they celebrated the EAC Week - Dec 2014
  • MEACA supports and encourages all schools to setup EAC clubs
  • MEACA Supports all EAC School Clubs with EAC Resources
  • EAC School Clubs spread EAC Awareness through different Activities such as Debates
  • MEACA marked the 2014 EAC Awareness week with several activities
  • Graduands of free Kiswahili lessons receive Certificates from Hon Shem Bagaine
  • Chairperson of the Parliamentary Committee on EAC Affairs, Hon. Tonny Ayoo spreading EAC awareness to the masses
  • EAC Minister,Hon Shem Bagaine, hands over EAC resources & materials to leaders of districts
  • Some of the legislators at an EAC Out Reach Event
  • MEACA Staff taking part in an EAC Awareness Walk in Kampala
  • To report a Non a Non Tarrif barrier simply dial *201# on your cell phone

Minister’s Message

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On behalf of the Government and People of the Republic of Uganda and on my own behalf, I take this opportunity to welcome our esteemed guests to the Ministry of East African Community Affairs (MEACA) website.



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Uganda to host 5th annual East African Health Scientific conference

Under the theme; “Investing in Health through Strengthening Regional Health Systems & Institutions towards the Prevention & Control of Communicable & Non Communicable Diseases,” the conference  is the firth in the region and the second to be hosted by Uganda.
Uganda hosted the very first conference successfully in 2007; a year after the Council of Ministers approved and directed that Partner States host the conference on rotational basis.

The first, second, third and fourth conferences were hosted by Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania, Kenya and Rwanda respectively.
The conference will take place from 25th to 27th March 2015 at the Serena International conference centre in Kampala and will also have an international exhibition and trade fair.

The aim of the Conference is to facilitate dissemination of the most recent scientific findings, inform policy makers and programmers, and provide a platform for wide ranging multi-disciplinary discussions.

Among the sub themes of the conference is health systems strengthening, integrated approaches for disease prevention, control and management, social determinants of health and diseases and conditions of public health importance.

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The Department is headed by the Under Secretary and consists of